MOESM1 of Movement behavior of the Monito del monte (Dromiciops gliroides): new insights into the ecology of a unique marsupial
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Additional file 1: Supporting Information associated to this article contains: Accumulation curves showing the effect on increasing number of locations on home range and core area estimations (Figure S1.), home range (Figure S2.) and core areas (Figure S3.) of tracked Dromiciops gliroides individuals; core area overlap between adult males and females (Figure S4.) and between adults and sub-adults (Figure S5.); detailed GLM results of: body mass comparison between males and females, and between adults and sub-adults (Table S1.), home range and core area comparisons between males and females, and between adults and sub-adults (Table S2.), home range and core area vs. body mass relationships (Table S4.), home range and core area vs. number of locations relationships (Table S5.), and movement speed among activity periods (Table S5.).