Maxim Larrivée

Scientific researcher,
Insectarium de Montréal

4581, rue Sherbrooke E. Montréal, QC H1X 2B2
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E-mail: maxim.larrivee@ville.montreal.qc.ca
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Research
In love with entomology as far back as he can remember, Maxim Larrivée has a master’s degree in landscape ecology from Carleton University in Ottawa and a doctorate in entomology from McGill University. He specializes in the study of the impacts of natural and human-produced perturbations on the biodiversity of certain groups of arthropods, including spiders, beetles and butterflies. He’s the designer of eButterfly, a citizen-scientist participation project aimed at tracking over the long term the distribution of Canada’s butterflies in the context of global changes. Maxim is also interested in the management of information pertaining to biodiversity in Canada as well as in the development of educational tools designed to raise awareness in young people about entomology, climate change and the use of Web tools processing information on biodiversity.

Publications
12- eButterfly: Leveraging massive online citizen science for butterfly consevation
Prudic K., McFarland K., Oliver J., Hutchinson R., Long E., Kerr J., Larrivée M.
2017 Insects (Date Added: 2017-06-25)

11- Vertical stratification of beetles (Coleoptera) and flies (Diptera) in temperate forest canopies
Maguire, D.Y., Robert, K., Brochu, K., Larrivée, M., Buddle, C.M., Wheeler, T.A.
2014 Environmental Entomology (Date Added: 2014-02-24)

10- Mechanistic models for the spatial spread of species under climate change
Leroux, S.J., Larrivée, M., Boucher-Lalonde, V., Hurford, A., Zuloaga, J., Kerr, J.T., Lutscher, F.
2013 Ecological Applications (Date Added: 2017-03-20)

9- Ballooning propensity of canopy and understorey spiders in a mature temperate hardwood forest
Larrivée, M., Buddle, C.M.
2011 Ecological Entomology (Date Added: 2011-04-08)

8- Scale dependence of tree trunk spider diversity patterns in vertical and horizontal space
Larrivée, M., Buddle, C.M.
2010 Ecoscience (Date Added: 2011-04-20)

7- New spider host associations for three acrocerid fly species (Diptera, Acroceridae
Larrivée, M., Borkent, C.J.
2009 Journal of Arachnology (Date Added: 2017-03-20)

6- Diversity of canopy and understorey spiders in north-temperate hardwood forests
Larrivée, M., Buddle, C.M.
2009 Agricultural and Forest Entomology (Date Added: 2011-04-08)

5- Edge effects created by wildfire and clear-cutting on boreal forest ground-dwelling spiders
Larrivée, M., Drapeau, P., Fahrig, L.
2008 Forest Ecology and Management (Date Added: 2017-03-20)

4- Should biomass be considered more frequently as a currency in terrestrial arthropod community analyses?
Saint-Germain, M., Buddle, C.M., Larrivée, M., Mercado, A., Motchula, T., Reichert, E., Sackett, T.E., Sylvain, Z., Webb, A.
2007 Journal of Applied Ecology (Date Added: 2011-04-20)

3- Effects of a recent wildfire and clearcuts on ground-dwelling boreal forest spider assemblages
Larrivée M., Fahrig L., Drapeau P.
2005 Canadian Journal of Forest Research (Date Added: 2017-03-20)

2- Pitfall trap designs to maximize invertebrate captures and minimize captures of nontarget vertebrates
Pearce, J.L., Schuurman, D., Barber, K.N., Larrivée, M., Venier, L.A., McKee, J., McKenney, D.
2005 Canadian Entomologist (Date Added: 2017-03-20)

1- Short-term response of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) to fire and logging in a spruce-dominated boreal landscape
Saint-Germain, M., Larrivée, M., Drapeau, P., Fahrig, L., Buddle, C.M.
2005 Forest Ecology and Management (Date Added: 2011-04-20)