journal contributionposted on 27.02.2019, 03:30 by Diego Leonel Salariato, Juan Manuel Acosta, Ana María Cialdella
Figure S6. Results from the species distribution modelling (SDM) for Tetraglochin species. Maps show predicted suitable climatic conditions (logistic output) from the MaxEnt model for the six species of Tetraglochin, using BIO1 (Annual Mean Temperature), BIO2 (Mean Diurnal Range), BIO3 (isothermality), BIO4 (temperature seasonality), BIO9 (Mean Temperature of Driest Quarter), BIO12 (annual precipitation), BIO19 (Precipitation of Coldest Quarter), and PET (potential evapotranspiration) as climatic variables. Dots represent specimen occurrences used for the SDM analyses.