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Acokanthera interactions

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posted on 10.09.2020 by Sara Weinstein

Examples of Lophiomys imhausi interacting with Acokanthera schimperi, the African poison arrow tree. Videos provide examples of toxin sequestration behavior in both single and paired animals, as well as other interactions with A. schimperi (e.g., eating flowers). Color footage was recorded using an iPhone 5s (Apple Inc.). Black and white footage was recorded using heat/movement triggered Moultrie A-30 camera traps. Each time a camera was triggered it produced a 15 second video segment. Behavioral sequences longer than 15 seconds derive from multiple sequential clips, edited together in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018.

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NSF-1601362

NSF-1342615

NIH T32AI055434

Smithsonian-Mpala Postdoctoral Fellowship

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