Samedi 16 Février 2019

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  • Simier M,

    Ecoutin J,

    Tito de Morais L,


    The PPEAO experimental fishing dataset: Fish from West African estuaries, lagoons and reservoirs

    Biodiversity Data Journal

    This paper describes a dataset of fish, crustacean and mollusc occurrences extracted from the “Experimental Fishing” section of the IRD’s PPEAO information system. PPEAO stands for “Fish communities and artisanal fisheries of West African estuarine, lagoon and freshwater ecosystems”. This database c…

    Keywords :

    Coastal area,



    Experimental fishing,




    Reservoir lake,

    Tropical area,

    West Africa,

  • Goncalves A,

    García M,

    Heuertz M,

    González-Martínez S,


    Demographic history and spatial genetic structure in a remnant population of the subtropical tree Anadenanthera colubrina var. cebil (Griseb.) Altschu…

    Annals of Forest Science

    Key message: A remnant population of Anadenanthera colubrina var. cebil in Northern Argentina showed a mixed mating system, high genetic diversity, and moderate spatial genetic structure, which was stronger in saplings than in adults. Demographic history analyses revealed an ancient population expan…

    Keywords :

    Demographic modelling,

    Fine-scale spatial genetic structure,

    Genetic diversity,



    Paranaense biogeographic province,

  • Dillen M,

    Groom Q,

    Chagnoux S,

    Güntsch A,

    Hardisty A,

    Haston E,

    Livermore L,

    Runnel V,

    Schulman L,

    Willemse L,

    Wu Z,

    Phillips S,


    A benchmark dataset of herbarium specimen images with label data

    Biodiversity Data Journal

    Background: More and more herbaria are digitising their collections. Images of specimens are made available online to facilitate access to them and allow extraction of information from them. Transcription of the data written on specimens is critical for general discoverability and enables incorporat…

  • Rey C,

    Noguerales V,

    García-Navas V,


    Ecological and phenotypic divergence in Iberian shrews (Soricidae)

    Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research

    There are examples of coexisting species with similar morphology and ecology, in apparent contradiction to competition theory. Shrews (Soricidae) are a paradigmatic example of this because members of this group exhibit a conserved body form, relatively low variability in lifestyle, and, in many case…

    Keywords :


    geometric morphometrics,


    niche conservatism,


  • Faillettaz R,

    Beaugrand G,

    Goberville E,

    Kirby R,


    Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillations drive the basin-scale distribution of Atlantic bluefin tuna

    Science Advances

    The Atlantic bluefin tuna (hereafter referred to as “bluefin tuna”), one of the world’s most valuable and exploited fish species, has been declining in abundance throughout the Atlantic from the 1960s until the mid-2000s. Following the establishment of drastic management measures, the stock has star…

  • Mavárez J,

    Bézy S,

    Goeury T,

    Fernández A,

    Aubert S,


    Current and future distributions of Espeletiinae (Asteraceae) in the Venezuelan Andes based on statistical downscaling of climatic variables and niche…

    Plant Ecology & Diversity

    Background: Páramos are the high-elevation ecosystems of the humid tropical Andes, characterised by the presence of giant rosettes of the Espeletiinae subtribe (Asteraceae). Forecasted climate change is likely to reduce the extent of the area climatically suitable/occupied currently by Espeletiinae …

    Keywords :

    Cordillera de Mérida,


    elevation shifts,

    niche modelling,

    statistical downscaling,




    Hotspots of seabirds and marine mammals between New Zealand and the Ross Gyre: importance of hydrographic features

    Advances in Polar Science

    This article is part of our long-term study on the quantitative at-sea distribution of the marine “upper trophic levels”—seabirds and marine mammals—in polar ecosystems, aiming at quantifying the factors influencing their distribution as well as detecting possible spatial and temporal changes, with …

    Keywords :

    hydrographic features,

    seabird at-sea distribution,

    transect from New Zealand to Antarctica,

  • Hünicken L,

    Abrameto M,

    Bonel N,


    Corbicula at its southernmost invasion front in Patagonia: unusual low density and asymmetric trait responses to varying environmental conditions

    Journal of Molluscan Studies

    Freshwater clams of the genus Corbicula are successful global invaders, but the processes that determine their geographic range limits remain poorly understood. Here we explored how this invasive clam responds to varying environmental pressures at the southernmost invasion front of its global distri…

  • Estrada-Peña A,

    Adkin A,

    Bertolini S,

    Cook C,

    Crescio M,

    Grosbois V,

    Horigan V,

    Ip S,

    Leger A,

    Mastrantonio G,

    Maurella C,

    de Nardi M,

    Ru G,

    Simons R,

    Snary E,

    Staerk K,

    Taylor R,

    Smith G,


    Evaluating a mixed abiotic-biotic model for the distribution and host contact rates of an arthropod vector of pathogens: an example with Ixodes ricinu…

    Microbial Risk Analysis

    Modelling the range of prominent vectors of pathogens is a common technique used for planning surveys, building exposure assessment estimations or addressing the impact of future climate scenarios. In most cases the recorded distribution of a target species is used together several environmental var…

    Keywords :

    Environmental traits,

    Host contact rates,

    Ixodes ricinus,

    Modelling distribution,

  • Després L,

    Henniaux C,

    Rioux D,

    Capblancq T,

    Zupan S,

    čelik T,

    Sielezniew M,

    Bonato L,

    Ficetola G,


    Inferring the biogeography and demographic history of an endangered butterfly in Europe from multilocus markers

    Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

    The genetic structure of a species is influenced by its history and by current gene flow. Using a population genomics approach, we infer the demographic history of the false ringlet (Coenonympha oedippus) in Europe based on 1594 genome-wide double digest restriction site associated DNA sequencing lo…

    Keywords :

    Coenonympha oedippus,




    demographic history,

    genetic diversity,

    glacial refuges,


    population size,

    species distribution modelling,

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