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Appendix A: A table showing raw detection probabilities of L. v. vulgaris using trapping and environmental DNA surveys across seven sites in Melbourne, Australia; a figure showing mean and 95% credible intervals of the random effects for site, month and day within month, for trapping and environmental DNA methods; and a figure showing mean and 95% credible intervals for regression coefficients describing effects of water depth, rainfall, and temperature on detection probabilities of L. v. vulgaris using traps and environmental DNA sampling.
Ecological Archives A025-121-A1.