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Table 3 The analytical data concerned with the B. oleae abundance and effects of temperature, relative humidity, and parasitoid during 2016 and 2017 seasons at El-Behera Governorate

From: Effects of climatic changes on olive fly, Bactrocera oleae (Rossi) population dynamic with respect to the efficacy of its larval parasitoid in Egyptian olive trees

Climatic factorsF valuebPartial regression (r2 )t value
First season (2016)
 Temperature 4.2580.9248.979*
 RH56.307*0.4890.1941.825NS
P. concolor 1.7030.3324.782*
Second season (2017)
 Temperature 2.1300.3176.348*
 RH214.747*0.0060.0010.026NS
P. concolor 1.9460.71514.008*