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Benesh, D. P.: Tapeworm manipulation of copepod behaviour: parasite genotype has a larger effect than host genotype. Biology Letters 15, 20190495 (2019)
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Erin, N.; Benesh, D. P.; Henrich, T.; Samonte, I. E.; Jakobsen, P. J.; Kalbe, M.: Examining the role of parasites in limiting unidirectional gene flow between lake and river sticklebacks. Journal of Animal Ecology 0 (0) (2019)
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Benesh, D. P.: Crowding in the first intermediate host does not affect infection probability in the second host in two helminths. Journal of Helminthology 93 (2), pp. 172 - 176 (2019)
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Benesh, D. P.; Kalbe, M.: Experimental parasite community ecology: intraspecific variation in a large tapeworm affects community assembly. Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (4), pp. 1004 - 1013 (2016)
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Benesh, D. P.; Chubb, J. C.; Parker, G. A.: The trophic vacuum and the evolution of complex life cycles in trophically transmitted helminths. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1793), 20141462 (2014)
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Andreou, D.; Benesh, D. P.: Copulation order, density cues and variance in fertilization success in a cestode. Parasitology 141 (7), pp. 934 - 939 (2014)
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Benesh, D. P.; Weinreich, F.; Kalbe, M.; Milinski, M.: Lifetime inbreeding depression, purging, and mating system evolution in a simultaneous hermaphrodite tapeworm. Evolution 68 (6), pp. 1762 - 1774 (2014)
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Weinreich, F.; Kalbe, M.; Benesh, D. P.: Making the in vitro breeding of Schistocephalus solidus more flexible. Experimental Parasitology 139, pp. 1 - 5 (2014)
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Benesh, D. P.: Parental effects on the larval performance of a tapeworm in its copepod first host. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (8), pp. 1625 - 1633 (2013)
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Henrich, T.; Benesh, D. P.; Kalbe, M.: Hybridization between two cestode species and its consequences for intermediate host range. Parasites & Vectors 6, 33 (2013)
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Benesh, D. P.; Chubb, J. C.; Parker, G. A.: Complex life cycles: why refrain from growth before reproduction in the adult niche? The American Naturalist 181 (1), pp. 39 - 51 (2013)
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Weinreich, F.; Benesh, D. P.; Milinski, M.: Suppression of predation on the intermediate host by two trophically-transmitted parasites when uninfective. Parasitology 140 (1), pp. 129 - 135 (2013)
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Benesh, D. P.; Weinreich, F.; Kalbe, M.: The relationship between larval size and fitness in the tapeworm Schistocephalus solidus: bigger is better? Oikos 121 (9), pp. 1391 - 1399 (2012)
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Benesh, D. P.; Hafer, N.: Growth and ontogeny of the tapeworm Schistocephalus solidus in its copepod first host affects performance in its stickleback second intermediate host. Parasites & Vectors 5 (1), 90 (2012)
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Benesh, D. P.; Chubb, J. C.; Parker, G. A.: Exploitation of the same trophic link favors convergence of larval life-history strategies in complex life cycle helminths. Evolution 65 (8), pp. 2286 - 2299 (2011)
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Benesh, D. P.: Intensity-dependent host mortality: what can it tell us about larval growth strategies in complex life cycle helminths? Parasitology 138 (7), pp. 913 - 925 (2011)
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Benesh, D. P.: Developmental inflexibility of larval tapeworms in response to resource variation. International Journal for Parasitology 40 (4), pp. 487 - 497 (2010)
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Benesh, D. P.: What are the evolutionary constraints on larval growth in a trophically transmitted parasite? Oecologia 162 (3), pp. 599 - 608 (2010)
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Benesh, D. P.; Seppälä, O.; Valtonen, E. T.: Acanthocephalan size and sex affect the modification of intermediate host colouration. Parasitology 136 (8), pp. 847 - 854 (2009)
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Hasu, T.; Benesh, D. P.; Valtonen, E. T.: Differences in parasite susceptibility and costs of resistance between naturally exposed and unexposed host populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 (4), pp. 699 - 707 (2009)
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