Winandy, L., Legrand, P., & Denoël, M. (2017). Habitat selection and reproduction of newts in networks of fish and fishless aquatic patches. Animal Behaviour, 123, 107-115.
The spatial distribution of organisms in patchy environments can be determined by the relationship between habitat quality and animal behaviour. In species with complex life cycles, such as pond-breeding ...
Winandy, L., Colin, M., & Denoël, M. (2016). Temporal habitat shift of a polymorphic newt species under predation risk. Behavioral Ecology, 27(4), 1025-1032.
The temporal partitioning hypothesis suggests that the evolution of different diel activity rhythms in animals might facilitate the coexistence between prey and predators. However, the temporal shift of ...
Winandy, L., Darnet, E., & Denoël, M. (2015). Amphibians forgo aquatic life in response to alien fish introduction. Animal Behaviour, 109, 209-216.
Species with complex life cycles are good models to understand trade-offs between life in hostile and favourable habitats. Newts remain in breeding wetlands for a long period and are strongly affected by fish ...
Winandy, L., & Denoël, M. (2015). The aggressive personality of an introduced fish affects foraging behavior in a polymorphic newt. Behavioral Ecology, 26(6), 1528-1536.
The study of personality has aroused much interest and has provided insight into the understanding of animal behavior. Nevertheless, the study of the ecological consequences of personality is a newer field ...
Winandy, L., & Denoël, M. (2015). Expression of sexual ornaments in a polymorphic species: phenotypic variation in response to environmental risk. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 28(5), 1049-1056.
Secondary sexual traits may evolve under the antagonistic context of sexual and natural selection. In some polymorphic species, these traits are only expressed during the breeding period and are differently ...
Winandy, L., & Denoël, M. (2013). Introduced goldfish affect amphibians through inhibition of sexual behaviour in risky habitats: an experimental approach. PLoS ONE, 8(11), 82736.
The introduction of alien species is one of the major causes of current and global biodiversity loss. The introduction of fish can be a particular threat to native amphibian populations, which are declining ...
Winandy, L., & Denoël, M. (2013). Cues from introduced fish alter shelter use and feeding behaviour in adult alpine newts. Ethology, 119(2), 121-129.
Amphibians are particularly affected by alien fish introductions and are declining worldwide. However, the behavioural mechanisms behind the observed cases of coexistence and exclusion patterns between adult ...
Denoël, M., & Lehmann, A. (2006). Multi-scale effect of landscape processes and habitat quality on newt abundance: Implications for conservation. Biological Conservation, 130(4), 495-504.
Recent studies in population dynamics suggest that landscape processes and habitat quality act at different scales on population abundances, but very few have modelled their simultaneous effects. However, at a ...
Denoël, M., Džukić, G., & Kalezic, M. L. (2005). Effects of widespread fish introductions on paedomorphic newts in Europe. Conservation Biology, 19(1), 162-170.
As a result of factors such as global warming, habitat destruction, and species introduction, amphibians are declining worldwide. No one, however, has analyzed the status of polymorphic amphibian species at a ...