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that the phoresy by pseudoscorpions was a result of their predaceous nature, phoresy in rhabditids is probably ‘motivated’ by the advantages in reaching and colonising a new habitat. That this association can be highly specialised is shown by the constant presence of a Fig. 2. A

In: Nematology

explains how they were successful in colonising animal hosts from evolutionary lines of free-living nematode groups. Recent results on 18S rRNA gene sequencing and corresponding phylogenetic analyses show how the adaptation of a parasitic way of life was acquired by different free-living nematode groups

In: Nematology