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Data and code for: Evolution of aerial spider webs coincided with repeated structural optimization of silk anchorages

Wolff, J. O; Paterno, G. B.; Liprandi, D; Ramírez, M. J.; Bosia, F.; der Meijden, A.; Michalik, P.; Smith, H. M.; Jones, B. R.; Ravelo, A. M.; Pugno, N.; Herberstein, M. E.

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Evolution of aerial spider webs coincided with repeated structural optimization of silk anchorages
  
Jonas O. Wolff, Gustavo B. Paterno, Daniele Liprandi, Martín J. Ramírez, Federico Bosia, Arie van der Meijden, Peter Michalik, Helen M. Smith, Braxton R. Jones, Alexandra M. Ravelo, Nicola Pugno and Marie E. Herberstein
  
Journal: Evolution  
DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1111/evo.13834  

Github repository: https://github.com/paternogbc/Wolff_et_al_Evolution_aerial_spider_webs


When using the data available in this repository, please cite the original publication.  

Contact jonas.wolff@mq.edu.au for any further information.  

Wolff, J. O., Paterno, G. B., Liprandi, D. , Ramírez, M. J., Bosia, F. , der Meijden, A. , Michalik, P. , Smith, H. M., Jones, B. R., Ravelo, A. M., Pugno, N. and Herberstein, M. E. (2019), Evolution of aerial spider webs coincided with repeated structural optimization of silk anchorages. Evolution. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/evo.13834

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