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Conspecifics, not pollen, reduce omnivore prey consumption

conspecifics on cordgrass flowers (S. Rinehart and J.D. Long unpublished data), suggesting that cordgrass flowers may be a hub of ladybeetle intraspecific interactions (e.g. mating and territoriality). All field ... been observed consuming leafhoppers under laboratory or field conditions (S. Rinehart and J.D. Long personal observation). All plots started with at least four flowering cordgrass stems, a cordgrass stem