PS 84
Latebreaking: Species Interactions

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
Cattle compete broadly with grazing and browsing wildlife, but competition is mitigated in the presence of mega-herbivores
Duncan M. Kimuyu, Karatina University; Corinna Riginos, Teton Science Schools; Kari E. Veblen, Utah State University; Truman Young, University of California, Davis
As parasites grow: Relationships between Conopid parasite size and Bombus worker behavior
Amber D. Slatosky, Idaho State University; Rosemary L. Malfi, University of Virginia; T'ai H. Roulston, University of Virginia
Interspecific interactions and range margins: contrasts among interaction types
William Godsoe, Lincoln University; J. Nathaniel Holland, Rice University; Chris Cosner, University of Miami; Bruce Kendall, University of California Santa Barbara; Robert D. Holt, University of Florida
What comes after seed dispersal? Factors controlling seed retrieval by rodents
Ramon Perea, Stanford University; Rodolfo Dirzo, Stanford University; Alfonso San Miguel, Technical University of Madrid; Luis Gil, Technical University of Madrid
Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on plant-mediated interaction between the monarch butterfly and its protozoan parasite
Leiling Tao, Emory University; Camden Gowler, Emory University; Mark D. Hunter, University of Michigan; Jacobus C. de Roode, Emory University
Dynamic switching in attack and defense behaviors between a predator and maternal guardians of its prey
Sinlan Poo, National University of Singapore; Theodore Evans, National University of Singapore; Ming Kai Tan, National University of Singapore; David Bickford, National University of Singapore
Multi-season occupancy of river otters and co-occurrence of semi-aquatic furbearers in Illinois
Angela M. Jackson, Southern Illinois University; Eric C. Hellgren, University of Florida; Clayton K. Nielsen, Southern Illinois University; Eric M. Schauber, Southern Illinois University
Do stressful environments promote mutualism?: A study of teosinte and mycorrhizae
Anna M. O'Brien, University of California, Davis; Jaime Gasca-Pineda, Instituto de Ecologia; Ruairidh JH Sawers, LANGEBIO; Luis Eguiarte, Instituto de Ecologia; Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra, University of California Davis; Sharon Y. Strauss, University of California, Davis
Top-down control disrupts facilitation cascade in a mangrove ecosystem
Andrew H. Altieri, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; L. Viktoria M.M. Frühling, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; Seamus B. Harrison, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
A competition experiment between wintering redstarts and resident Yellow Warblers in Jamaican mangrove forest
Luke L. Powell, National Zoological Park; Peter Marra, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Do patterns of phenotypic variation in nature meet predictions from experiments? A test with wood frog (Rana sylvatica) larvae
Mengyu Guo, Case Western Reserve University; Michael F. Benard, Case Western Reserve University
Mesocarnivore response to wolf presence, prey availability, and snowpack
Kelly J. Sivy, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Casey B. Pozzanghera, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Laura R. Prugh, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Anthropogenic disturbance alters the isotopic niche and interspecific interactions of two sympatric small mammals
Carolyn A. Eckrich, University of Wyoming; Elizabeth A. Flaherty, Purdue University; Merav Ben-David, University of Wyoming
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