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Cyclamen, a common, pretty garden flower, is at risk of extinction because of climate change.
In a study published in the open access journal BMC Evolutionary
Biology, researchers show, using mathematical modelling, that the ideal
climate for Cyclamen will become increasingly rare and might have
totally disappeared by the 2050's. Some species of Cyclamen are
adaptable enough and could survive climate change, but many would
Chris Yesson and Alastair Culham, from the University of Reading in
the UK built mathematical models based on the current distribution of
the 21 different species of Cyclamen, in order to predict the impact of
climate change on Cyclamen within the next 50 years.
Yesson and Culham identified distinct climatic niches -- geographic
areas with the ideal climate -- for different species of Cyclamen. Most
Cyclamen species thrive in a typical Mediterranean climate, with hot,
dry summers and cool, wet winters, but many are found in areas with
much harsher climatic conditions. Yesson and Culham show that climatic
niches are likely to decrease for all species of Cyclamen, and by more
than 60% for most species.
Yesson and Culham conclude: "Many of these species are considered to be at high risk of extinction due to climate change."
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