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Distribution of Wild Mammal Assemblages along an Urban–Rural–Forest Landscape Gradient in Warm-Temperate East Asia

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Mammal species occurrence along the urban–rural–forest landscape gradient.

Regression curves (Table 2) and 95% confidence intervals (a 2000 iteration bootstrap, shown as dashed lines) are shown. PC1 is the first component of the principal component analysis for camera-trapping sites based on land use (Figure 2); a larger PC1 value indicates forest landscape, a smaller value indicates urban landscape, and an intermediate value indicates rural landscape (Figure 3). In this analysis we assumed average values of regression coefficients for season and local topography (Table 2). The best buffer size models are shown.

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