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Mammal invaders on islands: impact, control and control impact
- F. Courchamp, J. Chapuis, M. Pascal
- Environmental ScienceBiological Reviews of The Cambridge Philosophical…
- 1 August 2003
It is difficult to predict the outcome of the removal of key species, such as a top predator, given the numerous and complex population interactions among island species, and justifies careful pre‐control study and preparation prior to initiating the eradication of an alien species, in order to avoid an ecological catastrophe.
Personality, space use and tick load in an introduced population of Siberian chipmunks Tamias sibiricus.
The results show that host personality-related patterns in space use can lead to a non-random parasite distribution among hosts.
Recovery of native plant communities after eradication of rabbits from the subantarctic Kerguelen Islands, and influence of climate change
Alien mammals, impact and management in the French subantarctic islands
Unexpected heterozygosity in an island mouflon population founded by a single pair of individuals
- R. Kaeuffer, D. Coltman, J. Chapuis, D. Pontier, D. Réale
- BiologyProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
- 22 February 2007
This study analysed changes in heterozygosity over time in an insular mouflon population founded by two individuals in 1957 and located on one of the most isolated locations in the world: the Kerguelen Sub-Antarctic archipelago.
House mouse colonization patterns on the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Archipelago suggest singular primary invasions and resilience against re-invasion
The genetic data suggest that an area colonized by mice is refractory to further introgression, possibly due to fast adaptations of the resident mice to local conditions.
Macroparasites of Pallas's squirrels (Callosciurus erythraeus) introduced into Europe.
Invasive house mice facing a changing environment on the Sub‐Antarctic Guillou Island (Kerguelen Archipelago)
- S. Renaud, E. Hardouin, B. Pisanu, J. Chapuis
- Environmental Science, BiologyJournal of Evolutionary Biology
- 1 March 2013
The results suggest that mice responded to the recent changes in food resources, possibly with a part of plastic variation for the mandible prone to bone remodelling, that is a probable key of the success of such an invasive rodent facing pronounced shifts inFood resources exploitation under a changing environment.
High-Throughput Sequence Typing Reveals Genetic Differentiation and Host Specialization among Populations of the Borrelia burgdorferi Species Complex that Infect Rodents
Lyme disease is a zoonosis caused by various species belonging to the Borrelia burgdorferi bacterial species complex. These pathogens are transmitted by ticks and infect multiple, taxonomically…
Comparison of the diets of two sympatric lagomorphs, Lepus europaeus (Pallas) and Oryctolagus cuniculus (L.) in an agroecosystem of the Ile-de-France
- J. Chapuis
- Environmental Science
The diets of the European hare (Lepus europaeus Pallas) and wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus L.) in an agrosystem of Ile-de-France are compared. The results are based on analysis of faeces…