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Table 1 GPS location for each cage and camera trapping site. The number of cage and camera trap nightsper site is also provided

From: The presence of the marsupial Dromiciops gliroides in Parque Nacional Los Alerces, Chubut, Southern Argentina, after the synchronous maturation and flowering of native bamboo and subsequent rodent irruption

Site number GPS location Wire trap nights per site Camera trap nights per site
1 42°43′47″S 71°45′24″W 80 55
2 42°43′49″S 71°45′08″W 82 9
3 42°36′44″S 71°53′33″W 0 18
4 42°36′43″S 71°53′33″W 0 18
5 42°43′44″S 71°45′22″W 35 2
6 42°43′20″S 71°45′02″W 90 12
7 42°43′22″S 71°45′01″W 55 0
8 42°43′49″S 71°45′14″W 46 2
9 42°43′47″S 71°45′16″W 32 46
10 42°43′34″S 71°44′35″W 44 2
11 42°43′37″S 71°44′36″W 9 2
12 42°43′37″S 71°44′40″W 84 9
13 42°43′40″S 71°44′42″W 36 9
14 42°43′41″S 71°44′42″W 43 4
15 42°43′46″S 71°45′19″W 33 4
16 42°43′47″S 71°45′17″W 24 0
17 42°36′38″S 71°53′27″W 0 12
18 42°43′48″S 71°45′01″W 28 2
19 42°43′44″S 71°44′50″W 57 48