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  • Aubret F. and R. Shine (2009) Causes and consequences of aggregation by neonatal tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus, Elapidae). Austral Ecology, 34 : 210-217.
  • Aubret F, and Shine R. (2009) Snakes face the heat. Nature, 463, 138-138.
  • Aubret F. and R. Shine (2009) Genetic assimilation and the post-colonisation erosion of phenotypic plasticity in island Tiger snakes. Current Biology, in press.
  • Blanchet S., Thomas F., Loot G. (2009) Reciprocal effects between host phenotype and pathogens : new insights from an old problem. Trends in Parasitology, 25(8) : 364-369.
  • Blanchet S., Leprieur F., Beauchard O., Staes, J., Oberdorff T. and Brosse S. (2009) Broad-scale determinants of non-native fish species richness are context-dependent. Proceedings B. Online first.
  • Blanchet S., Rey O., Berthier P., Lek S., Loot G. (2009) Evidence of parasite-mediated disruptive selection on genetic diversity in a wild fish population. Molecular Ecology. 18 : 1112-1123.
  • Blanchet S., Bernatchez L., Dodson J.J. (2009) Does interspecific competition influence relationships between heterozygosity and fitness-related behaviors in juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) ? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 63 : 605-615.
  • Blanchet S., Méjean L., Bourque J.F., Lek S., Thomas F., Marcogliese D.J., Dodson J.J., Loot G. (2009) Why parasitized hosts look different ? Resolving the “chicken-egg” dilemma. Oecologia. 160 : 37-47.
  • Bleay, C., Wilkes, C. P., Paterson, S., Viney, M. E (2009) The effect of infection history on the fitness of the gastrointestinal nematode Strongyloides ratti. Parasitology. 136 : 567-577.
  • Bonneaud, C., Sepil, I., Milá, B., Buermann, W., Pollinger, J., Sehgal, R.N.M., Valkiūnas, G., Iezhova, T.A., Saatchi, S., Smith, T.B (2009) The prevalence of avian Plasmodium is higher in undisturbed tropical forests of Cameroon. Journal of Tropical Ecology in press. 
  • Cariou M.-L., Lachaise D., Gerlach J., Matyot P., Montchamp C., Legrand D. and McEvey S. F. (2009) Drosophilidae of Seychelles : biogeography, ecology and conservation status. Phelsuma.15:19-30.
  • Cariou M-L, Lachaise D, Matyot P, Gerlach J, Montchamp C, Legrand D, McEvey SF (2009) Familiy Drosophilidae in the monograph “The Diptera of the Seychelles Islands”. Pensoft Publishers.
  • Fawcett, T. W. & Bleay, C (2009)Previous experiences shape adaptive mate preferences. Behavoural Ecology. 20(1) : 68-78.
  • Clobert J., Le Galliard J.-F., Cote J., Meylan S. and M. Massot (2009) Informed dispersal, heterogeneity in animal dispersal syndromes and the dynamics of spatially structured populations. Ecology Letter 12:197-209. 
  • Dreiss A., Guillaume O. and J. Clobert (2009) Diverging cave- and river-dwelling newts exert the same mate preference in their natural light conditions. Ethology, 115 : 1-10.
  • Filippi-Codaccioni O., J. Clobert and R .Julliard (2009) Effects of organic and soil conservation management on specialist bird species. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 129 : 140-143.
  • Fitze P. S., Cote J. and J. Clobert (2009) Mating order dependent changes in female mating preferences in the polygynandrous Common Lizard Lacerta vivipara. Oecologia (in press).
  • Fitze P. S, Cote J, San-Jose L. M, Meylan S., Isaksson C., Andersson S., Rossi J.-M. and J. Clobert (2009) Carotenoid-based Colours Reflect Stress Response in the Common Lizard. Plos One , 4(4):e5111. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005111.
  • Issartel J., Hervant F., de Fraipont M., Clobert J. and Y. Voituron (2009) High anoxia tolerance in the subterranean salamander Proteus anguinus without oxidative stress nor activation of antioxidant defenses during reoxygenation. Journal of Comparative Physiology B Biological Systemic and Environmental Physiology, 179:543-551.
  • Issartel J., Voituron Y., Guillaume O., Clobert J. and F. Hervant (2009) Selection of physiological and metabolic adaptations to food deprivation in the Pyrenean newt Calotriton asper during cave colonisation. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 155 : 77-83.
  • Laloi D. ; Richard M. ; Fédérici P. ; Clobert J. ; Teillac-Deschamps P. and M. Massot (2009) Relationship between female mating strategy, litter success and individual offspring dispersal. Ecology Letters 12 : 823-829.
  • Legrand D, Tenaillon M, Matyot P, Gerlach J, Lachaise D, Cariou M-L (2009) Species-wide genetic variation and demographic history of Drosophila sechellia, a species lacking population structure. Genetics, 182 : 1197–1206.
  • Lepetz V., Massot M., Chaine A. and J. Clobert (2009) Climate warming and evolution of morphotypes in a reptile. Global Change Biology, 15:454-466.
  • Lepetz, V. D. S. Schmeller, M. Massot and J. Clobert (2009) Biodiversity management – how to adequately study species’ responses to climate warming. Biodiversity and Conservation. DOI 10.1007/s10531-009-9636-0.
  • Loyau A. and D. S. Schmeller (2009). Polymorphic microsatellites identified by cross-species amplifications in the European coot Fulica atra. Journal of Ornithology 150(3) : 703-707.
  • Méry F., Varela S.A.M., Danchin, E., Blanchet S., Parejo, D, Coolen I., Wagner R.H. (2009) Public versus personal information for mate copying in an invertebrate. Current Biology. 19 : 730-734.
  • Meylan S., de Fraipont M., Aragon, P., Vercken, E. and J. Clobert (2009) Are dispersal-dependent behavioral traits produced by phenotypic plasticity ? Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A : Ecological Genetics and Physiology, 311 (5) : 377-388.
  • Richard M, Losdat S, Lecomte J, de Fraipont M and J Clobert (2009) Optimal level of inbreeding in the common lizard. Proceeding of the Royal Society of London B 276 (1668) : 2779-2786.
  • Schmeller D.S., Henry P.-Y., Julliard R., Clobert J., Gruber B., Dziock F., Lengyel S., Nowicki P., Déri E., Budrys E., Kull T., Tali K., Bauch B., Settele J., van Swaay C., Kobler A., Babij V., Papastergiadou E. and K. Henle (2009) Advantages of volunteer-based biodiversity monitoring in Europe. Conservation Biology 23 (2) : 307 - 316.
  • Vercken E. and J. Clobert (2009) Female common lizards (Lacerta vivipara) use ventral colour as a signal in social encounters. Herpethological Journal, (in press).
  • Vercken E, Clobert J. and B. Sinervo (2009) Frequency dependent reproductive success in female common lizards : a real-life hawk-dove game ? Oecologia DOI 10.1007/s00442-009-1442-6.
  • Zajitschek F., Bonduriansky R., Zajitschek S. R. K. and R. Brooks (2009) Age-dependent patterns of reproduction and mortality of male and female Black Field crickets, Teleogryllus commodus, in the field. American Naturalist 173(6) : 792-802.
  • Zajitschek S. R. K., Lindholm A., Evans J. P. and R. Brooks (2009) Experimental evidence that high levels of inbreeding depress sperm competitiveness, but not ornamental traits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 : 1338-1345.

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