Sizes and environmental variables to peccaries

Carla D. Hendges, Bruce D. Patterson & Nilton C. Cáceres
Aim: Bergmann's rule is an ecogeographical rule that describes a negative relationship between body size and temperature. Here, we used a multivariate measure of skull size (centroid size) as a proxy for body size to test the influence of temperature, precipitation, elevation, human influence and competition on size in Dicotyles tajacu and Tayassu pecari. Location: American tropics and sub-tropics. Taxon: Tayassuidae. Methods: Using geometric morphometric methods, we measured 426 adult skulls of both peccary species...
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