Data from: Do traits of plant species predict the efficacy of species distribution models for finding new occurrences?

J. L. McCune, Hanna Rosner-Katz, Joseph Bennett, Richard Schuster & Heather Kharouba
Species distribution models (SDMs) are used to test ecological theory and to direct targeted surveys for species of conservation concern. Several studies have tested for an influence of species traits on the predictive accuracy of SDMs. However, most used the same set of environmental predictors for all species and/or did not use truly independent data to test SDM accuracy. We built eight SDMs for each of 24 plant species of conservation concern, varying the environmental...
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