Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 2 Percentage of future to current occupied surfaces for all the species and the 15 bumblebee species individually represented following the three scenarios

From: Functional homogenization of bumblebee communities in alpine landscapes under projected climate change

  A2 2035 A1B 2035 RCP3PD 2035 A2 2060 A1B 2060 RCP3PD 2060 A2 2085 A1B 2085 RCP3PD 2085 L/R Prob. length Clade
B. hortorum 113.5 114.5 114.2 118.3 118.6 116.1 117.3 117.9 116.5 L 5 Megabombus
B. humilis 108.3 107.7 108.1 91.2 90.0 105.5 57.9 68.4 104.6 L 4 Thoracobombus
B. hypnorum 206.4 221.2 213.2 331.8 336.3 246.4 443.2 415.0 253.0 R 2 Pyrobombus
B. lapidarius 111.1 112.3 111.7 118.5 118.7 113.9 125.7 123.6 114.3 R 3 Melanobombus
B. mendax 50.5 45.8 48.1 22.4 21.6 39.3 7.9 11.0 37.2 - 3 Mendacibombus
B. mesomelas 59.9 55.4 57.6 26.6 25.5 48.4 7.6 11.3 46.5 L 4 Rhodobombus
B. monticola 64.1 60.5 62.1 39.9 39.4 55.2 21.7 27.3 53.7 R 2 Pyrobombus
B. mucidus 57.9 53.5 55.7 30.0 29.1 47.0 14.8 17.9 45.4 L 2 Mucidobombus
B. pascuorum 134.3 137.5 135.9 151.0 151.4 141.8 154.0 154.3 142.8 L 4 Thoracobombus
B. pratorum 108.5 109.1 108.8 112.3 112.4 109.9 117.5 115.8 110.1 R 2 Pyrobombus
B. pyrenaeus 41.9 37.1 39.5 15.7 15.0 30.6 3.8 6.4 29.0 R 1 Pyrobombus
B. ruderarius 92.3 90.2 91.4 74.9 74.1 86.9 53.4 60.5 85.9 L 4 Thoracobombus
B. sichelii 54.0 48.7 51.3 23.4 22.4 41.5 6.3 9.8 39.8 R 1 Melanobombus
B. soroeensis 92.8 90.9 91.7 75.0 73.9 88.1 55.5 59.2 87.2 - 2 Kallobombus
B. wurfleinii 78.9 76.0 77.5 59.1 58.2 72.2 36.6 39.7 71.1 R 3 Alpigenobombus
  1. The L/R column refers to the short- or long-tongued clade (see [37] for more information) The prob. length show the proboscis length score (five categories, see “Methods” and [37] for more information). The last column shows the subgenus clades.