Refereed Journal Articles and Books

Bouchard, P., and Brooks, D. R. (in press). Effects of vagility potential on dispersal and speciation in rainforest insects. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.


Bouchard, P., Lesage, L., Zmudzinska, A., Goulet, H., Bostanian, N. J., Vincent, C. and Lasnier, J. (Submitted). Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) diversity and abundance in Quebec vineyards.


Bouchard, P., Brooks, D. R. and Yeates, D. Y. (in press). Mosaic macroevolution in Australian Wet Tropics arthropods: community assemblage by taxon pulses. In 'Rainforest: past, present, future.' (Eds. Moritz, C. and Bermingham, E.) (University of Chicago Press: Chicago).

Bouchard, P. and Steiner, W. E. (2004). First descriptions of Coelometopini pupae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) from Australia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region with comments on phylogenetic relationships and anti-predator adaptations. Systematic Entomology. 29: 101-114.

Chen, X., Aiken, S. G., Dallwitz, M. J. and Bouchard, P. (2003). Studies of Festuca (Poaceae) occurring in China compared with taxa in North America. Canadian Journal of Botany. 81:1008-1028.


Bouchard, P. (2002). Phylogenetic revision of the flightless Australian genus Apterotheca Gebien (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Coelometopinae). Invertebrate Systematics. 16: 449-554.


Bouchard, P., Hamilton, K. G. A. and Wheeler, T. A. (2002). Diversity and conservation status of prairie endemic Auchenorrhyncha (Homoptera) in alvars of the Great Lakes region. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario. 132: 39-56.


Yeates, D. K., Bouchard, P. and Monteith, G. B. (2002). Patterns of endemism in the Australian Wet Tropics rainforest: evidence from flightless insects. Invertebrate Systematics (Special Issue on Short-Range Endemics). 16: 605-619.


Bouchard, P. and Yeates, D. K. (2001). Phylogenetic relationships of the Australasian Coelometopini (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae); a quantitative cladistic analysis with a review of biology. Organisms, Diversity and Evolution. 1: 17-43.


Bouchard, P. (2000). Cuemus, a new genus of Tenebrionidae (Coleoptera) from the northern Queensland Wet Tropics. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. 46: 95-100.


Bouchard, P. and Gorb, S. N. (2000). The elytra-to-body binding mechanism of the flightless rainforest species Tabarus montanus Kaszab (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Arthropod Structure and Development. 29: 323-331.


Bouchard, P., Wheeler, T. A. and Goulet, H. (2000). Design for a low-cost, covered, ramp pitfall trap. The Canadian Entomologist. 132: 387-389.

Bouchard, P., Goulet, H. and Wheeler, T. A. (1998). Phenology and habitat preferences of three species of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) associated with alvar habitats in southern Ontario. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario. 129: 19-29.

Bouchard, P., Hsiung, C. - C. and Yaylayan, V. A. (1997). Chemical analysis of defence secretions of Sipyloidea sipylus (Westwood) (Insecta: Phasmatidae) and their potential use as repellent against rats. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 23: 2049-2057.

Book Reviews

Bouchard, P. and Bouchard, L. (2004). Ecology, culture and conservation of a protected area: Fathom Five National Marine Park, Canada. (Eds. Parker, S. and Munawar, M.) Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, 2001. Ecovision World Monograph series. Book review published in Biodiversity.

Non-Refereed Articles

Bouchard, P. 1998. When the going gets tough. Canadian Wildlife. 4: 13-15.


Bouchard, P. 1998. Quand la vie est dure… Biosphere. 14: 13-15.


Bouchard, P. and Wheeler, T. A. 1997. Arthropods of alvar habitats. Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods). Fall Issue. 16: 47-51.


Bouchard, P. and Hsiung, C. – C. 1996. A preliminary study of the defence behaviour of Sipyloidea sipylus (Westwood) using amphibian predators. Phasmid Studies. 5: 18-24.

Technical Reports

Bouchard, P. 1998. Insect diversity in alvars of southern Ontario. Technical Report prepared for Federation of Ontario Naturalists. McGill University. 87pp.

Bouchard, P. 1997. Insect diversity in alvar habitats, Manitoulin Island, Ontario. Technical Report prepared for the Great Lakes Program: The Nature Conservancy and the Ontario Natural Heritage Information Centre. McGill University. 48pp.


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