On a macrohabitat
scale, CP density was significantly (a=0.
Both the macrohabitat
(inselbergs) and microhabitat (fissures) in which the species occurs are little affected by human activity.
Nest-site selection is the disproportionate use of specific habitats for nesting (Wilson, 1998); nesting females can use cues from macrohabitat
and microhabitat when selecting nest-sites (Janzen and Morjan, 2001; Kolbe and Janzen, 2002).
partitioning of crayfish assemblages in wadeable streams in the Coastal Plains of southeastern Alabama.
Specifically, we report annual and seasonal home ranges and movements, including shifts in core area use, and provide information on resource selection at the macrohabitat
partitioning among three crayfish species in two Missouri streams, USA.
Geographical variation in macrohabitat
use and preferences of the Lesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina.
Diversity and evolution of macrohabitat
use, body size and morphology in a monophyletic group of Neotropical pitvipers (Bothrops).
selection by the orb weaving spider, Micrathena gracilis.
The sanctuary depth ranges from 18 to 22 m and the benthic macrohabitat
is mainly (~75%) unconsolidated sand sediments interspersed with patchy live-bottom and moderate relief ([less than or equal to] 2 m) hard-bottom ledges (Parker et al.
Effects of macrohabitat
and microhabitat on nest-box use and nesting success of American kestrels.
The hypothesis of this study is that correlations exist between nest-sites (nest trees in which primary, cavity-nesters (PCNs) excavate their nest cavities) and macrohabitat
characteristics, such as amount of and distance to edge, openings, trails, and roads.