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Figure S1. Phylogenetic tree of the 110 species used in the comparative analyses. We made the assumption that all branches in the phylogeny were of equal length. The tree was plotted using the software Mesquite (Maddison, W.P. & D.R. Maddison. 2006. Mesquite: A modular system for evolutionary analysis. Version 1.12. http://mesquiteproject.org).

Table S1. The 110 common breeding bird species we studied and their long-term trend, thermal maximum, main habitat type, number of breeding atlas grid cells.

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