Data from: Black spot infection in juvenile steelhead trout increases with stream temperature in northern California

Cody J. Schaaf, Suzanne J. Kelson, Sébastien C. Nusslé & Stephanie M. Carlson
Climate change will increase water temperature in rivers and streams that provide critical habitat for imperiled species. Warmer water temperatures will influence the intensity and nature of biotic interactions, including parasitism. To better understand the factors influencing a neascus-type parasitic infection known as black spot disease, we examined the relationship between infection rate in juvenile steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), abundance of another intermediate host (ramshorn snail, Planorbella trivolvis), and water temperature. We quantified infection patterns...
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