Title

Species and Population-Level Differences in Submersion Tolerance Among Riparian and Non-Riparian Spiders

Item Type

Poster

Location

Elaine Langone Center, Terrace Room

Start Date

11-11-2016 8:00 PM

End Date

11-11-2016 9:59 PM

Keywords

submergence tolerance, flooding, species differences, local adaptation

Description

Spiders that inhabit dynamic boundaries between terrestrial and lotic systems are under constant risk of flooding. Many species may have evolved adaptations to respond to rising water either through avoidance or submersion tolerance. Mechanisms for coping

Language

eng

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Species and Population-Level Differences in Submersion Tolerance Among Riparian and Non-Riparian Spiders

Elaine Langone Center, Terrace Room

Spiders that inhabit dynamic boundaries between terrestrial and lotic systems are under constant risk of flooding. Many species may have evolved adaptations to respond to rising water either through avoidance or submersion tolerance. Mechanisms for coping