Predicted probability of selecting a roost as a function of <i>Acer saccharum</i> importance value for male and female Indiana bats (<i>Myotis sodalis</i>) in summer and fall months in Fort Drum, NY, USA between 2007–2011.

<p>Solid lines indicate mean posterior probability of use and gray ribbons represent the limits of 95% credible intervals. Each panel assumes bats are faced with a choice of 2 potential roosts: one fixed at the observed mean <i>Acer saccharum</i> importance value (vertical dashed line) and the other represented by the value of the <i>x</i>-axis. All other variables are assumed constant.</p>