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Bemisia tabaci cryptic species: supplementary materials

Norman MacLeod, Roy Canty & Andrew Polaszek
This archive contains supplementary materials relating to the investigation of morphological differences in Bemisia tabcai puparia as rescribed in MacLeod, N., Canty, R.J., and Polazek, A., 2022, Morphology-based identification of Bemisia tabaci cryptic species puparia via embedded group-contrast convolution neural network analysis: Systematic Biology. The materials archived include (1) and inventory of all puparial images, (2) full sets of results files for the image-based t-SNE and embedded, group-contrasts CNN analyses, (3) Wolfram Mathematical™ scripting code...

Data from: Feeding habits of the Middle Triassic pseudosuchian Batrachotomus kupferzellensis from Germany and palaeoecological implications for archosaurs

Eudald Mujal, Eudald Mujal, Christian Foth, Erin Maxwell, Dieter Seegis & Rainer Schoch
Bite traces on fossil bones are key to deciphering feeding ecology and trophic interactions of vertebrate past ecosystems. However, similarities between traces produced by different carnivorous taxa with similar dentitions and misidentifications due to equifinality hinder confident identifications of the bite makers. Here, we correlate bite traces with macroscopic wear and microanatomy of the teeth of the pseudosuchian archosaur Batrachotomus kupferzellensis from the Triassic Lower Keuper fossil lagerstätten (southern Germany), untangling its feeding habits and...

Dissorophoid temnospondyl Parioxys from the Permian of Texas

Rainer Schoch & Hans-Dieter Sues
Parioxys ferricolus is a long-neglected taxon of dissorophid temnospondyls from the early Permian (Cisuralian) of Texas. Reexamination of the original material and preparation of a previously undescribed specimen sheds some light on ontogeny and reveals numerous eucacopine features. P. ferricolus is characterized by (1) a preorbital region 1.5 times as long as the posterior skull table in juveniles and twice as long in adults, (2) parietal only two-thirds the length of the frontal, and (3)...

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