Estimates of mayfly mortality : is stonefly predation a significant source ?

@article{Kerans1995EstimatesOM,
  title={Estimates of mayfly mortality : is stonefly predation a significant source ?},
  author={B. Kerans and B. Peckarsky and Chester R. Anderson},
  journal={Oikos},
  year={1995},
  volume={74},
  pages={315-323}
}
  • B. Kerans, B. Peckarsky, Chester R. Anderson
  • Published 1995
  • Biology
  • Oikos
  • Kerans, B. L., Peckarsky, B. L. and Anderson, C. 1995. Estimates of mayfly mortality: is stonefly predation a significant source? - Oikos 74: 315-323. Field experiments and surveys were canied out in a Rocky Mountain alpine stream during the summers of 1990 and 1992 to estimate the proportion of natural losses of the mayfly Baetis bicaudatus resulting from the co-occurring, predatory stonefly, Kogotus modestus. Functional response experiments determined the number of prey consumed by male and… CONTINUE READING
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