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Fig. 5 | Revista Chilena de Historia Natural

Fig. 5

From: A modularity-based approach for identifying biodiversity management units

Fig. 5

Topological roles of habitats for different taxa within the same landscape for amphibians and reptiles (a), birds (b), butterflies (c), mammals (d), plants (e) and total species (f). The color of circles in all panels corresponds to the three biodiversity management units identified in this study: aquatic (black), forest (white) and grassland (gray) cover types (see Fig. 4). In (f), each polygon represents the possible role that the same land cover type might play depending on the taxon being considered

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