COS 105 - Behavior: Foraging and Diet II

Thursday, August 11, 2011: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
Ballroom F, Austin Convention Center
1:30 PM
Sight or scent: Sensory reliance in detecting food quality by foraging lemurs reflects differing feeding ecologies
Julie L. Rushmore, University of Georgia; Sara Diana Leonhardt, University of Würzburg; Christine M. Drea, Duke University
1:50 PM
Foraging trade-offs of a generalist fish predator viewed from the landscape-scale
Lauren A. Yeager, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Craig A. Layman, North Carolina State University; Caroline M. Hammerschlag-Peyer, Florida International University
2:10 PM
Resource partitioning among fish mesoconsumers along a marsh-mangrove ecotone: A response to a pulsed seasonal resource subsidy
Ross E. Boucek, Florida International University; Jennifer Rehage, Florida International University
2:50 PM
Evidence for population level-variability in individual ecological specialization in the Three-spine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus)
Lisa K. Snowberg, University of Texas at Austin; Kim M. Hendrix, New Deal High School; Daniel I. Bolnick, University of Texas at Austin
3:10 PM
4:00 PM
Folivores vie for abundant resources: How intrinsic and induced heterogeneities foster competition
Damien Caillaud, The University of Texas at Austin; Margaret C. Crofoot, University of California - Davis; Lauren Ancel Meyers, The University of Texas at Austin
4:20 PM
Temporal trophic segregation between Lincoln's sparrows and White-crowned sparrows in a high elevation habitat
Michaël Beaulieu, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Keith W. Sockman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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