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Figure S1 Percentage of species represented in the National Parks and Natura 2000 networks (considering current occurrences).

Figure S2 Percentage of species with current and future favourable climatic conditions represented in the National Parks and Natura 2000 networks.

Table S1 List of species used indicating the code.

Table S2 Comparison for each species between the climatic suitability values from the occurrence cells within and outside these protected area networks.

Table S3 Comparison between the average value of climatic suitability for the cells of the potential climatic distribution of each species overlapping with each protected areas network and the average value of 10,000 random samples of the same number of cells extracted from their whole potential distribution (current climate conditions).

Table S4 Comparison between the average value of climatic suitability for the potential climatic distribution cells (estimated using the climatic scenario B2 of the model CGCM for the year 2080) for each species overlapping with each protected areas network and the average value of 10,000 random samples of the same number of cells extracted from their entire potential distribution.

Table S5 Comparison between the average value of climatic suitability for the cells of the potential climatic distribution (estimated using the climatic scenario A2 of the model CGCM for the year 2080) for each species overlapping with each protected areas network and the average value of 10,000 random samples of the same number of cells extracted from their whole potential distribution.

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