PS 84
Latebreaking: Behavior

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Egg recognition and rejection ability of Cyanopica cyana against to artificial eggs of Cuculus canorus
Seok-Jun Son, Kyung Hee University; Jeongchil Yoo, Kyung Hee University; Kibaek Nam, Kyung Hee University; Jinwon Lee, Kyung Hee University; Min Seock Do, Kyung Hee University
 Winter habitat use and temporal segregation by dolphins and porpoises off Maryland, USA
Jessica E. Wingfield, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Michael O'Brien, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Aaron N. Rice, Cornell University; Christi Diamond, Cornell University; Jason Michalec, Cornell University; Frederick Channell, Cornell University; Helen Bailey, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
 Calls reveal population structure of the blue whale across the southwest Pacific Ocean and the southeast Indian Ocean
Naysa Balcazar, University of New South Wales; Holger Klinck, Oregon State University; Sharon Nieukirk, Oregon State University; David Mellinger, Oregon State University; Joy Tripovich, University of New South Wales; Robert Dziak, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Tracey Rogers, University of New South Wales
 Landscape-generated ‘super-spreaders’: How habitat composition and connectivity shape deer social networks
Erin L Koen, Southern Illinois University; Marie I. Tosa, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Clayton Nielsen, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Eric M. Schauber, Southern Illinois University
  Effects of olfactory cues on the foraging behavior of a carabid beetle, Calosoma scrutator, a predator of a forest defoliator 
Kennesha Myrick, Virginia Commonwealth University; Derek M. Johnson, Virginia Commonwealth University
 A first look at using genetics to quantify reproductive success and skew in male sea otters
L. Maxine Tarjan, University of California Santa Cruz; M. Tim Tinker, United States Geological Survey – Western Ecological Research Center; Holly B. Ernest, University of Wyoming
 Cannibalistic behavior during early larval development of the noctuid moth Hadena ectypa
Juannan Zhou, University of Maryland-College Park; Michele R. Dudash, University of Maryland-College Park; Charles B. Fenster, South Dakota State University
 Investigating collective animal movement with unmanned aerial systems
Colin J. Torney, University of Exeter; Leon DeBell, University of Exeter; Grant A. Hopcraft, University of Glasgow; Lacey Hughey, UC Santa Barbara; Douglas McCauley, University of California at Santa Barbara; Elaine Ferguson, University of Glasgow; Andy P. Dobson, Princeton University
 Use of a novel nest substrate in a Neotropical migratory bird, the veery (Catharus fuscescens)
Elizabeth A. Farley-Dawson, Texas Tech University; Kenneth A. Schmidt, Texas Tech University
 Habitat preference of Sceloporus jarrovii (Yarrow’s Spiny Lizard)
Earyn McGee, Howard University; George Middendorf, Howard University
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