Natural history predicts patterns of thermal vulnerability in amphibians from the Atlantic rainforest of Brazil_supporting information

Leildo Machado Carilo Filho
In the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest (AF), amphibians (625 species) face habitat degradation leading to stressful thermal conditions that constrain animal activity (e.g. foraging, reproduction). Data on thermal ecology for these species is still scarce. We tested the hypothesis that environmental occupation affects the thermal tolerance of amphibian species more than their phylogenetic relationships. We evaluated patterns of thermal tolerance of 47 amphibian species by assessing critical thermal maxima and warming tolerances, relating these variables with...
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