Data from: When should we expect early bursts of trait evolution in comparative data? Predictions from an evolutionary food web model

Travis Ingram, Luke J. Harmon & Jonathan B. Shurin
Conceptual models of adaptive radiation predict that competitive interactions among species will result in an early burst of speciation and trait evolution followed by a slowdown in diversification rates. Empirical studies often show early accumulation of lineages in phylogenetic trees, but usually fail to detect early bursts of phenotypic evolution. We use an evolutionary simulation model to assemble food webs through adaptive radiation, and examine patterns in the resulting phylogenetic trees and species' traits (body...
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