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Fig 2 | Movement Ecology

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From: Home-range use patterns and movements of the Siberian flying squirrel in urban forests: Effects of habitat composition and connectivity

Fig 2

Lengths (a, b) and speeds (c, d) of movement bursts, and lengths of nightly tracks (e, f) predicted by the GLMMs. Dots show the predicted values separately for female and male flying squirrels assuming that all habitat would consist of one particular type (left panels), and as a function of month from March to September (right panels). Whiskers denote standard errors. The response variables were log-transformed and explanatory variables that are not varied in the figure were set to their mean values

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