Predicted probability of presence of pups against the mean and the maximum relative abundance index of wolf marks.
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Continuous black and grey line refers to the mean and the maximum relative abundance index of wolf marks, respectively (± s.e., dotted lines). Striped line show the cutting point of 0.60; whereas the vertical black and grey bars show the cutting points of 0.80 and 0.99 for the mean and the maximum relative abundance index, respectively. Numbers for these cutting points refers to the number of wolf marks km−1 for the mean (left) and the maximum (right) relative abundance index. For clarity, we also show a zoom (bottom) on these predicted probabilities, with lines denoting the correspondence between the established cutting points and the values of the relative abundance indexes, for the first range of values of the number of wolf marks km−1.