Data from: Periodic environmental disturbance drives repeated ecomorphological diversification in an adaptive radiation of Antarctic fishes

Elyse Parker, Katerina L. Zapfe, Jagriti Yadav, Bruno Frédérich, Christopher D. Jones, Evan P. Economo, Sarah Federman, Thomas J. Near & Alex Dornburg
The ecological theory of adaptive radiation has profoundly shaped our conceptualization of the rules that govern diversification. However, while many radiations follow classic early burst patterns of diversification as they fill ecological space, the longer-term fates of these radiations depend on many factors, such as climatic stability. In systems with periodic disturbances, species-rich clades can contain nested adaptive radiations of subclades with their own distinct diversification histories, and how adaptive radiation theory applies in these...
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