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Emiliano Mori

Consigliere ATiT GLAMMGPMGRIMEC

Biografia

Nato il 20 Dicembre 1985 a Siena, consegue nel 2009 la laurea specialistica in Biodiversità ed Evoluzione all’Università di Pisa con una tesi sulla struttura genetica e filogeografia del francolino nero (Aves: Galliformes), con voto finale 110/110, lode e abbraccio accademico. Durante l’internato di tesi, matura un interesse spiccato per la biologia della conservazione, in particolare per le problematiche connesse con le specie introdotte. Mentre frequenta il Master di II Livello in Conservazione della Biodiversità Animale all’Università “La Sapienza” di Roma, ottiene una borsa lavoro in provincia di Biella per effettuare una checklist di vertebrati in un giardino storico. Termina il master nel novembre 2010, con una tesi sulla fauna alloctona della Selva di Paliano (Frosinone), in collaborazione con ARP Lazio e NEMO Ambiente. In concomitanza, vince il dottorato di ricerca senza borsa in Biologia Evoluzionistica all’Università di Siena, sull’ecologia spaziale dell’istrice in contesti ecologici contrastanti. Durante i tre anni di dottorato, porta avanti progetti di ricerca non finanziati, su popolazioni di parrocchetti in Italia, sull’impatto dei gatti domestici sulla fauna selvatica, e in generale sul comportamento dei roditori (includendo le catture in vivo), ai quali lo avvicinano sia il dottorato di ricerca, sia l’ATIt, del cui Consiglio Direttivo è membro dal 2016. Nel novembre 2013, è socio fondatore dell’Associazione “Successione Ecologica”, di cui è vicepresidente, un network nazionale con l’obiettivo di promuovere lo scambio culturale e scientifico tra i giovani che operano nel campo della biologia ambientale, dell’ecologia e delle scienze naturali intese in senso ampio. Da fine 2013 al 2016, ha una borsa di ricerca all’Università di Torino, dove si è occupato di conservazione di roditori e soricomorfi terragnoli e di scoiattolo comune presso il Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso. Durante i tre anni trascorsi presso l’Università di Torino, ha effettuato catture di piccoli mammiferi e di sciuridi arborei attraverso trappole a vivo. Inoltre, è membro del Management Committee dell’Azione COST “ParrotNet” dal 2013. Attualmente lavora presso l’Università di Siena con un progetto su tamia siberiano finanziato dall’Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.


Pubblicazioni

Su riviste con Impact Factor

1. Forcina G., Panayides P., Guerrini M., Mori E., Gupta B.K., Al-Sheikhly O.F., Mansoori J., Khaliq I., Rank D.N., Parasharya B.M., Khan A.A., Hadjigerou P., Barbanera F. (2012). Molecular evolution of the Asian francolins (Francolinus, Galliformes): a modern reappraisal of a classic study in speciation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 65: 523-534.
2. Mori E., Sforzi A. (2013). Structure of phytobezoars found in the stomach of a crested porcupine, Hystrix cristata L., 1758. Folia Zoologica, 62(3): 232-234.
3. Mori E., Ancillotto L., Menchetti M., Romeo C., Ferrari N. (2013). Italian red squirrels and introduced parakeets: victims or perpetrators? Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 24: 195-196.
4. Lovari S., Sforzi A., Mori E. (2013). Habitat richness affects home range size in a monogamous large rodent. Behavioural Processes, 99: 42-46.
5. Mori E., Sforzi A., Di Febbraro M. (2013). From the Apennines to the Alps: recent range expansion of the crested porcupine Hystrix cristata L., 1758 (Mammalia: Rodentia: Hystricidae) in Italy. Italian Journal of Zoology, 80(4): 469-480.
6. Bruni G., Boggiano F., Menchetti M., Mori E. (2013). First report of egg predation by an unpaired Eurasian Coot, Fulica atra, L. 1758 (Aves, Gruiformes) on Black-winged Stilt, Himantopus himantopus, L. 1758 (Aves: Charadriiformes): one case from Central Italy. Italian Journal of Zoology, 80: 313-316.
7. Mori E., Di Febbraro M., Foresta M., Melis P., Romanazzi E., Notari A., Boggiano F. (2013). Assessment of the current distribution of free-living parrots and parakeets (Aves: Psittaciformes) in Italy: a synthesis of published data and new records. Italian Journal of Zoology, 80: 158-167.
8. Mori E., Menchetti M., Ferretti F. (2014). Seasonal and environmental influences on the calling behaviour of Eurasian Scops Owls. Bird Study, 61(2): 277-281.
9. Mori E., Menchetti M., Dartora F. (2014). Evidence of carrion consumption behaviour in the long-eared owl Asio otus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves: Strigiformes: Strigidae). Italian Journal of Zoology, 81: 471-475.
10. Mori E., Monaco A., Sposimo P., Genovesi P. (2014). Low establishment success of alien non-passerine birds in a Central Italy wetland. Italian Journal of Zoology, 81: 593-598.
11. Menchetti M., Mori E. (2014). Worldwide impact of alien parrots (Aves Psittaciformes) on native biodiversity and environment: a review. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 26(2-3): 172-194.
12. Panzeri M., Menchetti M., Mori E. (2014). Habitat use and diet of the Eurasian scops owl Otus scops in the breeding and wintering periods in Central Italy. Ardeola, 61(2): 393-399.
13. Panzeri M., Mori E., Mazza G., Menchetti M. (2014). Records of introduced stripe-necked terrapins (Mauremys species) in Italy. Acta Herpetologica, 9(2): 97-100.
14. Mori E., Lovari S. (2014). Sexual size monomorphism in the crested porcupine (Hystrix cristata). Mammalian Biology, 79: 157-160.
15. Mori E., Maggini I., Menchetti M. (2014). When quills kill. The defence strategy of the crested porcupine Hystrix cristata L., 1758. Mammalia, 78(2): 229-234.
16. Mori E., Nourisson D.H., Lovari S., Romeo G., Sforzi A. (2014). Self-defence may not be enough: moonlight avoidance in a large, spiny rodent. Journal of Zoology, 294: 31-40.
17. Mori E., Menchetti M., Balestrieri A. (2014). Interspecific den sharing: a study on European badger setts using camera traps. Acta Ethologica, 28: 121-126.
18. Mori E., Lovari S., Sforzi A., Romeo G., Pisani C., Massolo A., Fattorini L. (2014) Patterns of spatial overlap in a monogamous large rodent, the crested porcupine. Behavioural Processes, 107: 112-118.
19. Menchetti M., Scalera R., Mori E. (2014). First record of a possibly overlooked impact by alien parrots on a bat (Nyctalus leisleri). Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 25: 61-62.
20. Ancillotto L., Mazza G., Menchetti M., Mori E. (2014) Host specificity of the badger’s flea (Paraceras melis) and first detection on a bat host. Parasitology Research 113(10): 3909-3912.
21. Mori E., Sforzi A., Menchetti M., Mazza G., Lovari S., Pisanu B. (2015). Ectoparasite load in the crested porcupine Hystrix cristata Linnaeus, 1758 in Central Italy. Parasitology Research 114: 2223-2229.
22. Mori E., Menchetti M., Bertolino S., Mazza G., Ancillotto L. (2015). Reappraisal of an old cheap method for marking the European hedgehog. Mammal Research 60: 189-193.
23. Mori E., Mazza G., Menchetti M., Panzeri M., Gager Y., Bertolino S., Di Febbraro M. (2015). The masked invader strikes again: the conquest of Italy by the Northern Raccoon. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 26: 47-51.
24. Bertolino S., Colangelo P., Mori E., Capizzi D. (2015). Good for management, not for conservation: an overview of research, conservation and management of Italian small mammals. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 26: 25-35.
25. Di Febbraro M., Mori E. (2015). Potential distribution of feral parakeets in Tuscany (Central Italy): a bioclimatic model approach. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution, 27(2): 116-128.
26. Mori E., Bertolino S. (2015). Feeding ecology of long-eared owls in winter: an urban perspective. Bird Study, 62: 257-261.
27. Mori E., Ancillotto L., Groombridge J., Howard T., Feneru F., Smith V.V., Menchetti M. (2015). Macroparasites of introduced parakeets in Italy: a possible role for parasite-mediated competition. Parasitology Research, 114: 3277-3281.
28. Ancillotto L., Strubbe D., Menchetti M., Mori E. (2015). An overlooked invader? Ecological niche, invasion success and range dynamics of the Alexandrine parakeet in the invaded range. Biological Invasions 18: 583-595.
29. Mazza G., Menchetti M., Sluys R., Solà E., Riutort M., Tricarico E., Justine J.L., Cavigioli L., Mori E. (2016). First report of the land planarian Diversibipalium multilineatum (Makino & Shirasawa, 1983) (Plathyhelminthes, Tricladida, Continenticola) in Europe. Zootaza, 4067: 577-580.
30. Mori E., Mazzetto F., Menchetti M., Bodino N., Grasso E., Sposimo P. (2016) Feeding ecology of the scops owl, Otus scops (Aves: Strigiformes), in the island of Pianosa (Tuscan Archipelago, Central Italy) outside the breeding period. Italian Journal of Zoology, 83: 417-422.
31. Torrini G., Mazza G., Strangi A., Barabaschi D., Landi S., Mori E., Menchetti M., Sposimo P., Giuliani C., Zoccola A., Lazzaro L., Ferretti G., Foggi B., Roversi P.F. (2016). Oscheius tipulae in Italy: evidence of an alien isolate in the integral natural reserve of Montecristo Island (Tuscany). Journal of Nematology 48: 8-13.
32. Laurenzi A., Bodino N., Mori E. (2016). Much ado about nothing: assessing the impact of a problematic rodent on agriculture and native trees. Mammal Research, 61: 65-72.
33. Carnevali L., Lovari S., Monaco A., Mori E. (2016). Nocturnal activity of a “diurnal” species, the northern chamois, in a predator-free Alpine area. Behavioural Processes 126: 101-107.
34. Mori E., Menchetti M., Lucherini M., Sforzi A., Lovari S. (2016). Timing of reproduction and paternal cares in the crested porcupine. Mammalian Biology 81: 345-349.
35. Trucchi E., Facon B., Gratton P., Mori E., Stenseth N.C., Jentoft S. (2016) Long live the alien: is high genetic diversity a pivotal aspect of crested porcupine (Hystrix cristata) long-lasting and successful invasion? Molecular Ecology, 25: 3527–3539.
36. Mori E., Mazzoglio P.J., Rima P.C., Aloise G., Bertolino S. (2016). Bark-stripping damage by Callosciurus finlaysoniii introduced into Italy. Mammalia, 80: 507-514.
37. Ancillotto L., Mori E. (2016). Adaptive significance of coat colouration and patterns in Sciuromorpha (Rodentia). Ethology, Ecology and Evolution 29: 241-254.
38. Lioy S., Mori E., Wauters L.A., Bertolino S. (2016). Weight operated see-saw feeding hoppers are not selective for red squirrels when greys are present. Mammalian Biology 81: 365-371.
39. Ancillotto L, Mori E., Sozio G., Solano E., Bertolino S., Russo D. (2016). A novel approach to field identification of cryptic Apodemus wood mice: calls differ more than morphology. Mammal Review 47: 6-10.
40. Castiglia R, Aloise G, Amori G, Annesi F, Bertolino S, Capizzi D, Mori E., Colangelo P. (2016). The Italian peninsula hosts a divergent mtDNA lineage of the water vole, Arvicola amphibius s.l., including fossorial and aquatic ecotypes. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 27: 99-103.
41. Tiberti R., Mori E. (2016). Considerations on the vulnerability of the Eurasian water shrew Neomys fodiens to the presence of introduced brown trout Salmo trutta. Biologia, 71(6): 721-725.
42. Mori E., Menchetti M., Cantini M., Bruni G., Santini G., Bertolino S. (2016). Twenty years’ monitoring of a population of Italian crested newt Triturus carnifex: strong site fidelity and shifting population structure in response to restoration. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution, 29: 460-473.
43. Bertolino S., Büchner F., Mori E., Büchner S. (2016). Presence of the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius at the limit of its altitudinal range. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 27(2): 215-218.
44. Mori E., Benatti L., Lovari S., Ferretti F. (2017). What does the wild boar mean to the wolf? European Journal of Wildlife Research 63: 9.
45. Lovari S., Corsini M.T., Guazzini B., Romeo G., Mori E. (2017). Suburban ecology of the crested porcupine in a heavily poached area: a global approach. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 63: 10.
46. Mori E., Grandi G., Menchetti M., Tella J.T., Jackson H.A., Reino L., van Kleunen A., Figueira R., Ancillotto L. (2017). Worldwide distribution of non-native Amazon parrots and temporal trends of their global trade. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 40: 49-62.
47. Mori E., Iacucci A., Castiglia R., Santini L. (2017). Sexual-size dimorphism in two synanthropic rat species: comparison and eco-evolutionary perspectives. Mammalian Biology, 83: 78-80.
48. Turbè A., Strubbe D., Mori E., Carrete M., Chiron F., Clergeau P., Gonzalez-Moreno P., Le Louarn M., Luna A., Menchetti M., Nentwig W., Parau L.G., Postigo J.L., Rabitsch W., Senar J.C., Tollington S., Vanderhoeven S., Weiserbs A., Shwartz A. (2017). Assessing the assessments: evaluation of four impact assessment protocols for invasive alien species. Diversity and Distributions, 23: 297-307.
49. Mori E., Ancillotto L., Menchetti M., Strubbe D. (2017). ‘The early bird catches the nest’: possible competition between scops owls and ring-necked parakeets. Animal Conservation 20: 463-470.
50. Battocchio D., Iacolina L., Canu A., Mori E. (2017). How much does it cost to look like a pig in a wild boar group? Behavioural Processes, 138: 123-126.
51. Luna A., Franz D., Strubbe D., Shwartz A., Braun M.P., Hernàndez-Brito D., Malihi Y., Kaplan A., Mori E., Menchetti M., van Turnhout C.A.M., Parrott D., Chmielewski F.M., Edelaar P. (2017). Reproductive timing as a constraint on invasion success in the ring-necked parakeet (Psittacula krameri). Biological Invasions, 19: 2247-2259.
52. Lovari S., Serrao G., Mori E. (2017). Woodland features determining home range size of roe deer. Behavioural Processes, 140: 115-120.
53. Mori E. (2017). Porcupines in the landscape of fear: effects of hunting with dogs on the behaviour of a non-target species. Mammal Research, 62: 251-258.
54. Mori E., Mazza G., Saggiomo L., Sommese A., Esattore B. (2017). Strangers coming from the Sahara: an update of the worldwide distribution, potential impacts and conservation opportunities of alien aoudad. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 54: 373-386.
55. Mori E., Bozzi R., Laurenzi A. (2017). Feeding habits of the crested porcupine Hystrix cristata L. 1758 (Mammalia, Rodentia) in a Mediterranean area of Central Italy. The European Zoological Journal, 84: 261-265.
56. Russo D., Ancillotto L., Hughes A.C., Galimberti A., Mori E. (2017). Collection of voucher specimens for bat research: conservation, ethical implications, reduction, and alternatives. Mammal Review, 47: 237-246.
57. Cerri J., Mori E., Vivarelli M., Zaccaroni M. (2017). Are wildlife value orientations useful tools to explain tolerance and illegal killing of wildlife by farmers in response to crop damage? European Journal of Wildlife Research, 63: 70.
58. Mori E., Di Bari P., Coraglia M. (2018). Interference between roe deer and Northern chamois in the Italian Alps: are Facebook groups effective data sources?. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution 30: 277-284.
59. Franchini M., Fazzi P., Lucchesi M., Mori E. (2017). Diet of adult and juvenile wildcats in Southern Tuscany (Central Italy). Folia Zoologica, 66, 147-151.
60. Mori E., Baeri A., Sforzi A., Vitale A., Galimberti A. (2017). From accidental citizen-science observations to genetic confirmation: how to spot new hidden invaders. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 28: 284-287.
61. Bocci A., Lovari S., Khan M.Z., Mori E. (2017). Sympatric snow leopard and Tibetan wolves: coexistence of large carnivores with human-driven potential competition. European Journal of Wildlife Research 63: 92.
62. Mori E., Mazza G., Galimberti A., Angiolini C., Bonari G. (2017). The porcupine as “Little Thumbling”: the role of Hystrix cristata in the spread of Helianthus tuberosus. Biologia 72: 1211-1216.
63. Fattorini N., Burrini L., Morao G., Ferretti F., Romeo G., Mori E. (2018). Splitting hairs: how to tell hair of hares apart for predator diet studies. Mammalian Biology 85: 84-89.
64. Mori E., Zozzoli R., Menchetti M. (2018). Global distribution and status of introduced Siberian chipmunks Eutamias sibiricus. Mammal Review 48: 139-152.
65. Ancillotto L., Notomista T., Mori E., Bertolino S., Russo D. (2018). Assessment of detection methods and vegetation associations for introduced Finlayson’s squirrels (Callosciurus finlaysonii) in Italy. Environmental Management 61: 875-883.
66. Vannini A., Bruni G., Ricciardi G., Platania L., Mori E., Tricarico E. (2018). Gambusia holbrooki the “tadpolefish”: the impact of its predatory behaviour on four protected species of European amphibians. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2880.
67. Lovari S., Mori E. (2018). Seasonal food habits of the endangered Indochinese leopard Panthera pardus delacouri in a protected area of North West Thailand. Folia Zoologica 66: 242-247.
68. Mori E., Lovari S., Mazza G. (2018) The bone collector: temporal patterns of bone-gnawing behaviour define osteophagia as a female prerogative in a large rodent. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72: 89.
69. Zozzoli R., Menchetti M., Mori E. (2018). Spatial behaviour of an overlooked alien squirrel: the case of Siberian chipmunks Eutamias sibiricus. Behavioural Processes 153: 107-111.
70. Mori E., Zozzoli R., Mazza G. (2018) Coming in like a wrecking-ball: are native red squirrels displacing invasive Siberian chipmunks? A study from an urban park. Urban Ecosystems https://doi.org/10.1007/s11252-018-0775-5
71. Grandi G., Menchetti M., Mori E. (2018) Vertical segregation by ring-necked parakeets Psittacula krameri in northern Italy. Urban Ecosystems, DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s11252-018-0779-1.
72. Romani T., Giannone C., Mori E., Filacorda S. (2018) Use of track counts and camera trapping to estimate the abundance of roe deer in North-Eastern Italy: are they effective methods? Mammal Research, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13364-018-0386-9
73. Sogliani D., Mori E. (2018) The Fox and the Cat: sometimes they do not agree. Mammalian Biology https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mambio.2018.07.003
74. Mori E., Pisanu B., Zozzoli R., Solano E., Olivieri E., Sassera D., Montagna M. (2018) Arthropods and associated pathogens from native and introduced rodents in Northeastern Italy. Parasitology Research https://doi.org/10.1007/s00436-018-6022-4
75. Mori E., Sforzi A., Bogliani G., Milanesi P. (2018) Range expansion and redefinition of a crop-raiding rodent associated with global warming and temperature increase. Climatic Change https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-018-2261-8
76. Dori P., Scalisi M., Mori E. (2018). “An American near Rome”… and not only! Presence of the eastern cottontail in Central Italy and potential impacts on the endemic and vulnerable Apennine hare. Mammalia https://doi.org/10.1515/mammalia-2018-0069
77. Iacucci A., Colangelo P., Gamberi V., Mori E., Capizzi D., Baert K., Esther A., Leirs H., Petit T., Ribas A., Aloise G., Annesi F., Castiglia R. (2018). VKORC1 mutation in European populations of Rattus norvegicus with first data for Italy and the report of a new amino acidic substitution. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, doi:10.4404/hystrix–00055-201.

Su riviste senza Impact Factor

1. Mori E., Maggini I. (2011). Osservazione di un culbianco Oenanthe oenanthe in provincia di Grosseto a febbraio. Alula, 18 (1-2): 150-151.
2. Mori E., Giovani A. (2012). Local extinction of Bombina pachypus Bonaparte, 1838 in three stations: a 17 years survey in pSCI “Poggi di Prata” (Southern Tuscany, Italy). Herpetology Notes, 5: 407-410.
3. Mori E., Plebani M. (2012) First records of Moorish gecko Tarentola mauritanica and Turkish gecko Hemidactylus turcicus (Squamata, Gekkonidae) in the Southern Metalliferous Hills, Tuscany, Italy. Atti della Società Toscana di Scienze Naturali, 119: 51-54.
4. Vannini A., Menchetti M., Mori E. (2013). L’avifauna del SIC “Poggi di Prata” (Grosseto, Italia Centrale): analisi faunistica, quantitativa e considerazioni sulla gestione ambientale del sito. Alula, 20 (1-2): 101-112.
5. Cantini M., Menchetti M., Vannini A., Bruni G., Borri B., Mori E. (2013). Checklist of Amphibians and Reptiles in a hilly area of Southern Tuscany (Central Italy): an update. Herpetology Notes, 6: 223-228.
6. Dutto M., Rinaudo S., Moino G., Mori E. (2014). Primi dati sulla presenza di Hystrix cristata Linnaeus, 1758 (Mammalia, Rodentia, Hystricidae) nel Piemonte sud occidentale (nord-ovest Italia). Biologia Ambientale, 28 (1): 90-93.
7. Bruni G., Menchetti M., Ricciardi G., Vannini A., Mori E. (2014) An unexpected case of heterospecific altruistic behaviour in a non-breeding migrant tern (Charadriformes, Sternidae). Ornis Hungarica, 22 (1): 76-80.
8. Mori E., Bruni G., Domeneghetti D., Menchetti M. (2013). Pelophylax synklepton hispanicus on the branches of a tree: description of an unusual behaviour. Herpetology Notes 6: 515-517.
9. Mori E., Menchetti M., Mazza G., Scalisi M. (2014) A new area of occurrence of an endemic Italian hare inferred by camera trapping. Bollettino del Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali di Torino, 30 (1-2): 123-130.
10. Mori E., Menchetti M., Dondini G., Biosa D., Vergari S. (2014) Theriofauna of Site of Community Importance Poggi di Prata (Grosseto, Central Italy): terrestrial mammals and preliminary data on Chiroptera. Check List, 10(4): 718-723.
11. Mori E., Menchetti M. (2014). “Sometimes they come back”: citizen science reveals the presence of the Italian red squirrel in Campania. Quaderni del Museo di Storia Naturale di Ferrara, 2: 91-94.
12. Chiodo E., Mori E. (2015). Nuove segnalazioni di istrice Hystrix cristata in Piemonte, con particolare riferimento alla provincia di Torino. Rivista Piemontese di Storia Naturale, 36: 257-262.
13. Menchetti M., Ancillotto L., Russo D., Bertolino S., Mori E. (2015). New records of the alien invasive Harmonia axyridis (Pallas, 1773) in Italy (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Onychium 11: 139-142.
14. Menchetti M., Mori E., Ceccolini F., Paggetti E., Pizzocaro L., Cianferoni F. (2016). New occurrences of the alien invasive species Harmonia axyridis (Pallas, 1773) in Southern Italy (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Onychium 12: 137-139.
15. Parau L.G., Strubbe D., Mori E., Menchetti M., Ancillotto L., van Kleunen A., White R.L., Hernàndez-Brito D., Le Louarn M., Clergeau P., Albayrak T., Franz D., Braun M.P., Schroeder J., Wink M. (2016). Rose-ringed parakeet Psittacula krameri populations and numbers in Europe: a complete overview. The Open Ornithology Journal 9: 1-13.
16. Mori E., Amerini R., Mazza G., Bertolino S., Battiston R., Sforzi A., Menchetti M. (2016). Alien shades of grey: new occurrences and relevant spread of Sciurus carolinensis in Italy. European Journal of Ecology, 2: 13-20.
17. Mori E., Mazza G., Menchetti M. (2018). Danni all’agricoltura da parrocchetti naturalizzati. L’Informatore Agrario 2: 62-63.




Capitoli di libri

1. Sposimo P., Corbi F., Mori E. (2014) Pollo sultano asiatico Porphyrio porphyria poliocephalus. In: Monaco A., (a cura di), 2014. Alieni: la minaccia delle specie alloctone per la biodiversità del Lazio. Palombi Editore, Roma: 232-233.
2. Menchetti M., Mori E., Angelici F.M. (2016). Effects of the recent world invasion by ring-necked parakeets Psittacula krameri. In: Angelici F.M. (ed.) Problematic wildlife. A cross-disciplinary approach. Springer, New York: 253–266.
3. Paoloni D., Aloise G., Bertolino S., Bisi F., Carpino F., Mori E., Sarà M., Scaravelli D. (2014). Soricomorfi, lagomorfi e roditori. In: Genovesi P, Angelini P., Duprè E., Ercole S., Giacanelli V., Ronchi F., Stoch F. Specie ed habitat di interesse comunitario in Italia: distribuzione, stato di conservazione e trend. ISPRA, Serie Rapporti, 194/2014: 179-183.
4. Mori E., Mazza G., Lovari S. (2017). Sexual dimorphism. In: Vonk J., Shackleford T.K. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour. Springer Edition, New York: 1-7.
5. Mori E., Meini S., Strubbe D., Ancillotto L., Sposimo P., Menchetti M. (2018). Do alien free-ranging birds affect human health? A global summary of known zoonoses. In: Mazza G., Tricarico E. (eds.) Invasive species and human health. CABI International Edition, New York: 120-129.





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