Livia Zapponi
Livia Zapponi
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Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles
J Müller, H Brustel, A Brin, H Bussler, C Bouget, E Obermaier, ...
Ecography 38 (5), 499-509, 2015
862015
Protected areas and insect conservation: questioning the effectiveness of N atura 2000 network for saproxylic beetles in I taly
M D'Amen, P Bombi, A Campanaro, L Zapponi, MA Bologna, F Mason
Animal Conservation 16 (4), 370-378, 2013
622013
Citizen science data as an efficient tool for mapping protected saproxylic beetles
L Zapponi, A Cini, M Bardiani, S Hardersen, M Maura, E Maurizi, ...
Biological Conservation 208, 139-145, 2017
452017
The summer distribution and occurrence of cetaceans in the coastal waters of the outer southern Moray Firth in northeast Scotland (UK)
KP Robinson, N Baumgartner, SM Eisfeld, NM Clark, RM Culloch, ...
Lutra 50 (1), 19, 2007
332007
A European monitoring protocol for the stag beetle, a saproxylic flagship species
A Campanaro, L Zapponi, S Hardersen, M Méndez, N Al Fulaij, P Audisio, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 9 (6), 574-584, 2016
312016
The forest biodiversity artery: towards forest management for saproxylic conservation
F Mason, L Zapponi
iForest, 2015
192015
The role of monumental trees for the preservation of saproxylic biodiversity: re-thinking their management in cultural landscapes
L Zapponi, G Mazza, A Farina, L Fedrigoli, F Mazzocchi, PF Roversi, ...
Nature Conservation 19, 231, 2017
142017
WeaselMustela nivalis spatial ranging behaviour and habitat selection in agricultural landscape
C Magrini, E Manzo, L Zapponi, FM Angelici, L Boitani, M Cento
Acta theriologica 54 (2), 137-146, 2009
142009
Assessing environmental requirements effects on forest fragmentation sensitivity in two arboreal rodents
L Zapponi, M Del Bianco, L Luiselli, A Catorci, MA Bologna
Mammalian Biology 78 (3), 157-163, 2013
132013
The Habitat-Trees experiment: using exotic tree species as new microhabitats for the native fauna
L Zapponi, E Minari, L Longo, I Toni, F Mason, A Campanaro
iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry 8, 464-470, 2015
112015
Arthropod communities in fungal fruitbodies are weakly structured by climate and biogeography across European beech forests
N Friess, JC Müller, P Aramendi, C Bässler, M Brändle, C Bouget, A Brin, ...
Diversity and Distributions 25 (5), 783-796, 2019
82019
Patterns in diurnal co-occurrence in an assemblage of hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae)
M D'Amen, D Birtele, L Zapponi, S Hardersen
European Journal of Entomology 110 (4), 649, 2013
82013
Congruent patterns of functional diversity in saproxylic beetles and fungi across European beech forests
J Hagge, N Abrego, C Bässler, C Bouget, A Brin, H Brustel, M Christensen, ...
Journal of Biogeography 46 (5), 1054-1065, 2019
72019
Îlots de senescence in the ManFor C. BD sites
F Mason, U Di Salvatore, L Zapponi, P Cantiani, B De Cinti, F Ferretti
Ital. J. Agron 11 (s1), 1-175, 2016
62016
Wood degradation and the role of saproxylic insects for lignoforms
S Hardersen, L Zapponi
Applied Soil Ecology 123, 334-338, 2018
42018
Indicators of sustainable forest management: a European overview
S Corezzola, E D'Andrea, L Zapponi
Indicators of sustainable forest management: application and assessment 40 …, 2016
42016
Possible directions in the protection of the neglected invertebrate biodiversity
M D'Amen, P Bombi, A Campanaro, L Zapponi, MA Bologna, F Mason
Animal Conservation 16 (4), 383-385, 2013
42013
Forest management for invertebrate conservation
M De Groot, L Zapponi, D Badano, S Corezzola, F Mason
Ital. J. Agron 11, 32-37, 2016
32016
Progetto LIFE+ ManFor C
B De Cinti, G Fabbio, F Ferretti, P Cantiani, U Di Salvatore, M Bascietto, ...
BD: Un’esperienza per valorizzare tutte le funzioni del bosco. Sherwood 206 …, 2014
22014
Disentangling patch and landscape constraints of nested assemblages
L Zapponi, L Luiselli, M Cento, A Catorci, MA Bologna
Basic and Applied Ecology, 2014
22014
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