journal contributionposted on 27.02.2019 by Diego Leonel Salariato, Juan Manuel Acosta, Ana María Cialdella
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Figure S10. Geographical range overlap among species of Tetraglochin. Binary (presence/absence) distributions maps for each Tetraglochin species, derived from the SDM outputs and using the maximum training sensitivity plus specificity as threshold, were obtained to estimated the geographical overlap between species pairs . Green and blue cells indicate the presence of only one species, while red cells represent areas with sympatric distribution (presence of both species in the same cell).