PS 105
Latebreaking: Species Interactions

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Continent wide effects of dingoes on Australian ecosystems
Viyanna Yasmine Leo, University of New South Wales; Mike Letnic, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
 Seasonal and diel activity patterns in two sympatric desert snakes: Saharan sand viper and crowned leaf nose
Jaim Sivan, Achva Academic College; Michael Kam, Ben Gurion University; Allan A. Degen, Ben Gurion University; Avi Rosenstrauch, Achva Academic College
 Using stable isotopes to investigate trophic interactions of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in theĀ Florida Coastal Everglades
Valeria A. Paz, Florida International University; Michael R. Heithaus, Florida International University
 Does red coloration in tropical young leaves limit damage by a fungal pathogen?
Peter Tellez, Tulane University; Sunshine Van Bael, Tulane University; Enith Rojas, Smithosonian Tropical Research Institute
 The effects of male size on dragonfly perch selection and competitive outcomes in Southeastern Virginia
Jessica L. Beard, Old Dominion University; Deborah Waller, Old Dominion University
 Human wildlife interaction and cultural diversity in Terai Arc Landscape, Nepal
Pradeep Khanal, WWF Nepal; Jeff A. Johnson, University of North Texas; Kanchan Thapa, WWF Nepal; Gokarna J. Thapa, WWF Nepal; Shyam K. Shah, Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation; Rajan Rijal, University of North Texas; Ricardo Rozzi, University of North Texas
 The bodyguard: Do hermaphrodite plants shield females from floral parasites?
Laura A. D. Doubleday, University of Massachusetts; Lynn S. Adler, University of Massachusetts
 Terpios hoshinota (Porifera): A black veil of death or an obnoxious neighbor!
Jennifer A. Elliott, Northeastern University; Mark R. Patterson, Northeastern University
 Phylogenetic distance does not predict competitive interactions in protists
Abigail I. Pastore, Florida State University; Henry S. Gwynn, Florida State University
 Exploring plant defenses against herbivory in the Brassicaceae: Tradeoff or joint defense?
Chandler Puritty, Howard University; Mary A. McKenna, Howard University; N. Ivalu Cacho, UNAM; Sharon Y. Strauss, University of California, Davis
 Turf wars: Evaluating competition between calcifying and non-calcifying macroalgae in a coastal upwelling region
Chenchen Shen, Oregon State University; Bruce A. Menge, Oregon State University
 A comparative study of floral traits and pollination biology of milkweed, Asclepias, species in Jamaica and Pennsylvania
Christopher F. Sacchi, Kutztown University of PA; Andrew Houck, Kutztown University; Joseph D. Sacchi, Tufts University
 Acorn removal and dispersal in Californian oak savannas: A mutualism-antagonism continuum
Ramon Perea, Stanford University; Rodolfo Dirzo, Stanford University
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