Directorate Taxonomy and Phylogeny - Charlotte De Busschere

Charlotte De Busschere

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Key Publications
F. Ihlow, Courant, J. , Secondi, J. , Herrel, A. , Rebelo, R. , G. Measey, J. , Lillo, F. , F. De Villiers, A. , Vogt, S. , De Busschere, C. , Backeljau, T. , and Rödder, D. , Impacts of Climate Change on the Global Invasion Potential of the African Clawed Frog Xenopus laevis, PLoS ONE, vol. 11(6), p. e0154869., 2016.
C. De Busschere, Courant, J. , Herrel, A. , Rebelo, R. , Rödder, D. , G. Measey, J. , and Backeljau, T. , Unequal contribution of native South African phylogeographic lineages to the invasion of the African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, in Europe, PeerJ, vol. 4, p. e1659, 2016.

2016

F. Ihlow, Courant, J. , Secondi, J. , Herrel, A. , Rebelo, R. , G. Measey, J. , Lillo, F. , F. De Villiers, A. , Vogt, S. , De Busschere, C. , Backeljau, T. , and Rödder, D. , Impacts of Climate Change on the Global Invasion Potential of the African Clawed Frog Xenopus laevis, PLoS ONE, vol. 11(6), p. e0154869., 2016.
C. De Busschere, Courant, J. , Herrel, A. , Rebelo, R. , Rödder, D. , G. Measey, J. , and Backeljau, T. , Unequal contribution of native South African phylogeographic lineages to the invasion of the African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, in Europe, PeerJ, vol. 4, p. e1659, 2016.
01/06/2014 to 31/05/2017

INVAXEN: Invasive biology of Xenopus laevis in Europe

Information on the invasive potential of a species is crucial to assess likely future impacts on biodiversity and to improve the scientific basis for decision-making on biological invasions.

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