COS 36
Predation And Predator-Prey Interactions II

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
349, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Lions, hyenas, and cheetahs: Spatiotemporal avoidance in a landscape of fear
Alexandra B. Swanson, University of Minnesota; Craig Packer, University of Minnesota
8:20 AM
 Seaweeds protect corals from predatory starfish: Competitors become accomplices as reefs degrade
Cody S. Clements, Georgia Institute of Technology; Mark E. Hay, Georgia Institute of Technology
8:40 AM
 A coral-reef fish alters recruitment in response to native but not invasive predator
Cassandra E. Benkwitt, Oregon State University; Mark A. Hixon, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
9:00 AM
 The effect of intraspecific variation on predator-prey interactions
Jean P. Gibert, University of Nebraska; John P. DeLong, University of Nebraska
9:20 AM
 To eat or not to eat infected food: A bug's dilemma
Liron Goren, Tel-Aviv University; Frida Ben-Ami, Tel-Aviv University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Response to predation risk in a cannibalistic herbivore
Natasha Tigreros, Cornell University; Jennifer Thaler, Cornell University
10:10 AM
 The enemy of my enemy: Indirect interactions influence how marine predators become terrestrial prey on an oceanic island
Sarah K. Thomsen, Simon Fraser University; David J. Green, Simon Fraser University
10:30 AM
 Sea star wasting disease: System-wide collapse of the keystone predator Pisaster ochraceus
Bruce A Menge, Oregon State University; Angela M Johnson, Oregon State University; Elizabeth B. Cerny-Chipman, Oregon State University; Jenna Sullivan, Oregon State University
10:50 AM
11:10 AM
 Scat happens and why wildlife managers need to be aware: Quantifying observer uncertainty in predator dietary analysis
Michael L. Wysong, University of Western Australia; Ayesha Tulloch, Australian National University; Euan G. Ritchie, Deakin University
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