COS 20 - Species Interactions II

Tuesday, August 9, 2011: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
5, Austin Convention Center
8:20 AM
Are ants good to an Acacia in Australia?
Angélica Elizabeth Martínez-Bauer, Monash University; Martin Burd, Monash University
8:40 AM
The effect of landscape context on quantitative plant-pollinator networks
Brian J. Spiesman, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Brian D. Inouye, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
9:00 AM
Factors influencing occupancy dynamics of a carnivore guild
Damon B. Lesmeister, Southern Illinois University; Eric M. Schauber, Southern Illinois University; Clayton K. Nielsen, Southern Illinois University; Eric C. Hellgren, University of Florida
9:20 AM
Post-dispersal seed predation limits the abundance of a long-lived perennial forb (Lithospermum ruderale)
Mary Bricker, Pacific University; John L. Maron, The University of Montana
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
CANCELLED - Specialization, generalization, and community structure in Appalachian beetle-fungus associations
Mary Jane Epps, North Carolina State University; A. Elizabeth Arnold, The University of Arizona
10:10 AM
Predator identity not diversity determines the top-down suppression of an insect vector of a plant pathogen
Elizabeth Y. Long, University of Missouri; Deborah L. Finke, University of Missouri
10:50 AM
Effects of ontogenetic niche shifts on the structure of small communities
André M. de Roos, University of Amsterdam; Lennart Persson, Umeå University
11:10 AM
Wolves, elk, and willows: Spatial variation in landscape configuration on Yellowstone’s Northern Range
Kristin N. Marshall, NOAA Fisheries; David J. Cooper, Colorado State University; N. Thompson Hobbs, Colorado State University
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