Data from: Past distribution of epiphyllous liverworts in China: the usability of historical data

Yanbin Jiang, Tiejun Wang, Yupeng Wu, Ronggui Hu, Ke Huang & Xiaoming Shao
Epiphyllous liverworts form a special group of bryophytes that primarily grow on the leaves of understory vascular plants in tropical and subtropical evergreen broadleaf forests. Being sensitive to moisture and temperature changes, epiphyllous liverworts are often consider to be good indicators of climate change and forest degradation. However, they are a poorly collected and taxonomically complicated group, with an only partly identified distribution pattern. In this study, we built four models based on 24 environmental...
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