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Table 2 Number of points with predicted lichen probabilities of occurrence in each land use class for four uncommon soil crust lichen species

From: Wind farm potential is higher in prime habitat for uncommon soil crust lichens

  Wind farm potential
  Poor Marginal Fair Good
Acarospora schleicheri      
p(occurrence) < 0.60 Natural vegetation 1,458 660 83 8
Developed or agriculture 150 84 15 1
p(occurrence) > 0.60 Natural vegetation 362 192 58# 3#
Developed or agriculture 33* 152* 45* 10*
Fuscopannaria cyanolepra  
p(occurrence) < 0.60 Natural vegetation 1,610 711 93 9
Developed or agriculture 141 107 22 0
p(occurrence) > 0.60 Natural vegetation 142 82 18# 0#
Developed or agriculture 27* 62* 15* 9*
Rhizocarpon diploschistidina  
p(occurrence) < 0.60 Natural vegetation 1,746 818 108 11
Developed or agriculture 174 183 43 9
p(occurrence) > 0.60 Natural vegetation 84 43 32# 1#
Developed or agriculture 12* 43* 15* 2*
Texosporium sancti-jacobi  
p(occurrence) < 0.60 Natural vegetation 1,603 686 83 10
Developed or agriculture 151 95 19 0
p(occurrence) > 0.60 Natural vegetation 110 141 51# 2#
  Developed or agriculture 35* 138* 40* 11*
  1. Favorable habitat that has already been developed or is in agriculture is indicated by *. Favorable natural habitat with fair or good wind farm potential is indicated by #; some of these sites currently support wind farms and others do not.