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Figure S1 Geographic distribution of phylogeographic lineages according to IUCN information and relevant publications for the target species.

Figure S2 Geographic distribution of suitable climatic conditions predicted by lineage distribution models for the years 2000, 2050 and 2080.

Table S1 Bioclimatic grids utilized as predictors in generalized boosted algorithm models.

Table S2 Number of 1° cells predicted to be climatically suitable under the current climatic conditions for species and intra-specific lineages.

Table S3 Percentage change in areal extent and in protected area with suitable climatic conditions by 2050 under the assumption of unlimited dispersal.

Table S4 Percentage of persistence of suitable climatic conditions within the current range of every species.

Table S5 Degree of persistence of climatically suitable cells in the known geographic ranges of intra-specific lineages.

Table S6 Results from the Wilcoxon matched pairs tests conducted to evaluate whether the persistence in the current ranges of lineages differed among model predictions.

Table S7 Number of species with different percentages of protected surface that will remain suitable under future climate (persistence), according to different modelling approaches.

Table S8 Results from the Wilcoxon matched pairs tests conducted to evaluate whether the potential occupancy in the lineages’ protected areas differed among model predictions under future climate.

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