Micromammals and macroparasites: Who is who and how do they interact?

  • Serge Morand
  • Boris R. Krasnov
  • Robert Poulin
  • A. Allan Degen


Small Mammal Parasite Diversity Metazoan Parasite Parasite Species Richness International Biological Programme 
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  • Serge Morand
  • Boris R. Krasnov
  • Robert Poulin
  • A. Allan Degen

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