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Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) was used to analyze differences between flat and sloped locations at La Selva and BCI for number of roots, vertical stilt root height, root cone circumference, and root cone volume.
Worldwide, stilt bugs are a relatively small group of unusual hemipterans, or true bugs, in the family Berytidae.
The best stilt habitat on base is at Nu'upia Ponds Wildlife Management Area, a complex of interconnected shallow ponds and vegetated mudflats.
The most important site, where the stilt house remains and figurine turned up, is called Talepakemalai ("under the malai tree').
The logic behind the same, according to the MCD, is that those who have huge plots and are able to create parking space within the premises should not be forced to create stilt parking.
I told her she might have seen the ghost of the so-called Stilt Man - a mysterious robber who used enormous stilts to gain access to unsecured windows across Walton, Everton and Kirkdale in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
But he revealed it has not all been plain sailing; he developed nasty blisters where the stilts are clamped to his calf muscles, he nearly got blown over in gale force winds and one of his stilt feet fell off.
Big-hearted Paul, 49, has reached the tops of the famed Dales Three Peaks on stilts!
Andrew Healey will be swapping a pair of running shoes for 14ft-high stilts to take on the 5km course on May 3.
Stilts were apparently invented by French shepherds to help them get around wet marshes.
A FAMILY of blackwinged stilt chicks have successfully hatched for the first time in Britain for more than 20 years, the RSPB said.
Fire breathing, stilt walking, singers and a football competition were just a few of the items to keep the crowds entertained.