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Maxime Dahirel
Maxime Dahirel
Postdoctoral researcher, Ghent University
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Body-size shifts in aquatic and terrestrial urban communities
T Merckx, C Souffreau, A Kaiser, LF Baardsen, T Backeljau, D Bonte, ...
Nature 558 (7708), 113-116, 2018
1492018
Dispersal: a central and independent trait in life history
D Bonte, M Dahirel
Oikos 126 (4), 472-479, 2017
1312017
Urbanization drives cross‐taxon declines in abundance and diversity at multiple spatial scales
E Piano, C Souffreau, T Merckx, LF Baardsen, T Backeljau, D Bonte, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (3), 1196-1211, 2020
912020
Bottom-up and top-down control of dispersal across major organismal groups
EA Fronhofer, D Legrand, F Altermatt, A Ansart, S Blanchet, D Bonte, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (12), 1859-1863, 2018
542018
Kin competition accelerates experimental range expansion in an arthropod herbivore
K Van Petegem, F Moerman, M Dahirel, E Fronhofer, M Vandegehuchte, ...
Ecology Letters, 2017
472017
Movement propensity and ability correlate with ecological specialisation in European land snails: comparative analysis of a dispersal syndrome
M Dahirel, E Olivier, A Guiller, MC Martin, L Madec, A Ansart
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2014
372014
Intraspecific variation shapes community‐level behavioral responses to urbanization in spiders
M Dahirel, J Dierick, M De Cock, D Bonte
Ecology 98 (9), 2379-2390, 2017
272017
Individual boldness is life stage-dependent and linked to dispersal in a hermaphrodite land snail
M Dahirel, A Vong, A Ansart, L Madec
Ecological Research 32 (5), 751-755, 2017
162017
Stage-and weather-dependent dispersal in the brown garden snail Cornu aspersum
M Dahirel, A Ansart, L Madec
Population Ecology 56 (1), 227-237, 2014
152014
Urbanization‐driven changes in web‐building and body size in an orb‐web spider
M Dahirel, M De Cock, P Vantieghem, D Bonte
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2019
142019
Shifts from pulled to pushed range expansions caused by reduction of landscape connectivity
M Dahirel, A Bertin, M Haond, A Blin, E Lombaert, V Calcagno, S Fellous, ...
Oikos, 2021
112021
Dispersal-related traits of the snail Cornu aspersum along an urbanisation gradient: maintenance of mobility across life stages despite high costs
M Dahirel, A Séguret, A Ansart, L Madec
Urban Ecosystems 19 (4), 1847-1859, 2016
92016
The distinct phenotypic signatures of dispersal and stress in an arthropod model: from physiology to life history
M Dahirel, S Masier, D Renault, D Bonte
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (16), jeb203596, 2019
72019
Density-dependence across dispersal stages in a hermaphrodite land snail: insights from discrete choice models
M Dahirel, M Vardakis, A Ansart, L Madec
Oecologia 181 (4), 1117-1128, 2016
72016
Context dependence of the olfactory perceptual range in the generalist land snail Cornu aspersum
M Dahirel, H Cholé, A Séguret, L Madec, A Ansart
Canadian Journal of Zoology 93 (8), 665-669, 2015
72015
Brachylaima spp.(Trematoda) parasitizing Cornu aspersum (Gastropoda) in France with potential risk of human consumption
C Gérard, A Ansart, N Decanter, MC Martin, M Dahirel
Parasite 27, 15, 2020
62020
Transdisciplinary Bioblitz: Rapid biotic and abiotic inventory allows studying environmental changes over 60 years at the Biological Field Station of Paimpont (Brittany, France …
A Nicolai, M Guernion, S Guillocheau, K Hoeffner, P Le Gouar, N Ménard, ...
Biodiversity Data Journal 8, e50451, 2020
42020
Potential syndromes linking dispersal and reproduction in the hermaphrodite land snail Cornu aspersum
M Dahirel, A Ansart, L Madec
Journal of Zoology 299 (2), 98-105, 2016
42016
Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover
JS Santangelo, RW Ness, B Cohan, CR Fitzpatrick, SG Innes, S Koch, ...
Science 375 (6586), 1275-1281, 2022
32022
Boldness and exploration vary between shell morphs but not environmental contexts in the snail Cepaea nemoralis
M Dahirel, V Gaudu, A Ansart
Ethology 127 (4), 321-333, 2021
3*2021
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