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2021 publications & in press papers (last update: January 15th, 2021)

Articles in peer reviewed journals (rank A)

Allio R., Nabholz B., Wanke S., Chomicki G., Pérez-Escobar O.A., Cotton A.M., Clamens A.-L., Kergoat G.J., Sperling F.A.H. & Condamine F.L. 2021. Genome-wide macroevolutionary signatures of key innovations in butterflies colonizing new host plants. Nature Communications 12(1): 354 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-20507-3)

Ayllón D., Railsback S.F., Gallagher C., Augusiak J., Baveco H., Berger U., Charles S., Martin R., Focks A., Galic N., Liu C., van Loon E.E., Nabe-Nielsen J., Piou C., Polhill J.G., Preuss T.G., Radchuk V., Schmolke A., Stadnicka-Michalak J., Thorbek P. & Grimm V. 2021. Keeping modelling notebooks with TRACE: Good for you and good for environmental research and management support. Environmental Modelling & Software 136: 104932 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2020.10493

Bogaerts‐Márquez M., Guirao‐Rico S., Gautier M. & González J. sous presse. Temperature, rainfall and wind variables underlie environmental adaptation in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Ecology: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.15783

Cruaud A., Delvare G., Nidelet S., Sauné L., Ratnasingham S., Chartois M., Blaimer B.B., Gates M., Brady S.G., Faure S., van Noort S., Rossi J.-P. & Rasplus J.-Y. sous presse. Ultra‐Conserved Elements and morphology reciprocally illuminate conflicting phylogenetic hypotheses in Chalcididae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea). Cladistics: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cla.12416

Dorkeld F., Streiff R., Kerdelhué C. & Ogliastro M. 2021. Coding-complete genomes of an iteradensovirus and an alphapermutotetra-like virus identified from the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa in Portugal. Microbiology Resource Announcement 9: e01163-20 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1128/MRA.01163-20)

Fakhrzadeh N., Lotfalizadeh H. & Delvare G. sous presse. Extending Afrotropical endemism: two species of Epitranus Walker, 1832 (Hymenoptera: Chalcididae) in the Palaearctic region. Oriental Insects: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00305316.2020.1767707)

Georgiev G., Rousselet J., Laparie M., Robinet C., Georgieva M., Zaemdzhikova G., Roques A., Bernard A., Poitou L., Buradino M., Kerdelhué C., Rossi J.-P., Matova M., Boyadzhiev P. & Mirchev P. sous presse. Comparative studies of egg parasitoids of the pine processionary moth (Thaumetopoea pityocampa, Den. & Schiff.) in historic and expansion areas in France and Bulgaria. Forestry: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/forestry/cpaa022)

Hamidovitch A., Etougbétché* J., Tonouhéwa A.B.N., Galal L., Dobigny G., Houéménou G., Da Zoclanclounon H., Amagbénon R., Laléyè A., Fiévet N., Piry S., Berthier K., Pena H.F.J., Dardé M.L. & Mercier A. sous presse. A hotspot of Toxoplasma gondii Africa 1 lineage in Benin: how new genotypes from West Africa contribute to understand the parasite diversity worldwide. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0008980)

Hánová A., Konečný A., Nicolas V., Denys C., Granjon L., Lavrenchenko L.A., Šumbera R., Mikula O. & Bryja J. 2021. Multilocus phylogeny of African striped grass mice (Lemniscomys): stripe pattern only partly reflects evolutionary relationships. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 155: 107007 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2020.107007)

Kamiński M.J., Lumen R., Kanda K., Iwan D., Johnston M.A., Kergoat G.J., Bouchard P., Bai X.L., Li X.M., Ren G.D. & Smith A.D. sous presse. Reevaluation of Blapimorpha and Opatrinae: addressing a major phylogeny‐classification gap in darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Blaptinae). Systematic Entomology: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/syen.12453)

Kehoe R., Frago E. & Sanders D. sous presse. Cascading extinctions as a hidden driver of insect decline. Ecological Entomology: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/een.12985)

Li X.-M., Bai X.-L., Kergoat G.J., Pan Z. & Ren G.D. sous presse. Phylogenetics, historical biogeography and molecular species delimitation of the genus Gnaptorina Reitter, 1887 (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Blaptini). Systematic Entomology: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/syen.12459)

Ndiaye A., Bal A.B., Chailleux A., Garba M., Brévault T. & Gauthier N. sous presse. Range-wide mitochondrial genetic homogeneity in the invasive South American tomato pinworm, Tuta absoluta (Meyrick, 1917) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae), with a focus on Africa. African Entomology 28(2): sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.4001/003.028.0000)

Rasplus J.-Y., Rodriguez L.J., Sauné L., Peng Y.Q., Bain A., Kjellberg F., Harrison R.D., Pereira R.A.S., Ubaidillah R., Tollon‐Cordet C., Gautier M., Rossi J.-P. & Cruaud A. sous presse. Exploring systematic biases, rooting methods and morphological evidence to unravel the evolutionary history of the genus Ficus (Moraceae). Cladistics: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cla.12443)

Rougemont Q., Dolo V., Oger A., Besnard A.-L., Huteau D., Coutellec M.-A., Perrier C., Launey S. & Evanno G. sous presse. Riverscape genetics in brook lamprey: genetic diversity is less influenced by river fragmentation than by gene flow with the anadromous ecotype. Heredity: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41437-020-00367-9)

Sanders D., Frago E., Kehoe R., Patterson C. & Gaston K.J. 2021. A meta-analysis of biological impacts of artificial light at night. Nature Ecology & Evolution 5(1): 74-81 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-01322-x)

Tixier M.-S., Perez Martinez S. & Douin M. 2021. Markers for life traits: the example of variations in morphology, molecular and amino acid sequences within the species Typhlodromus (Anthoseius) recki Wainstein (Acari: Mesostigmata: Phytoseiidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 132(1): 53–73 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/biolinnean/blaa103/5998536)

Tournayre* O., Leuchtmann M., Galan M., Trillat M., Piry S., Pinaud D., Filippi‐Codaccioni O., Pontier D. & Charbonnel N. sous presse. eDNA metabarcoding reveals a core and secondary diets of the greater horseshoe bat with strong spatio‐temporal plasticity. Environmental DNA: sous presse (http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/edn3.167)

Urvois* T., Auger-Rozenberg M.-A., Roques A., Rossi J.-P. & Kerdelhué C. sous presse. Climate change impact on the potential geographical distribution of two invading Xylosandrus ambrosia beetles. Scientific Reports: 80157 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-80157-9)

 

Articles in non-peer reviewed or non-indexed journals

Cakir S., Tixier M.-S., & Ozman-Sullivan S. K. 2020. Phytoseiid species (Acari: Phytoseiidae) on walnut trees in Samsun Province, Turkey. Acarological studies  2(1): 24-33.

Charbonnel N. 2020. Rongeurs et pathogènes: un monde d’interactions. Dossier de Presse INRAE ‘One Health, une seule santé pour la Terre, les animaux et les Hommes’.     https://www.inrae.fr/sites/default/files/inrae-dp-one_health-web.pdf.

Dobigny G. 2020. Maladies émergentes : d'où viendra la prochaine menace ? The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/maladies-emergentes-dorigine-animale-dou-viendra-la-prochaine-menace-136208. Date: 14 Mai 2020.

Foucart A., Gay P.-E., & Piou C. 2020. L’invasion du Criquet pèlerin en Afrique de l’Est : récurrence d’un phénomène historique. Passion Entomologie: https://passion-entomologie.fr/2020-invasion-historique-du-criquet-pelerin/. Date: 08/06/2020.

Henry M., Charbonnel N., & Petit E. 2020. Chauves-souris soit, qui mal y pense. INRAE Actualités: https://www.inrae.fr/actualites/chauves-souris-vrai-faux. Date: 07 juillet 2020.

Matocq A., Streito J.-C., & Pluot-Sigwalt D. 2020. Une nouvelle espèce d’Afrovannius Gorczyca de l’île de la Réunion (Hemiptera, Miridae, Cylapinae, Vanniini). Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France  125(2): 193-197. doi:ISSN 0037-928X. (https://doi.org/10.32475/bsef_2119).

Mouttet R., Haran J., Borianu M., Meregalli M., Taddei A., Panchaud K., Vernier F., & Streito J.-C. 2020. Aclees sp. ravageur des Figuiers établi en France métropolitaine (Coleoptera Curculionidae). L’Entomologiste  76(2): 65-68.

Mouttet R., Haran J., & Streito J.-C. 2020. L’espèce du genre Aclees introduite en France est Aclees taiwanensis Kôno, 1933 (Coleoptera Curculionidae). L'Entomologiste  76(3): 189.

Piou C. 2020a. Cyril Piou : « Contre les invasions de criquets, il faut miser sur la prévention ». Communiqué de presse CIRAD:  https://www.cirad.fr/actualites/toutes-les-actualites/articles/2020/questions-a/invasion-de-criquets-en-afrique-de-l-est. Date: 6/02/2020.

Piou C. 2020b. Invasion de criquets : renforcer la recherche et la formation pour une prévention permanente. Communiqué de presse CIRAD: https://www.cirad.fr/actualites/toutes-les-actualites/communiques-de-presse/2020/invasion-ravageurs-afrique. Date: 10/06/2020.

Piou C. 2020c. L’invasion de criquets pèlerins menace l’Afrique de l’Ouest. Communiqué de presse CIRAD: https://www.cirad.fr/actualites/toutes-les-actualites/communiques-de-presse/2020/estimation-risques-essaims-tchad. Date: 14/04/2020.

Piou C. 2020d. Locust invasions are cyclical: African states shouldn’t be caught napping. The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/locust-invasions-are-cyclical-african-states-shouldnt-be-caught-napping-130883. Date: 3 février 2020.

Piou C. 2020e. Modélisation du risque d’arrivée d’essaims au Tchad au premier semestre 2020. https://locustcirad.wordpress.com/forecast/. Date: 1 avril 2020.

Streito J.-C., Balmès V., Kervella J., & Le Sann H. 2020. Un nouveau tigre pour la faune de France : Dictyla indigena (Wollaston, 1858) (Hemiptera Tingidae). L’Entomologiste  76(2): 121-124.

Streito J.-C., Chartois M., Pierre É., & Rossi J.-P. 2020. Beware the brown marmorated stink bug! / Gare à la Punaise diabolique ! / Attenzione alla cimice marmorata! / Atenção ao sugador-castanho-marmoreado! / ¡Cuidado con la chinche hedionda marrón marmoleada! / Hüten Sie sich vor der Marmorierten Baumwanze! IVES Technical Reviews. doi:https://doi.org/10.20870/IVES-TR.2020.3304 Date: 23 Avril 2020.

Toure M., Kwadjo K. E., DoumbiaM., Kreiter S., & Kra K. D. 2020. Diversité des coccinelles (Coléoptères : Coccinellidae) prédatrices dans les vergers de papayer (Caricapapaya L.) en Côte d’Ivoire. Afrique SCIENCE  16(1): 271-278. doi:ISSN 1813-548X.

 

Oral communications

Choplin A., & Dobigny G. 2020. Dans le monde de demain...Comment gérer pollution et déchets pour préserver la santé des habitants ? Cycle de conférences "Dans le monde de demain", IRD. 11 Juin 2020.  Conférence / débat en ligne.

 

Invited lectures

 

Books and book chapters

Frago E., Zytynskac S. E., & Fatourosd N. E. 2020. Microbial symbionts of herbivorous species across the insect tree. In: Oliver K. M. & Russell J. A. (Eds.), Advances in insect physiology- Mechanisms underlying microbial symbiosis: Elsevier Ltd. Vol. 58, pp. 112-146.

Perrier C., Caizergues A., & Charmentier A. 2020. Adaptation genomics in urban environments. In: Szulkin M., Munshi-South J. & Charmentier A. (Eds.), Urban Evolutionary Biology Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. 74-90.

Ris N., Pierre É., & Streito J.-C. 2020. Systématique intégrative et adaptation des auxiliaires à leurs hôtes. In: Fauvergue X., Rusch A., Barret M., Bardin M., Jacquin-Joly E., Malausa T. & Lannou C. (Eds.), Biocontrôle - Éléments pour une protection agroécologique des cultures Versailles, France: Éditions Quæ pp. 21-35, 376 pp.

Sorribas F. J., Djian-Caporalino C., & Mateille T. 2020. Chapter 5 - Nématodes. In: Gullino M. L., Albajes R. & Nicot P. C. (Eds.), Integrated pest and disease management in greenhouse crops -Second Edition Cham, Switzerland: Springer pp. 147-174.

Posters
 
Computer programs
 
Theses

Houemenou H. 2020. Qualité des eaux souterraines et de surface dans la métropole de Cotonou au sud du Bénin. Implications pour la leptospirose. (Doctorat), Université d'Avignon, France.  127 pp.