Figure S1. Map depicting the 100% minimum convex polygon (MCP) home ranges for 20 independent Florida panthers fitted with GPS collars in South Florida, February 2005–February 2009. These ranges were used to determine habitat available to panthers, which was then used in assessments of habitat selection by Euclidean distance analysis. The breeding range of the Florida panther (lightly shaded green; Kautz et al. 2006) and major public land holdings (darker shading) are also noted.

Table S1. Land cover classes from Kautz et al. (2007), reclassified for the analysis of habitat selection by Florida panthers. The forest patch category was used to define patches of habitat inclusive of forests (0=nonforested; 1=forested). Forest land cover classes not found within the study area (e.g., bottomland hardwood forest) were not included.

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