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Table 1 Names and geographic location of study sites (number indicates position in map of Fig. 1) (A: Andean range; C: Coastal range) and statistical values of richness. N: number of plots (100 m2) sampled per locality (s: locality sampled in this study; p: published data)

From: Relationship between climate and geographical variation of local woody species richness within the Mediterranean-type region of Chile

Locality Latitude Longitude Elevation (masl) Mean richness Standard error N
Belloto del Norte1 32°32′ 71°24′ (C) 100 11.0 0.96 8p
Robles-Campana2 32°57′ 71°08′ (C) 1500 5.7 0.61 6p
Campana3 32°58′ 71°07′ (C) 600 8.2 1.15 20s
Peñuelas4 33°10′ 71°27′ (C) 500 8.5 1.47 20s
Yerba Loca5 33°19′ 70°19′ (A) 1800 4.4 1.66 20s
Río Clarillo6 33°43′ 70°29′ (A) 1100 7.4 2.26 20s
Melosas7 33°50′ 70°10′ (A) 1600 7.2 1.47 20s
Aculeo8 33°52′ 70°58′ (C) 700 10.3 1.81 20s
Robles-Cantillana9 33°58′ 70°58′ (C) 1800 8.2 1.20 5p
Pangal10 34°14′ 70°24′ (A) 1100 6.3 0.53 12s
Río Cipreses11 34°18′ 70°26′ (A) 1200 6.5 1.64 20s
Quebrada el Roble12 34°20′ 71°59′ (C) 100 15.9 0.60 10p
Robles- Bellavista13 34°52′ 70°41′ (A) 1600 4.9 0.48 9p
Queñes14 35°00′ 70°49′ (A) 800 11.4 1.19 20s
Lircay15 35°35′ 70°56′ (A) 1100 8.6 1.88 20s
Belloto del Sur16 35°52′ 71°06′ (A) 850 11.5 1.08 10p
Queules17 36°00′ 72°41′ (C) 200 15.3 2.63 20s
Raulí18 36°03′ 72°28′ (C) 500 15.8 1.45 12p