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Alexis Rutschmann
Alexis Rutschmann
School of Biological Science, University of Auckland
Adresse e-mail validée de auckland.ac.nz
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Phenological plasticity will not help all species adapt to climate change
A Duputié, A Rutschmann, O Ronce, I Chuine
Global change biology 21 (8), 3062-3073, 2015
1502015
Role of propagule pressure in colonization success: disentangling the relative importance of demographic, genetic and habitat effects
RA Hufbauer, A Rutschmann, B Serrate, H Vermeil de Conchard, B Facon
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (8), 1691-1699, 2013
117*2013
Shorter telomeres precede population extinction in wild lizards
A Dupoué, A Rutschmann, JF Le Galliard, J Clobert, F Angelier, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-8, 2017
612017
Little adaptive potential in a threatened passerine bird
P de Villemereuil, A Rutschmann, KD Lee, JG Ewen, P Brekke, ...
Current Biology 29 (5), 889-894. e3, 2019
442019
Climate and habitat interact to shape the thermal reaction norms of breeding phenology across lizard populations
A Rutschmann, DB Miles, JF Le Galliard, M Richard, S Moulherat, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (2), 457-466, 2016
382016
Water availability and environmental temperature correlate with geographic variation in water balance in common lizards
A Dupoué, A Rutschmann, JF Le Galliard, DB Miles, J Clobert, ...
Oecologia 185 (4), 561-571, 2017
372017
Reduction in baseline corticosterone secretion correlates with climate warming and drying across wild lizard populations
A Dupoué, A Rutschmann, JF Le Galliard, J Clobert, P Blaimont, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (5), 1331-1341, 2018
332018
Environmental variation mediates the prevalence and co-occurrence of parasites in the common lizard, Zootoca vivipara
Q Wu, M Richard, A Rutschmann, DB Miles, J Clobert
BMC ecology 19 (1), 1-11, 2019
172019
Warmer temperatures attenuate the classic offspring number and reproductive investment trade-off in the common lizard, Zootoca vivipara
A Rutschmann, DB Miles, J Clobert, M Richard
Biology Letters 12 (6), 20160101, 2016
152016
Can threatened species adapt in a restored habitat? No expected evolutionary response in lay date for the New Zealand hihi
P de Villemereuil, A Rutschmann, JG Ewen, AW Santure, P Brekke
Evolutionary applications 12 (3), 482-497, 2019
142019
Interaction of hydric and thermal conditions drive geographic variation in thermoregulation in a widespread lizard
D Rozen‐Rechels, A Rutschmann, A Dupoué, P Blaimont, V Chauveau, ...
Ecological monographs 91 (2), e01440, 2021
112021
Genetic variance in fitness indicates rapid contemporary adaptive evolution in wild animals
T Bonnet, MB Morrissey, P de Villemereuil, SC Alberts, P Arcese, ...
Science 376 (6596), 1012-1016, 2022
72022
Climate dependent heating efficiency in the common lizard
A Rutschmann, D Rozen‐Rechels, A Dupoué, P Blaimont, ...
Ecology and evolution 10 (15), 8007-8017, 2020
72020
Science-based, stakeholder-inclusive and participatory conservation planning helps reverse the decline of threatened species
CM Lees, A Rutschmann, AW Santure, JR Beggs
Biological Conservation 260, 109194, 2021
52021
Consequences of space sharing on individual phenotypes in the New Zealand hihi
A Rutschmann, P de Villemereuil, P Brekke, JG Ewen, N Anderson, ...
Evolutionary Ecology 34 (5), 821-839, 2020
32020
Intraspecific diversity alters the relationship between climate change and parasitism in a polymorphic ectotherm
Q Wu, DB Miles, M Richard, A Rutschmann, J Clobert
Global Change Biology 28 (4), 1301-1314, 2022
12022
Intense nocturnal warming alters growth strategies, colouration and parasite load in a diurnal lizard
A Rutschmann, A Dupoué, DB Miles, R Megía‐Palma, C Lauden, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (8), 1864-1877, 2021
12021
Lizards from warm and declining populations are born with extremely short telomeres
A Dupoué, P Blaimont, F Angelier, C Ribout, D Rozen-Rechels, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (33), e2201371119, 2022
2022
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