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Canadian Journal of Zoology77,
Buchholz, R. (
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Clarke, P. L. (
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de Vlas, S. J.,
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Graat, E. A.,
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Hillgarth, N. (
Parasites and female choice in the ring-necked pheasant.
Holmes, J. C. (
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Hudson, P. J.,
Dobson, A. P. and
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Prevention of population cycles by parasite removal.
Kumba, F. F.,
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Seasonal evolution of faecal egg output by gastrointestinal worms in goats on communal farms in eastern Namibia.
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McKenzie, M. E.,
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McLennan, D. A. and
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Parasites and sexual selection: a macroevolutionary perspective.
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Misof, K. (
Diurnal cycle of Isospora spp. oocyst shedding in Eurasian blackbirds (Turdus merula).
Canadian Journal of Zoology82,
Murray, D. L. (
Differential body condition and vulnerability to predation of snowshoe hares.
Journal of Animal Ecology71,
Murray, D. L.,
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Journal of Animal Ecology66,
Newey, S. and
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Heteroxenous coccidia increase the predation risk of parasited rodents.
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The role of parasites in sexual selection: current evidence and future directions.
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