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Table 4 Spatial overlap in the use of waterholes by the 10 studied mammals. Values shown correspond to Spearman’s Rho correlation. Significant relationships (in bold) indicate overlap between two species. ***, **, 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 −0.371 0.429 1.000*** 0.600 −0.486 0.883* 0.853* 0.257 −0.600
Brown bear   0.429 −0.371 −0.771 0.886* − 0.618 − 0.383 − 0.429 0.429
Red fox    0.429 −0.143 0.257 0.118 0.441 −0.371 − 0.314
Tolai hare     0.600 −0.486 0.883* 0.853* 0.257 −0.600
Argali      −0.771 0.756 0.353 0.543 −0.543
Siberian ibex       −0.530 − 0.588 −0.086 0.771
Grey wolf        0.621 0.647 −0.353
Wild camel         −0.177 − 0.765
Eurasian lynx          0.371