Data from: More than one way to be a giant: convergence and disparity in the hip joints of saurischian dinosaurs

Henry P. Tsai, Kevin M. Middleton, John Hutchinson & Casey M. Holliday
Saurischian dinosaurs evolved seven orders of magnitude in body mass, as well as a wide diversity of hip joint morphology and locomotor postures. The very largest saurischians possess incongruent bony hip joints, suggesting that large volumes of soft tissues mediated hip articulation. To understand the evolutionary trends and functional relationships between body size and hip anatomy of saurischians, we tested the relationships among discrete and continuous morphological characters using phylogenetically corrected regression. Giant theropods and...
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