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Oral Session #86: Invasive species: Ants and other invertebrates.
Presiding: J. Morrison
Thursday, August 8. 1:00 PM to 3:45 PM. Greenlee Meeting Room, TCC.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Heller, Nicole*,1, Gordon, Deborah1, 1 Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Nest ecology and behavior of the invasive Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, in Northern California.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Holway, David*,1, Suarez, Andrew2, 1 Division of Biology (EBE), UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA2 Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, Berkeley, CA. Colony structure variation and interspecific competitive ability in the invasive Argentine ant.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] NESS, JOSHUA*,1, 1 Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Linking theory and natural history to predict the impact of invasive ants on native mutualisms.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Carney, Shanna*,1, Byerley, M.1, Farrar, John1, Holway, David2, 1 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO2 University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA. Does size matter? Invasive Argentine ants and the breakdown of seed dispersal mutualisms in California.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Slater, Jason*,1, Allen, Craig1, 1 South Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Clemson, SC. Impacts of the red imported fire ant on herpetofauna populations.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] . Break.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Myers, P. Evans*,1, Allen, Craig1, Horton, P. Mac2, 1 South Carolina Cooperative Research Unit, Clemson University, Clemson, SC2 Clemson Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. Red imported fire ant impacts on Northern Bobwhites.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] LUBERTAZZI, DAVID*,1, TSCHINKEL, WALTER2,5, 1 University of Connecticut, Storrs2 Florida State University, Tallahassee5 . Longleaf pine, habitat conservation and the imported fire ant.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] LYNCH, ANN*,1, 1 email@example.com, FLAGSTAFF, AZ. Spruce aphid: Population dynamics and damage in high elevation habitats in the Southwestern U.S.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Hale, Cindy*,1,2, Frelich, Lee2, Reich, Peter2, 1 The Natural Resources Research Institute, Duluth, Minnesota2 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, St.Paul, Minnesota. Ecological consequences of exotic invaders: European earthworm impacts on native plant communities in hardwood forests.