The cumulative distributions of the species in the results. The darkest area has the most species.
Zone 11 - 0 species Zone 10 - 3 species Zone 9 - 10 species Zone 8 - 13 species Zone 7 - 16 species Zone 6 - 18 species Zone 5 - 18 species Zone 4 - 16 species Zone 3 - 12 species Zone 2 - 7 species Zone 1 - 5 species Mexico - 11 species Alaska - 11 species Yukon Territories - 8 species Northwest Territories - 9 species British Columbia - 16 species Alberta - 13 species Saskatchewan - 10 species Nunavut - 2 species Manitoba - 12 species Ontario - 14 species Quebec  - 13 species Newfoundland - 6 species New Brunswick  - 11 species Prince Edward Island - 9 species Nova Scotia - 10 species Hawaii - 0 species Washington - 15 species Oregon - 16 species California - 18 species Nevada - 16 species Idaho - 16 species Montana - 15 species Wyoming - 16 species Utah - 16 species Arizona - 13 species Colorado - 19 species New Mexico - 13 species Texas - 10 species Oklahoma - 5 species Kansas - 8 species Nebraska - 10 species South Dakota - 13 species North Dakota - 13 species Arkansas - 8 species Missouri - 12 species Iowa - 14 species Minnesota - 14 species Illinois - 15 species Wisconsin - 13 species Michigan - 14 species Indiana - 14 species Kentucky - 10 species Maine - 13 species New Hampshire - 12 species Vermont - 12 species Massachusetts - 13 species Rhode Island - 11 species Connecticut - 13 species New York - 15 species Ohio - 15 species Pennsylvania - 13 species West Virginia - 12 species New Jersey - 12 species Maryland - 13 species Delaware - 9 species Virginia - 14 species North Carolina - 10 species Louisiana - 7 species Tennessee - 8 species Mississippi - 5 species South Carolina - 5 species Georgia - 7 species Alabama - 5 species Florida - 5 species