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FIGURE 4 - Calibrating Environmental DNA Metabarcoding to Conventional Surveys for Measuring Fish Species Richness

FIGURE 4 | The proportion of species detected by only eDNA (bottom, dark gray), eDNA and conventional surveys (middle, black), and only conventional surveys (top, light gray), ordered by total observed species richness for (A) single-marker and (B) multi-marker observations. Labels on the x-axis indicate the study from which the data were sourced -the alphabetical label is a unique observation within a study, and the preceding number indicates total species richness associated with an observation. Asterisks (*) indicate marine and estuarine observations. A cross-referenced table of values can be found in Supplementary File S7.
| The proportion of species detected by only eDNA (bottom, dark gray), eDNA and conventional surveys (middle, black), and only conventional surveys (top, light gray), ordered by total observed species richness for (A) single-marker and (B) multi-marker observations. Labels on the x-axis indicate the study from which the data were sourced -the alphabetical label is a unique observation within a study, and the preceding number indicates total species richness associated with an observation. Asterisks (*) indicate marine and estuarine observations. A cross-referenced table of values can be found in Supplementary File S7.
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