Data from: Contrasting the seasonal and elevational prevalence of generalist avian haemosporidia in co-occurring host species

Josh Lynton-Jenkins & Camille Bonneaud
Understanding the ecology and evolution of parasites is contingent on identifying the selection pressures they face across their infection landscape. Such a task is made challenging by the fact that these pressures will likely vary across time and space, as a result of seasonal and geographical differences in host susceptibility or transmission opportunities. Avian haemosporidian blood parasites are capable of infecting multiple co-occurring hosts within their ranges, yet whether their distribution across time and space...
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