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Fig. 2

From: Comparison of feeding habits and habitat use between invasive raccoons and native raccoon dogs in Hokkaido, Japan

Fig. 2

(Publication of the figure under a CC BY license was permitted by the National Spatial Planning and Regional Policy Bureau, MLIT of Japan, copyright 1974–2018)

Capture sites of raccoons (left map) and raccoon dogs (right map) from 2004 to 2017. Open circles show the forest periphery; closed circles show the forest core. Circle size is proportional to number of raccoons and raccoon dogs captured. A, B, and C of the forest periphery indicate sites where many raccoons and raccoon dogs were captured. a 2004–2007, b 2008–2011, c 2012–2015, d 2016–2017. This figure was developed using data from National Land Numerical Information (Administrative Zones, Natural Park) and edited by us

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