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Habitat Selection and Gregarious Behaviour in Parasitic Crustaceans

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An Hand des Verhaltens einiger parasitischer Copepoden und Branchiuren afrikanischer Süsswasserfische wird eine Neigung zum Aggregieren beim Wirtsbefall nachgewiesen. Ein festgesetzter Parasit veranlasst andere Parasiten, sich ebenfalls anzusiedeln. Der statistische Beleg für diese Tatsache wird in Tabelle I erbracht. Das Problem der "Standortwahl" wird erörtert und andere Beispiele diskutiert. Die Erkenntnisse, welche über Aggregationsbildungen bei festsitzenden Meeres-tieren gewonnen worden sind, lassen sich offenbar nicht ohne weiteres auf die bei Parasiten angetroffenen Verhältnisse anwenden

Affiliations: 1: Freshwater Biological Association, The Ferry House, Far Sawrey, Ambleside, Westmorland, Great Britain


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