Additional file 4: Figure S1. of Ice age unfrozen: severe effect of the last interglacial, not glacial, climate change on East Asian avifauna

  • Xin Lei Li (Contributor)
  • Xiaojun Yang (Contributor)
  • Jian Yun Gao (Contributor)
  • Feng Dong (Contributor)
  • Fei Wu (Contributor)
  • Chih Ming Hung (Contributor)
  • Shou-Hsien Li (Contributor)
  • Qiang Zhang (Contributor)
  • Fumin Lei (Contributor)



Ecological niche models (ENM) and distribution dynamics. (A) Aegithalos concinnus, (B) Cettia fortipes, (C) Leiothrix lutea, (D) Pomatorhinus ruficollis, (E) Stachyridopsis ruficeps, (F) Alcippe morrisonia, (G) Spizixos semitorques, (H) Fulvetta ruficapilla, (I) Lioparus chrysotis and (J) Parus monticolus (K) Yuhina diademata. For each species, three time points were considered, i.e., the present day (Present), last glacial maximum (LGM; ~26â 19 thousand years ago, Ka), and last interglacial period (LIG; ~132â 112 Ka). Black dots show species occurrence records rarefied at a 5-km spatial resolution. To avoid over-prediction, the ENMs were transformed to binary (presence/ absence) distribution by a threshold of the maximum training sensitivity plus specificity. (PDF 9168Â kb)
Date made available2017 Dec 6
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