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Table 2 ANOVA results of co-occurring anopheline and culicine δ 13 C and δ 15 N signatures from natural habitats

From: Evaluating larval mosquito resource partitioning in western Kenya using stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen

  δ13C δ15N
Habitat Fdf, error P Fdf, error P
A) Goldmine 1 5.071,7 0.0591 10.911,7 0.0131
B) Goldmine 2 48.821,6 0.0004 0.231,6 0.6460
C) Goldmine 3 29.651,6 0.0016 2.981,6 0.1353
D) Drainage ditch 14.541,4 0.0189 25.701,4 0.0071
  1. Habitat letters refer to panels in Figure 3. Significant P values are in bold.