Coefficient of overlap in daily activity patterns between jaguar, puma and ocelot in Neotropical forest sites.
<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
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
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0213671.g005
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