Advances in Ecology / 2014 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Effects of Climate Change and Various Grassland Management Practices on Grasshopper (Orthoptera) Assemblages

Table 4

Results of testing effects of microclimate and management and their interactions on the dominant species of the studied orthopteran assemblages (general linear mixed model, one-way ANOVA, , for abbreviations of the species see Table 2).

Microclimate and managementMacroclimate and management
MMicMic MAnnAnn MSeasSes M

Abundance
 Eutbra 0.822.14 1.46
 Condis 1.581.141.230.601.280.891.84
 Chrdis 0.990.260.78 0.610.79
 Roeroe 0.51 1.37 0.65 0.49
 Psepar 0.692.140.99 1.191.200.21
 Bicbic 0.91 0.750.540.730.10
 Chomol 0.361.261.50 1.62
 Chobru 0.532.56 1.591.850.15

Model includes management (M), microclimate (Mic), annual and periodical (June, July, August, and September) macroclimate (Ann and Seas) and their interactions (Mic M, Ann M, Seas M). Temperature (°C) and humidity ( ) on the ground surface and at heights of 10, 20, and 30 cm in the grassland were involved in Mic. Mean temperature and rainfall of the period were involved in Ann and Seas. values are given. ; ; .