PS 39
Invasion: Species Interactions

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
 Invasive ants cause size-biased differences in seed survival
Jennifer L. Chandler, Michigan State University; John L. Orrock, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Julian Resasco, University of Colorado at Boulder
 Experimental evidence for contemporary production of a triploid agamospermous hybrid between European and Japanese dandelions through backcrossing
Chika Mitsuyuki, Kyushu University; Akihiko Hoya, National Museum of Nature and Science; Hiroyuki Shibaike, National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences; Tetsukazu Yahara, Kyushu University
 Habitat disturbance and invasive fire ants: testing the passenger/driver hypothesis in a longleaf pine savanna
Julian Resasco, University of Colorado at Boulder; Viviana Penuela, University of South Florida; Douglas J. Levey, National Science Foundation
 Discerning the influence of earthworms on ground-nesting warblers
Tami S. Ransom, Salisbury University; Jared Lausen, Salisbury University; Eric B. Liebgold, Salisbury University
 Does functional form of non-native invaders influence plant species composition along a climatic gradient?
Katherine L. Zaiger, Oklahoma State University; Karen R. Hickman, Oklahoma State University; Gail W.T. Wilson, Oklahoma State University; James D. Bever, Indiana University; Peggy A. Schultz, Indiana University
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