Psyche: A Journal of Entomology / 2012 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Effects of Habitat and Human Activities on Species Richness and Assemblages of Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) in the Baltic Sea Coast

Table 4

Dominance of species that contribute to the species characterisation of the habitats.

SpeciesWooded cliffWoodless cliffLagoonPrimary duneShingle beachSandy beach

Tasgius morsitans 5.00.40.10.2
Omalium rivulare4.30.60.80.1
Atheta crassicornis3.20.10.80.20.8
Lathrimaeum unicolor2.80.40.20.20.1
Quedius fuliginosus2.80.31.0
Atheta atramentaria2.10.40.10.42.2
Aleochara sparsa50.213.50.81.82.31.7
Stenus fossulatus0.72.2
Tachyporus dispar1.15.40.30.1
Bledius erraticus1.60.1
Bledius defensus1.30.1
Tasgius winkleri0.90.1
Anotylus insecatus0.9
Tachyporus nitidulus1.827.10.40.112.50.1
Drusilla canaliculata1.124.618.313.216.41.1
Stenus pallipes3.3
Stenus juno0.44.10.2
Atheta graminicola0.38.90.1
Stenus canaliculatus0.43.3
Pachnida nigella2.60.1
Ocypus brunnipes0.21.60.4
Aleochara bipustulata0.72.82.972.519.556.7
Polystomota grisea0.17.05.4
Polystomota punctatella1.65.1
Cafius xantholoma7.84.7
Omalium riparium0.10.80.8
Phytosus spinifer0.20.8
Phytosus balticus0.3
Bledius subniger0.20.8
Atheta vestita0.10.32.2

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