The cost of a bodyguard

@article{Maure2011TheCO,
  title={The cost of a bodyguard},
  author={F. Maure and J. Brodeur and Nicolas Ponlet and J. Doyon and Annabelle Firlej and E. Elguero and F. Thomas},
  journal={Biology Letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={843 - 846}
}
Host manipulation by parasites not only captures the imagination but has important epidemiological implications. The conventional view is that parasites face a trade-off between the benefits of host manipulation and their costs to fitness-related traits, such as longevity and fecundity. However, this trade-off hypothesis remains to be tested. Dinocampus coccinellae is a common parasitic wasp of the spotted lady beetle Coleomegilla maculata. Females deposit a single egg in the haemocoel of the… Expand
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