Publications, conferences

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Biological Invasions          Functional Ecology          Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry Part A          Polar Biology          Journal of Insect Physiology          Biological Journal of the Linnean Society          Annual Review of Entomology

Publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters

18. Prepupal diapause synchronizes adult emergence in the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae)
Salman M.H.R., Laparie M., Lehmann P.. & Battisti A.
Agricultural and Forest Entomology, in press

17. Environmental adaptations, ecological filtering, and dispersal central to insect invasions
Renault D., Laparie M., McCauley S.J. & Bonte D.
Annual Review of Entomology 63, 345–368, DOI 10.1146/annurev-ento-020117-043315, 2018

16. Respiration-based monitoring of metabolic rate following cold-exposure in two invasive Anoplophora species depending on acclimation regime
Javal M., Roques A., Roux G. & Laparie M.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 216, 20–27, 2018

15. New insights into the ecology of Merizodus soledadinus, a predatory carabid beetle invading the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Islands
Ouisse T., Laparie M., Lebouvier M. & Renault D.
Polar Biology, DOI 10.1007/s00300-017-2134-z, 2017

14. Wing morphology of the active flyer Calliphora vicina (Diptera, Calliphoridae) during its invasion of the Kerguelen Islands, a sub-Antarctic archipelago where insect flightlessness is the rule
Laparie M., Vernon P., Cozic Y., Frenot Y., Renault D. & Debat V.
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119, 179–193, DOI 10.1111/bij.12815, 2016

13. Physiological responses to temperature in Merizodus soledadinus (Col., Carabidae), a subpolar carabid beetle invading sub-Antarctic islands
Laparie M. & Renault D.
Polar Biology 39, 35–45, 2016

12. Comparative physiological salinity tolerance in native flies from the subantarctic Kerguelen islands: a metabolomic approach
Renault D., Lombard M., Vingère J. & Laparie M.
Polar Biology 39, 47–56, 2016

11. Looking beyond the large scale effects of global change: local phenologies can result in critical heterogeneity in the pine processionary moth
Robinet C., Laparie M. & Rousselet J.
Frontiers in Physiology 6, 334, DOI 10.3389/fphys.2015.00334, 2015

10. Characterization of the habitats colonized by the alien ground beetle Merizodus soledadinus at the Kerguelen Islands
Renault D., Chevrier M., Laparie M., Vernon P. & Lebouvier M.
Revue d’Écologie (Terre et Vie), Supp. 12 « Espèces invasives », 28–32, 2015

9. What are the drivers of the pine processionary moth’s expansion?
Laparie M. & Roques A.
In Roques A. (Ed.), Processionary moths and climate change, Springer Quae, France, pp. 85–92, 2014

8. Is dispersal promoted during range expansion of invasive species? Morphological analysis of a ground beetle invading the Kerguelen Islands, Merizodus soledadinus (Coleoptera, Carabidae)
Laparie M., Renault D., Lebouvier M. & Delattre T.
Biological Invasions 15, 1641–1648, 2013

7. Metabolic fingerprinting of the responses to salinity in the invasive ground beetle Merizodus soledadinus at the Kerguelen Islands
Hidalgo K., Laparie M., Bical R., Larvor V., Bouchereau A., Siaussat D. & Renault D.
Journal of Insect Physiology 59, 91–100, 2012

6. Heat shock protein responses to salinity, food deprivation, and temperature in the invasive ground beetle Merizodus soledadinus at the Kerguelen Islands
Siaussat D., Laparie M., Maria A. & Renault D.
Polar Biology 36, 201–209, 2012

5. Habitat phenotyping of two sub-Antarctic flies by metabolic fingerprinting: evidence for a species outside its home?
Laparie M., Bical R., Larvor V., Vernon P., Frenot Y. & Renault D.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 162, 406–412, 2012

4. Exploring the plastic response to cold acclimation in Drosophila melanogaster through metabolomics
Colinet H., Larvor V., Laparie M. & Renault D.
Functional Ecology 26, 711–722, 2012

3. Starvation resistance and energetic consequences of prey choice in a predatory insect invading the Kerguelen Islands, the ground beetle Merizodus soledadinus
Laparie M., Larvor V., Frenot Y. & Renault D.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 161, 122–129, 2012

2. The significance of the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Islands for the assessment of the vulnerability of native communities to climate change, alien insect invasions and plant viruses
Lebouvier M., Laparie M., Hullé M., Marais A., Cozic Y., Lalouette L., Vernon P., Candresse T., Frenot Y. & Renault D.
Biological Invasions 13, 1195–1208, 2011

1. Variation of morphometric traits in populations of an invasive carabid predator (Merizodus soledadinus) within a sub-Antarctic island
Laparie M., Lebouvier M., Lalouette L. & Renault D.
Biological Invasions 12, 3405–3417, 2010

 

Manuscripts in revision or submitted

2. Prepupal diapause synchronizes adult emergence in the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Lepidoptera Notodontidae)
Salman M.H.R., Giomi F., Laparie M., Lehmann P. & Battisti A.
Agricultural and Forest Entomology, submitted

1. Winter temperature predicts prolonged diapause in pine processionary moth across its geographic range
Merel C., Bonsignore P., El Fels M.A.E.A., Giomi F., Hódar J., Laparie M., Marini L., Salman M.H.R., Zalucki M.P., Zamoum M. & Battisti A.
Biological Letters, submitted

 

Oral presentations

25. Phenological changes in the pine processionary moth: possible causes, consequences and up-and-coming monitoring methods
Rousselet J.*, Laparie M., Robinet C., Roques A., Bernard A., Kerdelhué C., Rossi J.-P., Buradino M., Bocheva L., Zaemdzhikova G., Georgieva M., Tsankov G., Georgiev G. & Mirchev P.
Joint meeting of IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) WP 7.03.05 and WP 7.03.10, Forest Insects and Pathogens in a Changing Environment: Ecology, Monitoring & Genetics, Thessaloniki, Greece, September 2017

24. The range expansion of the Pine Processionary Moth in a changing world: how a well understood multifactorial process could tangle up
Laparie M.*, Robinet C., Rousselet J. & Roques A.
XXV International Congress of Entomology, Symposium on Biological Consequence of Global Change, Orlando, USA, September 2016 (invited conference)

23. Modeling the spread of the pine processionary moth in relation with climate change and human activities
Robinet C.*, Rousselet J., Laparie M. & Roques A.
XXV International Congress of Entomology, Symposium on Biological Consequence of Global Change, Orlando, USA, September 2016 (invited conference)

22. A synthesis of the current information on the prolonged diapause in the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa
Merel C.*, Salman M.H.R., Giomi F., Zamoum M., Laparie M. & Battisti A.
National Congress of Entomology, Padova, Italy, June 2016

21. A model insect for global change, the pine processionary moth
Robinet C.*, Rousselet J., Laparie M. & Roques A.
32rd International Union of Biological Sciences General Assembly and Conference, Symposium on Biological Consequence of Global Change, Berlin, Germany, December 2015 (invited conference)

20. Pourquoi prendre en compte les changements de phénologie chez les insectes? Recherches et perspectives dans le cas de la processionnaire du pin
Kerdelhué C.*, Laparie M., Robinet C. & Rousselet J.
Colloque francophone Phénologie 2015, Clermont-Ferrand, France, November 2015 (invited conference)

19. Influence de la densité de la colonie larvaire sur le succès de développement chez la processionnaire du pin
Laparie M.*, Robinet C., Rousselet J., Bernard A., Pineau P., Garcia J. & Roques A.
9èmes rencontres du Groupe des Entomologistes Forestiers Francophones, Mûr-de-Bretagne, France, September 2015

18. Troisième campagne de cartographie du front de la processionnaire du pin à l’échelle nationale (2015-2016): méthode suivie et résultats attendus
Rousselet J.*, Bernard A., Laparie M., Robinet C. & Roques A.
9èmes rencontres du Groupe des Entomologistes Forestiers Francophones, Mûr-de-Bretagne, France, September 2015

17. Metabolomic responses to thermal acclimation in a subpolar carabid beetle currently invading sub-Antarctic islands
Renault D.*, Ouisse T. & Laparie M.
6th International Symposium on the Environmental Physiology of Ectotherms and Plants, Aarhus, Denmark, August 2015

16. Processionnaire du pin : effets de la taille de colonie sur le développement et la survie
Laparie M.*, Robinet C., Rousselet J., Bernard A., Pineau P., Garcia J. & Roques A.
Rencontres ADALEP (Adaptation à l’environnement biotique chez les Lépidoptères), Montpellier, France, January 2015

15. Does wing morphology of the active flyer Calliphora vicina change as it invades islands ruled by flightless insects?
Laparie M.*, Debat V., Vernon P., Cozic Y., Frenot Y. & Renault D.
Le Studium conference: Insect invasions in a changing world, Orléans, France, December 2014 (invited conference)

14. The success story of two invasive insects at the Kerguelen Islands: responses to novel environmental conditions
Laparie M.*
University of Padova, Laboratory of Entomology, Legnaro, Italy, February 2014 (seminar)

13. Les hauts et les bas d’une invasion biologique : le cas d’un puceron introduit dans les îles subantarctiques
Hullé M.*, Buchard C., De La Huerta M., Till M., Laparie M. & Vernon P.
2nde Édition des Rencontres Rennaises « Invasions Biologiques », Rennes, France, November 2013

12. The ups and downs of an invasive species: the case study of an insect introduced on a sub‐antarctic island
Hullé M.*, De La Huerta M., Buchard C., Laparie M. & Vernon P.
Colloque d’ÉcoPhysiologie Animale (CEPA), Lyon, France, November 2013

11. Comparative physiological plasticity among native and alien insects distributed along salinity gradients
Renault D.*, Hidalgo K, Lombard M., Vingere J. & Laparie M. 
XI SCAR Biology Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, July 2013

10. Metabolic fingerprinting and heat shock protein responses to salinity in the invasive ground beetle Merizodus soledadinus at the Kerguelen Islands
Hidalgo K., Laparie M., Siaussat D. & Renault D.*
Scientific workshop on Genericity of responses and adaptation strategies to multiple stresses in organisms of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, Paimpont, France, November 2012

9. Exploring the plastic response to salinity in native an alien subantarctic insects through metabolic fingerprinting
Laparie M., Larvor V. & Renault D.*
6èmes Journées du Réseau Français de Métabolomique et de Fluxomique, Nantes, France, May 2012

8. Tolérance et réponses physiologiques aux variations de température chez un carabique d’origine australe envahissant les Îles Kerguele
Laparie M.*, Larvor V. & Renault D.
8èmes Journées Scientifiques du Comité National Français des Recherches Arctiques et Antarctiques (CNFRA), Plouzané, France, May 2012

7. Caractérisation des profils métaboliques (GC-MS) des insectes en fonction de leur habitat et de leur régime alimentaire
Renault D.*, Colinet H., Laparie M. & Larvor V.
Workshop of the Corsaire platform, Nantes, France, October 2011 (invited conference)

6. Metabolic responses to saline conditions in the carabid beetle Merizodus soledadinus introduced at the Kerguelen Islands: does habitat distribution match with their physiological plasticity?
Hidalgo K.*, Laparie M., Bical R., Larvor V. & Renault D.
4th International Symposium on the Environmental Physiology of Ectotherms & Plants, Rennes, France, July 2011

5. Physiological plasticity in insects: metabolic differences in salinity tolerance between two sub-Antarctic flies that live sympatrically
Laparie M.*, Larvor V. & Renault D.
4th International Symposium on the Environmental Physiology of Ectotherms & Plants, Rennes, France, July 2011

4. Vulnérabilité des communautés natives face aux insectes invasifs et au changement climatique dans les îles sub-antarctiques
Hullé M.*, Lebouvier M., Laparie M., Marais A., Cozic Y., Lalouette L., Vernon P., Candresse T., Frenot Y. & Renault D.
7èmes Journées Scientifiques du Comité National Français des Recherches Arctiques et Antarctiques (CNFRA), Paris, France, May 2011

3. The blowfly Calliphora vicina at the Kerguelen Islands: evolution of the wing of an active flyer invading a world of flightlessness
Laparie M.*, Debat V., Vernon P., Cozic Y., Frenot Y. & Renault D.
7th Symposium on Ecology and Behaviour, Rennes, France, May 2011

2. Variabilité morphométrique chez un carabe prédateur introduit dans les îles Kerguelen, Merizodus soledadinus : étude de populations géographiquement et chronologiquement distinctes
Laparie M.*, Lebouvier M., Lalouette L. & Renault D.
6ème Symposium de Morphométrie et Évolution des Formes, Montpellier, France, May 2009

1. Le carabe introduit Oopterus soledadinus dans les îles Kerguelen, les raisons d’un succès
Lalouette L.*, Laparie M., Renault D., Vernon P. & Lebouvier M.
IIèmes rencontres francophones : Invasions biologiques et traits d’histoire de vie, variabilité, plasticité, adaptation. Rennes, France, November 2007

* for presenting author.

 

Posters

6. Effet de micro-injections d’emamectine benzoate sur la survie de la pyrale du buis
Bras A., Auger-Rozenberg M.-A., Pineau P., Lorme P., Roques A., Laparie M.*, & Rousselet J.*
6ème Conférence sur les moyens alternatifs de protection des plantes, Association Française de Protection des Plantes (AFPP), Lille, France, March 2017 (* for equal contributions), short note available in congress booklet

5. Range expansion of the Pine Processionary Moth under climate change: research directions on the responses to thermal heterogeneity
Laparie M., Robinet C., Rousselet J. & Roques A.
Colloque de lancement du GDR Invasions Biologiques, Rennes, France, October 2014

4. The success of the pine processionary moth in a changing world: investigating responses to climate heterogeneity (project)
Laparie M.
Heteroclim workshop: the response of organisms to climate change in heterogeneous environments, Loches, France, June 2014

3. Climate warming, friend or foe? Thermal physiology of an invasive ground beetle
Laparie M., Larvor V. & Renault D.
XI SCAR Biology Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, July 2013

2. An invasive fully-winged fly in a world ruled by flightless insects: phenotypic plasticity and evolution of the wing of Calliphora vicina (Diptera) within a sub-Antarctic archipelago
Laparie M., Debat V., Vernon P., Cozic Y., Frenot Y. & Renault D.
XXXI SCAR Open Science Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2010

1. Diet restriction and senescence: evolution of energy in adults of a long-lived wingless Diptera from subantarctic islands
Laparie M., Cottin M., Vernon P. & Renault D.
Evolutionary Biology: phylogeny, speciation, co-evolution, development, genomes, life histories, plasticity… What is new? Rennes, France, June 2009

 

Popular science

October 2012 – Exhibitor at the Fête de la Science, Paimpont, France
Poster on insects’ adaptations to sub-Antarctic conditions; animation of questions to invited speakers during one session

September 2011 – Exhibitor at the first Festival Art et Nature « Forêt », Paimpont, France
Poster and video on research, field work and insects in sub-Antarctic islands; demonstration of an artificial colony of ants; animation of questions to invited speakers during one session

June 2011 – Synthesis about my Ph.D. topic (CIES)
« Conséquences écologiques et évolutives des invasions biologiques : le cas d’invertébrés terrestres introduits dans les îles Kerguelen »

April 2010 – Poster for schools within the Rennes city, France (CIES)
« Les insectes des îles subantarctiques : des curiosités de la nature aujourd’hui menacées »

October 2009 – Exhibitor at the Festival des Petits Explorateurs, Vannes, France
« Les îles subantarctiques : un milieu unique pour le vivant »