When trophically-transmitted parasites combine predation enhancement with predation suppression to optimize their transmission.
Oikos. 2011; 120:1452-58
Examples abound of parasites that increase the susceptibility of their hosts to predation by a subsequent host. However, few researchers have looked to see if parasites promote host survival during parasite development and amplification stages, before the next infective stage is reached. Such a behavioural change would benefit the...
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