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De Bruyn, Colin

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    Université Libre de Bruxelles; Centre Interuniversitaire de Biologie Marine (ULB - UMH); Biologie Marine - UMH (BIOMAR), more
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    ( 5 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Peer reviewed article De Bruyn, C.; Rigaud, T.; David, B.; De Ridder, C. (2009). Symbiosis between the pea crab Dissodactylus primitivus and its echinoid host Meoma ventricosa: potential consequences for the crab mating system. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 375: 173-183., more
  • Peer reviewed article De Bruyn, C.; David, B.; De Ridder, C.; Rigaud, T. (2010). Asymmetric exploitation of two echinoid host species by a parasitic pea crab and its consequences for the parasitic life cycle. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 398: 183-191., more
  • Peer reviewed article De Bruyn, C.; De Ridder, C.; Rigaud, T.; David, B. (2011). Chemical host detection and differential attraction in a parasitic pea crab infecting two echinoids. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 397(2): 173-178., more
  • Peer reviewed article De Bruyn, C.; David, B.; Motreuil, S.; Caulier, G.; Jossart, Q.; Rigaud, T.; De Ridder, C. (2016). Should I stay or should I go? Causes and dynamics of host desertion by a parasitic crab living on echinoids. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 546: 163-171., more
  • Jossart, Q.; De Bruyn, C.; de Ridder, C.; Bruno, D.W.; Rigaud, T. (2011). Genetic and morphological differentiation of the crab Dissodactylus primitivus, ectoparasite of two sympatric echinoids, in: Mees, J. et al. (Ed.) VLIZ Young Marine Scientists' Day, Brugge, Belgium 25 February 2011: book of abstracts. pp. 40, more
  • Peer reviewed article Jossart, Q.; David, B.; De Bruyn, C.; De Ridder, C.; Rigaud, T.; Wattier, R.A. (2013). No evidence of host specialization in a parasitic pea-crab exploiting two echinoid hosts. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 475: 167-176., more

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