Data from: Evidence for carry-over effects of predator exposure on pathogen transmission potential

Olivier Roux, Amelie Vantaux, Benjamin Roche, Koudraogo B. Yameogo, Kounbobr R. Dabiré, Abdoulaye Diabaté, Frederic Simard & Thierry Lefevre
Accumulating evidence indicates that species interactions such as competition and predation can indirectly alter interactions with other community members, including parasites. For example, presence of predators can induce behavioral defenses in the prey, resulting in a change in susceptibility to parasites. Such predator-induced phenotypic changes may be especially pervasive in prey with discrete larval and adult stages for which exposure to predators during larval development can have strong carry-over effects on adult phenotypes. To our...
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