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Proportion of successful ant captures in <i>C. lineosa</i> and <i>M. hyalinus</i>.

By Ron Rotkopf (297161), Erez David Barkae (297162), Einav Bar-Hanin (297163), Yehonatan Alcalay (297164) and Ofer Ovadia (177905)


<p><i>C. lineosa</i> were more successful in capturing prey when exposed to 40°C, while <i>M. hyalinus</i> were more successful when exposed to 30°C. (Logistic regression, p = 0.001 for the Temperature × Species interaction). No difference was found between the effects of the two ant species.</p

Topics: Evolutionary Biology, ant, captures
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0050884.g004
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