PS 27
Habitat Structure, Fragmentation, Connectivity

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Trophic structure and generalist predator niches in a habitat fragmentation experiment
Julian Resasco, University of Colorado at Boulder; Kika Tuff, University of Colorado at Boulder; Saul Cunningham, CSIRO; Brett A. Melbourne, University of Colorado at Boulder; Andrew Hicks, University of Colorado; Seth D. Newsome, University of New Mexico; Kendi F. Davies, University of Colorado at Boulder
 Habitat fragmentation and genetic variation in the endangered black lion tamarin (Leontopithecus chyrsopygus)
James D. Lewis, Fordham University; Beatriz Perez-Sweeney, Fordham University; Ashley Ansel, Fordham University
 Do fungal communities on prairie plant seeds vary with host identity, fragment size, or both?
Michelle H. Hersh, Sarah Lawrence College; Lauren E. Bizzari, Colby College; Susan Gagliardi, Colby College; Marienne Pinson, Sarah Lawrence College; Cassidy Bernstein, Sarah Lawrence College; Cathy D. Collins, Colby College
 Species and genetic diversity are minimally correlated across a highly fragmented landscape and largely independent of habitat patch size
Janice L. Bossart, Southeastern Louisiana University; Josephine B. Antwi, Texas A&M University
 Smaller effective population size near habitat edge in a specialist herbivore
Amy Battocletti, Georgetown University; Gina Marie Wimp, Georgetown University; Matthew Hamilton, Georgetown University
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