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Fig. 5 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 5

From: A few long versus many short foraging trips: different foraging strategies of lesser kestrel sexes during breeding

Fig. 5

Effect of the interaction between sex and phenological period on the probability of performing a perching bout (a) and the total perching time (b) during foraging trips predicted by GLMMs. Colors indicate kestrel sex: female in red and male in blue. Significance of post-hoc comparison between sexes within phenological periods is indicated above the bar pairs. Significance of post-hoc comparison between phenological periods within sexes is indicated under the bars: values not sharing a common letter are significantly different, either uppercase letters for females or lowercase letters for males. P-values are indicated: < 0.5 (*), < 0.01 (**), and < 0.001 (***). Sample size = 2171 foraging trips

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