Data from: Functional integration for enrolment constrains evolutionary variation of phacopid trilobites despite developmental modularity

Morgane Oudot, Pascal Neige, Rémi Laffont, Nicolas Navarro, Ahmed Yacine Khaldi & Catherine Crônier
Modularity and integration are variational properties expressed at various levels of the biological hierarchy. Mismatches among these levels, for example developmental modules that are integrated in a functional unit, could be informative of how evolutionary processes and trade‐offs have shaped organismal morphologies as well as clade diversification. In the present study, we explored the full, integrated and modular spaces of two developmental modules in phacopid trilobites, the cephalon and the pygidium, and highlight some differences...
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