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Martin Šigut
Martin Šigut
Department of Biology and Ecology, Faculty of Science, University of Ostrava
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Simple and efficient trap for bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) to facilitate invasive species monitoring and citizen involvement
MS Steininger, J Hulcr, M Šigut, A Lucky
Journal of Economic Entomology 108 (3), 1115-1123, 2015
462015
Fungal Associates of the Xylosandrus compactus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) Are Spatially Segregated on the Insect Body
C Bateman, M Šigut, J Skelton, KE Smith, J Hulcr
Environmental Entomology 45 (4), 883-890, 2016
432016
Performance of DNA metabarcoding, standard barcoding, and morphological approach in the identification of host–parasitoid interactions
M Šigut, M Kostovčík, H Šigutová, J Hulcr, P Drozd, J Hrček
PloS one 12 (12), e0187803, 2017
362017
Phylogenetic composition of host plant communities drives plant‐herbivore food web structure
M Volf, P Pyszko, T Abe, M Libra, N Kotásková, M Šigut, R Kumar, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (3), 556-565, 2017
332017
Intensive fish ponds as ecological traps for dragonflies: an imminent threat to the endangered species Sympetrum depressiusculum (Odonata: Libellulidae)
H Šigutová, M Šigut, A Dolný
Journal of insect conservation 19, 961-974, 2015
322015
Quantitative assessment of plant-arthropod interactions in forest canopies: A plot-based approach
M Volf, P Klimeš, GPA Lamarre, CM Redmond, CL Seifert, T Abe, J Auga, ...
PLoS One 14 (10), e0222119, 2019
212019
Vertical canopy gradient shaping the stratification of leaf‐chewer–parasitoid interactions in a temperate forest
M Šigut, H Šigutová, J Šipoš, P Pyszko, N Kotásková, P Drozd
Ecology and evolution 8 (15), 7297-7311, 2018
142018
Caterpillar gut and host plant phylloplane mycobiomes differ: a new perspective on fungal involvement in insect guts
D Višňovská, P Pyszko, M Šigut, M Kostovčík, M Kolařík, N Kotásková, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (9), fiaa116, 2020
122020
Ecological aspects of underwater oviposition in Lestes sponsa (Odonata: Lestidae)
A Dolný, J Helebrandová, T Ruskova, M Šigut, F Harabiš
Odonatologica 43 (3/4), 183-197, 2014
82014
Plant phylogeny drives arboreal caterpillar assemblages across the Holarctic
CL Seifert, M Volf, LR Jorge, T Abe, G Carscallen, P Drozd, R Kumar, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (24), 14137-14151, 2020
72020
Specialization directs habitat selection responses to a top predator in semiaquatic but not aquatic taxa
H Šigutová, F Harabiš, M Šigut, J Vojar, L Choleva, A Dolný
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 18928, 2021
52021
Effect of bacterial and fungal microbiota removal on the survival and development of bryophagous beetles
P Pyszko, D Višňovská, M Drgová, M Šigut, P Drozd
Environmental Entomology 49 (4), 902-911, 2020
52020
High-diversity microbiomes in the guts of bryophagous beetles (Coleoptera: Byrrhidae).
P Pyszko, M Šigut, M Kostovčík, P Drozd, J Hulcr
European Journal of Entomology 116, 2019
52019
Wing wettability gradient in a damselfly Lestes sponsa (Odonata: Lestidae) reflects the submergence behaviour during underwater oviposition
H Šigutová, M Šigut, A Kovalev, SN Gorb
Royal Society Open Science 7 (12), 201258, 2020
32020
Avoiding erroneous citations in ecological research: read before you apply
M Šigut, H Šigutová, P Pyszko, A Dolný, M Drozdová, P Drozd
Oikos 126 (11), 1523-1532, 2017
32017
Fungi are more transient than bacteria in caterpillar gut microbiomes
M Šigut, P Pyszko, H Šigutová, D Višňovská, M Kostovčík, N Kotásková, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 15552, 2022
12022
Phenotypic plasticity in specialists: How long-spined larval Sympetrum depressiusculum (Odonata: Libellulidae) responds to combined predator cues
H Šigutová, M Šigut, A Dolný
Plos one 13 (8), e0201406, 2018
12018
Seasonal Shifts in Bacterial and Fungal Microbiomes of Leaves and Associated Leaf-Mining Larvae Reveal Persistence of Core Taxa Regardless of Diet
H Šigutová, M Šigut, P Pyszko, M Kostovčík, M Kolařík, P Drozd
Microbiology Spectrum, e03160-22, 2023
2023
Individual variability in habitat selection by aquatic insects is driven by taxonomy rather than specialisation
H Šigutová, M Šigut, A Dolný, F Harabiš
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 20735, 2022
2022
Caterpillar Gut Microbiome: Fungi Are More Transient Than Bacteria
M Šigut, P Pyszko, H Šigutová, D Višňovská, M Kostovčík, N Kotásková, ...
2022
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