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Sublethal effects of natural parasitism act through maternal, but not paternal; reproductive success in a wild population

TitleSublethal effects of natural parasitism act through maternal, but not paternal; reproductive success in a wild population
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsHicks O, Green JA, Daunt F, Cunningham EJA, Newell M, Butler A, Burthe SJ
JournalEcology
Volume100
PaginationArticle No. e02772

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