PS 74
Latebreaking: Behavior

Friday, August 9, 2013: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Are there sex differences in the way fish learn about their environment?
Lauren E. Chaby, Pennsylvania State University; Victoria A. Braithwaite, Pennsylvania State University
 Ecology of the cave-surface behavioral syndrome of Puerto Rican whip spiders
Kenneth J. Chapin, University of California, Los Angeles
 Elucidating the effects of nectar carbohydrate composition on ant behavior
Rande R. Patterson, Rice University; Marion Donald, Rice University; Olivia Ragni, Rice University; Tom E. X. Miller, Rice University
 Interactive effects of predation and competition on dispersal rates
Celina Baines, University of Toronto; Locke Rowe, University of Toronto
 Molecular evidence for pika diet composition in the Columbia River gorge
Mallory S. Lambert, University of Utah; Johanna Varner, University of Utah; M. Denise Dearing, University of Utah
 Observational learning of foraging strategies in Blue Jays
Jonathan S. Keller, University of Minnesota; Emma Rohleder, University of Minnesota; Haley C. Juntunen, University of Minnesota; Timothy Polnaszek, University of Minnesota
 Redefining dispersal boundaries of Siganus fuscescens in the Coral Triangle using genetic methods
Chloe M. Henderson, Brown University; Ni Putu Dian Pertiwi, Udayana University & Indonesian Biodiversity Research Center; Nur Ismu Hidayat, Conservation International; Advisor: Paul Barber, University of California Los Angeles
 Singing on the nest: The occurrence of a paradoxical behavior
Karina Sanchez, Westminster College; Shane McKee, Westminster College; Tricia Shepherd, Westminster College; Christine M. Stracey, Westminster College
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