Quentin Mauvisseau
Quentin Mauvisseau
Verified email at nhm.uio.no
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Environmental DNA as an efficient tool for detecting invasive crayfishes in freshwater ponds
Q Mauvisseau, A Coignet, C Delaunay, F Pinet, D Bouchon, ...
Hydrobiologia 805 (1), 163-175, 2018
Influence of accuracy, repeatability and detection probability in the reliability of species-specific eDNA based approaches
Q Mauvisseau, A Burian, C Gibson, R Brys, A Ramsey, M Sweet
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
Combining ddPCR and environmental DNA to improve detection capabilities of a critically endangered freshwater invertebrate
Q Mauvisseau, J Davy-Bowker, M Bulling, R Brys, S Neyrinck, C Troth, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
On the way for detecting and quantifying elusive species in the sea: The Octopus vulgaris case study
Q Mauvisseau, M Parrondo, MP Fernández, L García, JL Martínez, ...
Fisheries research 191, 41-48, 2017
Early detection of an emerging invasive species: eDNA monitoring of a parthenogenetic crayfish in freshwater systems
Q Mauvisseau, S Tönges, R Andriantsoa, F Lyko, M Sweet
Management of Biological Invasions 10 (3), 461, 2019
Reliable eDNA detection and quantification of the European weather loach (Misgurnus fossilis)
R Brys, D Halfmaerten, S Neyrinck, Q Mauvisseau, J Auwerx, M Sweet, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 98 (2), 399-414, 2021
Citizen warnings and post checkout molecular confirmations using eDNA as a combined strategy for updating invasive species distributions
M Parrondo, L Clusa, Q Mauvisseau, YJ Borrell
Journal for Nature Conservation 43, 95-103, 2018
First detection of a highly invasive freshwater amphipod (Crangonyx floridanus) in the United Kingdom
Q Mauvisseau, J Davy-Bowker, D Bryson, GR Souch, A Burian, M Sweet
bioRxiv, 437301, 2018
The development of an eDNA based detection method for the invasive shrimp Dikerogammarus haemobaphes
Q Mauvisseau, C Troth, E Young, A Burian, M Sweet
Management of Biological Invasions 10 (3), 449, 2019
Development and application of eDNA-based tools for the conservation of white-clawed crayfish
CR Troth, A Burian, Q Mauvisseau, M Bulling, J Nightingale, ...
Science of The Total Environment 748, 141394, 2020
eDNA‐based monitoring: Advancement in management and conservation of critically endangered killifish species
Q Mauvisseau, E Kalogianni, B Zimmerman, M Bulling, R Brys, M Sweet
Environmental DNA 2 (4), 601-613, 2020
Rediscovery of the critically endangered ‘scarce yellow sally stonefly’Isogenus nubecula in United Kingdom after a 22 year period of absence.
J Davy-Bowker, MJ Hammett, Q Mauvisseau, MJ Sweet
Magnolia Press, 2018
Trade‐offs between reducing complex terminology and producing accurate interpretations from environmental DNA: Comment on “Environmental DNA: What's behind the term?” by …
N Rodriguez‐Ezpeleta, O Morissette, CW Bean, S Manu, P Banerjee, ...
Molecular Ecology, 2021
Improving the reliability of eDNA data interpretation
A Burian, Q Mauvisseau, M Bulling, S Domisch, S Qian, M Sweet
Molecular Ecology Resources 21 (5), 1422-1433, 2021
Mapping a super-invader in a biodiversity hotspot, an eDNA-based success story
T Baudry, Q Mauvisseau, JP Goût, A Arqué, C Delaunay, J Smith-Ravin, ...
Ecological Indicators 126, 107637, 2021
The use of multiple markers and internal positive controls significantly improves species eDNA detection rates and data reliability
R Brys, T Everts, D Halfmaerten, S Neyrinck, Q Mauvisseau
ARPHA Conference Abstracts 4, e65064, 2021
Effects of preservation strategies on environmental DNA detection and quantification using ddPCR
Q Mauvisseau, D Halfmaerten, S Neyrinck, A Burian, R Brys
Environmental DNA, 2021
The first record of the invasive alien freshwater amphipod Crangonyx floridanus (Bousfield, 1963)(Crustacea: Amphipoda) in two Irish river systems
JR Baars, D Minchin, HB Feeley, S Brekkhus, Q Mauvisseau
BioInvasions Records 10, 2021
Alternative methods for assessing habitat quality in freshwater systems
Q Mauvisseau
PQDT-Global, 2021
Session 7: Management & Conservation
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