Anthropogenic and environmental perturbations can impact the interaction between crocodilians and their parasites, resulting in a decrease or increase in parasitism, which can alter trophic dynamics. The purpose of this database is to provide information that can enhance studies of crocodilian phylogeny, biology, and conservation. This may be beneficial for both conservation and other aspects of parasitology and crocodilian research.
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