• Taxon - species name
  • Family - taxonomic family to which species belongs
  • Habitat - the natural environment for that species
  • Habitat1 - as Habitat but all “riverine/nearshore” taxa are classed as “riverine” and “nearshore/oceanic” taxa are classed as “nearshore”
  • Habitat2 - as Habitat, but “riverine/nearshore” taxa are classed as “nearshore” and “nearshore/oceanic” taxa are classed as “oceanic”
  • Feeding behaviour - how the species usually acquires its prey
  • Feeding1 - as Feeding behaviour, but all “raptorial/suction” taxa are classed as “raptorial”
  • Feeding2 - as Feeding behaviour, but all “raptorial/suction” taxa are classed as “suction”
  • Body size - maximum mass the species obtains
  • Divetype - the type of dive the species usually makes (Shallow: estimated maximum dive depth ≤ 100 m. Mid: estimated maximum dive depth ~500 m. Deep: estimated maximum dive depth ~1000m. Verydeep: can dive well in excess of 1000 m.)
  • Regime - which convergent regime the species belongs to, membership of the black regime signifies no convergence being found.

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Travis Park, Bastien Mennecart, Loïc Costeur, Camille Grohé, Natalie Cooper (2018). Dataset: Convergent evolution in toothed whale cochleae. Resource: Specimen metadata. Natural History Museum Data Portal (data.nhm.ac.uk). https://doi.org/10.5519/0082968

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