Ecological and geographical marginality in rear edge populations of Palaearctic forest birds (data)

José Luis Tellería, Ricardo Hernández-Lambraño & Roberto Carbonell
The centre–periphery hypothesis predicts that habitat suitability will decrease at the edge of a species' range, a pattern often questioned by empirical data. Here we explore if habitat suitability decreases southwards and shapes the abundance distribution of rear edge populations of forest birds within the restricted geographical setting of the south-western Palaearctic. We also test if birds endemic to the area fit more poorly to the latitudinal decrease of habitat suitability due to the putative...
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