Bromus rubens phenological patterns: percentage of individuals per quadrat over time (weeks) on steppe plots (blue triangles) and formerly-cultivated plots (pink circles). A. Vegetative state. B. Grazed. C. Carrying flower buds. D. Carrying flowers. E. Carrying fruits. F. In dispersal/senescence. Each small, light circle or triangle refers to one measurement (quadrat). Variations in means (± SE) are represented by the large, dark circles and triangles linked by segments. Significant differences between percentages of individuals in each phenophase at each date are represented (* p < 0.05). NT indicates that no statistical test was performed.

  Part of: Hess MC, Gómez-Ruiz PA, Morellato LPC, Buisson E (2022) Phenological patterns of herbaceous Mediterranean plant communities in spring: is there a difference between native and formerly-cultivated grasslands? Plant Ecology and Evolution 155(2): 207-220.