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

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 Acer saccharum importance value (vertical dashed line) and the other represented by the value of the x-axis. All other variables are assumed constant.