Andrea Mosini

Andrea Mosini
Valgrande Società Cooperativa

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The macronutrient requirements of the strictly related pine marten (Martes martes) and stone marten (Martes foina) are almost identical, but, at range scale, in areas of putative sympatry (overlapping European ranges) the stone marten tends to be more frugivorous, which makes the contribution of carbohydrate energy to be higher than the target. In...
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A species’ potential distribution can be modelled adequately only if no factor other than habitat availability affects its occurrences. Space use by stone marten Martes foina is likely to be affected by interspecific competition with the strictly related pine marten Martes martes , the latter being able to outcompete the first species in forested h...
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The results of a survey aimed at describing the Odonate fauna of Val Grande National Park are presented, which was carried out in the framework of the project "Animal Biodiversity Monitoring in Alpine Habitat". Relevant literature was examined and data collected intensively in summer 2016 and extensively in the period 2014-2019. Prior to this resea...
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The pine marten (Martes martes) and stone marten (Martes foina) are considered similar carnivores in terms of morphology, habitat requirements, diet and distribution. Despite their range overlap widely throughout Europe, few studies have analysed their spatial distribution in sympatry. With the aim of investigating the environmental factors which m...
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Il progetto “ARETE' - ACQUA IN RETE: gestione virtuosa della risorsa idrica e degli agroecosistemi per l’incremento del capitale naturale” è stato co-finanziato da Fondazione Cariplo nell’ambito del bando 2018 “Capitale Naturale”. Il progetto si svolgeva originariamente dal 1 gennaio 2019 al 31 gennaio 2022, ma la sua durata è stata prorogata da Fo...
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In this article we present the results of a multitaxa and expert based methodology aimed at the identification of Priority Areas for Biodiversity Conservation in the Province of Verbano Cusio Ossola (VCO), located in North Eastern Piedmont, Italy. The multitaxa approach was based on the selection of focal species and habitats that were considered i...
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The Terra Vi.Va. project triggers a participatory process aimed at environmental and functional restoration of an emblematic terraced area of the Valle Antrona (Province of Verbano Cusio Ossola, VCO). The pilot experience has launched a landowner association which engages local administrations and small owners of abandoned plots, in order to restor...
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Presentiamo i risultati della prima indagine strutturata effettuata con l'obiettivo di fornire l'elenco delle specie di libellule presenti nel Parco Nazionale della Val Grande (PNVG), sito nel Piemonte nord orientale nella provincia del VCO. La posizione geografica del PNVG tra le valli dell'Ossola a ovest e nord ed il Verbano a sud ed est favorisc...
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Most studies focused on species coexistence have been directed at the differential use of habitat and food resources; nonetheless, the differential use of the diel cycle may enhance the coexistence of same-sized species. We investigated the activity patterns of mesocarnivores (red fox (Vulpes vulpes), European badger (Meles meles), pine marten (Mar...
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Il Parco Nazionale della Val Grande è un’area montuosa protetta sita nelle Alpi, nel Piemonte nord-orientale, Italia. L’area è stata designata quale Parco Nazionale nonché ZPS – Zona di Protezione Speciale secondo la Direttiva “Uccelli” e IBA – Important Bird Area secondo BirdLife International. L’area di studio ha una superficie di 45.873 ha che c...
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We present the results of 4 years of dragonfly monitoring in the Alpi Veglia and Devero Natural Park and Alpe Devero Conservation Area, Western Alps, alongside with records from two neighbouring sites. Altogether we recorded 17 species. Somatochlora arctica and Leucorrhinia dubia are for the first time recorded for Piedmont.
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The ecological status of 203 amphibian aquatic breeding sites, selected from the national database of the Societas Herpetologica Italica (SHI), was surveyed in the period 2008-2009 to assess their ecological status. Sites were randomly extracted, after stratification by the three biogeographical regions present in Italy, besides Sardinia and Sicily...

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