Vertebrate predators have minimal cascading effects on plant production or seed predation in an intact grassland ecosystem
Version of Record online: 9 JUN 2011
© 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd/CNRS
Volume 14, Issue 7, pages 661–669, July 2011
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Maron, J. L. and Pearson, D. E. (2011), Vertebrate predators have minimal cascading effects on plant production or seed predation in an intact grassland ecosystem. Ecology Letters, 14: 661–669. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01633.x
- Issue online: 16 JUN 2011
- Version of Record online: 9 JUN 2011
- Editor, Johannes Knops Manuscript received 01 March 2011 First Decision made 04 April 2011 Second Decision made 25 April 2011 Manuscript accepted 27 April 2011
Appendix S1 Results from rmANOVAs (Tables S1–S3).
Table S1 Table from rmANOVA comparing mean graminoid or forb biomass (log transformed) among treatments (control, predator and ungulate exclusion and ungulate exclusion only).
Table S2 Table from rmANOVA comparing mean graminoid or forb biomass (log transformed) between predator and ungulate exclusion and ungulate exclusion only plots combined with control plots.
Table S3 Table from rmANCOVA comparing mean: (a) L. serecius seeds left in seed trays and (b) number of seed trays visited (defined as trays missing ≥ 5 L. sericius seeds) among treatments (control, predator and ungulate exclusion, and ungulate exclusion only).
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