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Table 3 Daily overlap in the use of waterholes by the 10 studied mammals. For an adequate interpretation of these results, it is recommended to see this table together with the Fig. 3. Values shown correspond to the Watson’s U Test, which identifies differences between the distribution of the observations for two species. Non-significant relationships (in bold) indicate overlap between two species, while significance implies seasonal segregation. ***, **, and * indicate significance at the 0.001, 0.01, and 0.05 level, respectively

From: A small neighborhood well-organized: seasonal and daily activity patterns of the community of large and mid-sized mammals around waterholes in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia

  Brown bear Red fox Tolai hare Argali Siberian ibex Grey wolf Bactrian camel Eurasian lynx Snow leopard
Khulan 0.531*** 0.747*** 1.444*** 13.533*** 11.321*** 1.315*** 0.724*** 0.082 0.142
Brown bear   0.509*** 1.252*** 16.161*** 14.240*** 2.008*** 1.096*** 0.083 0.201*
Red fox    0.443*** 14.385*** 13.461*** 2.547*** 1.577*** 0.195* 0.339**
Tolai hare     13.200*** 12.689*** 3.424*** 2.244*** 0.494*** 0.612***
Argali      0.824*** 4.231*** 3.076*** 3.083*** 2.865***
Siberian ibex       4.112*** 2.629*** 2.853*** 2.187***
Grey wolf        0.068 0.289** 0.228*
Wild camel         0.264* 0.181
Eurasian lynx          0.069