Data from: Ecomorphological variation in male and female wall lizards and the macroecolution of sexual dimorphism in relation to habitat use

Antigoni Kaliontzopoulou, Miguel A. Carretero & Dean C. Adams
Understanding how phenotypic diversity evolves is a major interest of evolutionary biology. Habitat use is an important factor in the evolution of phenotypic diversity of many animal species. Interestingly, male and female phenotypes have been frequently shown to respond differently to environmental variation. At the macroevolutionary level, this difference between the sexes is frequently analyzed by using phylogenetic comparative tools to assess variation in sexual dimorphism (SD) across taxa in relation to habitat. A shortcoming...
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