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On Jul 11, 2017 4:54 AM, "Bert Kohlmann" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> De: Jacek Kalisiak <[log in to unmask]>
> Fecha: 10/07/2017 10:29 AM (GMT-06:00)
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> Asunto: Odp: New paper predicting distributions of O. nuchicornis, O.
> taurus and D. gazella
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> Hi Kevin,
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> I am interested in your publication. Send me a pdf copy if posible please.
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> regards,
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> Jacek Kalisiak
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> Dnia Poniedziałek, 10 Lipca 2017 16:40 Floate, Kevin <
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> Dear All:
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> Of possible interest to some is the paper below.  Should you wish a copy,
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> My thanks to those on the list who sent me locality information.  I tried
> (and hopefully succeeded) to include you all in the Acknowledgements.
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> Cheers,
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> Floate, K. D., Watson, D. W., Weiss, R. M., and Olfert, O. 2017.
> Bioclimatic analyses for the distributions of* Onthophagus nuchicornis*, *Onthophagus
> taurus*, and *Digitonthophagus gazella* (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in
> North America. The Canadian Entomologist: 1-21.
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> Onthophagus nuchicornis (Linnaeus), Onthophagus taurus (Schreber), and
> Digitonthophagus gazella (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae:
> Scarabaeinae: Onthophagini) are species of dung beetles that have been used
> in relocation programmes to accelerate the degradation of cattle dung on
> pastures. Exotic in North America, all three species have expanded their
> distributions since their introduction onto the continent. Here we report
> development of CLIMEXŽ bioclimatic models using data collected before 2011
> that predict the eventual North American distributions of these species.
> Data collected after 2010 is used to validate these models. Model outputs
> identify large regions of the central United States of America suitable for
> establishment of O. nuchicornis and O. taurus where these species have not
> been reported. These results indicate that the latter two species may
> already be present in these regions and undetected, that they have yet to
> expand into these regions, and (or) that factors restricting migration or
> dispersal prevent these species from occupying these areas. Model outputs
> for D. gazella suggest that the species has largely reached its predicted
> maximum distribution. These models can be used to aid the success of future
> relocation programmes elsewhere in the world and (or) to predict regions
> where these species are likely to spread without human intervention.
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> Kevin Floate, Research Scientist
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> Dr. Kevin Floate, Editor-in-Chief
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> *The Canadian Entomologist
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