Data from: Ontogenetic shape trajectory of Trichomycterus areolatus varies in response to water velocity environment

Peter Searle, Margaret Mercer, Evelyn Habit & Mark Belk
Body and head shape among fishes both vary between environments influenced by water velocity and across ontogeny. Although the shape changes associated with variation in average water velocity and ontogeny are well documented, few studies have tested for the interaction between these two variables (i.e., does ontogenetic shape variation differ between velocity environments). We use geometric morphometrics to characterize shape differences in Trichomycterus areolatus, a freshwater catfish found in high and low-velocity environments in Chile....
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