PS 58 - Predation and Predator-Prey Interactions

Wednesday, August 5, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
 Linking snake behavior to nest predation in a Midwestern bird community
Patrick J. Weatherhead, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Gerardo L.F. Carfagno, Gettysburg College; Jinelle H. Sperry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Jeffrey D. Brawn, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Scott K. Robinson, University of Florida
 The sweet shop of horrors doesn't need a red carpet:Nectar, not color, attracts prey to pitcher plants
Katherine F. Bennett, Harvard University, Harvard Forest; Aaron M. Ellison, Harvard University
 Do predator and prey activity patterns match? A study of coyotes, and lagomorphs
Itzel Arias-Del Razo, Instituto de Ecología AC; Lucina Hernández, SUNY Oswego; John Laundré, Instituto de Ecología AC; Orrin Myers, University of New Mexico
 Anti- predator and food quality- improving function of leaf shelters built by Gephyra cynisca (Pyralidae)
Mariana Abarca, The George Washington University; Karina Boege, Instituto de Ecología, UNAM
 Competition between spiders and pitcher plants? Prey availability and intraguild interactions in bogs
Clarisse Hart, Harvard University; Jonathan Mejia, University of Vermont; Callan Ordoyne, Mount Holyoke College; Nicholas J. Gotelli, University of Vermont; Aaron M. Ellison, Harvard University
 Cue recognition and antipredator responses to non-native African jewelfish, Hemichromis letourneuxi, by native Everglades prey
Katherine L. Dunlop, Nova Southeastern University; Jennifer Rehage, Florida International University
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