Ecological Archives A025-110-A3

Michael D. Craig, Vicki L. Stokes, Joseph B. Fontaine, Giles E. Stj. Hardy, Andrew H. Grigg, and Richard J. Hobbs. 2015. Do state-and-transition models derived from vegetation succession also represent avian succession in restored mine pits? Ecological Applications 25:17901806. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1519.1

Appendix C (Table C1). Results of the one-factor ANOVA among different desirable states on the detection rates of the 14 frequent and uncommon bird species.

Bird species

# individuals

# detections

Desirable states

F4,30

P

Red-capped Parrot

14

12

8.38

<0.001

Australian Ringneck

6

5

1.69

0.179

Splendid Fairy-wren

20

10

1.34

0.280

White-naped Honeyeater

50

35

6.75

0.001

Western Spinebill

28

25

2.49

0.064

Spotted Pardalote

19

19

5.53

0.002

Western Thornbill

33

20

2.80

0.043

Dusky Woodswallow

7

5

1.17

0.343

Varied Sittella

5

1

1.00

0.423

Western Yellow Robin

11

10

2.92

0.038

White-breasted Robin

16

15

4.70

0.005

Scarlet Robin

7

5

6.48

0.001

Tree Martin

43

33

0.06

0.993

Australian Pipit

5

4

3.80

0.013


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