Species accumulation curves and their applications in parasite ecology.

@article{Dove2006SpeciesAC,
  title={Species accumulation curves and their applications in parasite ecology.},
  author={Alistair D. M. Dove and Thomas H Cribb},
  journal={Trends in parasitology},
  year={2006},
  volume={22 12},
  pages={568-74}
}
Species accumulation curves (SACs) chart the increase in recovery of new species as a function of some measure of sampling effort. Studies of parasite diversity can benefit from the application of SACs, both as empirical tools to guide sampling efforts and predict richness, and because their properties are informative about community patterns and the structure of parasite diversity. SACs can be used to infer interactivity in parasite infracommunities, to partition species richness into… CONTINUE READING

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