Plant architectural traits influence residence time of a specialist jumping spider

Plant architectural traits influence residence time of a specialist jumping spider

Paula M. de Omena, Tiago N. Bernabé, Mônica F. Kersch-Becker, Fátima C. Recalde, Pablo A. P. Antiqueira, Camila Vieira, Gustavo H. Migliorini, Sandra Benavides-Gordillo, Gustavo Q. Romero

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Agradecimentos: We thank the Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior PNPD-CAPES 2014/04603-4 for financial support

The patch residence time of spiders has long been attributed to prey availability. We provide empirical evidence that plant architecture determines the residence time of a bromeliad-living spider. The residence time of spiders was longer on rosette-shaped

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Plant architectural traits influence residence time of a specialist jumping spider

Paula M. de Omena, Tiago N. Bernabé, Mônica F. Kersch-Becker, Fátima C. Recalde, Pablo A. P. Antiqueira, Camila Vieira, Gustavo H. Migliorini, Sandra Benavides-Gordillo, Gustavo Q. Romero


										

Plant architectural traits influence residence time of a specialist jumping spider

Paula M. de Omena, Tiago N. Bernabé, Mônica F. Kersch-Becker, Fátima C. Recalde, Pablo A. P. Antiqueira, Camila Vieira, Gustavo H. Migliorini, Sandra Benavides-Gordillo, Gustavo Q. Romero

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    Journal of ethology

    Vol. 35, no. 3 (Sept., 2017), p. 313-316