Best parasite ecology cartoon of 2015?

Happy New Year!

It’s the first day of the new year, which means that you get to vote on the best parasite ecology cartoon from last year! In 2013, the winner was “Social Networking in Lemurs,” a cartoon about this study that painted lice on lemurs to infer lemur contacts. In 2014, the winner was “Oldest Trick in the Book,” a romantic cartoon about a snail who was castrated by trematodes. Which 2015 cartoon was best?! I’m opening up the voting for these candidates:

Dispersal is like a box of chocolates

forrestgump

Tethered love

SnailTethers

Tastes like chicken

Trex

Crappy relationships:

possumpoo

House (finch), M.D.:

Finch

When snails feel sluggish:

Periwinkle1

The host plant is always greener on the other side:

CaterpillarsTimandWilson

Hasta la vista, Biomphalaria:

hastalavista

You don’t guano know:

PitcherThis

Bring out yer dead (prairie dogs)!:

bringoutyerdead

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