Ecological Archives E096-037-A1

Paul J. CaraDonna and David W. Inouye. 2015. Phenological responses to climate change do not exhibit phylogenetic signal in a subalpine plant community. Ecology 96:355361. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1536.1

Appendix A. Species list and flowering time data used in analyses.

Table A1. Taxa list and flowering time data for the 60 plant species used in phylogenetic analyses. Flowering time data shown here include the mean date of flowering averaged over the course of the first ten years of the data set (1974–1984) and mean date of flowering averaged over the entire 39-yr study period (1974–2012; when phenological shifts are known to have occurred). First, peak, and last flowering time measurements are recorded as day of year; flowering duration is recorded as the number of days a species is in flower. This 60 species subsample of the plant community represents 54 genera and 24 vascular plant families, compared to the full 121 species community, which contains 97 genera and 30 plant families.

Family

Species

Mean flowering time (1974–1984)

Mean flowering time (1974–2012)

First

Peak

Last

Duration

First

Peak

Last

Duration

Asteraceae

Achillea millefolium

196

226

243

46.8

201

223

247

51.8

Ranunculaceae

Aconitum columbianum

198

211

232

33.6

195

209

228

37.9

Rosaceae

Amelanchier pumila

169

176

194

24.8

163

170

183

24.8

Crassulaceae

Amerosedum lanceolatum

196

204

235

21.6

192

199

213

27

Primulaceae

Androsace septentrionalis

165

175

226

67.8

150

168

225

83.3

Melanthiaceae

Anticlea elegans

193

205

222

28.7

189

201

215

31.3

Brassicaceae

Arabis drummondii

169

178

213

41.1

161

174

216

59.7

Caryophyllaceae

Arenaria congesta

188

206

231

51.4

184

199

236

59.3

Campanulaceae

Campanula rotundifolia

205

223

241

36.1

207

219

237

36.2

Brassicaceae

Cardamine cordifolia

187

193

194

17

175

183

195

26.3

Orobanchaceae

Castilleja sulphurea

192

204

224

31.7

187

202

219

37

Montiaceae

Claytonia lanceolata

146

156

171

27.3

136

147

163

34.2

Caryophyllaceae

Collomia linearis

195

200

234

39

190

205

239

55

Ranunculaceae

Delphinium barbeyi

192

208

232

40.8

188

204

225

42.3

Ranunculaceae

Delphinium nuttallianum

163

174

178

27.3

156

169

183

32.4

Brassicaceae

Descurainia richardsonii

204

212

251

31

193

202

220

37

Primulaceae

Dodecatheon pulchellum

179

186

196

16.3

174

180

189

19.9

Brassicaceae

Draba aurea

170

181

210

39.6

162

177

207

49.7

Asteraceae

Dugaldia hoopesii

195

213

235

40.1

188

209

234

51.5

Asteraceae

Erigeron flagellaris

193

207

215

46.8

183

200

233

58.6

Asteraceae

Erigeron speciosus

200

222

251

50.7

193

216

242

54.8

Polygonaceae

Eriogonum subalpinum

185

198

214

28.9

181

192

206

30.9

Polygonaceae

Eriogonum umbellatum

176

190

234

58.6

171

184

214

47.8

Brassicaceae

Erysimum asperum

179

188

199

24.7

176

186

202

31.6

Liliaceae

Erythronium grandiflorum

155

161

167

13.7

148

153

161

18.8

Rosaceae

Fragaria virginiana

169

174

184

15.5

164

169

184

24.3

Rubiaceae

Galium boreale

201

223

242

41.3

199

217

234

40.3

Gentianaceae

Gentiana parryi

235

242

251

15.6

231

238

246

22.7

Geraniaceae

Geranium richardsonii

189

208

239

41.8

183

203

227

48.6

Asteraceae

Helianthella quinquenervis

200

210

225

24.9

195

207

223

33.3

Asteraceae

Heliomeris multiflora

214

229

251

36.5

217

231

245

34.3

Apiaceae

Heracleum maximum

204

212

224

20

190

203

218

34.9

Asteraceae

Heterotheca villosa

198

222

218

53.1

193

219

254

67.4

Boraginaceae

Hydrophyllum capitatum

162

171

178

17.9

154

163

171

22.2

Boraginaceae

Hydrophyllum fendleri

178

185

237

18.6

177

183

193

21.9

Fabaceae

Lathyrus leucanthus

173

184

214

41.1

164

179

207

47.9

Apiaceae

Ligularia bigelovii

213

223

238

24.7

208

219

233

30.8

Apiaceae

Ligusticum porterii

188

200

240

27.5

182

194

208

32.6

Linaceae

Linum lewisii

193

202

231

38.1

186

199

230

50.1

Apiaceae

Lomatium dissectum

169

170

190

15.3

155

162

169

20.3

Fabaceae

Lupinus sericeaus

181

190

198

28.1

178

189

208

35.4

Berberidaceae

Mahonia repens

160

168

175

18.1

152

159

169

23.9

Asparagaceae

Maianthemum stellatum

182

184

203

8.8

176

178

184

14.1

Boraginaceae

Mertensia ciliata

178

193

224

46.5

175

190

215

43.8

Boraginaceae

Mertensia fusiformis

151

164

185

37.7

142

157

178

43

Brassicaceae

Noccaea montana

157

165

179

25.4

149

159

176

33.2

Asteraceae

Oreochrysum parryi

213

224

239

26.1

207

218

234

33.1

Orobanchaceae

Pedicularis bracteoasa

182

187

191

17

176

183

194

26.6

Rosaceae

Potentilla gracilis

182

208

209

55.7

178

202

234

61.8

Rosaceae

Potentilla hippiana

187

215

240

53

178

203

231

59.1

Apiaceae

Pseudocymopterus montanus

163

179

210

47.2

163

181

206

49.6

Asteraceae

Pyrrocoma crocea

210

218

232

21.4

202

211

224

27.7

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus inamoenus

163

170

192

33

153

164

200

54.2

Crassulaceae

Sedum rosea

178

184

203

15.7

175

180

188

19.9

Asteraceae

Senecio integerrimus

169

179

193

23.6

166

175

188

27.3

Asteraceae

Taraxacum officionale

161

174

177

60.9

152

168

215

68.2

Caprifoliaceae

Valeriana capitata

165

176

203

41.4

157

172

198

47.5

Caprifoliaceae

Valeriana edulis

181

200

239

59

170

194

230

65.3

Fabaceae

Vicia americana

183

198

223

39.7

181

194

218

42.6

Violaceae

Viola praemorsa

161

167

217

19

153

161

172

25.7


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