Distribution Maps

Two sets of maps are presented: the estimated probabilities of presence and predicted presence, which is assumed when the predicted probability of presence is >= 50% (N.B. the 50% threshold probability is not always the one giving the greatest predictive accuracy in logistic regressions: in general inspection is required to decide the appropriate cut-off, especially with unequal sample sizes of presence and absence areas in the training set). 

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 All Species Number

All Species Probability: Under construction

Fusca Group

Morsitans Group Palpalis Group
Probability Presence Absence Probability Presence Absence Probability Presence Absence
 Fusca Group Fusca Group Morsitans Group Morsitans Group Palpalis Group   Palpalis Group
Brevipalpis Brevipalpis Austeni Austeni Caliginea Caliginea
Fusca fusca Fusca fusca Longipalpis Longiplapis Fuscipes fuscipes Fuscipes fuscipes
Fuscipleuris Fuscipleuris Morsitans Morsitans Fuscipes m Fuscipes m
Hanningtoni Hanningtoni Pallidipes Pallidipes Fuscipes q Fuscipes q
Longipennis Longipennis Swynnertoni Swynnertoni Pallicera newsteadii Pallicera newsteadii
Medicorum Medicorum     Palpalis Palpalis
Nashi Nashi     Tachinoides Tachinoides
Nigrofusca Nigrofusca        
Schwetzi Schwetzi        
Severini Severini        
Tabaniformis Tabaniformis        
Vanhoofi Vanhoofi        

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