There are certainly some fungi which trap (and eat) nematodes. I m
aware of some research trying to feed the fungus to sheep to protect
them from the parasitic infection of the nematode. Tom McCloud
On Wed, 17 Nov 1999 22:33:31 -0800, "Russell Farris"
<tryggvi at email.msn.com> wrote:
>I know there are viruses that prey on bacteria. Chlamydiae have been found
>in protozoans. Are there other examples of pathogens having pathogens. Are
>there, for example, bacteria that attack helminth worms? Thanks.