Table S1 from Metabolic rates, climate and macroevolution: a case study using Neogene molluscs
datasetposted on 21.08.2018 by Luke C. Strotz, Erin E. Saupe, Julien Kimmig, Bruce S. Lieberman
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Basal metabolic rate and other pertinent data for 299 Neogene mollusc species from the Western Atlantic. Status = extinct or extant; distribution = broad or narrow as per Saupe et al.  and references therein; max_length = mean of maximum length for all measured individuals of the relevant species (in millimetres); B_species = mean BMR for species determined based upon Equation 1 and using mean temperature values; Bs_min_temp = mean BMR for species calculated using minimum temperature values; Bs_max_temp = mean BMR for species calculated using maximum temperature values; Bs_no_constant = mean BMR for species with the scaling constant excluded from Equation 1; and Bs_no_temp = mean BMR for species with temperature excluded from Equation 1.