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Rodent population cycle as a determinant of gastrointestinal nematode abundance in a low-arctic population of the red fox
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-03-22)
We analyzed an 11-year time series (2005–2015) of parasite abundance for three intestinal nematode species in the red fox (<i>Vulpes vulpes</i>) as a function of the multi-annual rodent population cycle in low-arctic Norway, while correcting for other potential covariates that could influence prevalence and abundance. Rodents are paratenic and facultative intermediate hosts for the two Ascarididae ...