Data from: Accurate estimates of age at maturity from the growth trajectories of fishes and other ectotherms

Andrew E. Honsey, David F. Staples & Paul A. Venturelli
Age-at-maturity (AAM) is a key life history trait that provides insight into ecology, evolution, and population dynamics. However, maturity data can be costly to collect or may not be available. Life history theory suggests that growth is biphasic for many organisms, with a change-point in growth occurring at maturity. If so, then it should be possible to use a biphasic growth model to estimate AAM from growth data. To test this prediction, we used the...
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