COS 110

Thursday, August 14, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
309/310, Sacramento Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Dolphins teach daughters because daughters teach granddaughters: The evolutionary ecology of sex-biased social learning
Matthew R. Zefferman, National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS)
1:50 PM
 Beyond average: Risk sensitivity in an annual plant
Hagai Shemesh, Tel-Hai Academic College; Efrat Dener, Tel-Hai Academic College
2:10 PM
 Size–based dominance and resource use in an inland American alligator population
Bradley A. Strickland, Mississippi State University; Francisco J. Vilella, U.S. Geological Survey, Mississippi Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit
2:30 PM
 Individual and colony level variation of phorid fly parasitoid host preference in the ant Azteca sercieasur in coffee agroecosystems
Kaitlyn A. Mathis, University of California, Berkeley; Neil D. Tsutsui, University of California, Berkeley
2:50 PM
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Nest fidelity is driven by multi-scale information in a long-lived seabird
Alexandre Robert, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle; Vitor Paiva, Universidade de Coimbra; Mark Bolton, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds; Frédéric Jiguet, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle; Joel Bried, Universidade dos Açores
3:40 PM
 Intraspecific competition reduces foraging precision
Tara K. Rajaniemi, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
4:00 PM
 Does sharing slaves preclude sharing space for socially parasitic slave-making ants?
Joe Sapp, University of California Santa Cruz; Bruce E. Lyon, University of California at Santa Cruz
4:20 PM
 Homing and site fidelity of the symbiotically luminous coral reef fish, Siphamia tubifer
Alison L. Gould, University of Michigan; Saki Harii, University of Ryukyus; Paul V. Dunlap, University of Michigan
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