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Publications 2005

  • Barrière P, Hutterer H, Nicolas V, Quérouil, Colyn M. 2005. Investigating the role of historically isolated gallery forests outside the Congolese forest block as a refuge for African forest shrews. Belg J Zool, 135 suppl. : 27-35.
  • Béthoux O, Nel A, Lapeyrie J & Gand G. 2005. New data on Paleozoic grylloblattid insects (Neoptera). J Paleontol, 79(1) : 125-145.
  • Béthoux O, Papier F & Nel A. 2005. The Triassic radiation of the entomofauna. Cr Palevol, 4 : 541-553.
  • Bignon O, Baylac M, Vigne JD & Eisenmann V. 2005. Geometric morphometrics and the population diversity of Late Glacial Horses in Western Europe (Equus caballus arcelini) : phylogeographic and anthropological implications. J Archaeol Sci, 32 : 375-391.
  • Coullin P, Bed’Hom B, Candelier JJ, Vettese D, Maucolin S, Moulin S, Galkina SA, Birnheim A & Volobouev V. 2005. Cytogenetic repartition of chiken CR1 sequences evidenced by PRINS in Galliformes and some other birds. Chromosome Res, 13 : 665-674.
  • Daugeron C & Grootaert P. 2005. Phylogenetic systematics of the Empis (Coptophlebia) hyalea-group (Insecta : Diptera : Empididae). Zool J Linn Soc-Lond, 145 : 339–391.
  • Daugeron C & Grootaert P. 2005. Atypical mating behaviour in Rhamphomyia (Lundstroemiella) magellensis Frey. Belg J Zool, 135(1) : 97-99.
  • Daugeron C & Grootaert P. 2005. Empidine dance flies from Singapore and Southern Malaysia (Diptera : Empididae : Empidinae). Raffles B Zool, 53(2) : 211-220.
  • De Lorio M, Griffiths R, Leblois R & Rousset F. 2005. Stepwise mutation likelihood computation by sequential importance sampling in subdivided population models. Theor Popul Biol, 68 : 41-53.
  • Deharveng L, Potapov M & Bedos A. 2005. Cylindropygus ferox gen.n., sp.n. : a new member of the Cryptopygus complex (Collembola, Isotomidae) from central France. J Nat Hist, 39 : 2179-2185.
  • Desutter-Grandcolas L, Legendre F, Grandcolas P, Robillard T & Murienne J. 2005. Convergence and parallelism : is a new life ahead of old concepts ?. Cladistics, 21 : 51-61.
  • Dobigny G, Aniskin V, Granjon L, Cornette R & Volobouev V. 2005. Recent radiation in West African Taterillus (Rodentia, Gerbillinae) : the concerted role of chromosome and climatic changes. Heredity, 95 : 358-368.
  • Dobigny G, Yang F, O’Brien PCM, Volobouev V, Kovacs A, Pieczarka JC, Ferguson-Sm. 2005. Low rate of genomic repatterning in Xenarthra inferred from chromosome painting data. Chromosome Res, 13 : 651-664.
  • El Achkar E, Gerbault-Seureau M, Muleris M, Dutrillaux B, Debatisse M. 2005. Premature condensation induces breaks at the interface of early and late replicating chromosome bands bearing common fragile sites. P Natl Acad Sci Usa, 102(50) : 18069-74.
  • Fuchs J, Fjeldså J & Pasquet E. 2005. The use of mitochondrial and nuclear sequence data in assessing the taxonomic status of the endangered Uluguru Bush Shrike Malaconotus alius. Ibis, 147 : 717-724.
  • Gaubert P & Antunes A. 2005. Assessing the taxonomic status of the Palawan pangolin Manis culionensis (Pholidota) using discrete morphological characters. J Mammal, 86(6) : 1068-1074.
  • Gaubert P, Taylor PJ, Fernandes CA, Bruford MW & Veron G. 2005. Patterns of cryptic hybridization revealed using an integrative approach : a case study on genets (Carnivora, Viverridae, Genetta spp.) from the southern African subregion. Biol J Linn Soc, 86(1) : 11-33.
  • Gaubert P, Wozencraft WC, Cordeiro-Estrela P & Veron G. 2005. Mosaic of convergences, noise and misleading morphological phylogenies : what’s in a viverrid-like carnivoran ?. Systematic Biol, 54(6) : 865–894.
  • Grandcolas P & Pellens R. 2005. Book Review. Evolving sensu lato : all we need is systematics. Cladistics and Archaeology. By M.J. O’Brien and R.L. Lyman. Hardback. ISBN 0-87480-775-1. $35.00. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, 2003, 280 pp. Cladistics, 21 : 501-506.
  • Grandcolas P, Legendre F, Park YC, Bellés X, Murienne J & Pellens R. 2005. The genus Cryptocercus in East Asia : Distribution and new species (Insecta, Dictyoptera, Blattaria, Polyphagidae). Zoosystema, 27 : 725-732.
  • Granotier C, Pennarun G, Riou L, Hoffschir F, Gauthier LR, De Cian A, Gomez, D, Mandine E, Riou JF, Mergny JL, Mailliet P, Dutrillaux B & Boussin FD. 2005. Preferential binding of a G-quadruplex ligand to human chromosome ends. Nucleic Acids Res, 33(13) : 4182-90.
  • Gu W, Gibert Y, Wirth T, Elischer A, Bloch W, Meyer A, Steinlein OK & Begemann G. 2005. Using gene-history and expression analyses to assess the involvement of LGI genes in human disorders. Mol Biol Evol, 22 : 2209-2216.
  • Guilbert E. 2005. Morphology and evolution of larval outgrowths of Tingidae (Insecta : Heteroptera) with description of new larvae. Zoosystema, 27 : 96-113.
  • Hassanin A, Léger N & Deutsch J. 2005. Evidence for multiple reversals of asymmetric mutational constraints during the evolution of the mitochondrial genome of Metazoa and consequences for phylogenetic inferences. Systematic Biol, 54(2) : 277-298.
  • Hugot JP. 2005. Syphacia (Syphacia) millardiae n. sp (Nematoda, Oxyurida, Syphaciinae) parasite of the Soft-Furred field rat, Millardia meltada, in India. Comp Parasitol, 72(1) : 1-5.
  • Janssen T & Schneider H. 2005. Exploring the evolution of humus collecting leaves in drynarioid ferns (Polypodiaceae, Polypodiidae) based on phylogenetic evidence. Plant Syst Evol, 252 : 175-197.
  • Joron M. 2005. Polymorphic mimicry, microhabitat use, and sex-specific behaviour. J Evolution Biol, 18 : 547-556.
  • Joron M & Y Iwasa. 2005. The evolution of a Müllerian mimic in a spatially-distributed community. J Theor Biol, 237 : 87-103.
  • Leclerc MC, Hugot JP, Durand P & Renaud F. 2005. Evolutionary relationships between 15 Plasmodium species from New and Old World primates (including humans) : a 18S rDNA cladistic analysis. Parasitology, 129 : 1-8 .
  • Lecompte E, Nicolas V, Colyn M, Denys C & Volobouev V. 2005. Description of the karyotype of Heimyscus fumosus and of several other murids from the Mounts Doudou area (Gabon). Belg J Zool, 135 : 19-24.
  • Lecompte E, Denys C & Granjon L. 2005. Confrontation of morphological and molecular data : the Praomys group (Rodentia, Murinae) as a case of adaptive convergences and morphological stasis. Mol Phylogenet Evol, 37 : 899-919.
  • Lefebvre F, Vincent B, Azar D & Nel A. 2005. The oldest beetle of the Euaesthetinae (Staphylinidae) from Early Cretaceous Lebanese amber. Cretaceous Res, 26 : 207-211.
  • Leroy EM, Kumulungui B, Pourrut X, Rouquet P, Hassanin A, Yaba P, Délicat A, Paweska JT, Gonzalez JP & Swanepoel R. 2005. Fruit bats as reservoirs of Ebola virus. Nature, 438 : 575-576.
  • Luckow M, Hughes C, Schrire B, Winter P, Fagg C, Fortunato R, Hurter J, Rico L, Breteler FJ, Bruneau A, Caccavari M, Craven L, Crisp M, Delgado A, Demissew S, Doyle J, Grether R, Harris S, Herendeen PS, Hernandez HM, Hirsch AM, Jobson R, Klitgaard BB, Labat JN, Lock M, MacKinder B, Pfeil B, Simpson BB, Smith G, Sousa MS, Timberlake J, van der Maesen JG, Van Wyk AE, Vorster P, Willis C, Wieringa JJ & Wojciechowski MF. 2005. Acacia : the case against moving the type to Australia. Taxon, 54(2) : 513-519.
  • Magalon H, Adjeroud M & Veuille M. 2005. Patterns of genetic variation do not correlate with geographical distance in the reef building coral Pocillopora meandrina in the South Pacific. Mol Ecol, 14 : 1861-1868.
  • Matthews T, Denys C & Parkington JE. 2005. The palaeoecology of the micromammals from the late middle Pleistocene site of Hoedjiespunt 1 (Cape Province, South Africa). J Hum Evol, 49 : 432-451.
  • Murienne J, Grandcolas P, Piulachs MD, Bellés X, D’Haese C, Legendre F, Pellens R & Guilbert E. 2005. Evolution on a shaky piece of Gondwana : is local endemism recent in New Caledonia ?. Cladistics, 21 : 2-7.
  • Najt J, Weiner WM & Grandcolas P. 2005. Phylogeny of the Brachystomellidae (Collembola) were the mandibles ancestrally absent and did they re-appear in this family ?. Zool Scr, 34(3) : 305-312.
  • Nel A, Bechly G, Garrouste R, Pohl B & Escuillié F. 2005. A new extraordinary lacewing family from the Lower Cretaceous Crato formation of Brazil : a new insect order ? (Insecta, Neuropterida). Cretaceous Res, 26 : 845-852.
  • Nel A, Petrulevicius JF, Gentilini G & Martínez-Delclòs X. 2005. Phylogenetic analysis of the Cenozoic family Sieblosiidae (Insecta : Odonata), with description of new taxa from Russia, Italy and France. Geobios-Lyon, 38(2) : 219-233.
  • Nel A, Prokop J, De Ploëg G & Millet J. 2005. New Psocoptera (Insecta) from the Lowermost Eocene amber of Oise, France. J Syst Palaeontol, 3(4) : 371-391.
  • Nel A, Perrichot V, Azar D & Néraudeau D. 2005. New Rhachiberothidae (Insecta : Neuroptera) in early Cretaceous and early Eocene ambers from France and Lebanon. Neues Jahrb Geol P-A, 235(1) : 51-85.
  • Nel A, Martinez-Declos X & Hutin A. 2005. Mesozoic chrysopid-like Planipennia : a phylogenetic approach (Insecta, Neuroptera). Ann Soc Entomol Fr, 41(3) : 29-68.
  • Nel A, Perrichot V & Azar D. 2005. New and poorly known fossil Coniopterygidae in Cretaceous and Cenozoic ambers (Insecta : Neuroptera). Ann Zool, 55(1) : 1-7.
  • Nel A, Petrulevicius JF& Jarzembowski EA. 2005. New fossil Odonata from the European Cenozoic (Insecta : Odonata : Thaumatoneuridae, Aeshnidae, ?Idionychidae, Libellulidae). Neues Jahrb Geol P-A, 235(3) : 343-380.
  • Nel A, Petrulevicius JF& Martínez-Delclòs X. 2005. New Mesozoic Protomyrmeleontidae (Insecta : Odonatoptera : Archizygoptera) from Asia with a new phylogenetic analysis. J Syst Palaeontol, 3(2) : 187-201.
  • Nicolas V, Verheyen E, Verheyen W, Hulselmans J, Dillen M &Akpatou B, Dudu A, Wendelen W, & Colyn M. 2005. Systematics of African lowland rainforest Praomys (Rodentia, Muridae) based on molecular and craniometrical data. Zool J Linn Soc-Lond, 145 : 549-553.
  • Nicolas V, Barrière P & Colyn M. 2005. Seasonal variation in population and community structure of shrews in a tropical forest of Gabon. J Trop Ecol, 21 : 161-169.
  • Papanicolaou, A, Joron M, McMillan WO, Blaxter ML & Jiggins CD. 2005. Genomic tools and cDNA derived markers for butterflies. Mol Ecol, 14 : 2883-2897.
  • Papier F, Nel A, Grauvogel-Stamm, L & Gall JC. 2005. La diversité des Coleoptera (Insecta) du Trias dans le nord-est de la France. Geodiversitas, 27(2) : 181-199.
  • Pellens R, Grandcolas P & Guilbert E. 2005. Phylogenetic algorithms and the evolution of species communities in forest fragments. Cladistics, 21 : 8-14.
  • Penet L, Nadot S, Ressayre A, Forchioni A, Dreyer L & Gouyon PH. 2005. Multiple developmental pathways leading to a single morph : monosulcate pollen (Examples from the Asparagales). Ann Bot-London, 95 : 331-343.
  • Perrichot V, Nel A & Néraudeau D. 2005. Gerromorphan bugs in Early Cretaceous French amber (Insecta : Heteroptera) : first representatives of Gerridae and their phylogenetic and palaeoecological implications. Cretaceous Res, 26(5) : 793-800.
  • Petrulevicius JF& Nel A. 2005. Austroperilestidae, a new family of damselflies from the earliest Eocene of Argentina (Insecta : Odonata). Phylogenetic relationships within Odonata. J Paleontol, 79(2) : 657-661.
  • Plunkett GM, Lowry PPII, Frodin DG & Wen J. 2005. Phylogeny & geography of Schefflera : pervasive polyphyly in the largest genus of Araliaceae. Ann Mo Bot Gard, 92 : 202-224.
  • Pons JM, Hassanin A & Crochet PC. 2005. Phylogenetic relationships within the Laridae (Chradriiformes : Aves) inferred from mitochondrial markers. Mol Phylogenet Evol, 37 : 686-699.
  • Potapov M & Deharveng L. 2005. Three new species of Tetracanthella (Collembola, Isotomidae) from western Europe. Zoosystema, 27(1) : 85-93.
  • Prokop J, Nel A & Hoch I. 2005. Discovery of the oldest known Pterygota in the Lower Carboniferous of the Upper Silesian Basin in the Czech Republic (Insecta : Archaeorthoptera). Geobios-Lyon, 38 : 383-387.
  • Ricroch A, Yockteng R, Brown SC & Nadot S. 2005. Evolution of genome size across cultivated Allium species. Genome, 48 : 511-520.
  • Robillard T & Desutter-Grandcolas L. 2005. A revision of Neotropical Eneopterinae crickets (Orthoptera, Grylloidea, Eneopteridae) with a phylogenetic discussion. Insect Syst Evol, 35 : 411-435.
  • Ronce O, Brachet B, Olivieri I, Gouyon PH & Clobert J. 2005. Plastic changes in seed dispersal along ecological succession : Theoretical predictions from an evolutionary model. J Ecol, 93(2) : 431-440.
  • Ropiquet A & Hassanin A. 2005. Molecular phylogeny of Caprines (Bovidae, Antilopinae) : the question of their origin and diversification during the Miocene. J Zool Syst Evol Res, 43 : 49-60.
  • Ropiquet A & Hassanin A. 2005. Molecular Evidence for the Polyphyly of the Genus Hemitragus (Mammalia, Bovidae). Mol Phylogenet Evol, 36 : 154-168.
  • Sallé A, Baylac M & Lieutier F. 2005. Size and shape changes of Ips typographus L (Coleoptera : Scolytinae) in relation to population level. Agr Forest Entomol, 7 : 297-306.
  • Sanborn AF, Heath MS, Sueur J & Phillips PK. 2005. The genus Neocicada Kato, 1932 (Hemiptera : Cicadomorpha : Cicadidae), with descriptions of three new species. Syst Entomol, 30 : 191-207.
  • Schwenkenbecher JM, Wirth T, Schnur LF, Jaffe CH, Schallig H, Al-Jawabreh A, Hamarsheh O, Azmi K, Pratlong F & Schoenian G. 2005. Microsatellite analysis reveals genetic structure of Leishmania tropica. Int J Parasitol, 36 : 237-246.
  • Soulier-Perkins A. 2005. Phylogenetic evidence for multiple invasions and speciation in caves : the Australian planthopper genus Solonaima (Hemiptera : Fulgoromorpha : Cixiidae). Syst Entomol, 30(2) : 281-288.
  • Sueur J , Tuck L & Robert D. 2005. Sound radiation around a flying fly. J Acoust Soc Am, 118 : 530-538.
  • Thompson J, Lavergne S, Affre L, Gaudeul M & Debussche M. 2005. Ecological differentiation of Mediterranean endemic plants. Taxon, 54 : 967-976.
  • Tronchet F, Plunkett GM, Jérémie J & Lowry PPII. 2005. Monophyly & major clades of Meryta (Araliaceae). Syst Bot, 30 : 657-670.
  • Veyrunes F, Britton-Davidian, J, Robinson, TJ, Calvet E, Denys C & Chevret P. 2005. Molecular phylogeny of the African pygmy mice, subgenus Nannomys (Rodentia, Murinae, Mus) : implications for chromosomal evolution. Mol Phylogenet Evol, 36(2) : 358-369.
  • Warter S, Hauwy M, Dutrillaux B & Rumpler Y. 2005. Application of molecular cytogenetics for chromosomal evolution of the Lemuriformes (Prosimians). Cytogenet Genome Res, 108(1-3) : 197-203.
  • Whinnett A, Zimmermann M, Willmott KR, Herrera N, Mallarino R, Simpson F, Joron M, Lamas G & Mallet J. 2005. Strikingly variable divergence times inferred across an Amazonian butterfly ’suture zone’. P Roy Soc B-Biol Sci, 272 : 2525-2533.
  • Wirth T, Meyer A & Achtman M. 2005. Deciphering host migrations and origins by means of their microbes. Mol Ecol, 14 : 3289-3306.
  • Zongo JD, Gouyon PH, Sarr A & Sandmeier M. 2005. Genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships among Sahelian sorghum accessions. Genet Resour Crop Ev, 52 : 869-878.

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