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Increasing range mismatching of interacting species under global change is related to their ecological characteristics
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Global Ecology and Biogeography
Special Issue: QUO VADIS, ECOSYSTEM? SCENARIOS AS A TOOL FOR LARGE-SCALE ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Volume 21, Issue 1, pages 88–99, January 2012
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Schweiger, O., Heikkinen, R. K., Harpke, A., Hickler, T., Klotz, S., Kudrna, O., Kühn, I., Pöyry, J. and Settele, J. (2012), Increasing range mismatching of interacting species under global change is related to their ecological characteristics. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 21: 88–99. doi: 10.1111/j.1466-8238.2010.00607.x
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Appendix S1 Reference list of the field guides used.
Appendix S2 Statistics for Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid cells disregarded for butterfly modelling.
Appendix S3 Standardized plant model coefficients and measures of performance.
Appendix S4 Standardized butterfly model coefficients and measures of performance.
Appendix S5 Relationship between utilized fractions of host-plant-independent range and host range size.
Appendix S6 Relationship between utilized fractions of host-plant-independent range and number of host plants.
Appendix S7 Maps showing examples of increased mismatch between host-plant-independent range and niche space of larval host plants.
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