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Path analyses of cross-sectional and longitudinal data suggest that variability in natural communities of blood-associated parasites is derived from host characteristics and not interspecific interactions

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Altmetric score 1
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  • 46 Mendeley

This article is in the 1st percentile (ranked 154,012th) of the 192,344 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals and the 1st percentile (ranked 86th) of the 120 tracked articles of a similar age in Parasites & Vectors

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