Data from: Apparent signal of competition limits diversification after ecological transitions from marine to freshwater habitats

Ricardo Betancur-R., Guillermo Orti, Alexandre P. Marceniuk, Ariel M. Stein & R. Alexander Pyron
Adaptive radiations are typically triggered when a lineage encounters a significant range of open niche space (ecological opportunity), stemming from i) colonization of new areas, ii) extinction of competitors, or iii) key innovations. The most well-known of these is the colonization of new areas, either through geographic dispersal or the invasion of a novel ecological habitats. One aspect of ecological opportunity that has rarely been studied, however, is whether the existence of potential competitors may...
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