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Table 1 Abundance and habitat characteristics of endangered Leptalina unicolor in the riverside area located at Geum River. MS Miscanthus sinensis, PC Phragmites communis

From: Influence of plant on distribution of an endangered butterfly, Leptalina unicolor (Bremer & Grey, 1853), in restored riverside areas along the Geum River

Num. Coordinates Dominant plant species Plant area (m2) Abundance of Leptalina unicolor
(ind./m2, larva (adult))
Latitude Longitude 1st 2nd 3rd
1 N 36° 14′56.05″ E 126° 57′7.34″ MS 168,156 82 43
2 N 36° 14′48.05″ E 126° 56′13.43″ MS 103,234 10 5
3 N 36° 14′11.82″ E 126° 57′34.35″ MS 183.860 32 11 3
4 N 36° 11′50.95″ E 126° 58′56.56″ MS 259,880 114 98
5 N 36° 11′22.22″ E 126° 59′29.43″ MS 395,922 124(2) 38
6 N 36° 10′45.06″ E 127° 0′4.98″ LC 261,381
7 N 36° 8′59.96″ E 126° 58′59.64″ LC 138,415
8 N 36° 9′30.52″ E 127° 0′22.83″ LC 108,361
9 N 36° 10′30.43″ E 126° 59′37.70″ MS 215,684 13
10 N 36° 9′21.36″ E 126° 58′14.68″ PC 86,278 2
11 N 36° 9′21.36″ E 126° 58′14.68″ PC 46,381 4
12 N 36° 8′8.73″ E 126° 55′37.14″ PC 96,471 4
13 N 36° 8′7.98″ E 126° 53′32.30″ PC 167,426