INTERACTIONS - Biotic interactions, plant adaptation and ecosystem functioning

Keywords
Plant-insect-microorganism interactions
Plant-plant interactions
Mutualism
Pollination
Nutrition
Defence
Tank plants
Carnivorous plants
Mycorrhizae
Orchids
Adaptation
Plasticity
Invasive species
Climate change
Anthropogenic disturbances
Environmental gradient
Ecosystem services
Community ecology
Biodiversity

The goal of our research is to understand the role of biotic interactions in phenotypic plasticity and adaptation of plants to environmental stresses due to climate change, biological invasions and anthropogenic disturbances. Particular attention is paid to interactions with reciprocal benefits, such as plant-insect-microorganism mutualisms and plant-plant facilitation processes, and their roles in community functioning, diversity distribution and the resilience of the ecosystem as a whole.

At the individual plant level, our research aims to assess (1) assess the contribution of insect or microorganism partners to plant performance, particularly through their protection, nutrition and pollination services, (2) characterise the traits developed by plants in response to environmental constraints, notably those related to the maintenance of a mutualistic or facilitating relationship with other species, (3) characterise the plasticity of these traits and the mechanisms underlying this plasticity (e. g. plasticity of leaf shape, production of lures in carnivorous plants).
At the plant community level, our research aims to measure (1) the intensity and nature of interactions between plants along environmental stress gradients (tropical alpine regions, post-glacial chronosequences), (2) the role of mycorrhizae in facilitating interactions between plants and in the recovery of plant community after disturbance by road infrastructures (France), (3) the influence of these climatic, soil or anthropogenic gradients on the specific and functional diversity of plant communities (Mexico, French Alps). (4) the influence of human decisions and activities on the functioning of plant communities.
At the ecosystem level, our research on pitcher plants (Nepenthes in Southeast Asia, Sarracenia in America, bromeliads in Amazonia), which house a whole living micro- and entomofauna involved in interactions that facilitate plant nutrition and form model micro-ecosystems (fully countable, allowing many replications and species manipulations), aims to (1) understand the mechanisms of species assemblages, including facilitation processes, and biotic and abiotic determinants of diversity, (2) assess the impact of climate change on these vulnerable plants and their associated biodiversity, and (3), for applied purposes, draw inspiration from these specialised plants and their ecosystem services to develop traps for the control of harmful and/or invasive species (e. g. tiger mosquito, Asian hornet). Our research also focuses on ecosystems on a broader scale and aims to understand the differential roles of biotic and abiotic interactions (fauna including the special place of humans, flora, soils, atmosphere) in their functioning and dynamics (stability/instability).

Our work uses methods for analysing morpho-functional traits (morpho-anatomy, odour analysis [headspace, GC-MS], colour [spectrometry]), plant-insect interaction mechanisms (behavioural tests of locomotion, attraction [olfactometry, electrophysiological response], vision models), ecosystem processes (network analysis, trophic interactions [stable isotopes]), experimentation on biotic and abiotic factors [under controlled conditions in greenhouses, rain simulation, etc.], modelling of anthropic effects [agriculture and pastoralism]), and methods for analysing taxonomic and functional diversity (soil and root microbes [massive sequencing], arthropods and microorganisms associated with pitcher plants [taxonomic identifications], pollinating insects and pollination mechanisms [camera-traps]). Analyses of plant odour and insect electrophysiological response use the GC-MS and GC-EAD techniques available at the PACE (Plateforme d’Analyses Chimiques en Ecologie) of the LabEx CEMEB. The main field work sites are: in French Guiana on plant-insect-microorganism mutualisms and on the impact of climate change on the structure of aquatic communities and the ecosystem processes associated with tank bromeliads (LabEx CEBA); in metropolitan France on the use of natural lures of carnivorous plants to control the Asian Hornet (ANR I-site-MUSE-CARNIVESPA); in Central Africa and Madagascar on orchid-pollinator interactions/co-evolutions; in France and Mexico on underground ecosystem services produced by plant communities along altitudinal gradients (ANR ECOPICS); in Camargue and East Africa on the long-term functioning and development of highly disturbed socio-ecosystems; in Bolivia and Colombia on plant-plant interactions in tropical alpine environments (LMI BIO-INCA).

Acronym Title Duration
CARNIVESPAResearch of visual and olfactory signals specifically attracting the Asian Hornet in a carnivorous plant for the development of a biomimetic trap.
Project PI: Laurence GAUME 
2018 - 2021
DEEPBEESALERTTowards a system of sustainable management and protection of pollination resources
Project PI: Philippe BORIANNE 
2021 - 2021
ENDOSHIFTSuccessional patterns of endophytic bacteria and fungi over plant ontogeny
Project PI: Tristan LAFONT-RAPNOUIL 
2021 - 2022
HOLOBROMMaternal effects and environmental filtering on microbial fluxes from mother plants to offspring
Project PI: Céline LEROY / Heidy SCHIMANN (ECOFOG)  
2020 - 2022
INTERACTIFInteractive effects of deforestation and climate change on neotropical freshwater ecological networks and ecosystem multifunctionality
Project PI: Céline LEROY 
2021 - 2024
LWILife Without Ice
Project PI: Olivier DANGLES (IRD, UR 072)  / Sophie CAUVY-FRAUNIE (INRAE)  
2020 - 2026
RESILIENCEDisentangling the roles of biological traits and metacommunity dynamics on the multifunctional resilience of neotropical ecosystems
Project PI: Régis CEREGHINO (Université de Toulouse-ECOLAB, Toulouse)  
2019 - 2022

COSME Maximilien 2018 - 2021. Modèle discret d'agro-écosystèmes spatialisés. Ecole doctorale : GAIA / Université de Montpellier. Dir : GAUCHEREL Cédric

CRUZ MALDONADO Nereyda-Nathalie 2017 - 2021. Réponses des communautés de plantes aux changements globaux entre des régions alpines tropicales et tempérées. Ecole doctorale : GAIA / Université de Montpellier. Dir : ANTHELME Fabien

DUPONT Corentin 2018 - 2021. Communication visuelle et olfactive chez le frelon asiatique: étude de signaux sélectifs chez des plantes carnivores attractives. Ecole doctorale : GAIA / Université de Montpellier. Dir : GAUME Laurence

FLOTTERER Boris 2019 - 2022. Dynamique naturelle et aménagement durable de la forêt boréale : apports des modèles discrets pour caractériser les trajectoires. Ecole doctorale : Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes / Université PSL - EPHP. Dir : HELY-ALLEAUME Christelle / Co-dir. : GAUCHEREL Cédric

LAFONT-RAPNOUIL Tristan 2020 - 2023. Démêler les effets de l'habitat et des changements climatiques sur les interactions biotiques et les fonctions écologiques associées dans les écosystèmes néotropicaux. Ecole doctorale : GAIA / Université de Montpellier. Dir : LEROY Céline

THOMAS Colin 2019 - 2022. Analyse possibiliste de modèles discrets d’écosystèmes par des techniques symboliques. Ecole doctorale : Sciences et technologies de l'information et de la communication (STIC) - ED 580 / Université d'Évry-Val-d'Essonne. Dir : GAUCHEREL Cédric / Co-dir. : POMMEREAU Franck

PhD

2021

Theses

auteur
Laura Azandi
titre
Délimitation taxonomique et étude de la biologie de la reproduction du genre africain Cyrtorchis Schltr. (Orchidaceae)
article
Systématique, phylogénie et taxonomie. Université Libre de Bruxelles [Bruxelles]; Université de Yaoundé 1 (Cameroun), 2021. Français
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2021

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Fabien Anthelme, Sophie Cauvy-Fraunié, Bernard Francou, Bolívar Cáceres, Olivier Dangles. Living at the Edge: Increasing Stress for Plants 2–13 Years After the Retreat of a Tropical Glacier. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, Frontiers Media S.A, 2021, 9, ⟨10.3389/fevo.2021.584872⟩. ⟨hal-03128706⟩
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Camille Bonhomme, Régis Céréghino, Jean-Francois Carrias, Arthur Compin, Bruno Corbara, et al.. In situ resistance, not immigration, supports invertebrate community resilience to drought intensification in a Neotropical ecosystem. Journal of Animal Ecology, Wiley, In press, ⟨10.1111/1365-2656.13392⟩. ⟨hal-03095319⟩
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Marion Desquilbet, Pierre-André Cornillon, Laurence Gaume, Jean-Marc Bonmatin. Adequate statistical modelling and data selection are essential when analysing abundance and diversity trends. Nature Ecology & Evolution, Nature, 2021, 5, pp.592-594. ⟨10.1038/s41559-021-01427-x⟩. ⟨hal-03191511⟩
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Vincent Droissart, Laura Azandi, Eric Rostand Onguene, Marie Savignac, Thomas Smith, et al.. PICT: A low cost, modular, open‐source camera trap system to study plant‐insect interactions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Wiley, In press, ⟨10.1111/2041-210X.13618⟩. ⟨hal-03217745⟩
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Laura Melissa Guzman, M. Kurtis Trzcinski, Ignacio Barberis, Régis Céréghino, Diane Srivastava, et al.. Climate influences the response of community functional traits to local conditions in bromeliad invertebrate communities. Ecography, Wiley, 2021, 44 (3), pp.440-452. ⟨10.1111/ecog.05437⟩. ⟨hal-03103974⟩
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Celine Leroy, Arthur Quymanh Maes, Eliane Louisanna, Heidy Schimann, Nathalie Séjalon‐delmas. Taxonomic, phylogenetic, and functional diversity of root‐associated fungi in bromeliads: effects of host identity, life forms, and nutritional modes. New Phytologist, Wiley, 2021, 231 (3), pp.1195-1209. ⟨10.1111/nph.17288⟩. ⟨hal-03156141⟩
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Luis Merino-Martín, Alexia Stokes, Hyun Gweon, Lur Moragues-Saitua, Siobhan Staunton, et al.. Interacting effects of land use type, soil microbes and plant traits on aggregate stability. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, Elsevier, In press, 154, pp.108072. ⟨10.1016/j.soilbio.2020.108072⟩. ⟨hal-03040299⟩
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Pedro Rosero, Verónica Crespo‐pérez, Rodrigo Espinosa, Patricio Andino, Álvaro Barragán, et al.. Multi‐taxa colonisation along the foreland of a vanishing equatorial glacier. Ecography, Wiley, 2021, 44 (7), pp.1010-1021. ⟨10.1111/ecog.05478⟩. ⟨hal-03220245⟩
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Leandro van Langenhove, Thomas Depaepe, Lore Verryckt, Lucia Fuchslueger, Julian Donald, et al.. Comparable canopy and soil free-living nitrogen fixation rates in a lowland tropical forest. Science of the Total Environment, Elsevier, 2021, 754, pp.142202. ⟨10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.142202⟩. ⟨hal-03063571⟩
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Antoine Vergne, Vincent Darbot, Corinne Bardot, François Enault, Anne‐hélène Le Jeune, et al.. Assemblages of anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria in tank bromeliads exhibit a host‐specific signature. Journal of Ecology, Wiley, 2021, 109 (7), pp.2550-2565. ⟨10.1111/1365-2745.13657⟩. ⟨hal-03205554⟩
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Marie-Liesse Vermeire, Nicolas Bottinelli, Cecile Villenave, Pascal Jouquet, Huế Thị, et al.. Comparison of nematode communities in anecic earthworm casts and adjacent soil reveal a land use-independent trophic group signature. Global Ecology and Conservation, Elsevier, 2021, 27, pp.e01565. ⟨10.1016/j.gecco.2021.e01565⟩. ⟨hal-03192485v2⟩
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2020

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Duong Benoit, Marraccini Pierre, Jean Luc Maeght, Philippe Vaast, Robin Duponnois. Coffee Microbiota and Its Potential Use in Sustainable Crop Management. A Review. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, Frontiers Media, 2020, 4, ⟨10.3389/fsufs.2020.607935⟩. ⟨hal-03045648⟩
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Caroline Brunel, Robin Pouteau, Wayne Dawson, Michael Pester, Kelly Ramirez, et al.. Towards Unraveling Macroecological Patterns in Rhizosphere Microbiomes. Trends in Plant Science, Elsevier, 2020, 25 (10), pp.1017-1029. ⟨10.1016/j.tplants.2020.04.015⟩. ⟨hal-02985872⟩
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Jean-Francois Carrias, Mélanie Gerphagnon, Hector Rodriguez Perez, Guillaume Borrel, Camille Loiseau, et al.. Resource availability drives bacterial succession during leaf-litter decomposition in a bromeliad ecosystem. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, Wiley-Blackwell, 2020, 96 (4), pp.fiaa045. ⟨10.1093/femsec/fiaa045⟩. ⟨hal-02880883⟩
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Régis Cereghino, Bruno Corbara, Céline Leroy, Jean-Francois Carrias. Ecological determinants of community structure across the trophic levels of freshwater food webs: a test using bromeliad phytotelmata. Hydrobiologia, Springer, 2020, 847, pp.391 - 402. ⟨10.1007/s10750-019-04100-4⟩. ⟨hal-02365612⟩
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Régis Céréghino, Léa Françoise, Camille Bonhomme, Jean-Francois Carrias, Arthur Compin, et al.. Desiccation resistance traits predict freshwater invertebrate survival and community response to drought scenarios in a Neotropical ecosystem. Ecological Indicators, Elsevier, 2020, 119, pp.106839. ⟨10.1016/j.ecolind.2020.106839⟩. ⟨hal-02965179⟩
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Alain Danet, Florian Schneider, Fabien Anthelme, Sonia Kéfi. Indirect facilitation drives species composition and stability in drylands. Theoretical Ecology, Springer In press, 14, pp.189-203. ⟨hal-03023812⟩
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Julien Demenois, Luis Merino-Martín, Nicolas Fernandez, Alexia Stokes, Fabian Carriconde. Do diversity of plants, soil fungi and bacteria influence aggregate stability on ultramafic Ferralsols? A metagenomic approach in a tropical hotspot of biodiversity. Plant and Soil, Springer Verlag, 2020, 448 (1-2), pp.213-229. ⟨10.1007/s11104-019-04364-8⟩. ⟨hal-02559219⟩
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Marion Desquilbet, Laurence Gaume, Manuela Grippa, Régis Cereghino, Jean-François Humbert, et al.. Comment on “Meta-analysis reveals declines in terrestrial but increases in freshwater insect abundances”. Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2020, 370 (6523), ⟨10.1126/science.abd8947⟩. ⟨hal-03082926⟩
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Julian Donald, Pete Maxfield, Céline Leroy, M.D. Farnon Ellwood. Epiphytic suspended soils from Borneo and Amazonia differ in their microbial community composition. Acta Oecologica, Elsevier, 2020, 106, pp.103586. ⟨10.1016/j.actao.2020.103586⟩. ⟨hal-02893141⟩
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Nicholas A. C. Marino, Régis Cereghino, Benjamin Gilbert, Jana S. Petermann, Diane S. Srivastava, et al.. Species niches, not traits, determine abundance and occupancy patterns: A multi‐site synthesis. Global Ecology and Biogeography, Wiley, 2020, 29 (2), pp.295-308. ⟨10.1111/geb.13029⟩. ⟨hal-02408612⟩
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Luis Merino-Martín, Robert Griffiths, Hyun Gweon, Clément Furget-Bretagnon, Anna Oliver, et al.. Rhizosphere bacteria are more strongly related to plant root traits than fungi in temperate montane forests: insights from closed and open forest patches along an elevational gradient. Plant and Soil, Springer Verlag, 2020, 450 (1-2), ⟨10.1007/s11104-020-04479-3⟩. ⟨hal-02534567⟩
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Gustavo Romero, Nicholas Marino, A Andrew, M Macdonald, Reǵis Ceŕeǵhino, et al.. Extreme rainfall events alter the trophic structure in bromeliad tanks across the Neotropics. Nature Communications, Nature Publishing Group, 2020, 11 (1), pp.3215. ⟨10.1038/s41467-020-17036-4⟩. ⟨hal-02887639⟩
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Diane S. Srivastava, Régis Cereghino, M. Kurtis Trzcinski, Arthur Andrew M. Macdonald, Nicholas A. C. Marino, et al.. Ecological response to altered rainfall differs across the Neotropics. Ecology, Ecological Society of America, 2020, 101 (4), pp.e02984. ⟨10.1002/ecy.2984⟩. ⟨hal-02513041⟩
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Mia Svensk, Sabrina Coste, Bastien Gérard, Eva Gril, Frédéric Julien, et al.. Drought effects on resource partition and conservation among leaf ontogenetic stages in epiphytic tank bromeliads. Physiologia Plantarum, Wiley, In press, 170 (4), pp.488-507. ⟨10.1111/ppl.13161⟩. ⟨hal-02959147⟩
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Stanislas Talaga, Alain Dejean, Frédéric Azemar, Yves Dumont, Céline Leroy. Impacts of biotic and abiotic parameters on immature populations of Aedes aegypti. Journal of Pest Science, Springer Verlag, 2020, 93 (3), pp.941-952. ⟨10.1007/s10340-020-01214-w⟩. ⟨hal-02778221⟩
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Monique Weemstra, Gregoire Freschet, Alexia Stokes, Catherine Roumet. Patterns in intraspecific variation in root traits are species‐specific along an elevation gradient. Functional Ecology, Wiley, 2020, Functional Ecology, 35 (2), pp.342-356. ⟨10.1111/1365-2435.13723⟩. ⟨hal-03030429⟩
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France
  • AIDA (UR CIRAD), Pascal Marnotte (Malherbologie), Aude Ripoche (Modélisation)
  • CEFE, Montpellier, Doris Gomez (CNRS, Vision animale), Olivier Dangles & Catherine Roumet (Ecologie fonctionnelle)
  • ECO&SOLS, Montpellier, Tanguy Daufresne (Sols et stœchiométrie).
  • Emmah, équipe Swift, INRAE Avignon, Claude Doussan (Sciences du sol)
  • ENSChimie, Montpellier Jean-Marie Bessière (Odeurs)
  • HortSys (UR Cirad), équipe ECOS, Emile Faye (Agroécologie)
  • IBENS, Paris, Lucie Zinger (Metabarcoding)
  • IGE, Grenoble, France, Antoine Rabatel & Thomas Condom (Glaciologie, hydrologie)
  • INRIA, équipe Zenith, consortium Pl@ntNet, Alexis Joly & Jean-Christophe Lombardo (Informatique)
  • IPME (IRD-Cirad-UM), EquipeCeffeeAdapt: Benoit Bertrand (Production fruitière)
  • ISEM, Montpellier, équipes BioDicée, Vincent Devictor, Sonia Kéfi… (Biodiversité) et Paléo-environnement, Christelle Hély, Allowen Ervin (Ecosystèmes).
  • ITAP (INRAe-SupAgro), Vincent De Rudnicki (Electronique), Christophe Guizard (Vision), Gilles Rabatel (Imagerie hyperspectrale, drone)
  • Laboratoire Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Environnement, Toulouse, Régis Céréghino (Invertébrés aquatiques), Vincent Jassey (Ecologie fonctionnelle), Joséphine Leflaive (Microbiologie), Arthur Compin (Invertébrés aquatiques)
  • LECA, Grenoble, France, Philippe Choler & Sebastien Lavergne (Ecologie)
  • LIRMM, équipe ICAR (CNRS/UM), Gérard Subsol & Marc Chaumont (Imagerie)
  • LMGE, Université Clermont-Auvergne, Jean-François Carrias (Microbiologie), Bruno Corbara (Entomologie)
  • LRSV, Toulouse, Nathalie Séjalon-Delmas (Symbiose mycorhizienne), Virginie Pueh-Pages (Métabolomique)
  • MNHN (UMS 2006 Patrimoine naturel), Paris, Quentin Rome (Espèces invasives)
  • MNHN/ISYEB, Paris, Claire Villemant, Rodolphe Rougerie (Entomologie), Florent Martos (Orchidées, écologie chimique, mycorhize)
  • Parc National des Ecrins, Gap, France, Cedric Dentant (Botanique)
  • SELMET, Vincent Blanfort (Agrostologie)
  • Unité Abeilles et Environnement (INRAe), Avignon, Yves Leconte (Abeilles, écologie chimique)

French Guiana
  • ECOFOG, Kourou, Heidy Schimann (INRAE, écologie des communautés microbiennes), Sabrina Coste (Ecophysiologie des plantes), Clément Stahl (INRAE, écophysiologie des plantes), Jérôme Orivel (Entomologie), Eliane Louisanna (Biologie moléculaire), Valérie Troispoux (biologie moléculaire)

Central and South America
  • Herbier National, La Paz, Bolivie, rosa Isela Meneses (Botanique, écologie)
  • TEC (Technologico de Costa-Rica), Erick Mata-Montero (Biodiversité et informatique)
  • Université de Sao Paulo, Brésil (Ecophysiologie des plantes)
  • Université des Andes, Bogota, Colombie, Gwendolyn Peyre (Ecologie, biogéographie)

USA
  • Missouri Botanical Garden, Tariq Stévart (phénologie, biologie de la reproduction orchidées)
  • University of California, Santa Barbara, Susan Mazer (Ecologie évolutive et génétique)
  • University of California,, Los Angeles, Thomas Smith, Vincent Deblauwe (Camera trap)
  • University of Florida, IdigBio, Pamela Soltis (Evolution des plantes)

Africa
  • CNRA Côte d’Ivoire, Etienne Téhia (Malherbologie)
  • Kenya Forest Service (KFS, Conservation et gestion des ressources forestières)
  • Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI, conservation et gestion des ressources marines)
  • Nelson Mandela Institute, Arusha Tanzanie, Anna Tredtde (Ecologie des savanes et écosystèmes tropicaux).
  • Université d’Accra, Ghana (Agro-pastoralisme)
  • Université de Yaoundé 1, Cameroun, Bonaventure Sonké (phénologie, biologie de la reproduction orchidées)

Asia
  • UBD, University of Brunei Darussalam, Brunei, David Marshall (Biodiversité aquatique)
  • Strand Life Science, Inde, P. Rajagopal et T. Vattakeven (Développement de portails collaboratifs)
  • USTH Hanoï, Vietnam (Ecologie des sols)

International laboratories
  • Bromeliad Working Group (réseau de chercheurs européens, nord et sud-américains travaillant sur les réseaux trophiques aquatiques des broméliacées à réservoirs d’eau (https://www.zoology.ubc.ca/~srivast/bwg/)
  • LMI BIOINCA, Colombie
  • LMI DYCOFAC, Cameroun
  • LMI LUSES (Vietnam, Laos, Thailande)
  • ropics Vietnam (réseau d’observatoires https://mtropics.obs-mip.fr/fr/stations-and-acquisition-parameters-fr/vietnam-dong-cao-catchment-fr/ )