Peter Griffin posted in avian malaria • exotic parasites • invasive parasites • native birds on July 18th, 2012.
British scientists who have become the first researchers to document key characteristics for the success of invading parasites, have also cast new light on the spread of avian malaria in New Zealand birds. Their study, published today in Ecology Letters, identifies the factors influencing the success of parasites unintentionally introduced to new environments. The Zoological […]
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