Summary of results for invertebrate herbivory in transects in June and August 2003 in relation to five independent variables
All results for invertebrate herbivory with respect to the five
independent variables and the results from multiple regressions for
both transects in June and August are summarized in Table 1 .
Herbivory in the all species transect in June 2003
significantly decreased with increasing plant species richness
across the 19 study sites (Fig. 1 a; Table 1 ).
Damage significantly decreased with increasing plant species
richness in the 19 field sites (Fig. 1 d; Table 1 ) and
significantly increased with increasing community biomass
(Fig. 1 e).
Taking grass and herb species together, there was no relationship
between damage and species richness (Table 1 ) or between
damage and community biomass.
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