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Jean-Lou Justine, Professor, MNHN, Paris

Pr. Jean-Lou JUSTINE
ISYEB, Institut de Systématique, Évolution, Biodiversité
(UMR7205 CNRS, EPHE, MNHN, UPMC)

Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle

CP 51

55, rue Buffon

75231 Paris cedex 05

France


Institutional homepage: http://isyeb.mnhn.fr/JUSTINE-Jean-Lou

e-mail: justine@mnhn.fr


Recent publications:


Chaabane, A., Neifar, L. & Justine, J.-L. (2015)
Pseudorhabdosynochus regius n. sp. (Monogenea, Diplectanidae) from the mottled grouper Mycteroperca rubra (Teleostei) in the Mediterranean Sea and Eastern Atlantic.
Parasite, 22, 9. doi: 10.1051/parasite/2015005 OPEN ACCESS PDF

Bakhoum, A. J. S., Quilichini, Y., Justine, J.-L., Bray, R. A., Bâ, C. T. & Marchand, B. (2015)
Ultrastructural study of sperm cells in Acanthocolpidae: the case of Stephanostomum murielae and Stephanostomoides tenuis (Digenea).
PeerJ, 3, e744. doi10.7717/peerj.744 OPEN ACCESS PDF

Moravec, F., & Justine, J.-L. (2014)
Capillaria plectropomi n. sp. (Nematoda: Capillariidae), a new intestinal parasite of the leopard coral grouper Plectropomus leopardus (Serranidae) off New Caledonia.
Parasite, 21, 76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/parasite/2014076 OPEN ACCESS PDF

Beveridge, I., Bray, R. A., Cribb, T. H., & Justine, J.-L. (2014)
Diversity of trypanorhynch metacestodes in teleost fishes from coral reefs off eastern Australia and New Caledonia.
Parasite, 21, 60. http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/parasite/2014060 OPEN ACCESS PDF



Pages:


Lists of my publications and their citations

Other lists of my publications (sometimes incomplete, or with duplicates)

My identity in international identification systems (lists are often incomplete)
Looking for photographs of fish and parasites?
        Try these pages:
  • My personal page at Wikimedia, the free media repositary - numerous fish Here
  • Media published in the journal Parasite and deposited in Wikimedia Here

What is the French part of this home page about? What is a "Plathelminthe terrestre invasif"? And why is it in French?

The French part of this homepage is about several invasive species of terrestrial flatworms recently found in France. The species probably belong to the family Geoplanidae. The study is very preliminary since we have obtained only a few specimens. Specimens are currently under morphological and molecular studies, in collaboration with several excellent specialists. The page is mainly intended to answer to the French public's questions, and to request information from the public. So far, a single paper has been published: http://peerj.com/articles/297/.