This data layer represents the Species Richness Priorities within PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource. The analysis was performed with the Connectivity Priority Resource data layer and the Species Richness layer in CLIP 4.0, which originally was part of FNAI's work for the Florida Forever program.
For meta data for PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource plase see the data set of the same name.
FWC Potential Habitat Richness - FWC also developed the potential habitat richness layer to identify areas of overlapping vertebrate species habitat. FWC created a statewide potential habitat model for each species included in their analysis. The Potential Habitat Richness layer includes the entire potential habitat model for each species and provides a count of the number of species habitat models occurring at each location. The highest number of focal species co-occurring at any location in the model is 13. Priorities were based upon the number of species predicted habitat co-occurrence.
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