COS 59
Behavior: Foraging And Diet II

Wednesday, August 12, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
303, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM Cancelled
 Insects as important delicacy for birds: Expanding our knowledge of insect diet of birds in the tropics
Georgina S. Mwansat, University of Jos, Jos. Plateau State, Nigeria; Longtong G. Turshak, University of Jos, Jos. Plateau State, Nigeria
8:20 AM
 Shrew responses to experimental manipulation of downed woody debris in boreal forests
Anjali D. Karve, University of Toronto; Jay R. Malcolm, University of Toronto
8:40 AM
 Functional traits may predict resilience to climate change among native bees accessing non-floral sugars in a California Mediterranean habitat
Joan Meiners, Utah State University & USDA-ARS Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory; Terry L. Griswold, USDA; S.K. Morgan Ernest, University of Florida
9:00 AM
 Urban expansion drives niche expansion of a top carnivore (Puma concolor)
Wynne E. Moss, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Mathew W. Alldredge, Colorado Parks & Wildlife; Jonathan N. Pauli, University of Wisconsin-Madison
9:20 AM
 To follow or not? How animals in fusion-fission societies handle conflicting information during group decision-making
Jerod A. Merkle, University of Wyoming; Marie Sigaud, Université Laval; Daniel Fortin, Université Laval
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Parasitized honey bees are less likely to forage and carry less pollen
Lori Lach, James Cook University; Madlen Kratz, University of Western Australia; Boris Baer, University of Western Australia
10:10 AM Cancelled
 When attention deficit pays: Bumble bee foraging breadth expands to compensate for declining flower resources under climate change
Nicole Miller-Struttmann, University of Missouri-Columbia; Ricardo M. Holdo, University of Missouri; James D. Franklin, University of Missouri; Peter G. Kevan, University of Guelph; Candace Galen, University of Missouri-Columbia
10:30 AM
 Declines in submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) and potential implications for wintering manatees (Trichechus manatus latirostris)
Chanda Littles, University of Florida; Thomas K. Frazer, University of Florida; Sky Notestein, Southwest Florida Water Management District; Daniel H. Slone, U.S. Geological Survey; James P. Reid, U.S. Geological Survey; Susan Butler, U.S. Geological Survey; Robert K. Bonde, U.S. Geological Survey; Charles A. Jacoby, University of Florida
11:10 AM Cancelled
 Influence of the cognitive map on patterns of coyote resource selection
E. Hance Ellington, Trent University; Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau, Trent University; Dennis Murray, Trent University
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