Data from: Invasive species reduces parasite prevalence and neutralizes negative environmental effects on parasitism in a native mosquito

Katie M. Westby, Brenden M. Sweetman, Thomas R. Van Horn, Elizabeth G. Biro & Kim A. Medley
1.Invasive species research often focuses on direct effects of invasion on native ecosystems and less so on complex effects such as those influencing host‐parasite interactions. However, invaders could have important effects on native host‐parasite dynamics. Where infectious stages are ubiquitous and native host‐pathogen specificity is strong, invasive less‐competent hosts may reduce the pool of infectious stages, effectively reducing native host‐parasite encounter rate. Alternatively, invasive species could alter transmission via changes in native species abundance. 2.Biotic...
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