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tesselata, with isopterans consumed most often (71%), followed by orthopterans (43%), homopterans (33%), coleopterans (24%), and arachnids (24%).
jarrovii abruptly shifted in autumn, with considerable increase in isopterans and decrease in formicids (Tables 1 and 2).
Two of the most common foods (coleopterans and isopterans) varied significantly between sexes in length, width, and volume (Table 4).
jarrovii abruptly shifted in autumn, with isopterans increasing considerably and formicids decreasing.