Data from: Phylogenetic signals in host-parasite associations for Neotropical bats and Nearctic desert rodents

Steven J. Presley, Tad Dallas, Brian T. Klingbeil & Michael R. Willig
Hosts and their parasites have strong ecological and evolutionary relationships, with hosts representing habitats and resources for parasites. In the present study, we use approaches developed to evaluate the statistical dependence of species trait values on phylogenetic relationships to determine whether host–parasite relationships (i.e. parasite infections) are contingent on host phylogeny. If host–parasite relationships are contingent on the ability of hosts to provide habitat or resources to parasites, and if host phylogeny is an effective...
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