Functional Responses and Interference within and between Year Classes of a Dragonfly Population

@inproceedings{Crowley1989FunctionalRA,
  title={Functional Responses and Interference within and between Year Classes of a Dragonfly Population},
  author={Philip H. Crowley and Elizabeth K. Martin},
  year={1989}
}
In a laboratory study of the dragonfly Tetragoneuria cynosura (Say) (Odonata: Corduliidae), we measured the feeding rates of second-year-class larvae (Tc2) as a function of Tc2 density and of the density of their first-year-class conspecific prey (Tc1). The experiments were conducted for 24 hr in small, structurally simple, cylindrical plastic aquaria within a controlled environment chamber under a 14L:10D photoperiod. The resulting functional response to prey density followed the decelerated… CONTINUE READING

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