Parasites can affect ecological processes from the individual to the ecosystem level

Close-up of a horned passalus beetle. By Beth Gavrilles A common woodland beetle that plays an important role in the decomposition of fallen trees may be getting a boost from a surprising source: parasites. New research from the University of Georgia found that horned passalus beetles infected with a nematode...

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