David Lesbarrères

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Department of Biology Laurentian University (Canada) 
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Bienentreu JF, Schock DM, Greer AL, et al. (2022) Ranavirus Amplification in Low-Diversity Amphibian Communities. Frontiers in Veterinary Science. 9: 755426
Green DM, Lannoo MJ, Lesbarrères D, et al. (2020) Amphibian Population Declines: 30 Years of Progress in Confronting a Complex Problem Herpetologica. 76: 97
Bienentreu J, Lesbarrères D. (2020) Amphibian Disease Ecology: Are We Just Scratching the Surface? Herpetologica. 76: 153-166
Grant SA, Bienentreu JF, Vilaça ST, et al. (2019) Low intraspecific variation of Frog virus 3 with evidence for novel FV3-like isolates in central and northwestern Canada. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 134: 1-13
McMillan KM, Lesbarrères D, Harrison XA, et al. (2019) Spatiotemporal heterogeneity decouples infection parameters of amphibian chytridiomycosis. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Vilaça ST, Bienentreu JF, Brunetti CR, et al. (2019) genomes reveal prevalent recombination between lineages and their origin in Canada. Journal of Virology
Forzán MJ, Bienentreu J, Schock DM, et al. (2019) Multi-tool diagnosis of an outbreak of ranavirosis in amphibian tadpoles in the Canadian boreal forest. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 135: 33-41
Varela BJ, Lesbarrères D, Ibáñez R, et al. (2018) Environmental and Host Effects on Skin Bacterial Community Composition in Panamanian Frogs. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9: 298
Baxter-Gilbert JH, Riley JL, Boyle SP, et al. (2017) Turning the threat into a solution: using roadways to survey cryptic species and to identify locations for conservation Australian Journal of Zoology. 66: 50-56
LeGros DL, Steinberg B, Lesbarrères D. (2017) Middle of the road: enhanced habitat for salamanders on unused logging roads Wildlife Research. 44: 1-8
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