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Table 5.

Predicted threshold values from four species of Australian agamids

SpeciesMaximum acceleration threshold (mm s–2)Average acceleration threshold (mm s–2)*xfh (mm)xbc (mm)ybc (mm)Threshold (mm s–2)*
C. caudicinctus 3394±2513 722±491 –5.23 14.95 26.06 7391 
C. femoralis 3294±7176 –154±3507 –6.23 7.44 26.76 5011 
C. nuchalis 4027±358 1116±789 –9.17 32.09 31.41 8023 
R. adelaidensis 12093±10744 3076±1734 –3.84 11.35 14.04 9991 
SpeciesMaximum acceleration threshold (mm s–2)Average acceleration threshold (mm s–2)*xfh (mm)xbc (mm)ybc (mm)Threshold (mm s–2)*
C. caudicinctus 3394±2513 722±491 –5.23 14.95 26.06 7391 
C. femoralis 3294±7176 –154±3507 –6.23 7.44 26.76 5011 
C. nuchalis 4027±358 1116±789 –9.17 32.09 31.41 8023 
R. adelaidensis 12093±10744 3076±1734 –3.84 11.35 14.04 9991 

xfh is the point of application of the GRF of the hindlimb; xbc is the hortizontal position of the body-COM forward of the hip; ybc is the vertical position of the body-COM. Values for acceleration show mean ± s.e.m.

*

Based on Aertz et al. (Aertz et al., 2001)

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