2016-10-07T11:15:38Z (GMT) by Alice Cang Ashley Wilson John Wiens
Summary of the impact of excluding species with one or more non-native localities on the difference in rates between past niche change among species and future climate change. Results shown are mean differences in rates among species for the intermediate model of future climate change, n is the number of species included in the comparison. “All species” are the original analyses, including species with some non-native localities. “Native only” indicates results after removing all species with any non-native localities. In the “Mostly native” comparisons, species with non-native localities were retained if they had similar mean values for climatic variables after the non-native localities were removed (i.e. all temperature variables differed by no more than 1°C when non-natives were removed).