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Louse flies of Eleonora’s falcons that also feed on their prey are evolutionary dead end hosts for blood parasites
Host shifts are widespread among avian haemosporidians, although the success of transmission depends upon parasite?host and parasite?vector compatibility. Insular avifaunas are typically...
About Louse flies of Eleonora’s falcons that also feed on their prey are evolutionary dead end hosts for blood parasites
avian malaria parasites
Unexpected bird–feather mite associations revealed by DNA metabarcoding uncovers a dynamic ecoevolutionary scenario
The high relevance of host–switching for the diversification of highly host–specific symbionts (i.e., those commonly inhabiting a single host species) demands a better understanding...
About Unexpected bird–feather mite associations revealed by DNA metabarcoding uncovers a dynamic ecoevolutionary scenario
The Coevolving Web of Life
One of the major goals for ecologists and evolutionary biologists is to understand how webs of species form, how they change in participants over time, and how they affect evolution. Describing the...
About The Coevolving Web of Life
web of life
Geographical variation in mutualistic networks
Although species and their interactions in unison represent biodiversity and all the ecological and evolutionary processes associated with life, biotic interactions have, contrary to species,...
About Geographical variation in mutualistic networks