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Figure S1. Boxplots of body size variables by sample. Sample sizes provided as female n/male n. Shaded boxes: females; open boxes: males. Median value indicated by line inside of box, box extends from 25th (bottom) to 75th (top) percentiles, whiskers extend from 2.5th percentile or minimum value (bottom) to 97.5th percentile or maximum value (top), circles indicate outliers, stars indicate more extreme outliers. a) Bi-iliac breadth (mm); b) skeletal trunk height (mm); c) stature (cm); d) body mass (kg).

Figure S2. Plot of female individual component scores of Canal Log-shape principle components and body size variables. a) Log-shape PC2 and bi-iliac breadth; b) log-shape PC1 and skeletal trunk height; c) Log-shape PC2 and skeletal trunk height; d) log-shape PC1 and stature.

Figure S3. Plot of male individual component scores of Canal Log-shape principle components and body size variables. a) Log-shape PC2 and bi-iliac breadth; b) log-shape PC1 and skeletal trunk height; c) Log-shape PC2 and skeletal trunk height; d) log-shape PC1 and stature. e) log-shape PC2 and stature; f) log-shape PC2 and body mass; g) log-shape PC2 and body mass.

Table S1. Number of individuals with complete and estimated skeletal trunk lengths by sample and sex.

Table S2. Skeletal Trunk Height Estimation Equations (n=96).

Table S3. Stature and body mass estimation formulae.

Table S4. Descriptive statistics (in mm) of pelvic canal variables for female samples.

Table S5. Descriptive statistics (in mm) of pelvic canal variables for male samples.

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