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Table 1 Species studied

From: Changes in ontogenetic patterns facilitate diversification in skull shape of Australian agamid lizards

Species n Average adult skull length (mm) Life habit
Ctenophorus caudicinctus 26 22.43 Saxicolous
Ctenophorus cristatus 15 24.39 Terrestrial
Ctenophorus decresii 10 23.51 Saxicolous
Ctenophorus isolepis 30 17.72 Terrestrial
Ctenophorus nuchalis 21 29.07 Terrestrial
Ctenophorus reticulatus 29 26.05 Terrestrial
Amphibolurus muricatus 34 28.72 Semi-arboreal
Chlamydosaurus kingii 17 75.97 Semi-arboreal
Diporiphora nobbi 12 23.22 Semi-arboreal
Diporiphora winneckei 12 13.37 Semi-arboreal
Gowidon longirostris 20 32.65 Semi-arboreal
Lophognathus gilberti 16 31.80 Semi-arboreal
Pogona barbata 29 64.83 Semi-arboreal
Pogona vitticeps 29 60.46 Semi-arboreal
Rankinia diemensis 12 18.97 Terrestrial
Tympanocryptis tetraporophora 11 15.93 Terrestrial
Intellagama lesueurii 22 70.96 Semi-arboreal
Moloch horridus 15 16.31 Terrestrial
  1. Sample sizes were dependent on availability from collections. Average skull length was calculated using the basal skull length of the largest three individuals of each species. Life habit categories were based on records in Wilson and Swan [65] and Cogger [66]