Data from: The rules for symbiont community assembly change along a mutualism-parasitism continuum

James Skelton, Sam Doak, Meredith Leonard, Robert P. Creed & Bryan L. Brown
Symbiont community assembly is driven by host-symbiont and symbiont-symbiont interactions.The effects that symbionts exert on their hosts are often context-dependent and existing theoretical frameworks of symbiont community assembly do not consider the implications of variable outcomes to assembly processes. We hypothesized that symbiont-symbiont interactions become increasingly important along a parasitism/mutualism continuum because; a) negative outcomes favor host resistance which in turn reduces symbiont colonization and subsequently reduce symbiont-symbiont interactions, whereas b) positive host outcomes favor...
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