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Legros, V., Rochat, J., Reynaud, B., Strasberg. 2019. Known and unknown terrestrial arthropod fauna of La Réunion Island, Indian Ocean. Journal Insect Conservation.(firs on line) 

Olivier Esnault, Deodass Meenowa, Preaduth Sookar, Marie-Pierre Chauzat & Hélène Delatte (2019) Spread and strain determination of Varroa destructor following its introduction to Mauritius and interactions with the bee louse Braula pretoriensis in honey bee colonies,Journal of Apicultural Research,58:1,75-83,DOI: 10.1080/00218839.2018.1517987

Azali H, Maillot V, Cassam N, Chesneau T, Soulezelle J, Scussel S, Abdoul Karime A, Hostachy B, Reynaud B, Roux-Cuvelier M. 2017. Occurrence of cassava brown streak disease and associated Cassava brown streak virus and Ugandan cassava brown streak virus in the Comoros Islands.New Disease Reports 36:19-19.

Rasolofoarivao H, Clémencet J, Speck A, Raveloson-Ravaomanarivo LH, Delatte H. 2017. Genetic diversity of Varroa destructor parasitizing Apis mellifera unicolor in Madagascar.Apidologie 48: 648.

Techer MA, Clémencet J, Simiand C, Preeaduth S, Azali HA, Reynaud B, Delatte H. 2017. Large-scale mitochondrial DNA analysis of native honey bee Apis mellifera populations reveals a new African subgroup private to the South West Indian Ocean islands.BMC Genetics 18(1):53.

Techer MA, Clémencet J, Simiand C, Turpin P, Garnery L, Reynaud B, Delatte H. 2017. Genetic diversity and differentiation among insular honey bee populations in the southwest Indian Ocean likely reflect old geographical isolation and modern introductions.PloS one 12(12):e0189234.

Hassani IM, Raveloson-Ravaomanarivo L, Delatte H, Chiroleu F, Allibert A, Nouhou S, Quilici S, Duyck P. 2016. Invasion by Bactrocera dorsalis and niche partitioning among tephritid species in Comoros.Bulletin of Entomological Research 106(6):749-758.