Data from: Multihost Bartonella parasites display covert host specificity even when transmitted by generalist vectors

Susan M. Withenshaw, Godefroy Devevey, Amy B. Pedersen & Andy Fenton
Many parasites infect multiple sympatric host species, and there is a general assumption that parasite transmission between co-occurring host species is commonplace. Such between-species transmission could be key to parasite persistence within a disease reservoir and is consequently an emerging focus for disease control. However, while a growing body of theory indicates the potential importance of between-species transmission for parasite persistence, conclusive empirical evidence from natural communities is lacking, and the assumption that between-species transmission...
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