Felipe Dargent
Felipe Dargent
Researcher - Canadian Forest Service NRCan
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Experimental elimination of parasites in nature leads to the evolution of increased resistance in hosts
F Dargent, ME Scott, AP Hendry, GF Fussmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1773), 20132371, 2013
Adding parasites to the guppy-predation story: insights from field surveys
KM Gotanda, LC Delaire, JAM Raeymaekers, F Pérez-Jvostov, F Dargent, ...
Oecologia 172, 155-166, 2013
Parasite infection leads to widespread glucocorticoid hormone increases in vertebrate hosts: A meta‐analysis
K O’Dwyer, F Dargent, MR Forbes, J Koprivnikar
Journal of animal ecology 89 (2), 519-529, 2020
Relative host body condition and food availability influence epidemic dynamics: a Poecilia reticulata-Gyrodactylus turnbulli host-parasite model
CP Tadiri, F Dargent, ME Scott
Parasitology 140 (3), 343-351, 2013
Ecological correlates of the distribution limits of two poeciliid species along a salinity gradient
J Torres-Dowdall, F Dargent, CA Handelsman, IW Ramnarine, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108 (4), 790-805, 2013
Explaining parasite aggregation: more than one parasite species at a time
A Morrill, F Dargent, MR Forbes
International journal for parasitology 47 (4), 185-188, 2017
Parting ways: parasite release in nature leads to sex‐specific evolution of defence
F Dargent, G Rolshausen, AP Hendry, ME Scott, GF Fussmann
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (1), 23-34, 2016
Can mixed-species groups reduce individual parasite load? A field test with two closely related poeciliid fishes (Poecilia reticulata and Poecilia picta)
F Dargent, J Torres-Dowdall, ME Scott, I Ramnarine, GF Fussmann
Plos one 8 (2), e56789, 2013
Female preference for novel males constrains the contemporary evolution of assortative mating in guppies
F Dargent, L Chen, GF Fussmann, CK Ghalambor, AP Hendry
Behavioral Ecology 30 (3), 646-657, 2019
Characterizing eastern spruce budworm’s large-scale dispersal events through flight behavior and stable isotope analyses
F Dargent, JN Candau, K Studens, KH Perrault, MS Reich, CP Bataille
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 11, 1060982, 2023
Low prevalence of the parasite Ophryocystis elektroscirrha at the range edge of the eastern North American monarch (Danaus plexippus) butterfly population
F Dargent, SM Gilmour, EA Brown, R Kassen, HM Kharouba
Canadian Journal of Zoology 99 (5), 409-413, 2021
Metals and metal isotopes incorporation in insect wings: Implications for geolocation and pollution exposure
MS Reich, M Kindra, F Dargent, L Hu, DTT Flockhart, DR Norris, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 11, 1085903, 2023
Lesser snow goose helminths show recurring and positive parasite infection-diversity relations
F Dargent, A Morrill, RT Alisauskas, JD McLaughlin, D Shutler, MR Forbes
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 6 (1), 22-28, 2017
Demasculinization of male guppies increases resistance to a common and harmful ectoparasite
F Dargent, AR Reddon, WT Swaney, GF Fussmann, SM Reader, ME Scott, ...
Parasitology 142 (13), 1647-1655, 2015
Experimental evolution of parasite resistance in wild guppies: natural and multifarious selection
F Dargent, ME Scott, AP Hendry, GF Fussmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1794), 20141820, 2014
Adaptive Radiation in Microbes
F Dargent, R Kassen
Academic Press, 2019
Do gynogenetic species escape evolving enemies?
F Dargent, MR Forbes
Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 8, 76-82, 2015
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