The effect of spatially marginal localities in modelling species niches and distributions

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Methods We built an ENM for the Caribbean spiny pocket mouse (Heteromys anomalus) using MaxEnt and climatic variables. This species typically inhabits extensive tropical forests but can also range into drier habitats through patches of mesic vegetation. We ranked occurrence records according to the suitability value they received, and retrieved habitat… (More)

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@inproceedings{SoleyGuardia2014TheEO, title={The effect of spatially marginal localities in modelling species niches and distributions}, author={Mariano Soley-Guardia and Aleksandar Radosavljevi{\'c} and Jhanine L. Rivera and Robert P. Anderson}, year={2014} }