Data from: Habitat fragmentation alters the properties of a host-parasite network: rodents and their helminths in South-East Asia

Frédéric Bordes, Serge Morand, Shai Pilosof, Julien Claude, Jean-François Cosson, Yannick Chaval, Alexis Ribas, Kittipong Chaisiri, Kim Blasdell, Annelise Tran, Stéphane Dupuy & Boris R. Krasnov
1. While the effects of deforestation and habitat fragmentation on parasite prevalence or richness are well investigated, host–parasite networks are still understudied despite their importance in understanding the mechanisms of these major disturbances. Because fragmentation may negatively impact species occupancy, abundance and co-occurrence, we predict a link between spatiotemporal changes in habitat and the architecture of host–parasite networks. 2. For this, we used an extensive data set on 16 rodent species and 29 helminth species...
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