Data from: Evaluating range-expansion models for calculating nonnative species’ expansion rate

Sonja Preuss, Matthew Low, Anna Cassel-Lundhagen & Åsa Berggren
1. Species range shifts associated with environmental change or biological invasions are increasingly important study areas. However, quantifying range expansion rates may be heavily influenced by methodology and/or sampling bias. 2. We compared expansion rate estimates of Roesel’s bush-cricket (Metrioptera roeselii, Hagenbach 1822), a non-native species currently expanding its range in south-central Sweden, from range statistic models based on distance measures (mean, median, 95th gamma quantile, marginal mean, maximum and conditional maximum) and an area-based...
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