Areas of endemism of Mexican mammals : reanalysis applying the optimality criterion

@inproceedings{Escalante2009AreasOE,
  title={Areas of endemism of Mexican mammals : reanalysis applying the optimality criterion},
  author={Tania Escalante and Claudia A Szumik and Juan J. Morrone},
  year={2009}
}
In order to test Mexican areas of endemism of mammals identified by previous parsimony analyses of endemicity (PAEs), we applied the optimality criterion to three data matrices (based on point records, potential distributional models and the fill option in software NDM). We modelled the ecological niches of 429 terrestrial mammal species using the genetic algorithm for rule-set prediction (GARP) and models were projected as potential distributional areas. We overlapped the point occurrence data… CONTINUE READING

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