Effect of electric-shock and anxiolytic treatments on locomotor activity from Anxiety-like behaviour increases safety from fish predation in an amphipod crustacea

Fig. S2 Effect of electric shock and of anxiolytic treatment on swimming activity. (A) Example cumulative traces of the swimming activity of gammarids exposed or not to electric shock and/or to anxiolytic treatment, and (B) Swimming activity is not significantly affected by stress nor anxiolytic treatment, in the experiment with LY354740 at 10 µg.L-1 and 100 µg.L-1 (LY100).