Life history and dynamics of a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) population: four decades of markrecapture surveys
Gilad Bino^{1,*}, Tom R. Grant^{1}, and Richard T. Kingsford^{1}
Appendix 1
Cumulative flow (GL) estimates (19712014), measured at Kadoona Gauge on the Shoalhaven River (Fig. 1), incorporating different lags of 1 (dashed line), 6 (continuous line), 12 (dotted line), and 24 (continuous bold line) months, and sampling occasions (dots below x axis).
Appendix 2
Predicted mean apparent survival rates of platypus for three life stages (adult, subadult, and juvenile), for males and females, relative to cumulative 6month flow volume (GL), estimated using the CormackJollySeber model from markedrecaptured animals (see Table 2). Unique average weight was used for the five categories.
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Appendix 3
Predicted apparent survival rates of adult female (580 – 1,150g) and male (8602,000g) platypus, relative to weight, estimated using the CormackJollySeber model from markedrecaptured animals (see Table 2). Average cumulative flow in the previous 6 months was used (29.4GL).
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Appendix 4
Predicted detection probabilities of adult and juvenile platypuses relative to annual sampling effort (net hour), estimated using the CormackJollySeber model from markedrecaptured animals (see Table 2). Average cumulative flow in the previous 1 month was used (3.8GL).
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Appendix 5
Predicted detection probabilities adult and juvenile platypuses relative to cumulative flows [GL] over the previous month, estimated using the CormackJollySeber model from markedrecaptured animals (see Table 2). Average annual sampling effort (135 net hours) was used.
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