Model estimates (±SE) of the probability of a particular termite to be rejected after attack, in Experiment B with both naïve spiders and those that were previously exposed to DB.
Values are relative to the intercept which represents naïve spiders offered brown control termites. Z and P values are indicated for each fixed effect. The lack of any significant interaction between palatability treatment and prior DB exposure suggest that both naïve and exposed spiders responded similarly to the DB treatment. The significance of the main effect of palatability treatment at both DB concentrations indicates that the DB treatment was effective at making termites unpalatable to spiders.