Interesting perspective on systemic living... :)
"The nematodes, it turns out, are terraformers. They change the community of bacteria and fungi that live on the brood ball, suppressing certain species while boosting others. The bacteria that become more common include species that are known to live in insect guts and help their hosts digest wood and other tough plant fibers. By contrast, many fungi, including species that could potentially infect the beetle larvae, became rarer. In other words, thanks to the nematodes, the larvae are more likely to encounter microbes that aid their digestion and less likely to encounter those that cause them harm."
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