Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 4 Comparison of the riparian capture-recapture data against predictive posterior data simulated based on the reference movement models

From: The dual role of rivers in facilitating or hindering movements of the false heath fritillary butterfly

   Riparian data Prediction (REF1) Prediction (REF2)
Recaptured individuals All 35 34.6 (24–47) 34.1 (22–47)
Males 17 16.4 (8–26) 16.5 (7–28)
Females 18 18.1 (11–25) 17.6 (10–25)
Number of recaptures All 47 42.9 (28–59) 42.8 (26–63)
Males 23 19.1 (9–31) 19.5 (7–36)
Females 24 23.8 (13–35) 23.2 (12–36)
Recaptures in the location of previous capture All 28 21.2 (12–31) 19.9 (11–30)
Males 12 9.8 (4–17) 9.4 (3–16)
Females 16 11.3 (6–17) 10.7 (5–17)
Recaptures in a different location All 7 13.5 (6–21) 13.9 (6–24)
Males 5 6.5 (2–12) 7.1 (2–15)
Females 2 6.8 (2–12) 6.9 (2–13)
River crossings All 4 7.5 (2–13) 8.4 (2–17)
Males 3 3.6 (0–8) 4.3 (0–11)
Females 1 3.9 (0–8) 4.2 (0–9)
  1. The table shows the number of individuals in the real riparian data that fall into each category and the posterior means (and 95% credibility intervals) of posterior predictive data simulated based on the parameters estimated for the reference populations The river has been assumed as low-quality matrix in the REF1 and REF2 predictions.