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Discipline Specific Core Concepts is Ecological Core Concepts -- Interspecific interactions -- Mutualism, symbiosis, and commensalism
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View Resource Do Antbirds Help or Hinder Army Ants?

In this activity, students examine the nature of the interaction between army ants and ant-following birds. Ant-following birds benefit from the relationship by staying just ahead of the ants and...

View Resource A ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta), a key agent of seed dispersal in southern Madagascar.

The ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) serves as a key agent of seed dispersal in southern Madagascar, where the landscape is heavily fragmented by agriculture and remaining forest patches are protected...

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View Resource A female silver studded blue butterfly (Plebejus argus) on a shrub in the Donana National Park of southern Spain.

A female silver studded blue butterfly (Plebejus argus) on a shrub in the Donana National Park of southern Spain. P. argus has a mutualistic association with ants of the genus Lasius and uses the...

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View Resource Testing Hypotheses about Herbivore Responses to Plant Vigor and Herbivore Impact on Plant Reproduction

In this laboratory exercise, students examine hypotheses about the interactions between goldenrod plants and the gall-forming insects that feed on them. Students collect and analyze data to determine...

View Resource Species Interaction, Advantageous or Not: the Fig-Wasp relationship

Species interactions can occur along a continuum from mutualism to parasitism and can evolve to different points along this continuum over time. This classroom activity explores this concept by...

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