Serena Corezzola

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Butterflies (Lepidoptera Rhopalocera) are considered good indicators of Europe’s biodiversity, especially for grasslands and other open habitats. Therefore monitoring butterfly communities is a powerful tool to measure biodiversity patterns in relation to pressures and to define management actions aimed at conserving and/or increasing biodiversity. However,(More)
Freshwater species are in serious decline all over the world. Thus, monitoring of freshwater ecosystems and species is crucial to guide policy actions and dragonflies are generally considered to be good indicators for these systems. The aquatic life stage of the Odonata is inherently more susceptible to changes in water quality than the imago and therefore(More)
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