Data from: Species distribution models contribute to determine the effect of climate and interspecific interactions in moving hybrid zones

Jan O. Engler, Dennis Rödder, Ortwin Elle, Axel Hochkirch & Jean Secondi
Climate is a major factor delimiting species’ distributions. However, biotic interactions may also be prominent in shaping geographical ranges, especially for parapatric species forming hybrid zones. Determining the relative effect of each factor and their interaction of the contact zone location has been difficult due to the lack of broad scale environmental data. Recent developments in species distribution modelling (SDM) now allow disentangling the relative contributions of climate and species’ interactions in hybrid zones and...
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