Data from: Do cladistic and morphometric data capture common patterns of morphological disparity?

We employ both cladistic and geometric morphometric data in an exploratory study of disparity focussing on caecilian amphibians. Our results show no impact on relative intertaxon distances when different coding strategies for cladistic characters were used or when revised concepts of homology were considered.

Creator(s) A J Hetherington
Funder Natural Environment Research Council
Publisher Dryad
DOI 10.5061/dryad.mm5m1
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