Ecological specialization

Ecological specialization

Theory and experimental validation of theory

  1. Froissart, R.*, Gallet, R.* & V. Ravigné. 2018. Experimental demonstration of the impact of hard and soft selection regimes on polymorphism maintenance in spatially heterogeneous environments. Evolution 72(8): 1677-1688. *Equal contributions Earlier version deposited in Biorxiv PDF. Recommended by S. Bedhomme in Peer Community in Evolutionary biology.
  1. Ravigné, V., Dieckmann, U., & I. Olivieri. 2009. Live where you thrive: Joint evolution of habitat choice and local adaptation facilitates specialization and promotes diversity. The American Naturalist 174 (4): E141-E169
  2. Ravigné, V., I. Olivieri & U. Dieckmann. 2004. Implications of habitat choice for protected polymorphisms. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:125-145
  3. Kirkpatrick,M. & V. Ravigné. 2002. Speciation by natural and sexual selection: Models and experiments. The American Naturalist 159:S22-S35

Phytophagous insects

  1. Olazcuaga, L., Rode, N. O., Foucaud, J., Facon, B., Ravigné, V., Ausset, A., Leménager, N., Loiseau, A., Gautier, M., Estoup, A. & R. A. Hufbauer. Oviposition preference and larval performance of spotted-wing drosophila (Drosophila suzukii): effects of fruit identity and composition. In revision in Environmental Entomology.
  2. Charlery de la Masselière, M., Ravigné, V., Facon, B., Lefeuvre, P., Massol, F., Quilici, S. & P.-F. Duyck. Changes in phytophagous insect host ranges following the invasion of their community: Long-term data for fruit flies. Ecology & Evolution 7: 5181-5190.
  3. Hafsi A., Facon B., Ravigné V., Chiroleu F., Quilici S., Chermiti B. & P.-F. Duyck. 2016. Host plant range of a fruit fly community (Diptera: Tephritidae): does fruit composition influence larval performance? BMC Ecology, 16:1-14. PDF

Plant pathogens in heterogeneous environments

  1. Richard, D., Ravigné, V., Rieux, A., Facon, B., Boyer, C., Boyer, K., Grygiel, P., Javegny, S., Terville, M., Canteros, B. I., Robène, I., Vernière, C., Chabirand, A., Pruvost, O. & P. Lefeuvre.2017. Adaptation of genetically monomorphic bacteria: copper resistance evolution through multiple horizontal gene transfers of complex and versatile mobile genetic elements. Molecular Ecology 26: 2131-2149.
  2. Walker, A.-S., Rieux, A. Ravigné, V. & E. Fournier. 2017. Fungal adaptation to contemporary fungicide applications: the case of Botrytis cinerea populations from Champagne vineyards (France). Molecular Ecology 26: 1919-1935.

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