From The Royal Institution.
Parasites are the most abundant form of life on Earth. Find out how biologists survey global parasite biodiversity with the aim of preventing ecosystem collapse.
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Scott L Gardner is curator of parasites in the H. W. Manter Laboratory of Parasitology at the University of Nebraska State Museum and professor of biological sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Gabor Racz is a parasitologist and collection manager in the H. W. Manter Laboratory at the University of Nebraska State Museum.
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