Data tables used to develop risk assessment models

The data presented in the following tables were used by Bomford (2006, 2008), Bomford et al. (2009), Bomford et al. in press (2008) and Bomford et al. in prep. (2008a, b) to develop risk assessment models for the establishment of exotic vertebrates.

Species lists for mammals were collated from Long (2003), Forsyth et al. (2004) and King (2005). Species lists for birds came from Long (1981), Veltman et al. (1996), Duncan et al. (2001), Barrett et al. (2003) and Robertson et al. (2007). Species lists for reptiles and amphibians came from Kraus (in prep 2008). Species lists for freshwater fish came from Arthington et al. (1999) updated from Lintermans (2004) and personal communications.

List of tables

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A – Mammals and birds introduced to Australia

Table A1. Cumulative Euclidian CLIMATE matches for exotic mammals and birds introduced to Australia.
Table A2. Cumulative Closest Standard CLIMATE matches for exotic mammals and birds introduced to Australia.

B – Mammals and birds introduced to New Zealand

Table B1. World range sizes, migration behaviour and preferred habitats and habitat areas for exotic bird and mammal species introduced to New Zealand.
Table B2. Non-splined Euclidian CLIMATE matches for exotic mammal and bird species introduced to New Zealand.
Table B3. Splined Euclidian CLIMATE matches for exotic bird and mammal species introduced to New Zealand.

C– Reptiles and amphibians introduced to Great Britain, United States and Australia

Table C1. Cumulative CLIMATE matches based on 16 temperature and rainfall parameters for exotic reptiles and amphibians introduced to Great Britain, California and Florida.
Table C2. Cumulative CLIMATE matches based on eight temperature parameters for exotic reptiles and amphibians introduced to Great Britain, California and Florida.
Table C3. CLIMATE matches based on eight rainfall parameters for exotic reptiles and amphibians introduced to Great Britain, California and Florida.
Table C4. Establishment success rankings for world introductions of exotic reptile and amphibian species.
Table C5. Establishment success rankings for world introductions of reptile and amphibian genera.
Table C6. Establishment success rankings for world introductions of reptile and amphibian families.
Table C7. CLIMATE matches for exotic reptiles and amphibians introduced to other USA States (excluding California and Florida).
Table C8. Numbers of introductions to other jurisdictions and establishment success for exotic reptile and amphibian species introduced to USA states (excluding California and Florida).

D – Freshwater fishes introduced to ten countries

Table D1. Cumulative CLIMATE matches based on 16 temperature and rainfall parameters for exotic freshwater fish introduced to ten countries.
Table D2. Cumulative CLIMATE matches based on eight temperature parameters for exotic freshwater fish introduced to ten countries.
Table D3. Numbers of introductions to other countries and establishment success for exotic freshwater fish introduced to the ten countries.
Table D4. Establishment success rankings for world introductions of exotic freshwater fish species.
Table D5. Establishment success rankings for freshwater fish genera based on world introductions.
Table D6. Establishment success rankings for freshwater fish families based on world introductions.

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Last updated: February 24, 2015