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Keywords Amphipod, Bay of Fundy, Calidris pusilla, Corophium volutator, Host behavior, Nematodes, Parasite manipulation, Sandpipers, Skrjabinoclava morrisoni
Journal Behavioral Ecology
Citation
McCurdy, D.G. (Dean G.), Forbes, M, & Boates, J.S. (J. Sherman). (1999). Evidence that the parasitic nematode Skrjabinoclava manipulates host Corophium behavior to increase transmission to the sandpiper, Calidris pusilla. Behavioral Ecology, 10(4), 351–357.