Figure S6 from Cascading effects of predator activity on tick-borne disease risk
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Path diagrams showing direct and indirect correlations of predator activity (Red fox <i>Vulpes vulpes</i>, and Stone marten <i>Martes foina</i>) and larval <i>Ixodes ricinus</i> density with rodent density, mean larval burden on rodents and density of questing nymphs for A) Bank voles (<i>Myodes glareolus</i>) and B) Wood mice (<i>Apodemus sylvaticus</i>). Thick arrows indicate statistically supported paths. Path coefficients have 95% confidence interval between brackets.