Biological invasions

Biological invasions


  1. Estoup, A. Ravigné, V., Hufbauer, R., Vitalis, R., Gauthier, M. & B. Facon. Is there a genetic paradox of invasion? Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 47:51–72
  2. Hufbauer, R. A., Facon, B., Ravigné, V., Turgeon, J., Foucaud, J., Lee, C. E., Rey, O., & A. Estoup. 2012. Anthropogenically-Induced Adaptation to Invade (AIAI): Contemporary adaptation to human-altered habitats within the native range can promote invasions. Evolutionary Applications 5: 89-101 PDF


  1. Bazin, E., Mathé-Hubert, H., Facon, B., Carlier, J. & V. Ravigné. 2014. The effect of mating system on invasiveness: some genetic load may be advantageous when invading new environments. Biological Invasions 16:875-886


  1. Tayeh, A., Hufbauer, R. A., Estoup, A., Ravigné, V., Frachon, L. & B. Facon. 2015. Biological invasion and biological control select for different life histories. Nature Communications 6:7268 PDF
  2. Tayeh, A., Estoup, A. Hufbauer, R., Ravigné, V., Goryacheva, I., Zakharov, I., Lombaert, E., & B. Facon. 2013. Investigating the genetic load of an emblematic invasive species: The case of the invasive harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Ecology and Evolution 3:864-871 PDF

Deciphering the routes of invasions

  1. Pruvost, O., Boyer, K., Ravigné, V., Richard, D. & C. Vernière. 2019. Deciphering how plant pathogenic bacteria disperse and meet: molecular epidemiology of Xanthomonas citri pv. citri at microgeographic scales in a tropical area of Asiatic citrus canker endemicity. Early view in Evolutionary Applications.
  2. De Bruyn, A., Harimalala, M. A., Zinga, I., Mabvakure, B., Hoareau, M., Ravigné, V., Walters, M., Reynaud, B., Varsani, A., Harkins, G., W., Martin, D. P., Lett, J.-M., Lefeuvre, P. 2016. Divergent evolutionary and epidemiological dynamics of cassava mosaic geminiviruses in Madagascar. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16(182) PDF
  3. Leduc, A., Traoré, Y., Boyer, K., Magne, M., Grygiel, P., Juhasz, C. C., Guérin, F., Wonni, I., Vernière*, C., Ravigné*, V. & O. Pruvost*. 2015. Bridgehead invasion of a monomorphic plant pathogenic bacterium: Xanthomonas citri pv. citri, an emerging citrus pathogen in Mali and Burkina Faso. Environmental Microbiology 17:4429-4442 *Equal contributions
  4. Robert, S., Zapater, M.-F., Abadie, C., Carlier, J. & V. Ravigné. 2015. Multiple introductions and admixture at the origin of the continental spread of the fungal banana pathogen Mycosphaerella fijiensis in Latin America: a statistical test using Approximate Bayesian Computation. Revue d’Ecologie (Terre et Vie) 70 (suppt 12 «Espèces invasives »):127
  5. Pruvost, O., Magne, M., Boyer, K., Leduc, A., Tourterel, C., Drevet, C., Ravigné, V., Gagnevin, L., Guérin, F., Chiroleu, F., Koebnik, R., Verdier, V. & C. Vernière. 2014. A MLVA genotyping scheme for global surveillance of the citrus pathogen Xanthomonas citri pv. citri suggests a worldwide geographical expansion of a single genetic lineage. PLoS ONE 9:e98129 PDF
  6. Vernière, C., Bui Thi Ngoc, L., Jarne, P., Ravigné, V., Guérin, F., Gagnevin, L., Le Mai, N., Chau, N.M. & O. Pruvost. 2014. Highly polymorphic markers reveal the establishment of an invasive lineage of the citrus bacterial pathogen Xanthomonas citri pv. citri in its area of origin. Environmental Microbiology 16:2226-2237
  7. Barrès, B., Carlier, J., Seguin, M., Fenouillet, C., Cilas, C., & V. Ravigné. 2012. Understanding the recent colonization history of a plant pathogenic fungus using population genetic tools and Approximate Bayesian Computation. Heredity 109:269-279
  8. Dutech, C., Barrès, B., Bridier, J., Robin, C., Milgroom, M. & V. Ravigné. 2012. The Chestnut Blight Fungus World Tour: successive introduction events from diverse origins in an invasive plant fungal pathogen. Molecular Ecology 21:3931-3946
  9. Robert, S., Ravigné, V., Zapater, M.-F., Abadie, C. & J. Carlier. 2012. Contrasting introduction scenarios among continents in the worldwide invasion of the banana fungal pathogen Mycosphaerella fijiensis. Molecular Ecology 21(5): 1098-1114

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