Sexually transmitted infections in natural populations: what have we learnt from beetles and beyond?

Ben Ashby, Jordan Jones, Robert Knell, Greg Hurst

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWildlife Disease Ecology
Subtitle of host publicationLinking Theory to Data and Application
EditorsKenneth Wilson, Andy Fenton, Dan Tompkins
Place of PublicationCambridge, U. K.
PublisherCambridge University Press
Chapter7
Pages187-222
ISBN (Print)9781107136564
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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Ashby, B., Jones, J., Knell, R., & Hurst, G. (2019). Sexually transmitted infections in natural populations: what have we learnt from beetles and beyond? In K. Wilson, A. Fenton, & D. Tompkins (Eds.), Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application (pp. 187-222). Cambridge, U. K.: Cambridge University Press.

Sexually transmitted infections in natural populations: what have we learnt from beetles and beyond? / Ashby, Ben; Jones, Jordan; Knell, Robert; Hurst, Greg.

Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application. ed. / Kenneth Wilson; Andy Fenton; Dan Tompkins. Cambridge, U. K. : Cambridge University Press, 2019. p. 187-222.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Ashby, B, Jones, J, Knell, R & Hurst, G 2019, Sexually transmitted infections in natural populations: what have we learnt from beetles and beyond? in K Wilson, A Fenton & D Tompkins (eds), Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U. K., pp. 187-222.
Ashby B, Jones J, Knell R, Hurst G. Sexually transmitted infections in natural populations: what have we learnt from beetles and beyond? In Wilson K, Fenton A, Tompkins D, editors, Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application. Cambridge, U. K.: Cambridge University Press. 2019. p. 187-222
Ashby, Ben ; Jones, Jordan ; Knell, Robert ; Hurst, Greg. / Sexually transmitted infections in natural populations: what have we learnt from beetles and beyond?. Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application. editor / Kenneth Wilson ; Andy Fenton ; Dan Tompkins. Cambridge, U. K. : Cambridge University Press, 2019. pp. 187-222
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