Data from: Biotic interactions in species distribution models enhance model performance and shed light on natural history of rare birds: a case study using the Straight-billed Reedhaunter (Limnoctites rectirostris)

Facundo X. Palacio & Juan M. Girini
Species distribution models (SDMs) have become a workhorse to explain, understand and predict distributions of birds. However, SDMs at broad scales are typically built using climatic variables, while ignoring the effects of biotic interactions. Although its role still remains controversial, the inclusion of biotic interactions into SDMs could confirm and/or provide new ecological insights of poorly known species. We modeled the distribution of the rare South American straight-billed reedhaunter (Limnoctites rectirostris, Furnariidae), a specialist of...
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