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Join the Dots collection-level descriptions

The records in this dataset provide a high-level summary of the Natural History Museum's collection and encompass the material managed by its Life Sciences, Earth Sciences and...
Natural History Museum; Natural History Museum Collections Open Data Commons Attribution License

Tropical Asian spiny Solanum

Specimen data used for the publication: Aubriot X, Knapp S (2022) A revision of the “spiny solanums” of Tropical Asia (Solanum Leptostemonum Clade: Solanaceae).PhytoKeys 198:...
Sandra Knapp; Xavier Aubriot Collections Open Data Commons Attribution License

Ecology drives patterns of spectral transmission in the ocular lenses of frog...

The spectral characteristics of vertebrate ocular lenses affect the image of the world that is projected onto the retina, and thus help shape diverse visual capabilities. Here,...
Kate N Thomas; David J Gower; Jeffrey Streicher; Rayna C Bell et al. Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Diversity and evolution of amphibian pupil shapes

Pupil constriction has important functional consequences for animal vision, yet the evolutionary mechanisms underlying diverse pupil sizes and shapes are poorly understood. We...
Kate N Thomas; Caitlyn Rich; Rachel Quock; Jeffrey Streicher et al. Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Survival of climate warming through niche shifts: Evidence from frogs on trop...

How will organisms cope when forced into warmer-than-preferred thermal environments? This is a key question facing our ability to monitor and manage biota as average annual...
J Labisko; Nancy Bunbury; Richard Griffiths; Jim Groombridge et al. Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Phylogeny of terraranan frogs based on 2,665 loci and impacts of missing data...

Terraranae is a large clade of New World direct-developing frogs that includes 3–5 families and >1,100 described species (∼15% of all named frog species). The relationships...
Lucas Barrientos; Jeffrey Streicher; Elizabeth Miller; Marcio Pie; John Wiens; Andrew Crawford Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Eye‐body allometry across biphasic ontogeny in anuran amphibians

Animals with biphasic lifecycles often inhabit different visual environments across ontogeny. Many frogs and toads (Amphibia: Anura) have free-living aquatic larvae (tadpoles)...
Samuel J Shrimpton; Jeffrey Streicher; David J Gower; Kate N Thomas Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Amphibian taxonomy: early 21st century case studies

These are data files associated with the editorial for 'Amphibian taxonomy: Early 21st century case studies' in Journal of Natural History (Streicher et al. 2020). In this...
Jeffrey Streicher; Rowland Sadler; Simon Loader Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Analysis of ultraconserved elements supports African origins of narrow-mouthe...

Narrow-mouthed frogs (Anura: Microhylidae) are globally distributed and molecular data suggest the rapid evolution of multiple subfamilies shortly after their origin. Despite...
Jeffrey Streicher; Simon Loader; Andrea Varela-Jaramillo; Paola Montoya; Rafael Omar de Sá Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Molecular insights into the phylogenetic placement of the poorly known genus ...

Among New World direct-developing frogs belonging to the clade Brachycephaloidea (= Terraranae), there are several genera with uncertain phylogenetic placements. One notable...
Andrés R Acosta-Galvis; Jeffrey Streicher; Luigi Manuelli; Travis Cuddy; Rafael Omar de Sá Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Integrative taxonomy at the nexus of population divergence and speciation in ...

We describe two diminutive species of rattlesnakes (Genus Crotalus) from small nearshore islands off the coast of Baja California in the western Gulf of California, Mexico. In...
Jesse M Meik; Sarah Schaack; Oscar Flores-Villela; Jeffrey Streicher Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Solanum phylogenomics dataset

Supporting sequence and alignment data for the publication Gagnon E, Hilgenhof R, Orejuela A, McDonnell A, Sablok G, Aubriot X, Giacomin L, Gouvêa Y, Bragonis T, Stehmann JR,...
Edeline Gagnon; Rebecca Hilgenhof; Andrés Orejuela; Angela McDonnell et al. Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

New species of Athenaea from Brazil

Specimens use in the description of two new species of Athenaea (Solanaceae) Rodrigues IMC, Knapp S, Stehmann JR (2021) Two new species of Athenaea Sendtn. (Solanaceae) from the...
Sandra Knapp Collections Open Data Commons Attribution License

Morelloid solanum North and Central America and the Caribbean

Specimens used in the monograph of the morelloid clade of Solanum occurring in North and Central America and the Caribbean Knapp S, Barboza GE, Bohs L, Särkinen T (2019) A...
Sandra Knapp Collections Open Data Commons Attribution License

Keys to African Solanum

Knapp S. Vorontsova MS, Särkinen T. (2019) Dichotomous keys to the species of Solanum L. (Solanaceae) in continental Africa, Madagascar (incl. the islands of Réunion, the...
Sandra Knapp Collections Open Data Commons Attribution License

Al Sabouni et al Reproducibility

The data required to run the analyses in Al Sabouni et al "Reproducibility of species recognition in modern planktonic foraminifera and its implications for measures of...
Isabel Fenton Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

Fenton et al Reproducibility

The data required to run the analyses in Fenton et al "Factors affecting consistency and accuracy in identifying modern macroperforate planktonic foraminifera".
Isabel Fenton Research Open Data Commons Attribution License

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