Dataset from: Predation as an explanation for a latitudinal gradient in arm number among featherstars

James Saulsbury & Tomasz Baumiller
Aim: The role of biotic interactions in generating broad patterns in organismal phenotypes is a central question in macroecology. We investigate global patterns in feeding morphology among featherstars, a globally widespread group of suspension-feeding echinoderms whose evolutionary history has been demonstrably shaped by predators. Location: World's oceans. Major taxon studied: Crinoidea. Methods: We tested for global patterns in the featherstar suspension feeding apparatus, a filter made up of five to 200 arms which is the...
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