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Appendix S1. Figures for the (A) current range, (B) future range assuming a warmer and wetter climate, and (C) future range assuming a warmer and drier climate for 11 of the 12 target species examined (Fig. 1 in the main text contains Ceanothus jepsonii). In Panel A, Red is the species range at present. In panels B and C, Red is the area of overlap between present and future ranges, Blue is the area that is lost due to climate change, and Green is the area that is gained due to climate change. Serpentine outcrops and county boundaries are outlined in black.

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