Relative abundances over time, within sites, of the two most common insects. a. Culicoides guttipennis relative abundances. b. Aedes triseriatus relative abundances. Relative abundance is the proportion of all larvae in a treehole in one census belonging to a particular species. Closed circles are for site 1 on the Ecological Preserve (DCEP), open circles are for site 2 (DCEP), and triangles are for site 3 on the Lake Campus (DCLC). Error bars represent 1 SE.
Paradise et al. BMC Ecology 2008 8:22 doi:10.1186/1472-6785-8-22