Denoël, M., Dalleur, S., Langrand, E., Besnard, A., & Cayuela, H. (2018). Dispersal and alternative breeding site fidelity strategies in an amphibian. Ecography, 41(9), 1543-1555.
Dispersal (i.e., movement from a natal or breeding site to another breeding site) is a central process in ecology and evolution as it affects the eco-evolutionary dynamics of spatially structured populations ...
Kopecky, O., Vojar, J., & Denoël, M. (2010). Movements of Alpine newts (Mesotriton alpestris) between small aquatic habitats (ruts) during the breeding season. Amphibia-Reptilia, 31(1), 109-116.
Many species with complex life cycles, such as caudate amphibians, migrate from terrestrial to aquatic habitats for reproduction. However, movements between reproductive ponds within a breeding season have ...
Denoël, M., Whiteman, H. H., & Wissinger, S. A. (2007). Foraging tactics in alternative heterochronic salamander morphs: trophic quality of ponds matters more than water permanency. Freshwater Biology, 52(9), 1667-1676.
1. In lentic freshwater habitats, the composition of animal assemblages shifts along a gradient from temporary to permanent basins. When habitats with different degrees of permanence are at the scale of the ...