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Table 2 Tick densities and environmental variables for the 25 sampling sites

From: Estimating Ixodes ricinus densities on the landscape scale

No Site N2013 N2014 T2013 T2014 RH SD LC
1 AH 3 4 7.3 9.0 78.0 2.5 C
2 AL 263 374 10.6 12.2 74.9 3.3 B
3 AW 226 163 10.7 12.4 75.0 3.3 A
4 BT 1,066 169 9.7 11.3 74.8 3.0 B
5 CW 142 68 8.3 10.0 76.5 2.6 M
6 DS 63 82 7.3 8.9 77.0 2.5 A
7 EP 158 44 9.6 11.2 76.7 2.9 B
8 FB 0 0 5.8 7.4 79.9 1.7 C
9 FN 496 196 9.4 10.9 79.4 2.4 M
10 FR 264 121 8.8 10.4 75.8 2.8 M
11 GH 43 29 6.7 8.6 79.0 2.1 C
12 HQ 351 245 10.2 11.9 75.7 3.1 B
13 HW 297 230 10.6 12.3 74.7 3.3 A
14 KT 131 8 9.3 10.8 75.9 2.8 B
15 MB 259 167 10.0 11.7 74.9 3.2 A
16 NA 138 73 9.7 11.4 76.2 2.9 A
17 PH 53 25 8.8 10.5 75.5 2.8 M
18 PK 101 46 10.5 12.2 75.5 3.2 C
19 RF 127 73 8.6 10.2 79.0 2.3 C
20 ST 689 187 10.6 12.2 75.0 3.2 B
21 SW 72 166 7.8 9.5 77.0 2.4 C
22 VS 10 43 7.7 9.2 79.7 2.1 A
23 WP 188 22 7.7 9.2 79.3 2.2 B
24 WR 102 46 8.9 10.6 76.5 2.7 M
25 WU 2 45 7.6 9.1 79.4 2.1 A
Mean 210 105 8.9 10.5 76.9 2.7
  1. Sites specific observations of the number of I. ricinus nymphs N per 100 m2 and environmental variables from gridded measurements comprising temperature T in °C, relative humidity RH in %, saturation deficit SD in hPa as well as land cover classes A (agricultural land), B (broad-leaved forest), C (coniferous forest) and M (mixed forest) for 2013 and 2014.