Length-to-mass relationships in three flightless New Zealand grasshopper species showing the influence of elevation and sexual dimorphism. Fresh mass–femur length (A–C) and dry mass–femur length (D–F). Length–mass relationships are shown on natural logarithmic axes (ln). Sample sites (BR1 to BR5) indicating five sites in ~100-m elevation intervals from 1,383 to 1,817 m asl. Lines represent the best-fit from standardized major axis regressions. Credible intervals are omitted for clarity. Some regression lines overlie each other.

  Part of: Meza-Joya FL, Morgan-Richards M, Trewick SA (2022) Relationships among body size components of three flightless New Zealand grasshopper species (Orthoptera, Acrididae) and their ecological applications. Journal of Orthoptera Research 31(1): 91-103. https://doi.org/10.3897/jor.31.79819