Jean-Pierre Boudot

Jean-Pierre Boudot
University of Lorraine | UdL · Faculty of Sciences and Technologies

PhD

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Additional affiliations
January 1977 - December 2012
French National Centre for Scientific Research
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Centre de Pédologie Biologique; Limos
Education
January 1977 - December 2012
University of Nancy
Field of study
  • Pedology

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Publications (137)
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Citation: Kalkman, V.J.; Boudot, J.-P.; Futahashi, R.; Abbott, J.C.; Bota-Sierra, C.A.; Guralnick, R.; Bybee, S.M.; Ware, J.; Belitz, M.W. Diversity of Palaearctic Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata). Diversity 2022, 14, 966. https://doi. More than 1.2 million distribution records were used to create species distribution models for 402 Palaearcti...
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This atlas presents, for the first time, a detailed overview of the distribution of the damselflies and dragonflies (Odonata) of West and Central Asia, an area covering nearly 8 million km². The region is not only characterized by the presence of several vast arid deserts such as the Arabian desert, Syrian desert and the Karakum but also harbors ex...
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Based on a database of nearly 46,000 records (a species on a day at a location) the distribution of all 173 species of dragonflies and damselflies occurring in the 24 countries of West and Central Asia is presented. For practical reasons, Kazakhstan is not included in this atlas but Afghanistan is. Distributions are shown for two time periods: prio...
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Population size in Epitheca bimaculata varied considerably with time in northeastern France. However, emergences were always synchronised with an EM50 percentile ranging from four to eight days, irrespective of the population size. The sex ratio of all exuviae collected at one locality varied from ca 0.7 to ca 1.0, depending on the year. Larval dev...
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Dragonflies and damselflies are some of the most beautiful, fragile and resilient insects found in the natural world. With their complex behaviours, astonishing aerobatic skills and preference for freshwater habitats, they are a very rewarding group of animals to observe in the field. Dragonflies and Damselflies of Britain and Western Europe featu...
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Based on numerous records of Orthetrum ransonnetii from south-eastern Arabia, the Middle East, the Maghreb and the Canary Islands in recent decades, the range of this species is characterised in relation to climate and habitat parameters. The species is mostly found in hot, arid, rocky environments. Its flight period extends year-round, with an app...
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Seven species of damselflies of the genus Ischnura are found in the Middle East. The species can be hard to identify and show considerable variation within individuals. The purpose of this paper is to provide identification for these species with particular reference to those from Oman and the United Arab Emirates. Simply relying upon colour patter...
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Data related to the 41 species of the dragonfly fauna of central and southwestern Republic of North Macedonia and nearby Albania, gathered during the post European Congress on Odonatology 2012 fieldtrip on July 6-13th, 2012 are presented. The Ohrid-Prespa region was particularly investigated. The majority of previous data available for this area is...
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In June and July 2013, at two streams in the Middle Atlas Mountains, Morocco, ceratopogonid midges were photographed on and taken from the wings of six species of odonates. The specimens were identified as Forcipomyia paludis, a widespread European ceratopogonid midge new to Africa. The data increase the range of known hosts with the addition of Co...
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Records of seven Odonata species, including one Zygoptera and six Anisoptera, from a boat trip on Lake Nasser, Egypt (from Aswan to Abu Simbel), are listed. The record of Selysiothemis nigra at two localities is the first ever sighting of this species at Lake Nasser, that of Paragomphus pumilio the first record in 35 years.
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Lindenia tetraphylla was found reproducing in a warm man-made lake strongly influenced by one of the nearby lignite-fired Maritsa Iztok thermoelectric power stations in the Thracian Bulgarian plain. The records included a great number of imagines and some exuviae. A significant number of adult individuals were also found in various smaller ponds ar...
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Based on a distribution database brought together for the recently published Atlas of the European dragonflies and damselflies, we describe the patterns of diversity and endemism of these insect groups. Highest species richness, as well as richness of predominantly lentic species, occurs in central and western-central Europe. Strictly lotic species...
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Abstract – During two months starting on 21 June 2017, Trithemis kirbyi Selys, 1891 has been recorded from five localities in continental France, in perfect agreement with the heatwave which reached the whole of the country and nearby regions from 18 to 25 June. These observations are discussed in the light of the expansion and dispersion of the sp...
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field trips were carried out in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Sultanate of Oman in autumn 2010, late winter 2013, spring 2014, autumn 2014, spring 2015 and spring 2016. We recorded 37 species at 87 localities, including new localities for some species of regional interest. Information on all observed Odonata species was recorded including...
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Onze ans après la première édition des Libellules de France, Belgique et Luxembourg, publication dorénavant épuisée, nous proposons ici la seconde édition de cet ouvrage, renforcée par l’intégration de la Confédération Helvétique. Tout en veillant à rester dans le même esprit que la première édition et l’ensemble de la collection Parthénope, l’ouvr...
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A new Israeli population of Pseudagrion torridum, discovered in summer 2013 near Tel-Aviv, Israel, is described. This population is highly heterogeneous, with individuals resembling the nominotypical subspecies and others, particularly females, resembling the subspecies P. t. hulae. The infraspecific taxonomy of P. torridum is critically discussed.
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North African odonates are facing conservation challenges, not only by increased degradation and loss of habitat, but also by having poorly understood taxonomy. Coenagrion puella is a widely distributed damselfly but there is debate about the taxonomic status of North African populations, where the species is very rare. We evaluate the genetic dist...
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The exuviae of all four species of Urothemistinae known from the Arabian Peninsula (Macrodiplax cora, Selysiothemis nigra, Urothemis edwardsii and U. thomasi) were collected on recent surveys in UAE and Oman. The exuvia of Urothemis thomasi, first discovered in 2013, is described here for the first time. This paper, when used in conjunction with Su...
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This work is the first detailed and comprehensive overview of the distribution of the dragonflies and damselflies of Europe. It is an important milestone for professionals and amateurs alike. Covers the distribution and habitat selection of all 143 European species of dragonflies and damselflies. Gives a complete description of their global and Eur...
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This work is the first detailed and comprehensive overview of the distribution of the dragonflies and damselflies of Europe. It is an important milestone for professionals and amateurs alike. • Covers the distribution and habitat selection of all 143 European species of dragonflies and damselflies. • Gives a complete description of their global and...
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Freshwater biodiversity is currently threatened worldwide. In North Africa, 24.4% of Odonata are regionally threatened with extinction. In this region, freshwater resources are particularly scarce and an increasing shortage of water is expected. To better understand the current threats to the endangered North African damselfly Coenagrion mercuriale...
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The unknown Anatolian locality named »Adampol« in a paper by Kempny at the beginning of the XX th century is identified to the modern »Polonez« in the Bosphorus area, Asian side. Its origin stands in a Polish colony founded in the middle of the XIX th century. The taxonomy of the species recorded in the original paper is discussed. The name »Adampo...
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Brief sightings of an ovipositing Lindenia tetraphylla above submerged mats of hydrophytes on a lake shore are reported. Introduction Lindenia tetraphylla (Vander Linden, 1825) is an eremic gomphid extending from Central Asia and Pakistan to parts of the Arabian Peninsula and the Western Medi-terranean Basin. It is a well-known migrant species (Sch...
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The status of conservation of Odonata (Dragonflies, Damseflies) is assessed in the eastern Mediterranean Basins
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The Odonata fauna known from the Oued Ed Dahab-Lagouira administrative region is relatively poor compared to neighbouring regions. Apparently, species of this group are present all year round on some aquatic sites, which are however rare in the Moroccan Atlantic Sahara. To improve the knowledge of the Odonata fauna in this desert area, we visited m...
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Quatre ans et demi après la parution de la première édition du Cahier d’Identification des Libellules de France, Belgique, Luxembourg et Suisse, qui a bénéficié d’un très bon accueil auprès de la communauté naturaliste, nous proposons ici une seconde édition de cet ouvrage, entièrement actualisée et augmentée des espèces récemment arrivées dans la...
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Although Odonata are a key component of many freshwater ecosystems, their taxonomy and evolutionary history is still far from being well resolved. In the present study, we report the first molecular phylogeny for the Western Palaearctic Cordulegaster genus (Odonata: Anisoptera: Cordulegastridae). We sequenced fragments of both mitochondrial and nuc...
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Although Odonata are a key component of many freshwater ecosystems, their taxonomy and evolutionary history is still far from being well resolved. In the present study, we report the first molecular phylogeny for the Western Palaearctic Cordulegaster genus (Odonata: Anisoptera: Cordulegastridae). We sequenced fragments of both mitochondrial and nuc...
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Hemianax versus Anax ephippiger (Burmeister, 1839) (Odonata, Anisoptera: Aeshnidae). Since its description under the name Aeschna ephippigera by Burmeister (1 839), the Vagrant Emperor has changed of genus name several times. During a long time, it was included in the genus Hemianax, then transferred in the genus Anax, basing mostly on wings venati...
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Hernianax ephippiger (Burmeister, 1839) (Odonata, Anisoptera: Aeshnidae): an overview. The life history and behaviour of Hemianax ephippiger are summarized in order to better understand the recent migratory activity of the species observed in Europe. The key criterions for a fast identification of the adults are given. Hemianax ephippiger ranges fr...
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First finding of Coenagrion scitulum in present days Albania. Finding of Lindenia tetraphylla, Cordulegaster insignis, Gomphus schneideriii and other Odonata in Macedonia
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Two C. insignis specimens from Serbia were found in the collection of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. These constitute both the first record of the sp. in Serbia and its north-westernmost record worldwide. The distribution of the sp. in Europe and the taxonomic characters of the specimens are presented and discussed.
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Context In acidic forest soils, aluminium can alter tree health due to its potential toxicity. Aluminium phytotoxicity is mainly influenced by its chemical form and its availability. Methods As physical-chemical indicators of Al toxicity in soil, Al speciation in soil solutions and in the exchange complex was measured in the rhizosphere and the bu...
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This study investigates the potential of Mg isotopes as tracers of biogeochemical processes in a small-forested catchment located on sandstones extremely poor in Mg-bearing minerals. The average d 26 Mg is À0.63 ± 0.12& and 0 ± 0.14& for local rainwater and bedrock, respectively. From the C horizon to the upper eluvial (E) horizon, soil d 26 Mg (fr...
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This is the first continent-wide overview of insect diversity and status sufficiently fine-scaled to be used in conservation planning. We analyze patterns of richness and the conservation status of African dragonflies and damselflies (Insecta: Odonata), commonly referred to as dragonflies, to determine threats to species and freshwater habitats, lo...
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Résumé : En juin -juillet 2009, un voyage de prospection au Maroc, destiné tout d'abord à effectuer des observations complémentaires dans le bassin administratif de la Moulouya en vue de prendre en compte la biodiversité dans le cadre du plan d'aménagement de ce cours d'eau (collaboration UICN -Université d'Oujda -Agence de bassin de la Moulouya),...
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Odonates from eastern and southern Morocco (Odonata). Summary: During four spring and summer Odonatological trips in Morocco carried out from 2009 to 2011 with the intention to contribute to the management plan of the Moulouya valley and to gain additional information on the overall Odonatological richness of the country, 45 species were observed....
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The current knowledge on the odon. fauna of Mauritania (20 spp.) is summarized based on literature and unpublished records. In all, 55 localities are listed along with their precise topographic positions. The fauna of Mauritania is poorly explored: 8 spp. are known from a single locality and Trithemis annulata, widespread in Africa, is brought here...
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The chemistry of soil solutions and the potential toxicity of trace metals (Co, Cr, Cu, Ni and Mn) were investigated on soils formed on ultramafic rocks. Soil solutions were collected along a soil toposequence under natural vegetation and under a cropped field. In the latter, metal speciation and species activity were computed with the WHAM 6 model...
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Twenty-four species of Odonata were found in the Egyptian Nile Valley and Western Desert in May 2009, which represents 71 % of the fauna confirmed for African Egypt. Agriocnemis sania Nielsen, 1959 was recorded in the lower valley and delta of the Nile. This suggests that a doubtful old record of a damaged Agriocnemis exilis Selys, 1872 from Port S...
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The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of ca. 6,000 European species (dragonflies, butterflies, freshwater fishes, reptiles, amphibians, mammals and selected groups of beetles, molluscs, and vascular plants) according to the IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies species that are threatened by extinction at the re...
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Les banques de données concernant les libellules des cinq régions partenaires de la Grande Région ont été rassemblées et ont constitué la base pour la réalisation des cartes de distribution. Les banques de données existantes de 4 régions ont été complétées par les données de 2006 et pour la Rhénanie-Palatinat, où aucune banque de données n'existait...
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Les populations lorraines d'Epitheca bimaculata (Charpentier, 1825) montrent une très forte variabilité numérique spatiale et temporelle. Les émergences sont par contre toujours synchronisées et le percentile EM50 varie de 4 à 6 jours, indépendamment de l'effectif local. Le sex-ratio journalier (♂/♀) montre une prédominance constante des ♀ sur les...
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This article describes 2 experiments in the Vosges to neutralize acidic streams by liming the catchment area. These experiments are viewed in the light of current knowledge as reported in the national and international literature. The effect of liming a catchment area on the chemical composition of a stream draining from it depends on the solubilit...
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This article describes 2 experiments in the Vosges to neutralize acidic streams by liming the catchment area. These experiments are viewed in the light of current knowledge as reported in the national and international literature. The effect of liming a catchment area on the chemical composition of a stream draining from it depends on the solubilit...
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In 1995, in the southwestern Vosges Mountains (NE France), 158 of 395 streams (40%) had a pH lower than 5.5 at baseflow. As elsewhere in Europe, acid deposition has decreased since the seventies, as has base cation deposition. In order to assess the response of streamwater to decreasing deposition, we compared their present chemical composition to...
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Foreword This atlas contains information on the distribution of damselflies and dragonflies in the Mediterranean and North Africa, collected by hundreds of people over a period of more than 150 years. Knowledge of the Odonata in this area has shown a strong growth rather recently, particularly since the 1970s. For species virtually unstudied a deca...
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This report contains a review of the conservation status of 165 Mediterranean species of dragonflies occurring in the Mediterranean basin, according to the IUCN regional Red Listing criteria. It identifies species that are threatened with extinction at regional level so that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status.
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Silica species were determined in soil solutions from different soil horizons of acidic Dystric Cambisols in Austria and France. In general, more acid pH and elevated concentrations of Al, Si, and DOC were found in solutions of the upper soil horizons and in particular in the Austrian soil solutions. Aqueous Al speciation was dominated by complexes...
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The last instar larva of Somatochlora borisi is described and illustrated from a set of exuviae. It is compared to that of S. metallica meridionalis, which is morphologically close and syntopic. A key is provided which allows the determination of the exuviae of all West Palaearctic Cordulia and Somatochlora spp.
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En juin -juillet 2007, un voyage de prospection au Maroc, destiné à évaluer le statut de certaines espèces menacées ou endémiques, a permis d'observer et de documenter pour la première fois Selysiothemis nigra (Vander Linden, 1825) dans ce pays, sur un lac temporaire en bordure du Sahara. Des populations denses mais d'extension réduite de Pyrrhosom...