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parasymbiosis (noun, pl. parasymbioses;ecology term) – a secondary symbioses, i. e., a condition in which an additional organism becomes involved with a pre-existing symbiosis (e. g., a lichenicolous fungus); parasymbionts are frequently not damaging their hosts and thus commensalistic.

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