Data presented in the paper "Parasites and stable isotopes: a comparative analysis of isotopic discrimination in parasitic trophic interactions"
datasetposted on 09.05.2019 by D.W. (David) Thieltges, M. A. (Anouk) Goedknegt, K. (Katie) O’Dwyer, A. M. (Alistair) Senior, T. (Tsukushi) Kamiya
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We conducted a literature-based comparative analysis using phylogenetically-controlled mixed effects models, accounting for both parasite and host phylogenies, to investigate patterns and potential drivers in Δ13C and Δ15N discrimination factors in metazoan parasitic trophic interactions.