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Appendix S1. Coordinates (in decimal degrees) used to generate species distribution models.

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Appendix S2. Maxent models created using data from the Model for Interdisciplinary Research on Climate (MIROC).

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Appendix S3. Species distribution models created with Maxent for three scorpion species distributed in southern California, USA, and northern Baja California, Mexico: (A, B) Anuroctonus pococki, (C, D) Hoffmannius puritanus and (E, F) Kochius hirsuticauda. Maps A, C and E are present predictions, with black dots indicating occurrences used in the modeling; maps B, D and F are Maxent predictions at the LGM. White stars indicate model area centroids and shading represents probability of occurrence, with darkest shading being most suitable and lightest shading representing unsuitable habitat (see Methods for modelling details).

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Appendix S4. Species distribution models created with Maxent for three scorpion species distributed along the central portion of the BCP, Mexico: (A, B) Hadrurus concolorous, (C, D) Hadrurus pinteri, (E, F) Kochius bruneus. Maps A, C and E are present predictions, with black dots indicating occurrences used in the modelling; maps B, D and F are Maxent predictions at the LGM. White stars indicate model area centroids and shading represents probability of occurrence, with darkest shading being most suitable and lightest shading representing unsuitable habitat (see Methods for modelling details).

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Appendix S5. Species distribution models created with Maxent for scorpion species distributed along the southern portion of Baja California, Mexico: (A, B) Bioculus comondae, (C, D) Hoffmannius diazi, (E, F) Hoffmannius vittatus, (G, H) Nullibrotheas allenii. Maps A, C, E and G are present predictions, with black dots indicating occurrences used in the modeling; maps B, D, F and H are Maxent predictions at the LGM. White stars indicate model area centroids and shading represents probability of occurrence, with darkest shading being most suitable and lightest shading representing unsuitable habitat (see Methods for modelling details).

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Appendix S6. Species distribution models created with Maxent for three scorpion species endemic to the Baja California Cape Region, Mexico: (A, B) Bioculus caboensis, (C, D) Hadrurus hirsutus, (E, F) Kochius punctipalpi. Maps A, C and E are present predictions, with black dots indicating occurrences used in the modelling; maps B, D and F are Maxent predictions at the LGM. White stars indicate model area centroids and shading represents probability of occurrence, with darkest shading being most suitable and lightest shading representing unsuitable habitat (see Methods for modelling details).

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Appendix S7. Correlation between latitude (x axis) and habitat suitability (y axis) for three scorpion species occurring in northern Baja California. Grey diamonds represent individual grid cells from Maxent species distribution models, and the black line is a moving average trendline based on the average of every 200 grid cells.

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Appendix S8. Correlation between latitude (x axis) and habitat suitability (y axis) for three scorpion species occurring in middle of the BCP. Grey diamonds represent individual grid cells from Maxent species distribution models, and the black line is a moving average trendline based on the average of every 200 grid cells.

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Appendix S9. Correlation between latitude (x axis) and habitat suitability (y axis) for three scorpion species occurring in southern Baja California. Grey diamonds represent individual grid cells from Maxent species distribution models, and the black line is a moving average trendline based on the average of every 200 grid cells.

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Appendix S10. Correlation between latitude (x axis) and habitat suitability (y axis) for three scorpion species endemic to the Baja California Cape Region. Grey diamonds represent individual grid cells from Maxent species distribution models, and the black line is a moving average trendline based on the average of every 200 grid cells.

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