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Coefficient of overlap in daily activity patterns between jaguar, puma and ocelot in Neotropical forest sites.

By Fernanda Santos (5666494), Chris Carbone (274145), Oliver R. Wearn (479468), J. Marcus Rowcliffe (274147), Santiago Espinosa (672144), Marcela Guimarães Moreira Lima (846276), Jorge A. Ahumada (454127), André Luis Sousa Gonçalves (6448979), Leonardo C. Trevelin (6448982), Patricia Alvarez-Loayza (5666491), Wilson R. Spironello (846284), Patrick A. Jansen (236869), Leandro Juen (607389) and Carlos A. Peres (142759)


<p>X and Y axis represent time of the day and activity density, respectively. Overlap is represented by blue shaded areas and Δ is the coefficient of overlap (varying from 0 –no overlap to 1 –total overlap). (*) indicates significant differences. Study site is indicated in the top left corner.</p

Topics: Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, Inorganic Chemistry, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Neotropical forest felids, camera-trapping monitoring program, sympatric cat species, competitor cat species, ocelot occupancy, Neotropical forests Carnivores, prey availability, activity patterns, multi-stage occupancy models accounting, Neotropical forest sites, species activity levels, species interactions
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0213671.g005
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