Parasite assemblages of Nemadactylus bergi (Pisces: Latridae): the role of larval stages in the short-scale predictability

@article{Rossin2010ParasiteAO,
  title={Parasite assemblages of Nemadactylus bergi (Pisces: Latridae): the role of larval stages in the short-scale predictability},
  author={M. Rossin and J. Timi},
  journal={Parasitology Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={107},
  pages={1373-1379}
}
The short-scale temporal repeatability in the structure and composition of parasite communities of Nemadactylus bergi were analyzed by comparing population and infracommunity descriptors in five samples caught off Mar del Plata, Argentina (38º 27′ S, 57º 90′ W) at intervals of 20 days. This is the first study aiming to detect relevant local or short-term processes in an area where larval endohelminths dominate the parasite assemblages and are expected to provide predictability to the… Expand
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