Supplementary Table 1 from Specialized mutualisms may constrain the geographical distribution of flowering plants
journal contributionposted on 02.11.2017 by Karl J. Duffy, Steven D. Johnson
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Supplementary Table 1. Details of plant taxa investigated, their pollinators, and pollinator type and their effect on plant range estimates. N = number of quarter degree square records used for developing Maxent models. Proportion of Quarter Degree Squares (QDSs) where plants occur within and outside the range of their pollinator were calculated and compared using Chi square tests; * p < 0.05, ** p <0.01, *** p < 0.001, NS = non-significant. Correlation due to environment and residual species correlations were derived from JSDMs. Variable with the most information by itself is derived from jackknife testing in Maxent based on the consensus of 50 models using three PCA axes, geological substrate, and the pollinator distribution for each taxon as explanatory variables in the models. Taxa above the dashed line are bee-pollinated taxa, while taxa below the dashed line are fly-pollinated taxa.