Data from: Elevated rates of morphological and functional diversification in reef-dwelling haemulid fishes.

Samantha Ann Price, Jose J. Tavera, Thomas J. Near & Peter C. Wainwright
The relationship between habitat complexity and species richness is well established but comparatively little is known about the evolution of morphological diversity in complex habitats. Reefs are structurally complex, highly productive shallow-water marine ecosystems found in tropical (coral reefs) and temperate zones (rocky reefs) which harbor exceptional levels of biodiversity. We investigated whether reef habitats promote the evolution of morphological diversity in the feeding and locomotion systems of grunts (Haemulidae), a group of predominantly nocturnal...
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