Ranked species occupancy curves. (a) Rank occupancy of all species in all sites. Note the shorter y axis than in (b) and (c), which indicates many species were typically found in one or few disturbance classes. (b) Ranked occupancy of species in each of five subsets of sites classified by percent anthropogenic disturbance. Dots indicate occupancy of each species within each individual land use class. Species are ranked in order of increasing proportion of sites occupied. Occupancy was assessed for each individual disturbance class such that the first ranked species has the greatest occupancy within a given class and may be different across classes. (c) Best fit exponential decay models of RSOC distributions in (a). Colours correspond to (a). Thick lines indicate model fit, thin lines indicate 95% confidence intervals, where lack of overlap in intervals indicates statistically significant difference in model.