The Wolf Intelligencer


Wolves in Foreste Casentinesi National Park (Italy)

Italian wolves (Canis lupus italicus Altobello, 1921) and molecular detection of taeniids in the Foreste Casentinesi National Park, Northern Italian Apennines. International Journal for Parasitology: Poglayen G, Gori F, Morandi B, Galuppi R, Fabbri E, Caniglia R, Milanesi P, Galaverni M, Randi E, Marchesi B, Deplazes P. Parasites and Wildlife. 2017 Apr

Fine-scale genetic structure suggests low levels of short-range gene flow in a wolf population of the Italian Apennines. Scandura M, Iacolina L, Capitani C, Gazzola A, Mattioli L, Apollonio M. European Journal of Wildlife Research. 2011 Aug

Prey selection and dietary response by wolves in a high-density multi-species ungulate community. Mattioli L, Capitani C, Gazzola A, Scandura M, Apollonio M. European Journal of Wildlife Research. 2011 Aug

Y-chromosome microsatellite variation in Italian wolves: a contribution to the study of wolf-dog hybridization patterns. Iacolina L, Scandura M, Gazzola A, Cappai N, Capitani C, Mattioli L, Vercillo F, Apollonio M. Mammalian Biology. 2010 Jul

Biogeographical variation in the population density of wild Boar (Sus scrofa) in western Eurasia. Melis C, Szafrańska PA, Jędrzejewska B, Bartoń K. Journal of biogeography. 2006 May

Birds as indicators of recent environmental changes in the Apennines (Foreste Casentinesi National Park, central Italy). Florenzano GT. Italian Journal of Zoology. 2004 Jan

Wolves in the Casentinesi Forests: insights for wolf conservation in Italy from a protected area with a rich wild prey community. Apollonio M, Mattioli L, Scandura M, Mauri L, Gazzola A, Avanzinelli E. Biological conservation. 2004 Nov

Wolf food habits and wild ungulate availability in the Foreste Casentinesi National Park, Italy. Mattioli L, Apollonio M, Mazzarone V, Centofanti E. Acta Theriologica. 1995 Dec

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