Spatiotemporal variation in drivers of parasitism in a wild wood mouse population

Amy Sweeny, Gregory Albery, Saudamini Venkatesan, Andy Fenton & Amy Pedersen
Host-parasite interactions in nature are driven by a range of factors across several ecological scales, so observed relationships are often context-dependent. Importantly, if these factors vary across space and time, practical sampling limitations can limit or bias inferences, and the relative importance of different drivers can be hard to discern. Here we ask to what degree environmental, host, and within-host influences on parasitism are shaped by spatiotemporal variation. We use a replicated, longitudinal dataset of...
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