Data from: A biogeographical regionalisation of Australian Acacia species

Carlos E. González-Orozco, Shawn W. Laffan, Nunzio Knerr & Joseph T. Miller
Aim: To develop a biogeographical regionalization of Australian Acacia species and to investigate their environmental correlates. Location: Australia. Methods: We used a previously published framework for delineating biogeographical regions. We calculated species turnover patterns of 1020 Australian Acacia species with distributions estimated from 171,758 georeferenced herbarium records aggregated to 100 km × 100 km cells (868 across Australia). An agglomerative cluster analysis using a matrix of pairwise Simpson's beta (βsim) dissimilarity values was applied. Eleven...

Registration Year

  • 2013

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  • Dataset


  • Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research
  • UNSW Sydney