Data from: High parasite infection level in non-native invasive species: it is just a matter of time

Marta Kołodziej-Sobocińska, Marcin Brzeziński, Agnieszka Niemczynowicz & Andrzej Zalewski
The Enemy Release Hypothesis is often used to explain the success of non-native species invasions. Growing evidence indicates that parasite or pathogen species richness increases over time in invasive non-native species; however, this increase should not directly translate into release from enemy pressure as infection intensity of parasites (number of parasites per host) has a more profound impact on host fitness. The changes in intensity of parasitic infections in invasive non-native species have not yet...
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