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Table 4 Generalised linear model fit

From: Does Triatoma brasiliensis occupy the same environmental niche space as Triatoma melanica?

Triatoma brasiliensis Triatoma melanica
Coefficient Estimate Coefficient Estimate
Intercept −1.96e + 02*** Intercept −6.527e + 02***
AVGLSTD 1.038e-02*** AVGLSTD 4.126e-02***
SDAVGLSTD −4.507e-04*** AVGNDVI 2.916e-03**
SDAVGLSTN 8.526e-04*** SDAVGRAIN −2.154e-02*
AVGRAIN −3.291e-03*** DEM 1.430e-02***
AUC 0.976   0.989
Cross Validation 0.0409   0.00854
  1. Geographic distribution of T. brasiliensis (132 occurrence points), T. melanica (8 occurrence points) and 1000 (independent for each model) background points. The remotely sensed environmental variables are AVGLSTD (average of diurnal land surface temperature), AVGRAIN (average of annual accumulated rainfall), AVGNDVI (NDVI average), DEM (elevation), SDAVGLSTD and SDAVGLSTN (standard deviation of diurnal and nocturnal land surface temperature, respectively), SDAVGRAIN (standard deviation of annual accumulated rainfall). *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01, ***P < 0.001