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Fig. 4 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 4

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

Fig. 4

The influence of sex, distance and connectivity on nest-switching probability. Females are shown in red and males in blue. Continuous lines correspond to connected nests (or all nests in the distance only model) and dashed lines to unconnected nests. The lines are drawn to span their full range in the data. The predictions are made for a male with 7 nests (median number of nests for males) and a female with 4 nests (median number of nests for females). We kept the distances and connectivities to other nests as they were in the real data, but varied the properties of the target nest. The panels show the predictions of the models with a distance only, b connectivity only, by C5g (model 11), c distance and connectivity by C5g (model 11), d distance and connectivity by C2g (model 8)

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