Temperature and mating in harvestmen

Kasey Fowler-Finn & Todd Johnson
Temperature impacts a wide range of mating behaviours, particularly in ectothermic organisms that tend to havebody temperatures similar to ambient thermal conditions. Here, we test the effects of thermal variation on precopulatory and copulatory behaviour in the harvester Leiobunum politum Weed 1889, which belongs to the group commonly known as daddy longlegs. We ran single choice mating trials across temperatures commonly experienced in the field during the mating season (18 - 34 °C) across two...
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