Data from: Phenological synchrony shapes pathology in host–parasite systems

Travis McDevitt-Galles, Wynne E. Moss, Dana M. Calhoun & Pieter T. J. Johnson
A key challenge surrounding ongoing climate shifts is to identify how they alter species interactions, including those between hosts and parasites. Because transmission often occurs during critical time windows, shifts in the phenology of either taxa can alter the likelihood of interaction or the resulting pathology. We quantified how phenological synchrony between vulnerable stages of an amphibian host (Pseudacris regilla) and infection by a pathogenic trematode (Ribeiroia ondatrae), determined infection prevalence, parasite load, and host...
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