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Poster Session #37: Invertebrate Ecology.
Thursday, August 9, 2001. Presentation from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Exhibition Hall
69. NUNES, LUISA1, REGO, FRANCISCO, LEATHER, SIMON, PITE, MARINA, 1 Invertebrate responses to the effects of prescribed fire in a mediterranean shrub land of Portugal.
70. COBB, TYLER1, JAMES, PAUL1, VINEBROOKE, ROLF1, 1 Effects of fire and clear-cut logging on the stability of beetle assemblages in boreal forests.
71. Eaton, Robert1, 1 Effects of organic matter removal, compaction, and competition control on collembola populations in a pine plantation.
72. REHNBERG, BRADLEY1, 1 Infrared warming and forced convective cooling of webs of the fall webworm caterpillar (Hyphantria cunea).
73. VICKERMAN, DANEL1, TRUMBLE, JOHN1, 1 Oviposition, feeding preferences, and survival of Spodoptera exigua on Se-treated alfalfa: Implications for phytoremediation.
74. Camacho -Castillo, Edgar1, Cano-Santana, Zenón 1, 1 The effects of emergence date on the performance in the grasshopper Sphenarium purpurascens (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphidae) in Central Mexico .
75. Haberkern, Kirsten1, Illman, Barbara2, Werner, Richard3, Raffa, Kenneth1, 1 2 3 Fungal associates of an eruptive tree-killing phloeophagous herbivore.
76. San Diego, Nick 1, Camilo, Gerardo1, 1 Management regime, scale, and the diversity of leaflitter arthropod communities in the Missouri Ozarks.
77. Barthel, Matthew1, Nekola, Jeffrey1, 1 Scales of coexistence for terrestrial gastropods within wooded wetlands.
78. Roosa, Brian1, 1 Spatial distribution and courtship behavior in the fairy shrimp Eubranchipus bundyi .
79. Harris, Patricia1, Roosa, Brian1, 1 Where is the "bottom" of a pond? Underground dispersal by amphipods (Crangonyx pseudogracilis) among temporary ponds.
80. GAINES, KAREN1, 1 Are 'sinkholes' aptly named? Larval odonate ecology and adult species diversity in southeastern New Mexico.
81. STEVENS, LAWRENCE1, NORTH, ERIC1, MERETSKY, VICKY2, 1 2 Wings and mucus in space and time: Patterns of invertebrate biogeography in Grand Canyon.