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Original data for publication: Differences in parasite community composition support ecological differentiation in a freshwater gadoid fish
Alkuperäinen aineisto julkaisulle: Differences in parasite community composition support ecological differentiation in a freshwater gadoid fish
Karvonen, Anssi; Horppila, Petteri; Kuitunen, Jere; Miettinen, Miikka; Ryynänen, Lauri; Marjomäki, Timo (2022). Original data for publication: Differences in parasite community composition support ecological differentiation in a freshwater gadoid fish . V. 12.4.2022. 10.17011/jyx/dataset/80574
The data file contains original data from burbot (Lota lota), captured from two sampling depths, littoral and profundal, in Lake Konnevesi during the breeding season of the fish in 2019-2020. The other variables indicate total body length of the fish (mm), gender, and abundance of 9 metazoan parasite taxa observed in the fish. Column F indicates the mean coverage of cataracts caused by Diplostomum parasites found in the eye lenses (column E).
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