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Skulls of the species involved in this analysis.

Fig 5. Visual comparison of cranial and mandibular morphology between specimens.
The morphology of each specimen is shown in dorsal and lateral view for both the cranium and mandible. Species are ordered by cranial PC1 values. Abbreviations: H.hor, Heloderma horridum; L.bor, Lanthanotus borneensis; V.aca, Varanus acanthurus; V.exa, Varanus exanthematicus; V.gou, Varanus gouldii; V.kom, Varanus komodoensis; V.pan h, Varanus panoptes horni; V.pan p, Varanus panoptes panoptes; V.pra, Varanus prasinus; V.sdi, Varanus salvadorii; V.slt, Varanus salvator; V.stor, Varanus storri; V.tri, Varanus tristis. The Relationship between Cranial Structure, Biomechanical Performance and Ecological Diversity in Varanoid Lizards
McCurry MR, Mahony M, Clausen PD, Quayle MR, Walmsley CW, et al. (2015) The Relationship between Cranial Structure, Biomechanical Performance and Ecological Diversity in Varanoid Lizards. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0130625. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0130625

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