Phylogeny, trait data, and geography.object for a subclade of Greater Antillean Anolis lizards.
Illustrative phylogeny trimmed from the maximum clade credibility tree of Mahler et al. 2013, corresponding phylogenetic principal component data from Mahler et al. 2013, and biogeography data from Mahler & Ingram 2014 (in the form of a geography object, as detailed in the CreateGeoObject help file).
Drury, J., Clavel, J., Manceau, M., and Morlon, H. 2016. Estimating the effect of competition on trait evolution using maximum likelihood inference. Systematic Biology doi 10.1093/sysbio/syw020
Mahler, D.L., Ingram, T., Revell, L., and Losos, J. 2013. Exceptional convergence on the macroevolutionary landscape in island lizard radiations. Science. 341:292-295.
Mahler, D.L. and Ingram, T. 2014. Phylogenetic comparative methods for studying clade-wide convergence. In Modern Phylogenetic Comparative Methods and Their Application in Evolutionary Biology, ed. L. Garamszegi. pp.425-450.
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