One such "case" I know of (although it is not my area of work) is found
with the fish ectoparasites of the genus Lernae. These parasites can be
parasitized by sessile peritrichs and the ones I read about is the
Epistylis. To find out more on this specific topic (Epistylis) you might
try and contact Prof Jo van As at the University of the Orange Free State,
South Africa (VanAsJG at dre.nw.uovs.ac.za).
I read the above in one of his student's Honnours Project in Aquatic
Western Cape Provincial Veterinary Laboratory
Stellenbosch, South Africa
francoisd at wcape.agric.za
Pro Tech <Ascaris75 at NS.hotmail.com> wrote in article
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> Good question. Any answer would be difficult without standardizing on a
> definition of parasite and that, in itself, is a very tough question.
>>> <brianrambo at my-deja.com> wrote in message
> news:95dk9n$8un$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...> > Does anyone know of any parasites that act as a host to a parasite, or
> > possibly a parasite that is particularly susceptible to a disease? A
> > coworker said he has heard of such but can not recall any details.
> > Thanks...
> > Brian
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