Data from: Post-Cretaceous bursts of evolution along the benthic-pelagic axis in marine fishes

Emanuell Duarte Ribeiro, Aaron M. Davis, Rafael A. Rivero-Vega, Guillermo Ortí, Ricardo Betancur-R & Emanuell Ribeiro
Ecological opportunity arising in the aftermath of mass extinction events is thought to be a powerful driver of evolutionary radiations. Here, we assessed how the wake of the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) mass extinction shaped diversification dynamics in a clade of mostly marine fishes (Carangaria), which comprises a disparate array of benthic and pelagic dwellers including some of the most astonishing fish forms (e.g., flatfishes, billfishes, remoras, archerfishes). Analyses of lineage diversification show time-heterogeneous rates of lineage...
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