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Principal component-derived maps for two globally distributed groups, with ca 1000 species each.
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Figure 1Principal component analyses (a, c) and maps showing global variation in assemblage composition (b, d) for bats (a, b) and gymnosperms (c, d). Only 1515° cells with more than five species in either group were included in the analyses.
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