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Stable isotopes identify dispersal patterns of stonefly populations living along stream corridors
SUMMARY 1. Populations in different locations can exchange individuals depending on the distribution and connectivity of suitable habitat, and the dispersal capabilities and behaviour of theExpand
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LIFE HISTORIES AND THE STRENGTHS OF SPECIES INTERACTIONS: COMBINING MORTALITY, GROWTH, AND FECUNDITY EFFECTS
Interactive effects of one species on another may simultaneously influence mortality, growth, and fecundity. To quantify the strength of an interaction between two species, we must therefore useExpand
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Revisiting the classics: considering nonconsumptive effects in textbook examples of predator-prey interactions.
Predator effects on prey dynamics are conventionally studied by measuring changes in prey abundance attributed to consumption by predators. We revisit four classic examples of predator-prey systemsExpand
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Alternative Predator Avoidance Syndromes of Stream‐Dwelling Mayfly Larvae
Experiments were conducted to compare the patterns, mechanisms, and costs of predator avoidance behavior among larvae of five species of mayflies that co-occur with the predatory stoneflies, MegarcysExpand
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Elemental Dynamics in Streams
We discuss elemental dynamics in streams and seek to identify areas where there are critical gaps in our understanding. Both landscape-level processes (e.g., geology, land-use practices, vegetation)Expand
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Reach‐scale manipulations show invertebrate grazers depress algal resources in streams
Experimental tools that enable manipulations of organisms at larger scales allow for comparisons of processes across multiple spatial scales and expand our ability to make predictions aboutExpand
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Fitness and community consequences of avoiding multiple predators
Abstract We investigated the fitness and community consequences of behavioural interactions with multiple predators in a four-trophic-level system. We conducted an experiment in oval flow-throughExpand
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Rapid size-specific changes in the drift of Baetis bicaudatus (Ephemeroptera) caused by alterations in fish odour concentration
Abstract Chemical cues from fish can alter the behaviour of stream invertebrates in experimental tanks but their effect in natural streams has received little attention. By adding brook troutExpand
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Sampling stream invertebrates using electroshocking techniques: implications for basic and applied research
We present a new technique using electrofishing equipment to collect and quantitatively sample stream inver- tebrates. We used an electrofishing machine with a small anode to produce a localizedExpand
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Hydrologic and behavioral constraints on oviposition of stream insects: implications for adult dispersal
Abstract. The supply of recruits plays an important role in plant and animal population dynamics, and may be governed by environmental and behavioral constraints on animals. Mated females of theExpand
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