58. Ducatez S and DeVore JL (2023) Observation of a leucistic Brown Noddy Anous stolidus in Tetiaroa, French Polynesia. Marine Ornithology 51: 23-25.


57. Ducatez S and DeVore JL (2022) First record of a Baird’s sandpiper (Calidris bairdii) in Eastern Polynesia. Notornis 69 : 177-180.
56. Ducatez S, DeVore JL, Whiting MJ & Audet JN (2022) Editorial : Cognition and adaptation to urban environments. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10 : 953494. doi : 10.3389/fevo.2022.953494
55. Marton A, Vágási CI, Vincze O, Bókony V, Pap PL, Pătraș L, Pénzes J, Bărbos L, Fülöp A, Osváth G, Ducatez S* & Giraudeau M* (2022) Oxidative physiology is weakly associated with pigmentation in birds. Ecology and Evolution 12 (8) : e9177.
*shared last co-authorship


54. Shine R, Alford R, Blennerhasset R, Brown G, DeVore J, Ducatez S, Finnerty P, Greenless M, Kaiser SW, McCann S, Pettit L, Pizzatto L, Schwarzkopf L, Ward-Fear G, Philips B (2021) Increased rate of dispersal of free-ranging cane toads (Rhinella marina) during their global invasion. Scientific Reports. 11:23574
53. Ducatez S & Field DJ (2021) Disentangling the avian altricial-precocial spectrum: Quantitative assessment of developmental mode, phylogenetic signal, and dimensionality. Evolution. 75:2717-2735.
52. Russo AG, Harding EF, Yan GJH, Selechnik D, Ducatez S, DeVore JL, Zhou J, Sarma RR, Peng Lee Y, Richardson MF, Shine R, Rollins LA & White PA (2021) Discovery of novel viruses associated with the invasive cane toad (Rhinella marina) in its native and introduced ranges. Frontiers in Microbiology doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2021.733631
51. DeVore J, Crossland M, Shine R & Ducatez S (2021). The evolution of targeted cannibalism and cannibal-induced defenses in invasive populations of cane toads. PNAS. 118 (35) e2100765118. Recommandé (9.3) par FacultyOpinions ; Présenté dans Le Monde, Newsweek, Nature, CBC…
50. DeVore J, Shine R & Ducatez S (2021). Spatial ecology of cane toads (Rhinella marina) in their native range: a radiotelemetric study from French Guiana. Scientific Reports. 11817.
49. Ducatez S & Shine R (2021). Can simultaneously operating threats predict extinction risk in vertebrates? Conservation Letters. e12801.
48. De Kort H, Prunier JG, Ducatez S, Honnay O, Baguette M, Stevens VM & Blanchet S (2021). Life history, climate and biogeography interactively affect worldwide genetic diversity of plant and animal populations. Nature Communications. 12:516.


47. Ducatez S, Lefebvre L, Sayol F, Audet JN & Sol D (2020). Host cognition and parasitism in birds: a review of the main mechanisms. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2020.00102.
46. Pettit L, Ducatez S, DeVore JL, Ward-Fear G & Shine R (2020). Diurnal activity in cane toads (Rhinella marina) is geographically widespread. Scientific Reports 10:5723.
45. Ducatez S, Sol D, Sayol F, Lefebvre L (2020). Behavioural plasticity is associated with reduced extinction risk in birds. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 4:788-793. Présenté dans the New-York Times, the Times, CNN… également Audubon, the Wildlife Society…
44. DeVore J, Shine R & Ducatez S (2020). Parasite release in urban and introduced habitats: Human activity disrupts the relationship between host density and tick parasitism. Journal of Animal Ecology 89:1122-1133.


43. Selechnik D, Richardson MF, Shine R, DeVore J, Ducatez S, & Rollins LA (2019) Increased adaptive variation despite reduced overall genetic diversity in a rapidly adapting invader. Frontiers in Genetics. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2019.01221.
42. Sayol F, Lapiedra O, Ducatez S & Sol D (2019). Larger brains spur species diversification in birds. Evolution. 73: 2085-2093. Commenté dans PNAS
41. Ducatez S, Audet JN & Lefebvre L (2019). Speed-accuracy trade-off, detour-reaching and response to PHA in Carib grackles. Animal Cognition 22:625-633.
40. Ducatez S & Shine R (2019). Life-history traits and the fate of translocated populations. Conservation Biology 33:853-860. Présenté sur le blog de Fred Singer:
39. Ducatez S & DeVore J (2019). Foraging innovation in a large-brained Meliphagidae: Blue-faced honeyeaters (Entomyzon cyanotis) open sugar packets. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131:390-395.
38. Ducatez S (2019). Which sharks attract research? Analyses of the distribution of research effort in sharks reveal significant non-random knowledge biases. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29:355-367.


37. Ducatez S, Sayol F, Sol D & Lefebvre L (2018). Are urban vertebrates city specialists, artificial habitat exploiters or environmental generalists? Integrative and Comparative Biology 58:929-938.
36. Giraudeau M, Bonzom JM, Ducatez S, Beaugelin-Seiller K, Deviche P, Lengagne T, Cavalie I, Camilleri V, Adam-Guillermin C & McGraw KJ (2018). Carotenoid distribution in wild Japanese tree frogs (Hyla japonica) exposed to ionizing radiation in Fukushima. Scientific Reports 8:7438.


35. Audet JN, Kayello L, Ducatez S, Perillo L, Cauchard L, Howard JT, O’Connell LA, Jarvis ED & Lefebvre L (2017). Divergence in problem-solving skills is associated with differential expression of glutamate receptors in wild finches. Science Advances 4(3):eaao6369.
34. Ducatez S, Giraudeau M, Thébaud C & Jacquin L (2017). Colour polymorphism is associated with lower extinction risk in birds. Global Change Biology 23:3030-3039.
33. Ducatez S & Shine R (2017). Drivers of extinction risk in terrestrial vertebrates. Conservation Letters 10:186-192.
32. Martinossi-Allibert I, Clavel J, Ducatez S, Le Viol I & Teplitsky C (2017). Does habitat specialization shape the evolutionary potential of wild bird populations? Journal of Avian Biology 48:1158-1165.
31. Ducatez S, Audet JN & Lefebvre L (2017). Innovativeness and the effects of urbanization on risk-taking behaviors in wild Barbados birds. Animal Cognition 20:33.
30. Giraudeau M, Ziegler AK, Pick J, Ducatez S, Canale CI & Tschirren B (2017). Interactive effects of yolk testosterone and carotenoid on pre-natal growth and chick physiology. Behavioral Ecology 28:31-38.


29. Giraudeau M & Ducatez S (2016). Co-adjustment of yolk antioxidants and androgens in birds. Biology Letters 12:20160676.
28. Legrand D, Larranaga N, Bertrand R, Ducatez S, Calvez O, Stevens VM & Baguette M (2016). Evolution of a butterfly dispersal syndrome. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283:20161533.
27. Audet JN, Ducatez S & Lefebvre L (2016). Bajan birds pull strings: Two wild Antillean species enter the select club of string-pullers. PLoS One 11(8):e0156122. Présenté dans National Geographic, Science Daily, Birdwatch…
26. Sol D, Sayol F, Ducatez S & Lefebvre L (2016). The life history basis of behavioural innovations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371:20150187.
25. Lefebvre L, Ducatez S & Audet JN (2016). Feeding innovations in a nested phylogeny of Neotropical passerines. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371:20150188.
24. Ducatez S, Crossland M & Shine R (2016) Differences in developmental strategies between long-settled and invasion front populations of the cane toad in Australia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:335-343.
23. Audet JN, Ducatez S & Lefebvre L (2016). The town bird and the country bird: problem solving and immunocompetence vary with urbanization. Behavioral Ecology 27:637-644. Présenté dans Sciencedaily, IFLS, The Washington Post, TVA, CBC, Newsweek…
22. Ducatez S & Baguette M (2016). Inter-individual variation in shivering behaviour in the migratory painted lady Vanessa cardui. Ecological Entomology 41:131-137.


21. Ducatez S, Audet JN & Lefebvre L (2015). Problem-solving and learning in Carib grackles: individuals show a consistent speed–accuracy trade-off. Animal Cognition 18:485-496.
20. Ducatez S, Clavel J & Lefebvre L (2015). Ecological generalism and behavioural innovation in birds: technical innovation or the simple incorporation of new food? Journal of Animal Ecology 84:79-89.
19. Legrand D, Trochet A, Moulhérat S, Calvez O, Stevens VM, Ducatez S, Clobert J & Baguette M (2015). Ranking the ecological causes of dispersal in a butterfly. Ecography 38:822-831.


18. Ducatez S, Tingley R & Shine R (2014). Using species co-occurrence patterns to quantify relative habitat breadth in terrestrial vertebrates. Ecosphere 5:152.
17. Ducatez S (2014). Brood parasitism: a good strategy in our changing world? Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 281:20132404.
16. Audet JN, Ducatez S & Lefebvre L (2014). Morphological and molecular sexing of the monochromatic Barbados bullfinch, Loxigilla barbadensis. Zoological Sciences 31:687-691.
15. Chaput-Bardy A, Ducatez S, Legrand D & Baguette M (2014). Fitness costs of thermal reaction norms for wing melanisation in the large white butterfly (Pieris brassicae). PLoS One 9(2):e90026.
14. Ducatez S & Lefebvre L (2014). Patterns of research effort in birds. PLoS One 9(2):e89955.
13. Ducatez S, Humeau A, Congretel M, Fréville H & Baguette M (2014). Butterfly species differing in mobility show different structures of dispersal related syndromes in the same landscape. Ecography 37: 378-389.


12. Legagneux P & Ducatez S (2013). European birds adjust their flight initiation distance to road speed limits. Biology Letters 9:20130417. Presenté dans Science, New Scientist, Science News, BBC news, Times, AFP… (voir Articles les plus téléchargés en 2013.
11. Dardenne S, Ducatez S, Cote J, Poncin P & Stevens VM (2013). Neophobia and social tolerance influence habitat selection in a semi-colonial bird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67:1317-1327.
10. Larrañaga N, Baguette M, Calvez O, Trochet A, Ducatez S & Legrand D (2013). Intra- and inter-individual variations in flight direction in a migratory butterfly co-vary with individual mobility. Journal of Experimental Biology 216:3156-63.
9. Trochet A, Larranaga N, Ducatez S, Calvez O, Cote J, Clobert J, Baguette M & Legrand D (2013). Population sex ratio, dispersal and colonisation in experimental butterfly metapopulations. Journal of Animal Ecology 82:946-955.
8. Ducatez S, Audet JN & Lefebvre L (2013). Independent appearance of an innovative feeding behavior in Antillean bullfinches. Animal Cognition 16:525-529. Recommandé par Psychology Progress.
7. Ducatez S, Baguette M, Trochet A, Chaput-Bardy A, Legrand A, Stevens V and Fréville H (2013). Flight endurance and heating rate vary with both latitude and habitat connectivity in a butterfly species. Oikos 122:601-611.


6. Ducatez S, Baguette M, Stevens VM, Legrand D & Fréville H (2012). Complex interactions between paternal and maternal effects: parental experience and age at reproduction affect fecundity and offspring performance in a butterfly. Evolution 66:3558–3569. Recommandé par Faculty of 1000.
5. Ducatez S, Legrand D, Chaput-Bardy A, Stevens VM, Fréville H & Baguette M (2012). Inter- individual variation in movement: is there a mobility syndrome in the large white butterfly Pieris brassicae? Ecological Entomology 37: 377-385.


4. Jacquin L, Lenouvel P, Haussy C, Ducatez S & Gasparini J (2011). The dark pattern coloration is related to parasite intensity and cellular immune response in an urban free living bird: the feral pigeon. Journal of Avian Biology 42:11-15. Presenté par BBC Earth News.


3. Bailleul F, Authier M, Ducatez S, Roquet F, Charrassin JB, Cherel Y & Guinet C (2010). Looking at the unseen: combining animal bio-logging and stable isotopes to reveal a shift in the ecological niche of a deep diving predator. Ecography 33:709-719.


2. Ducatez S, Dalloyau S, Richard P, Guinet C & Cherel Y (2008). Stable isotopes document winter trophic ecology and maternal investment of adult female southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) breeding at the Kerguelen Islands. Marine Biology 155:413-420.
1. Cherel Y, Ducatez S, Fontaine C, Richard P, Guinet C (2008). Stable isotopes reveal the trophic position and mesopelagic fish diet of female southern elephant seals breeding on the Kerguelen Islands. Marine Ecology Progress Series 370:239-247.

Books Chapters:

6. Sol D, Lapiedra O & Ducatez S (2020). Cognition and adaptation to urban environments. In Charmantier A, Szulkin M & Munshi-South J (eds.), Urban Evolutionary Biology, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.
5. Ducatez S, Overington SE, Audet JN, Battesti M, Lefebvre L (2018). Carib grackles – Field and lab work on a tame, opportunistic island Icterid. In Bueno-Guerra & Amici F (eds.), Field and Laboratory Methods in Animal Cognition, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.
4. Sol D, Sayol F & Ducatez S (2017). Intelligence vs. Natural selection. In Shackelford & Weekes-Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, Berlin, Germany, Springer.
3. Ducatez S, Sayol F & Sol D (2016). The technical intelligence hypothesis. In Shackelford & Weekes-Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, Berlin, Germany, Springer.
2. Sol D, Ducatez S & Sayol F (2016). The cognitive buffer hypothesis. In Shackelford & Weekes-Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, Berlin, Germany, Springer
1. Baguette M, Legrand D, Fréville H, Van Dyck H & Ducatez S (2012). Evolutionary ecology of dispersal in fragmented landscape. In Clobert et al. (eds), Dispersal ecology, Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp 381-391.