Greg Lamarre, Ph.D.

Job Position: Research Scientist - Laboratory of Tropical Ecology

Contact details

Phone: +420 387775377


Tropical forest community ecology and particularly plant-insect interactions (both sides)

Various aspects of Arthropod Ecology such as taxonomic and functional community composition, phenology, methodology, Phylogenetics and conservation biology

Total found: 7 records
Basset Y. F., Lamarre G. (2019) Toward a world that values insects (editorial material). Science 364 : 1230-1231.
DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw7071
Lopes M.C., Lamarre G., Baraloto C., Fine P., Vincentini A., Baccaro F. (2019) The Amazonas-trap: a new method for sampling plant-inhabiting arthropod communities in tropical forest understory. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 167 : 534-543.
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12797
Lamarre G., Juin Y., Lapied E., Le Gall P., Nakamura A. (2018) Using field-based entomological research to promote awareness about forest ecosystem conservation. Nature Conservation - Bulgaria 29 : 39-56.
DOI: 10.3897/natureconservation.29.26876
Basset Y. F., Lamarre G., Ratz T., Segar S. T., Decaëns T., Rougerie R., Miller S. E., Perez F., Bobadilla R., Lopez Y., Ramirez J., Aiello A., Barrios H. (2017) The Saturniidae of Barro Colorado Islands, Panama: A model taxon for studying the long-term effects of climate change? Ecology and Evolution 7 : 9991-10004.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3515
Lamarre G., Amoretti D., Baraloto C., Bénéluz F., Mesones I., Fine P. (2016) Phylogenetic overdispersion in Lepidoptera communities of Amazonian white-sand forests. Biotropica 48 : 101-109.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12294
Lamarre G., Decaëns T., Rougerie R., Barbut J., Dewaard J. R., Hebert P. D., Herbin D., Laguerre M., Thiaucourt P., Martins M. (2016) An integrative taxonomy approach unveils unknown and threatened moth species in Amazonian rainforest fragments. Insect Conservation and Diversity 9 : 475-479.
DOI: 10.1111/icad.12187
Lamarre G., Hérault B., Fine P., Vedel V., Lupoli R., Mesones I., Baraloto C. (2016) Taxonomic and functional composition of arthropod assemblages across contrasting Amazonian forests. Journal of Animal Ecology 85 : 227-239.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12445


Biology Centre CAS
Institute of Entomology
Branišovská 1160/31
370 05 České Budějovice

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