2020
DOI: 10.1017/s0022149x19001147
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Abstract: The distribution of parasites within host populations and communities, and the mechanisms responsible for these patterns, are poorly understood aspects of wildlife parasitology. Here, we evaluate the influence of the average abundance of endoparasite variance, using endoparasites of lizards from the Caatinga domain (semiarid region), north-eastern Brazil. We hypothesized that, due to the high number of generalist endoparasite species, they may occur randomly throughout host populations in an aggregate pattern.… Show more

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“…References: (1) Teixeira et al (2020); (2) Araújo Filho et al (2020); (3) Teixeira et al (2020, 2021); (4) Araújo Filho et al . (2018); (5) Matias et al (2018); (6) Brito et al (2014a, b); (7) Brito et al (2014b)…”
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“…References: (1) Teixeira et al (2020); (2) Araújo Filho et al (2020); (3) Teixeira et al (2020, 2021); (4) Araújo Filho et al . (2018); (5) Matias et al (2018); (6) Brito et al (2014a, b); (7) Brito et al (2014b)…”
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“…References: (1) Araújo Filho et al (2020); (2) Alcantara et al, 2019); (3) Silva et al (2019b); (4) Carvalho et al (2018); (5) Castro Araújo et al (2020); (6) Bursey et al (2010); (7) Oitaven et al (2019)…”
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confidence: 99%
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