Data from: Why do frog and toad forelimbs suddenly (but asynchronously) appear every time metamorphosis is near?

Luigi Zechini, Alison Lilley, J. Roger Downie & Patrick T. Walsh
1. The internal development and the emergence of the forelimbs at metamorphosis is a defining feature of anuran amphibians (frogs and toads). However, although forelimb emergence is considered sudden, it is rarely synchronous. Any asynchrony may or may not exacerbate the increased drag that is predicted to occur with the emergence of the forelimbs at metamorphic climax. 2. Despite the impact forelimb emergence is hypothesized to have on individual survival and life-history evolution, the degree...
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