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Julien HARAN

Systematic and evolution of phytophagous beetles

Haran

My research interests focus on macro and micro evolution of phytophagous beetles, in relation with their environment. The systematic of species is a central framework to explore these dimensions. Over the last decades, I have focussed on the molecular and morphological aspects of the systematic of weevils (Coleoptera, Curculionidae). This group is very diverse and is particularly suitable to examine evolutionnary processes of plants-insects interactions.
More recently, I have worked on the systematic of natural ennemies in African crops (Hymenoptera mainly), in order to support the development of Agro-ecology in this area.

Cyals & Psyttalia

See also

Websites

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Julien_Haran2

http://julienharan.wixsite.com/jharan

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ikSylV4AAAAJ&hl=en

Publications

  • Molecular and morphological systematic of phytophagous beetles

- Martijn JTN Timmermans, Christopher Barton, Julien Haran, Dirk Ahrens, C. Lorna Culverwell, Alison Ollikainen, Steven Dodsworth, Peter G. Foster, Ladislav Bocak, Alfried P Vogler (2016). Family-level sampling of mitochondrial genomes in Coleoptera: compositional heterogeneity and phylogenetics. Genome Biology and Evolution, 8(1): 161-175.

- Julien Haran, Fotini Koutroumpa, Emmanuelle Magnoux, Alain Roques, Géraldine Roux (2015). Ghost mtDNA haplotypes generated by fortuitous NUMTs can deeply disturb infra-specific genetic diversity and phylogeographic pattern. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 53(2): 109-115.

- Julien Haran, Martijn JTN Timmermans, Alfried P Vogler (2013). Mitogenome sequences stabilize the phylogenetics of weevils (Curculionoidea) and establish the monophily of larval ectophagy. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 67(1): 156-166.

- Julien Haran (2013). Revision of the genus Acallopistus Schoenherr (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Curculioninae, Nerthopini). Zootaxa, 3620(4): 553-568.    

    

  • Genetic structure, dispersal and adaptation of insect pests

- Shun-ichiro Iwase, Soichiro Tani, Yoriko Saeki, Midori Tuda, Julien Haran, Jiri Skuhrovec, Masami Takagi (2015). Dynamics of infection with Wolbachia in Hypera postica (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) during invasion and establishment. Biological Invasions, 17(12): 3639-3648.

- Julien Haran, Alain Roques, Alexis Bernard, Christelle Robinet, Géraldine Roux (2015). Altitudinal Barrier to the Spread of an Invasive Species: Could the Pyrenean Chain Slow the Natural Spread of the Pinewood Nematode? PLoS ONE, 10(7):e0134126.

- Samia Elfekih, Matthew Shannon, Julien Haran, Alfried P. Vogler (2014). Detection of the Acetylcholinesterase Insecticide Resistance Mutation (G328A) in Natural Populations of Ceratitis capitata. Journal of Economic Entomology, 107(5): 1965-1968.

- Julien Haran, Géraldine Roux-Morabito (2014). Development of 12 microsatellite loci for the longhorn beetle Monochamus galloprovincialis (Coleoptera Cerambycidae), vector of the Pine Wood Nematode in Europe. Conservation Genetics Resources, 6(4): 975-977.

  

  • Notes on biology and distribution of species

- Julien Haran, David Langor, Alain Roques, Marion Javal (2016). Pissodes irroratus Reitter 1899, a species from East Russia new to Europe (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Molytinae). SNUDEBILLER: Studies on taxonomy, biology and ecology of Curculionoidea, 17(256): 6.

- Julien Haran (2014). A new record of Smicronyx smreczynskii (Solari, 1952) on Cuscuta scandens in the South-West of France. SNUDEBILLER: Studies on taxonomy, biology and ecology of Curculionoidea, 15(225): 4.

- Julien Fleury, Julien Haran, Emmanuelle Dauffy-Richard, Sébastien DeDanieli, Jean-Maxime Gonzalez, Aminata N’Diaye-Boubacar (2014). Captures au piège Barber, en moyenne montagne du Vercors (France) : liste de Coléoptères et commentaires sur quelques espèces remarquables rencontrées en forêts résineuses, pâquis et cultures. L’Entomologiste, 70(5) : 277-292.

- Julien Haran (2012). Description du phénomène d’îlot vert (green island) chez Bagous alismatis (Marsham, 1802) (Coleoptera Curculionidae). L’Entomologiste, 68(1): 60.

- Julien Haran, Jean-David Chapelin-Visacardi, Patrick Lacroix P. (2012) Les Curculionidae de la collection Aster Peuvrier. L’Entomologiste, 68(4): 239-247.

- Julien Haran, Karl Michel (2009). Leptoglossus occidentalis Heidemann, 1910 en Région Centre (Hemiptera Coreidae). L’Entomologiste, 65(4): 219.

- Julien Haran (2007). Saperda punctata (L., 1767) Longicorne nouveau pour le Loiret (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae). L’Entomologiste, 63(5): 288.