Data from: The evolution of skull and body shape in Triturus newts reconstructed from 3D morphometric data and phylogeny

Ana Ivanović & Jan W. Arntzen
To explore the relationship between morphological change and species diversification, we reconstructed the evolutionary changes in skull size, skull shape, and body elongation in a monophyletic group of eight species that make up salamander genus Triturus. Their well-studied phylogenetic relationships and the marked difference in ecological preferences among five species groups makes this genus an excellent model system for the study of morphological evolution. The study involved three-dimensional imagery of the skull and the number...
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