journal contributionposted on 17.12.2019 by Diego Salariato, Ihsan A. Al-Shehbaz, Fernando O. Zuloaga
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FIG. S6. Values of variables that most contribute in the MaxEnt models for clades A and B of Stenodraba along the distribution area. A. BIO3 (Isothermality). B. BIO4 (Temperature Seasonality). C. BIO8 (Mean Temperature of Wettest Quarter). D. BIO12 (Annual Precipitation). E. BIO15 (Precipitation Seasonality). Red and blue dots represent specimen occurrences of clades A and B, respectively, used for the SDM analyses. F. Response curves for variables used in the MaxEnt models of clades A and B. Response curves show the ranges in environmental conditions that are more favorable for the distribution of the species of each clade. The x-axis of the variables represents their ranges for the complete study area, while the y-axis represents the predicted suitability of the focus variable when all of the other variables are set to their average. Red line represents the mean response while blue shaded area represents ± 1 standard deviation.