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Table 1 Studies conducted on Javan lutung, with a general description of the main habitat type and amount of rainfall, showing that the majority of studies were conducted in areas with an annual rainfall over 2000 mm covered in rainforest. In bold are areas where one or more individual studies of more than 1 year of duration were conducted (excluding the present study)

From: Habitat suitability analysis reveals high ecological flexibility in a “strict” forest primate

Study site, province Studies (n) Years of publication Annual rainfall (mm) Habitat type
Pangandaran, W Java 16 1983–2019 3322 Lowland rainforest / forest plantation
Mts Dieng, C Java 4 1998–2018 4300 Lowland to montane rainforest
Halimun, Banten 5 1992–2008 3869 Hill to montane rainforest
Ujung Kulon, Banten 3 1972–1994 3519 Lowland rainforest
Mt Gede-Pangrango, W Java 3 1995–2013 3041 Hill to montane rainforest
Mt Bromo-Tengger, E Java 3 2008–2017 3500 Hill to montane rainforest
Mt Merapi, C Java 2 2014–2016 3675 Hill to montane rainforest
Mt Slamet, C Java 2 2012–2017 4280 Hill to montane rainforest
Mts Yang, C Java 2 2011–2013 2279 Montane rainforest
Cepu, C Java 2 1991–1994 1800 Deciduous forest / forest plantation
Bali Barat, Bali 2 2003–2013 1500 Deciduous forest
Mt Masigit-Kareumbi, W Java 1 2016 1900 Montane rainforest
Cikepuh, W Java 1 1994 3450 Lowland rainforest
Muara Gembong, W Java 1 1988 1650 Mangrove forest
Mt Ciremai, W Java 1 2014 3138 Hill to montane rainforest
Baluran, E Java 1 1986 1050 Deciduous forest