Publications

2022

Cote, J., Dahirel, M., Altermatt, F., Ansart, A., Blanchet, S., Chaine, A., Dahirel, M., De Laender, F., De Raedt, J., Jacob, S., Kaltz, O., Laurent, E., Little, C., Madec, L., Manzi, F., Masier, S., Pellerin, F., Pennekamp, F., Therry, L., Vong, A., Winandy, L., Schtickzelle, N., Bonte, D., Fonhofer, E. & D. Legrand. 2022. Dispersal syndromes in challenging environments: a cross-species experiment. Ecology Letters. 25(12): 2675-2687.

Pellerin, F., Bestion, E., Winandy, L., Di Gesu, L., Richard, M., Aguilée, R., & J. Cote. 2022. Connectivity among thermal habitats buffers the effects of warm climate on life-history traits and population dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology. 91(11): 2301-2313.

Bestion, E., Teyssier, A., Rangassamy, M., Calvez, O., Guillaume, O., Richard, M., Braem, A., Zajitschek, F., Zajitschek, S., & J. Cote. 2022. Adaptive maternal effects shape offspring phenotype and survival in natal environments. The American Naturalist. 200(6): 773-789.

2021

Winandy L., Di Gesu L., Lemoine M., Jacob S., Martin J., Ducamp C., Huet M., Legrand D. & J. Cote. 2021. Maternal and personal information mediates the use of social cues about predation risk. Behavioral Ecology. 32(3): 518-528.

Abalos, J., Lanuza, G.P. i de, Bartolomé, A., Liehrmann, O., Laakkonen, H., Aubret, F., Uller, Winandy L., Di Gesu L., Lemoine M., Jacob S., Martin J., Ducamp C., Huet M., Legrand D. & J. Cote. 2021. Maternal and personal information mediates the use of social cues about predation risk. Behavioral Ecology. 32 (3): 518-528. doi: 10.1093/beheco/araa151

2020

Abalos, J., Lanuza, G.P. i de, Bartolomé, A., Liehrmann, O., Laakkonen, H., Aubret, F., Uller, T., Carazo, P. & Font, E. 2020. No evidence for differential sociosexual behavior and space use in the color morphs of the European common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis). Ecology and Evolution. 10(20): 10986-11005.doi:10.1002/ece3.6659. PDF.

2019

Winandy, L., Cote, J., Gesu, L. D., Pellerin, F., Trochet, A., & Legrand, D. 2019. Local predation risk and matrix permeability interact to shape movement strategy. Oikos, 128(10): 1402-1412. doi: 10.1111/oik.06403. PDF.

Bestion E., Cote J., Jacob S., Winandy L. & D. Legrand. 2019. Habitat fragmentation experiments on arthropods: what to do next? Current Opinion in Insect Sciences. 35: 117-122. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cois.2019.07.011. PDF.

Bestion E., Soriano-Redondo A., Cucherousset J., Jacob S., White J., Zinger L., Fourtune L., Di Gesu L., Teyssier A., & J. Cote. 2019. Altered trophic interactions in warming climates: consequences for predator diet breadth and fitness. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 286: 20192227. PDF.

2018

Reim E., Baguette M., Günter F., & K. Fischer. 2018. Emigration propensity and flight performance are decoupled in a butterfly. Ecosphere, 9(11), e02502. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2502. PDF.

Fronhofer E. A., Legrand D., Altermatt F., Ansart A., Blanchet S., Bonte D., Chaine A.,  Dahirel M., De Laender F., De Raedt J., di Gesu L., Jacob S., Kaltz O., Laurent E., Little C., Madec L., Manzi F., Masier S., Pellerin F., Pennekamp F., Schtickzelle N., Therry L., Vong A., Winandy L. & J. Cote
. 2018. Bottom-up and top-down control of dispersal across major organismal groups. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0686-0

Larranaga N, Baguette M, Calvez O, Legrand D. 2018. Mobility affects copulation and oviposition dynamics in Pieris brassicae in semi‐natural cages. Insect Science. DOI 10.1111/1744-7917.12568. PDF.

2017

Bestion E, Jacob S, Zinger L, Di Gesu L, Richard M, White J & J. Cote. 2017. Climate warming reduces gut microbiota diversity in a vertebrate ectotherm. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1:0161.

2016

Legrand D.*, Larranaga N.*, Bertrand R., Ducatez S., Calvez O., Stevens V.M. and M. Baguette. 2016. Evolution of a butterfly dispersal syndrome. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 283: 20161533. PDF.

2015

Legrand D., Trochet A., Moulherat S., Calvez O., Stevens V.M., Ducatez S., Clobert J. and M. Baguette. 2015. Ranking the ecological causes of dispersal in a butterfly. Ecography. 38(8): 822-831. PDF.

Bestion E., Teyssier A., Richard M., Clobert J., and J. Cote. 2015. Live fast, die young: experimental evidence of population extinction risk due to climate change. Plos Biology. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002281. Link.

Bestion E., Clobert J., and J. Cote. 2015. Dispersal response to climate change: scaling down to intraspecific variation. Ecology Letters. 18(11): 1226-1233. DOI: 10.1111/ele.12502. PDF.

2014

Bestion E., Teyssier A., Aubret F., Clobert J. and J. Cote. 2014. Maternal exposure to predator scents: offspring phenotypic adjustment and dispersal. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 281. PDF.

2013

Trochet A.,  Legrand D., Larranaga N., Ducatez S., Calvez O., Cote J., Clobert J. and M. Baguette. 2013. Population Sex Ratio and Dispersal in Experimental, Two-Patch Metapopulations of Butterflies. Journal of Animal Ecology. 82(5): 946-955. PDF.

2012

Legrand D, Guillaume O, Baguette M, Cote J, Trochet A, Calvez O, Zajitschek S, Zajitschek F, Lecomte J, Bénard Q, Le Galliard J-F, and J. Clobert. 2012. The Metatron: an experimental system to study dispersal and metaecosystems for terrestrial organisms. Nature Methods, 9: 828–833. PDF.