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%A Jonathan, Rolland
%A Daniele, Silvestro
%A Glenn, Litsios
%A Laurélène, Faye
%A Nicolas, Salamin
%D 2018
%T Figure S2 from Clownfishes evolution below and above the species level
%U https://rs.figshare.com/articles/Figure_S2_from_Clownfishes_evolution_below_and_above_the_species_level/5901055
%R 10.6084/m9.figshare.5901055.v1
%2 https://rs.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/10522405
%K macroevolution
%K microevolution
%K intraspecific
%K interspecific
%K positive selection
%K RH1
%X **Description of the five morphological traits used in the study**. Each trait is described according to the landmarks on the picture. Body ratio: The body ratio was calculated by dividing the standard length (distance between the snout (*1*) and the base of the tail, which is exactly between (*8*) and (*9*)) by the body depth (segment between the base of the pelvic fin (*11*) and the base of the spinous dorsal fin (*6*)). Head ratio: The head ratio represents the standard length divided by the head length (distance between the snout (*1*) and the origin of the opercular (*12*)). Peduncle factor: The peduncle depth factor was calculated by dividing the body depth by the caudal peduncle depth (distance between the posterior end of the dorsal fin base (*7*) and the posterior end of the anal fin base (*10*)). Eye height ratio: The eye height ratio is the ratio between the body depth and the eye height, which is the distance between the center of the eye (center of gravity of (*2, 3, 4, 5*)) and the point where the line parallel to the body depth (passing through the center of the eye) meets the line parallel to the standard length (passing through (*11*)). Snout angle: The snout angle is the angle calculated between the standard length and the line that passes through the snout tip (*1*) and the base of the spinous dorsal fin (*6*)).