Thanks for replying. I’d still say that E is more correct than D.
The authors of the LSAT used the words “as willing” in the alleged correct answer.
…”as willing to engage in escalated fighting”…
“As willing” to me means “equally willing”. “More willing” means “unequally willing.”
In Line 57, the passage mentions that spiders in one habitat will be …”more willing” to engage in fighting…than spiders in another habitat.
“As willing” and “more willing” have two different meanings.
E seems to coincide with the “more willing” definition, so I’d say the LSAT authors were very misleading with their choice of words, and that my answer is still the correct one.