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Predicted probability of the presence of Raja clavata in the study area as a function of day of the year (a), sex (b) and sea bottom temperature (c). Black bars (b) and grey shaded areas (a, c) represent the 95% confidence interval. Black dots correspond to the raw data of probability of presence. Values used for predictions: sex = female, sea bottom temperature = 14 °C, day of the year = 260.

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