Publications

* denotes undergraduate researchers and ** graduate researchers

Preprints / Submitted / In revision

23- Wolff G.H., Lahondère C., Vinauger C. and J.A. Riffell. Neuromodulation and Differential Learning Across Mosquito Species. (submitted). BioRxiv, 755017.

22- Lahondère C., Buradino M.** and Lazzari C.R. Thermoregulation in Rhodnius prolixus: heart activity and heterothermy (in revision). BioRxiv, 685305.

Published

21- Wangrawa D.W., Ochomo E., Upshur F.**, Zanré N., Borovsky D., Lahondère C., Vinauger C., Badolo A. and A. Sanon. (2022). Essential oils and their binary combinations have synergistic and antagonistic insecticidal properties against Anopheles gambiae s. l. (Diptera: Culicidae). Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology, 42(102347).

20- Lahondère C. and M. Bonizzoni. Thermal biology of invasive Aedes mosquitoes in the context of climate change. (in press). Current Opinion in Insect Science.

19- Reinhold, J. M.**, Chandrasegaran, K., Oker, H.**, Crespo, J. E., Vinauger, C., & Lahondère, C. (2022). Species-Specificity in Thermopreference and CO2-Gated Heat-Seeking in Culex Mosquitoes. Insects, 13(1), 92. 

18- Fryzlewicz L.**, VanWinkle A.* and C. Lahondère (2021). Developement of an attractive toxic sugar bait for the control of Aedes. j. japonicus. Journal of Medical Entomology

17- Lazzari C.R., Fauquet A.**, Lahondère C., Pereira M.H. and R. Araujo. (2021). Soft ticks perform evaporative cooling during blood-feeding. Journal of Insect Physiology. 130(104197).  

16- Lahondère C. (2021). A step-by-step guide to mosquito electroantennography. In press. JOVE.

15- Bates T.A, Chuong C., Marano J., Waldman A., Klinger A., Reinhold J.M.**, Lahondère C. and J. Weger. (2021) American Aedes japonicus japonicus, Culex pipiens pipiens, and Culex restuans mosquitoes have limited transmission capacity for a recent isolate of Usutu virus. Virology. 555: 64-70.

14- Reinhold J.M.**, Shaw R.* and Lahondère C. (2021). Beat the heat: Culex quinquefasciatus regulates its body temperature during blood-feeding. Journal of Thermal Biology. 96: 102826.

13- Chandrasegaran K., Lahondère C., Escobar L.E. and Vinauger C. (2020). Mosquito ecology, behavior, and disease transmission. Trends in Parasitology. 36(4): 393-403.

12- Lahondère C., C. Vinauger, R.P. Okubo, G. Wolff, J.K. Chan, O.S. Akbari, J.A. Riffell (2020). The olfactory basis of orchid pollination by mosquitoes. PNAS, 117 (1) 708-716.

11- Upshur I.F.**, Bose E.A*, Hart C.* and C. Lahondère. (2019). Temperature and sugar feeding effects on the activity of a laboratory strain of Aedes aegyptiInsects, 10(10): 347.

10- Afify A., Betz J.F., Riabinina O., Lahondère, C. and C.J. Potter. (2019). Commonly used insect repellents hide human odors from Anopheles mosquitoes. Current Biology, 29:1-12.

9 - Benoit J.B., Lazzari C.R., Denlinger D.L. and Lahondère C. (2019) Thermoprotective adaptations are critical for arthropods feeding on warm-blooded hosts. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 34:7-11.

      -> Selected and evaluated by the faculty of F1000.

8 - Reinhold J.M.**, Lazzari C.R. and Lahondère C. (2018) Effects of the Environmental Temperature on Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus Mosquitoes: A Review. Insects, 9(4), 158; doi: 10.3390/insects9040158. 

 

7- Lazzari C.R., Fauquet A.** and C. Lahondère. Kissing bugs avoid cannibalism by thermoregulating (2018). Journal of Insect PhysiologyVol. 107, p29–33. 


6 - Vinauger C.+, Lahondère C.+, Wolff G.H., Locke L.T.*, Liaw J.E.*, Parrish J.Z., Akbari O.S., Dickinson M.H. and J.A. Riffell. (2018) Dopamine modulation of host learning in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Current Biology, 28, 333–344. 

   + These authors contributed equally to this work.

 

5 - Lahondère C., Insausti T., Paim RMM, Luan X., Belev G., Pereira MH., Ianowski J.P. and C.R. Lazzari (2017). Countercurrent heat exchange and thermoregulation during blood-feeding in kissing bugs. eLife. 2017; 6:e26107.

4 - Lutz E.K.**, Lahondère C., Vinauger C. and J.A. Riffell (2017). Olfactory learning and chemical ecology of olfaction in disease vector mosquitoes: A life history perspective. Invited review - Current Opinion in Insect Science. 20:75-83.

3 - Vinauger C., Lahondère C., Cohuet A., Lazzari C.R and J.A. Riffell (2016). Learning and memory in disease vector insects, Trends in ParasitologyVol. 32, Issue 10, p761–771.

2 - Lahondère C. and C.R. Lazzari (2015). Thermal effect of blood feeding in the telmophagous fly Glossina morsitans morsitansJournal of Thermal Biology48:45-50

1 - Lahondère C. and C.R. Lazzari (2012). Mosquitoes cool down during blood feeding to avoid overheating, Current Biology, 22(1): 40-45, doi:10.1016/j.cub.2011.11.029.

     -> Selected and evaluated by the faculty of F1000.

     -> Cover of the Current Biology Issue.

Book Chapters

3- Lahondère C. (in press)Mosquito electroantennograms. Mosquito protocols. eds. Cold Spring Harbor. 

2- Pereira M.H., Paim R.M.M., Lahondère C. and C.R. Lazzari (2017). Heat shock proteins and blood-feeding in arthropods. In: Asea A., Kaur P. (eds) Heat Shock Proteins in Veterinary Medicine and Sciences. Heat Shock Proteins, vol 12. Springer, Cham.

1- Lahondère C. and C.R. Lazzari (2013). Thermal stress and thermoregulation in Anopheles mosquitoes - New insights into malaria vectors, editor Sylvie Manguin. ISBN 980-953-307-550-6.