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The beta-diversity of interactions between communities does not necessarily correspond to the differences related to their species composition because interactions show greater variability than species co-occurrence. Additionally, the structure of species interaction networks can itself vary over spatial gradients, thereby adding constraints on the dissimilarity of communities in space. We used published data on the parasitism interaction between Soricomorpha and Rodentia in 51 regions of thedoi:10.32942/osf.io/zsnj4 fatcat:rxv7st74xbgstbknvlkz7xemxu