Data from: Pleistocene extinctions as drivers of biogeographical patterns on the easternmost Canary Islands

Carlos Garcia-Verdugo, Juli Caujapé-Castells, Juan Carlos Illera, Mario Mairal, Jairo Patiño, Alfredo Reyes Betancort & Stephan Scholz
Subtropical islands are often viewed as refuges where Quaternary climatic shifts driving global episodes of extinction were buffered. Island biodiversity, however, may have been impacted by climatic fluctuations at local scales, particularly in spatially heterogeneous island systems. In this study, we generated a conceptual framework for predicting the potential impact of Pleistocene extinctions on the biogeographical pattern of the Canarian spermatophyte flora, with a focus on the easternmost Canarian islands (ECI). Then, we performed an...
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