Data from: Evolutionary covariation in geometric morphometric data: analyzing integration, modularity, and allometry in a phylogenetic context

Christian Peter Klingenberg & Jesús Marugán-Lobón
Quantifying integration and modularity of evolutionary changes in morphometric traits is crucial for understanding how organismal shapes evolve. For this purpose, comparative studies are necessary, which need to take into account the phylogenetic structure of interspecific data. This study applies several of the standard tools of geometric morphometrics, which mostly have been used in intraspecific studies, in the new context of analyzing integration and modularity based on comparative data. Morphometric methods such as principal component...
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