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PractIcal IntroductIon to landMarK-based geoMetrIc MorPhoMetrIcs
—Landmark-based geometric morphometrics is a powerful approach to quantifying biological shape, shape variation, and covariation of shape with other biotic or abiotic variables or factors. TheExpand
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Adaptive introgression between Anopheles sibling species eliminates a major genomic island but not reproductive isolation
Adaptive introgression can provide novel genetic variation to fuel rapid evolutionary responses, though it may be counterbalanced by potential for detrimental disruption of the recipient genomicExpand
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A Cambrian Peak in Morphological Variation Within Trilobite Species
Morphological variation within species is a raw material subject to natural selection. However, temporal change in morphological diversity has usually been studied in terms of variation among ratherExpand
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Fossil Evidence, Terrestrialization and Arachnid Phylogeny
Geological and morphological evidence suggests that the earliest scorpions were at least partially aquatic and that terrestrialization occurred within the scorpion clade. Scorpions and one or moreExpand
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Rift architecture and sedimentology of the Phetchabun Intermontane Basin, central Thailand
Abstract The Phetchabun Basin, located onshore in central Thailand is one of at least 30 Tertiary intermontane basins identified in Thailand. The basin is a composite of several north-south trendingExpand
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Exploring Developmental Modes in a Fossil Arthropod: Growth and Trunk Segmentation of the Trilobite Aulacopleura konincki
Trilobites offer the opportunity to explore postembryonic development within the fossil record of arthropod evolution. In contrast to most trilobites, the Silurian proetid Aulacopleura konincki fromExpand
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The Rate of Convergence for Approximate Bayesian Computation
Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC) is a popular computational method for likelihood-free Bayesian inference. The term "likelihood-free" refers to problems where the likelihood is intractable toExpand
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Systematic Revision of the Cambrian Trilobite 'Bathynotus' Hall, 1860, with Documentation of New Occurrences in Western Laurentia and Implications for Intercontinental Biostratigraphic Correlation
Bathynotus is a rare trilobite genus known from the Cambrian Stage 4 to Stage 5 boundary interval of Laurentia, South China, Australia and Siberia. With its near global distribution, Bathynotus mayExpand
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Evolutionary modifications of ontogeny: heterochrony and beyond
Abstract Consideration of the ways in which ontogenetic development may be modified to give morphological novelty provides a conceptual framework that can greatly assist in formulating and testingExpand
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Compaction-related deformation in Cambrian olenelloid trilobites and its implications for fossil morphometry
Morphometric analyses of silicified and nonsilicified (preserved in shale) specimens of the olenelloid trilobites Olenellus (Olenellus) gilberti Meek (in White. 1874) and Nephrolenellus geniculatusExpand
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