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  1. Hi all. I'm new to the forum and came here for a specific issue with stats. I am a third semester masters student and will be finishing in May. I work with a woodwasp that oviposits within pine trees and am trying to look at ovipositin behavior. I allowed them to oviposit in regular logs and another set to oviposit in logs that had already been infested with a known competitor/predator. (n=10 in both cases). So my question is how to go about showing that these are different. In the regular logs there was anywhere from 5-150 drill holes. In the infested logs, there were never more than 10
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