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Appendix A: Protocol of genetic analysis of individual mountain lion identity.
Ecological Archives C006-084-A1.

Appendix B: Validation of the mountain lion resource selection model in the Garnet and Bitterroot study areas.
Ecological Archives C006-084-A2.

Appendix C: A table showing spatial capture–recapture model estimates for the total number (N) and density of mountain lions in the 5912 km² statespace in western Montana from all 16 candidate models.
Ecological Archives C006-084-A3.

Appendix D: A figure showing the proportion of total unique genotypes captured and search effort over the December 2012 – April 2013 sampling period.
Ecological Archives C006-084-A4.

Appendix E: A figure showing the probability of male (black line) and female (gray line) mountain lion capture as a function of distance from the home range center estimated from the top SCR model.
Ecological Archives C006-084-A5.


Supplement 1: R script and data for spatial capture–recapture models that incorporate harvest and an existing resource selection function value as a covariate on density of activity centers.
Ecological Archives C006-084-S1.