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Host-parasite relationships of helminth parasites in leeches of the genus Haemopis. II. Associations at the host-species level



Host-parasite relationships of helminth parasites in leeches of the genus Haemopis. II. Associations at the host-species level



Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 102(3): 227-239



Helminth parasites of Haemopis leeches, parasite populations were significantly overdispersed in their hosts and negative binomial distribution provided adequate fit to most of observed parasite frequency distributions, most likely determinants of parasite distribution among different species of leeches are dietary and habitat preferences of hosts

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