PS 34 - Behavior

Wednesday, August 10, 2011: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Individual foraging specialization in tropical fishes is affected by niche breadth, trophic position, and dominance of food items
Clarissa Brazil-Sousa, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Míriam P. Albrecht, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Ricardo Iglesias-Rios, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Richard Svanbäck, Uppsala University
The macronutrient requirements of a tropical arboreal ant
Lina M. Arcila Hernandez, University of Toronto; Alison Ravenscraft, Stanford University; Gabriel Miller, University of Texas at Austin; Megan Frederickson, University of Toronto
Acoustic monitoring of long term activity in remote marine life habitats of the French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii
Catherine J. Harris, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Marc O. Lammers, University of Hawaii; Lisa M. Munger, University of Hawaii
How pebble size affects logperch (Percina caprodes) foraging behavior
Harriett Brown, University of Missouri; Jeffrey D. Fore, University of Missouri; Douglas B. Noltie, University of Missouri
Effect of enhanced shell structure on functional burrowing traits and dislodgement force in Potamilus alatus
Todd D. Levine, Murray State Universiy; Gary W. Gerald, Nebraska Wesleyan University; Haeley B. Hansen, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Voices in the dark: Predation risk as a cost of dusk singing in a songbird
Kara L. Belinsky, Arcadia University; Kenneth A. Schmidt, Texas Tech University
Effects of canals and levees on fish movement in a seasonal wetland
Michael R. Bush, Florida International University; Joel C. Trexler, Florida International University
Comparing cooperative hunting capabilities of social and sub-social spiders
Gyan P. Harwood, University of British Columbia; Leticia Avilés, University of British Columbia
Rapid assessment method for density of green fluorescent protein-labeled Escherichia coli important to observing small Daphnia
Rachel E. Day, Ashland University; Andrew V. Greene, Ashland University; Patricia A. Saunders, Ashland University
 Assessing the seasonal onset of daily horizontal migration behavior of Daphnia dentifera in Sites Lake, OH
Rachael E. Glover, Ashland University; Patricia A. Saunders, Ashland University
Impacts of an invasive turtle species (Trachemys scripta) on basking behavior of the western pond turtle (Emys marmorata) in an urban waterway
Desirae M. Weyland, Texas State University; Darren Minier, University of California, Davis; H. Bradley Shaffer, University of California - Los Angeles
Effects of consanguineous marriages on offspring survival among Sumbanese in Indonesia
Hana Furusawa, The University of Tokyo; Yasuo Ihara, The University of Tokyo; Augustinus Soemantri, Diponegoro University; Takafumi Ishida, The University of Tokyo
Temperature effects on burrowing behavior of Potamalis alatus, the Pinkheelsplitter, a freshwater mussel abundant in Kentucky Lake
Jennifer E. Block, Murray State University; Todd D. Levine, Murray State Universiy; Gary Gerald, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Use of an amplitude gradient during vibration localization by a small plant-dwelling insect
Caitlin A. Swatek, University of Missouri; Jeremy S. Gibson, University of Missouri; Reginald B. Cocroft, University of Missouri
Intraspecific variation in alarm calls of a social subterranean rodent, Spalacopus cyanus
Monica L. Stewart, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Loren D. Hayes, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Rodrigo A. Vasquez, Instituto de Ecologia y Biodiversidad; Mauricio Soto Gamboa, Instituto de Ecología y Evolución,
Spatial differences in worker behaviors within nest for S. invicta
Rachel Grotte, University of Texas at San Antonio
Behavioral syndromes of dairy cattle (Bos taurus) across familiar and unfamiliar foraging environments
Santiago A. Utsumi, Michigan State University; Andres F. Cibils, New Mexico State University
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