Diversity and evolution of bodyguard manipulation

@article{Maure2013DiversityAE,
  title={Diversity and evolution of bodyguard manipulation},
  author={F. Maure and S. Daoust and J. Brodeur and G. Mitta and F. Thomas},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={216},
  pages={36 - 42}
}
Summary Among the different strategies used by parasites to usurp the behaviour of their host, one of the most fascinating is bodyguard manipulation. While all classic examples of bodyguard manipulation involve insect parasitoids, induced protective behaviours have also evolved in other parasite–host systems, typically as specific dimensions of the total manipulation. For instance, parasites may manipulate the host to reduce host mortality during their development or to avoid predation by non… Expand

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