Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo

Leaf-nosed bats in Hipposideridae and Rhinonycteridae currently have an Old World tropical to subtropical distribution, with a fossil record extending back to the middle Eocene of Europe. The Riversleigh World Heritage fossil site in northwestern Queensland constitutes a particularly rich archive of...

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Autor Principal: Wilson, Laura A. B.; Hand, Suzanne J.; López Aguirre, Camilo; Archer, Michael; Black, Karen H.; Beck, Robin M. D.; Armstrong, Kyle N.; Wroe, Stephen
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Publicado: Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology 2016
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spelling ir-p17054coll23-9802018-05-07 Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo Wilson, Laura A. B.; Hand, Suzanne J.; López Aguirre, Camilo; Archer, Michael; Black, Karen H.; Beck, Robin M. D.; Armstrong, Kyle N.; Wroe, Stephen Leaf-nosed bats in Hipposideridae and Rhinonycteridae currently have an Old World tropical to subtropical distribution, with a fossil record extending back to the middle Eocene of Europe. The Riversleigh World Heritage fossil site in northwestern Queensland constitutes a particularly rich archive of faunal diversity for Old World leaf-nosed bats, having yielded more than 20 species. We used 2D geometric morphometrics to quantify cranial shape in hipposiderids and rhinonycterids, particularly from Riversleigh, to each family within a phylogenetic framework, and using a quantitative approach to reconstruct cranial shape for key clades in these Old World radiations. Our phylogenetic results suggest that the Riversleigh leaf-nosed bats probably do not represent an endemic Australian radiation. Discriminant analyses (DA) resulted in cross-validated classification success ranging from 61.9% to 71.4%. Classification of the original grouped cases resulted in success of 81% for each dataset. Of the eight fossil taxa included as unknowns in the DA, six were found to be assigned to the same group as recovered by the phylogenetic analysis. From our results, we assign the Riversleigh Miocene species Archerops annectens, Brachipposideros watsoni, Brevipalatus mcculloughi, Rhinonicteris tedfordi and Xenorhinos halli to Rhinonycteridae, and Riversleigha williamsi and Hipposideros bernardsigei to Hipposideridae. Our results support Pseudorhinolophus bouziguensis, from the early Miocene of Bouzigues in southern France, as belonging to Hipposideridae, and probably Hipposideros. The reconstructed ancestor of hipposiderids was distinguished from that of the rhinonycterids by having a shorter rostrum, and less of a distinction between the rostrum and braincase. Riversleigh; Systematics; Hipposideridae; Rhinonycteridae; Geometric morphometrics Ciencias naturales y matemáticas; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Paleontología Paleozoología; 2016 Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology PDF; Artículo; ENG - Inglés; Europa; Colfuturo; © Derechos reservados del autor http://babel.banrepcultural.org/cdm/ref/collection/p17054coll23/id/980
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topic Riversleigh; Systematics; Hipposideridae; Rhinonycteridae; Geometric morphometrics
Ciencias naturales y matemáticas; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Paleontología Paleozoología;
spellingShingle Riversleigh; Systematics; Hipposideridae; Rhinonycteridae; Geometric morphometrics
Ciencias naturales y matemáticas; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Paleontología Paleozoología;
Wilson, Laura A. B.; Hand, Suzanne J.; López Aguirre, Camilo; Archer, Michael; Black, Karen H.; Beck, Robin M. D.; Armstrong, Kyle N.; Wroe, Stephen
Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo
description Leaf-nosed bats in Hipposideridae and Rhinonycteridae currently have an Old World tropical to subtropical distribution, with a fossil record extending back to the middle Eocene of Europe. The Riversleigh World Heritage fossil site in northwestern Queensland constitutes a particularly rich archive of faunal diversity for Old World leaf-nosed bats, having yielded more than 20 species. We used 2D geometric morphometrics to quantify cranial shape in hipposiderids and rhinonycterids, particularly from Riversleigh, to each family within a phylogenetic framework, and using a quantitative approach to reconstruct cranial shape for key clades in these Old World radiations. Our phylogenetic results suggest that the Riversleigh leaf-nosed bats probably do not represent an endemic Australian radiation. Discriminant analyses (DA) resulted in cross-validated classification success ranging from 61.9% to 71.4%. Classification of the original grouped cases resulted in success of 81% for each dataset. Of the eight fossil taxa included as unknowns in the DA, six were found to be assigned to the same group as recovered by the phylogenetic analysis. From our results, we assign the Riversleigh Miocene species Archerops annectens, Brachipposideros watsoni, Brevipalatus mcculloughi, Rhinonicteris tedfordi and Xenorhinos halli to Rhinonycteridae, and Riversleigha williamsi and Hipposideros bernardsigei to Hipposideridae. Our results support Pseudorhinolophus bouziguensis, from the early Miocene of Bouzigues in southern France, as belonging to Hipposideridae, and probably Hipposideros. The reconstructed ancestor of hipposiderids was distinguished from that of the rhinonycterids by having a shorter rostrum, and less of a distinction between the rostrum and braincase.
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author Wilson, Laura A. B.; Hand, Suzanne J.; López Aguirre, Camilo; Archer, Michael; Black, Karen H.; Beck, Robin M. D.; Armstrong, Kyle N.; Wroe, Stephen
author_facet Wilson, Laura A. B.; Hand, Suzanne J.; López Aguirre, Camilo; Archer, Michael; Black, Karen H.; Beck, Robin M. D.; Armstrong, Kyle N.; Wroe, Stephen
author_sort Wilson, Laura A. B.; Hand, Suzanne J.; López Aguirre, Camilo; Archer, Michael; Black, Karen H.; Beck, Robin M. D.; Armstrong, Kyle N.; Wroe, Stephen
title Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo
title_short Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo
title_full Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo
title_fullStr Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo
title_full_unstemmed Cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant Old World leafnosed bats = Variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del Viejo Mundo
title_sort cranial shape variation and phylogenetic relationships of extinct and extant old world leafnosed bats = variación en la forma del cráneo y relaciones filogenéticas de murciélagos extintos y modernos con hoja nasal del viejo mundo
publisher Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology
publishDate 2016
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