Data from: Nonlinear thermal gradients shape broad-scale patterns in geographic range size and can reverse Rapoport’s rule

Adam Tomasovych, David Jablonski, Sarah K. Berke, Andrew Z. Krug & James W. Valentine
Aim: Species living at latitudes that have greater annual temperature variations are expected to achieve broader geographic ranges than species living at latitudes that have smaller annual temperature variations, generating a positive relationship between range size and latitude (Rapoport's rule). However, this prediction fails to take into account the greater latitudinal extent of tropical temperatures relative to those at higher latitudes. Here we model the contributions of the broader latitudinal extent of equal-temperature habitats at...
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