Ecological Archives A025-118-A1

Julien Fattebert, Hugh S. Robinson, Guy Balme, Rob Slotow, and Luke Hunter. 2015. Structural habitat predicts functional dispersal habitat of a large carnivore: how leopards change spots. Ecological Applications 25:19111921. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1631.1

Appendix A. A figure showing movement phases of 15 subadult leopards (12 males and 3 females), Phinda-Mkhuze Complex, South Africa, 20022012.

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Fig. A1. Movement phases of 15 subadult leopards (12 males and 3 females), Phinda-Mkhuze Complex, South Africa, 2002–2012. Piecewise regression was used to statistically identify breakpoints on the net displacement time series. Breakpoints distinguish between linear movement phases (gray shaded areas), and sedentary, home-range like movement phases (white).


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