* denotes undergraduate researchers and ** graduate researchers

Submitted / In revision

18- Reinhold J.M.**, Shaw R.* and Lahondère C. Beat the heat: Culex quinquefasciatus regulates its body temperature during blood-feeding (submitted). BioRxiv.  

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

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

15- Lazzari C.R., Fauquet A.**, Lahondère C., Pereira M.H. and R. Araujo. Soft ticks perform evaporative cooling during blood-feeding (submitted). BioRxiv,  

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


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

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.