1. Fig. 1. The territory of the Central Forest Nature Reserve and the area of research
  2. Fig. 2. Biplot of the ecological niche of the M. glareolus (left) and the M. rutilus (right) in the factorial space of the axes of marginality (x-axis) and first specialization (y-axis). Light gray area – available ecological space; dark gray – realized ecological niche. Point G is the center of the ecological niche. EGV are projected as vectors. For other designations see Table 1
  3. Fig. 3. Habitat suitability index maps constructed using three modeling methods (ENFA (Mar), MD and MADIFA (1st axis)) for M. glareolus and M. rutilus. HSI – habitat suitability index. D2 – Mahalanobis distance