Data from: Species distribution models contribute to determine the effect of climate and interspecific interactions in moving hybrid zones

 

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Title Presence locations used for SDM computing
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Description Datafile (csv) includes the selected occurrence records used for conducting the SDMs. The file has three columns including: species (species epithet), x, and y geographic coordinates (WGS decimal degree). Based on this file bioclimatic information could be extracted from DIVA-GIS or equivalent programs and used for computing SDMs (like Maxent as done here)
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Engler JO, Rödder D, Elle O, Hochkirch A, Secondi J (2013) Species distribution models contribute to determine the effect of climate and interspecific interactions in moving hybrid zones. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26(11): 2487–2496. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12244

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Engler JO, Rödder D, Elle O, Hochkirch A, Secondi J (2013) Data from: Species distribution models contribute to determine the effect of climate and interspecific interactions in moving hybrid zones. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77gt6
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