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

Figure 6

Mammal assemblages in the three landscapes.

Mammal occurrence probabilities (by one camera within one day) are shown against species body weight [51], [52]. Open square indicates predicted value by the best model (Figure 5), and vertical bar indicates the range of the 95% confidence interval. In each graph, the position of the Asiatic black bear, Japanese serow, and red fox are the observed value; we could not obtain regression models of these species due to their rarity.

Figure 6