Additional file 1: of Hand/foot splitting and the ‘re-evolution’ of mesopodial skeletal elements during the evolution and radiation of chameleons

2015-09-18T05:00:00Z (GMT) by Raul Diaz Paul Trainor
Figure S1. Comparative morphology of autopodia in this study. Dorsoventrally flattened autopodia in outgroup taxa (Sphenodon punctatus, Aspidoscelis uniparens, Pogona vitticeps; A, B, C) were drawn in dorsal view only (with Sphenodon illustrations adapted from [72] and [94]) for both forelimb and hindlimb autopodia. D-N are chameleon illustrations from taxa cleared and stained in this study to look for ossified and chondrified elements comprising the autopodial architecture and are illustrated in both Anterior/Dorsal and Posterior/Ventral views. A) Sphenodon punctatus (Rhynchocephalia), B) Aspidoscelis uniparens (Teiidae), C) Pogona vitticeps (Agamidae), D) Brookesia stumpffi, E) Rieppeleon brevicaudatus, F) Rhampholeon boulengeri, G) Bradypodion pumilum, H) Chamaeleo dilepis, I) Chamaeleo calyptratus, J) Chamaeleo chameleon, K) Furcifer lateralis, L) Furcifer pardalis, M) Trioceros ellioti, N) Trioceros hohnelii. (PDF 2863 kb)