Non-native species disrupt the worldwide patterns of freshwater fish body size: implications for Bergmann’s rule
Version of Record online: 21 JAN 2010
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Volume 13, Issue 4, pages 421–431, April 2010
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Blanchet, S., Grenouillet, G., Beauchard, O., Tedesco, P. A., Leprieur, F., Dürr, H. H., Busson, F., Oberdorff, T. and Brosse, S. (2010), Non-native species disrupt the worldwide patterns of freshwater fish body size: implications for Bergmann’s rule. Ecology Letters, 13: 421–431. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2009.01432.x
- Issue online: 15 MAR 2010
- Version of Record online: 21 JAN 2010
- Editor, David Bellwood Manuscript received 16 October 2009 First decision made 16 November 2009 Manuscript accepted 9 December 2009
Figure S1 Relationship between the index of human affiliation (see calculation above) and the body size (measured as the logarithm of the total body length) of established non-native fish.
Figure S2 Median body size (measured as the body length) of freshwater fish assemblages (BSA; ln-transformed) as a function of mean annual temperature (degrees Kelvin).
Table S1 Results of generalized linear mixed models (GLMMs) used to test the effect of latitude (and its quadratic term) and sampling period (before and after species introductions) on the median body size of freshwater fish assemblages [(a) assemblages from both the Northern and Southern hemispheres; (b) assemblages from the Southern hemisphere only and (c) assemblages from the Northern hemisphere only].
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