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Invasive freshwater snails form novel microbial symbioses
Resident microbes (microbiota) can shape host organismal function and adaptation in the face of environmental change. Invasion of new habitats exposes hosts to novel selection pressures, but the impacts on microbiota and their relationship with hosts after this transition (e.g., how rapidly symbioses are formed, whether microbes influence invasion success) are unclear. We used high-throughput 16S rRNA sequencing of New Zealand (native) and European (invasive) populations of the freshwater snaildoi:10.1101/2020.04.29.069013 fatcat:p7vngeldazcvbk3tc3c7uvgkju