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ece3521-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF1029KFigure S1. Results of subsampled pc1 coefficient (allometric vector) values for each variable measured.
ece3521-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF5142KFigure S2. Allometric space for 17 squirrel species, comprising representatives from four (Clade II to Clade V) of the five major lineages denoted by Mercer and Roth (2003). Each species is represented by a single point in allometric space, describing its ontogenetic trajectory. Following Mercer and Roth (2003), Clade II (filled square) is monotypic, Clade Ill (open circle) comprises the lndo-Malayan tree squirrels (now grouped as Callosciurinae), Clade IV (open triangle) includes the Holarctic Marmotini and African and Central Asian Xerini in addition to nearly all tree squirrels from Africa, Clade V (filled circle) includes flying squirrels and most New World tree squirrels. Variance represented by axes: PCi = 25.5%, and PC3 = 13.6% (A), PC4 = 10.9% (B), PC5 = 9.6% (C), PC6 = 8.7% (D).
ece3521-sup-0003-TableS1-S6.xlsapplication/msexcel102K

Table S1. Body mass data for Ctenohystrica and muroids.

Table S2. Allometric coefficients for sciurid species analyzed in this study.

Table S3. Angle measurements (degrees) between sciurid species.

Table S4. Angle measurements (degrees) between ontogenetic trajectories and the isometric vector.

Table S5. Matrix of angle measurements (degrees) between sciurid (x) and muroid and Ctenohystrica (y) species.

Table S6. Canonical Variates Analysis results.

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