The Behavioural Ecology of Parasites, edited by E. E. Lewis, J. F. Campbell, and M. V. K. Sukhdeo. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, U.K. 2002. 358 p. Hardcover.

If you have ever wondered why some parasites live where they do, why they have such strange life cycles, how they ever find their hosts, and how they interact with their hosts and with each other, you should read this book. And if you have ever wondered what trematodes might have in common with biting flies or plant-parasitic nematodes, you should read this book. And if, in the course of your demanding scientific life, you have somehow forgotten or mislaid the excitement that comes with considering how many different organisms are parasites and what a huge swath they cut in the natural world, then this book is for you, for your students, and in fact, for most organismal...

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