Jean-Louis Hemptinne
Jean-Louis Hemptinne
Professor; Lab Evolution & Diversité biologique (CNRS, UPS); University Toulouse
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Ecologie: Approche scientifique et pratique
C Faurie
Lavoisier, 2011
Attack strategy of ladybird beetles (Coccinellidae): factors shaping their numerical response
JL Hemptinne, AFG Dixon, J Coffin
Oecologia 90, 238-245, 1992
Selectivity in the exploitation of floral resources by hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphinae)
E Branquart, JL Hemptinne
Ecography 23 (6), 732-742, 2000
Using functional response modeling to investigate the effect of temperature on predator feeding rate and energetic efficiency
A Sentis, JL Hemptinne, J Brodeur
Oecologia 169, 1117-1125, 2012
Assessment of patch quality by ladybirds: role of larval tracks
M Doumbia, JL Hemptinne, AFG Dixon
Oecologia 113, 197-202, 1998
Pest control by a community of natural enemies
KD Sunderland, JA Axelsen, K Dromph, B Freier, JL Hemptinne, NH Holst, ...
Acta Jutlandica 72, 271-326, 1998
Phylogeny of ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae): are the subfamilies monophyletic?
A Magro, E Lecompte, F Magne, JL Hemptinne, B Crouau-Roy
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54 (3), 833-848, 2010
Role of surface chemical signals in egg cannibalism and intraguild predation in ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
JL Hemptinne, G Lognay, C Gauthier, AFG Dixon
Chemoecology 10, 123-128, 2000
Effects of simulated heat waves on an experimental plant–herbivore–predator food chain
A Sentis, JL Hemptinne, J Brodeur
Global Change Biology 19 (3), 833-842, 2013
Effectiveness of ladybirds as biological control agents: patterns and processes
AFG Dixon, JL Hemptinne, P Kindlmann
BioControl 42 (1-2), 71-83, 1997
Chemical nature and persistence of the oviposition deterring pheromone in the tracks of the larvae of the two spot ladybird, Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
JL Hemptinne, G Lognay, M Doumbia, AFG Dixon
Chemoecology 11, 43-47, 2001
Reproductive tactics of ladybird beetles: relationships between egg size, ovariole number and developmental time
LA Stewart, JL Hemptinne, AFG Dixon
Functional Ecology, 380-385, 1991
The contribution of potential beneficial insectary plant species to adult hoverfly (Diptera: Syrphidae) fitness
EA Laubertie, SD Wratten, JL Hemptinne
Biological Control 61 (1), 1-6, 2012
Colonization of apple orchards by predators of Dysaphis plantaginea: sequential arrival, response to prey abundance and consequences for biological control
M Miñarro, JL Hemptinne, E Dapena
BioControl 50, 403-414, 2005
Interactions between ants and aphidophagous and coccidophagous ladybirds
MEN Majerus, JJ Sloggett, JF Godeau, JL Hemptinne
Population Ecology 49, 15-27, 2007
Optimal foraging by hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) and ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae): mechanism
JL Hemptinne, AFG Dixon, JL Doucet, JE Petersen
EJE 90 (4), 451-455, 2013
Effects of augmentative releases of eggs and larvae of the ladybird beetle, Adalia bipunctata, on the abundance of the rosy apple aphid, Dysaphis plantaginea, in …
E Wyss, M Villiger, JL Hemptinne, H Müller‐schärer
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 90 (2), 167-173, 1999
Towards a mechanistic understanding of temperature and enrichment effects on species interaction strength, omnivory and food‐web structure
A Sentis, JL Hemptinne, J Brodeur
Ecology Letters 17 (7), 785-793, 2014
Mate recognition in the two-spot ladybird beetle, Adalia bipunctata: role of chemical and behavioural cues
JL Hemptinne, G Lognay, AFG Dixon
Journal of Insect Physiology 44 (12), 1163-1171, 1998
Searching behaviour and mate recognition by males of the two‐spot ladybird beetle, Adalia bipunctata
JL Hemptinne, AFG Dixon, G Lognay
Ecological Entomology 21 (2), 165-170, 1996
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