Popular science (ENG)

Parasites of parasites: blood-sucking bat flies infected with enigmatic Laboulbeniales fungi. Pfliegler WP, Haelewaters D. Friends of the Farlow Newsletter 67, Fall 2016: 12-13.

Expecting the unexpected: Looking for lady beetles and their parasites. Haelewaters D, Verhaeghen S. ReVista 15 (1), Fall 2016: 30.

Beschimmelde mieren. Noordijk J, Haelewaters D, Boer P. Natuurbericht 21 Mar 2016.

Thaxter’s Treasure Trove. Friends of the Farlow Newsletter 63-64, 2014: 15.

Hebeloma, Pioneer Genus in Forensic Mycology. FUNGI Magazine 6 (3), Autumn 2013: 47-48.

Climate change and shrinking fishes. SciLogs.com, June 10 2013.

Squam Rock: lovely setting for 2013 Clara Cummings Walk. Friends of the Farlow Newsletter 61, Spring 2013: 6-7.

Gene Variants of a “Stress” Gene Have Profound Impacts on Health. Science in the News (Harvard University), April 2013.

Forensic Mycology: Taking Hebeloma to Court. SciLogs.com, March 22 2013.

Parasite host specificity related to host susceptibility to be killed? SciLogs.com, March 7 2013.

Has evolutionary history led us to nowaday’s rapes? SciLogs.com, January 20 2013.

Fatty acid-rich fish stocks: a sixth extinction crisis. Science in the News (Harvard University), January 2013.

Exserohilum rostratum, the killing fungus. FUNGI Magazine 5 (5), Winter 2012: 12-14.

Microscopic fungal parasites reveal their host’s behavior. SciLogs.com, November 14 2012.

Exserohilum rostratum, the killing fungus. SciLogs.com, October 24 2012.