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acv503-sup-001-S1-S5.doc483KOnline S1. Species controls of some sympatric carnivores in the region of Emas National Park, Brazil and their band lengths as analyzed using HSF21 and LTPROB13 primers and fragment length polymorphisms.
acv503-sup-001-S1-S5.doc483KOnline S2. Mitochondrial DNA amplification success and species assignments from scat samples collected from putative maned wolf.
acv503-sup-001-S1-S5.doc483KOnline S3. Classification tree outputs showing all variables that split (i.e. there was a significant break between the factors of the variable) for mtDNA in maned wolf scats. Any variables not represented in the figures were uniform.
acv503-sup-001-S1-S5.doc483KOnline S4. Classification tree outputs showing all variables that split for nDNA in maned wolf scats. Any variables not represented in the figures were uniform.
acv503-sup-001-S1-S5.doc483KOnline S5. Classification trees of the most parsimonious models for mtDNA (a) and nDNA (b) amplification from maned wolf scats. Significant break points for mtDNA are evident in odor (break between samples having none and any (some or strong), and moisture (samples that were entirely dry and samples that had some moisture or were fresh), whereas diet alone dominated the model for nDNA amplification.

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