Something to still think about regarding my conservation manuscript:
Higher fragmentation of widely distributed species compared to those that are more narrowly distributed
"I agree with this result. In a more general biogeographic sense, isn’t this expected given that a larger area has a greater probability of being fragmented than a smaller one (in the same way that a short sequence has lower probability of acquiring a mutation than a long one)? Did you scale for that somehow (have no idea how, but we can talk about it)?"
We compared proportions of distributions covered by high HII. Not sure if this counts as scaling...