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Table 3 Linear regressions between food availability index and percentage consumption of plant food items among the four Bale monkey groups

From: Dietary flexibility of Bale monkeys (Chlorocebus djamdjamensis) in southern Ethiopia: effects of habitat degradation and life in fragments

Food item Continuous R2adj P value Fragments R2adj P value
Bamboo young leaves Continuous A 0.26 0.052 Patchy 0.50 0.006
Continuous B 0.52 0.005 Hilltop
Non-bamboo young leaves Continuous A 0.09 0.180 Patchy 0.07 0.204
Continuous B 0.12 0.145 Hilltop − 0.07 0.634
Fruit Continuous A 0.87 0.005 Patchy 0.25 0.060
Continuous B 0.85 < 0.001 Hilltop 0.55 0.004
Flower Continuous A 0.64 0.023 Patchy 0.10 0.981
Continuous B 0.60 0.002 Hilltop 0.14 0.124
Bamboo shoots Continuous A 0.86 < 0.001 Patchy 0.54 0.004
Continuous B 0.92 < 0.001 Hilltop
  1. Bale monkey groups in continuous forest (Continuous A, Continuous B) and forest fragments (Patchy and Hilltop) (N = 12 months) (P value in italic indicates significant correlations)