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Coevolution of parasitic arthropods and mammals.

@inproceedings{Kim1985CoevolutionOP,
  title={Coevolution of parasitic arthropods and mammals.},
  author={K. Kim},
  year={1985}
}
EVOLUTION OF PARASITE-HOST SYSTEM. Evolutionary Relationships of Parasitic Arthropods and Mammals (Ke Chung Kim). Coevolution as a Process: What Parasites of Animals and Plants Don't Have in Common (Daniel H. Janzen). Mammals as Evolutionary Partners (Robert M. Timm and Barbara L. Clauson). INSECTA. Patterns of Insect Parasitism in Mammals (K. Kim and P. Adler). Evolution and Host Associations of Anoplura (Ke Chung Kim). Evolution of Mallophaga on Mammals (K. C. Emerson and Rogers D. Price… Expand
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