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ries are more complicated than the concept of "horny, handsome, warriors, and discreetly discerning damsels," Roughgarden will explain how selection follows social relationships, not showy traits.

Rounding out the presentations, "Their own worst enemy: How lions survive in a world filled with other lions," will be presented by Craig Packer (University of MinnesotaSt Paul). According to Packer, lions live in one of the most complex social systems of any mammal. He will discuss how male-male and female-female relationships and the expansive habitat in which lions live force them into "gang membership" in order to survive.

For more information about this session, and other ESA Annual Meeting activities, visit the ESA meeting homepage at: http://www.esa.org/portland. The theme for the meeting is "Lessons of Lewis and Clark: Ecological Exploration of Inhabited Landscapes." Close to 4,000 scientists are expected to attend.


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Contact: Annie Drinkard
annie@esa.org
Ecological Society of America
4-Aug-2004


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