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jvs12144-sup-0001-AppendixS1.pdfapplication/PDF84KAppendix S1. Supplementary figures. (a) Distribution of serpentine and non-serpentine soil area with respect to July maximum temperature. (b) Distribution of serpentine and non-serpentine soil area with respect to January minimum temperature.
jvs12144-sup-0002-AppendixS2.txtplain text document4038KAppendix S2. Raw herbarium data. Code is the herbarium code for the specimen. Latitude and Longitude are given in the WGS 86 datum. Elevation is in meters above sea level. Low Temp and High Temp for each locality are (respectively) the inferred average minimum during the month of January for the period 1971–2000 (PRISM Climate Group at Oregon State University 2006), and the average maximum during the month of July for the same period. Geology is the ‘ROCKTYPE1’ category from Jennings et al. (1977). Soil is our ad-hoc classification as serpentine (derived from serpentinite or peridotite rock) and non-serpentine (all other rock types). CalFlora lifeform is the life-form category assigned to a species by CalFlora (http://calflora.org). New lifeform is our reclassification (annual herb, perennial herb, shrub, tree).
jvs12144-sup-0003-AppendixS3.pdfapplication/PDF213KAppendix S3. Supplementary figures showing elevation and temperature anomalies for all analysed data layers, broken down by life form.

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