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Thank you for tackling those last two reviewer comments - and doing so so promptly. This is a great paper and a neat study and I am very pleased we are able to accept it for publication. Well done and cheers![# PeerJ Staff Note - this decision was reviewed and approved by Jennifer Vonk, a PeerJ Section Editor covering this Section #]
I would like to thank the authors for taking the reviewers previous comment to heart and putting in a solid effort in revising their manuscript. It is reading much better now. Well done! The only reason that it has not been accepted outright is a small matter of including the two points raised by Reviewer 2 (see below). The first is including information on how you ID'd the wolf spiders. And the second is trying to standardise your figure style between Figures 4, 6, and 7. These figures are using a very similar style to present data, but not quite the same - which makes it look a bit off. These seem like pretty small items and I am sure you will be able to address them and have it back to us very quickly. After this, I have no doubt this paper will be accepted. I would remind the authors to (in this last round of edits) have a very careful read-through of the manuscript, just in case any typos have slipped their (and our) gaze.
I like your coverage of the limitations, but of course, there are many. My thoughts below:What do you think the potential is for biodiversity studies You may not have this data, but it would be interesting to know the other invertebrate fauna that were also detected (this could widen the scope of the paper to appeal to other invertebrate researchers). Eg. Did any invertebrates trigger the motion capture This has been the main problem in using this method in the past.What do you think of the possibility of using baiting the stations (eg tethered prey like meal worms) to attract arthropod predators
The dataset reported here does not appear to be \"self-contained.\"I took a look at Potter et al. 2018 ( ) because I was interested in seeing how the two Lycosa species had been identified and this paper was referenced in line 144. Upon closer examination I found that the dataset reported in the manuscript currently under review in PeerJ has already been published in Royal Society Open Science as part of a paper investigating space use and activity by wolf spiders and dunnarts. The current paper clearly has a different goal and adds some additional analyses to the findings already reported in Potter et al. 2018, but nowhere in the manuscript is it mentioned that these data have already been published elsewhere. Rather, the current paper is written as if the data were collected specifically to ask the questions (1-3) stated in the abstract, rather than reporting that these data were collected as part of a larger study that used camera traps to detect dunnarts and spiders, and this is seriously misleading. I have attached copies of the pdfs of the manuscript under review and Potter et al. 2018, in which identical or near-identical text from the methods and results section are highlighted. Figure 2 is identical to Figure 1A in the supplementary material of Potter et al. 2018, and Figure 3b. is indentical to figure 2Ab ( ). This is also an issue of self-plagiarism.
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