Data from: Phylogenetic signal in extinction selectivity in Devonian terebratulide brachiopods

Paul G. Harnik, Paul C. Fitzgerald, Jonathan L. Payne & Sandra J. Carlson
Determining which biological traits affect taxonomic durations is critical for explaining macroevolutionary patterns. Two approaches are commonly used to investigate the associations between traits and durations and/or extinction and origination rates: analyses of taxonomic occurrence patterns in the fossil record and comparative phylogenetic analyses, predominantly of extant taxa. By capitalizing upon the empirical record of past extinctions, paleontological data avoid some of the limitations of existing methods for inferring extinction and origination rates from molecular...
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