Andrea Battisti
Andrea Battisti
University of Padova DAFNAE
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Expansion of geographic range in the pine processionary moth caused by increased winter temperatures
A Battisti, M Stastny, S Netherer, C Robinet, A Schopf, A Roques, ...
Ecological applications 15 (6), 2084-2096, 2005
5862005
Drought effects on damage by forest insects and pathogens: a meta‐analysis
H Jactel, J Petit, ML Desprez‐Loustau, S Delzon, D Piou, A Battisti, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (1), 267-276, 2012
3502012
A rapid altitudinal range expansion in the pine processionary moth produced by the 2003 climatic anomaly
A Battisti, M Stastny, E Buffo, S Larsson
Global change biology 12 (4), 662-671, 2006
2872006
The complete mitochondrial genome of the bag-shelter moth Ochrogaster lunifer (Lepidoptera, Notodontidae)
P Salvato, M Simonato, A Battisti, E Negrisolo
BMC genomics 9 (1), 1-15, 2008
2142008
Bark and wood boring insects in living trees in Europe: a synthesis
F Lieutier, A Battisti
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004
1932004
Urticating hairs in arthropods: their nature and medical significance
A Battisti, G Holm, B Fagrell, S Larsson
Annual review of entomology 56, 203-220, 2011
1562011
Genetic differentiation in the winter pine processionary moth (Thaumetopoea pityocampa — wilkinsoni complex), inferred by AFLP and mitochondrial DNA markers
P Salvato, A Battisti, S Concato, L Masutti, T Patarnello, L Zane
Molecular Ecology 11 (11), 2435-2444, 2002
1362002
Climate affects severity and altitudinal distribution of outbreaks in an eruptive bark beetle
L Marini, MP Ayres, A Battisti, M Faccoli
Climatic Change 115 (2), 327-341, 2012
1192012
Impact of farm size and topography on plant and insect diversity of managed grasslands in the Alps
L Marini, P Fontana, S Klimek, A Battisti, KJ Gaston
Biological Conservation 142 (2), 394-403, 2009
1182009
Mitigating the impacts of the decline of traditional farming on mountain landscapes and biodiversity: a case study in the European Alps
L Marini, S Klimek, A Battisti
Environmental science & policy 14 (3), 258-267, 2011
1122011
Response of orthopteran diversity to abandonment of semi-natural meadows
L Marini, P Fontana, A Battisti, KJ Gaston
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 132 (3-4), 232-236, 2009
1052009
Agricultural management, vegetation traits and landscape drive orthopteran and butterfly diversity in a grassland–forest mosaic: a multi‐scale approach
L Marini, P Fontana, A Battisti, KJ Gaston
Insect Conservation and Diversity 2 (3), 213-220, 2009
1012009
Forests and climate change-lessons from insects
A Battisti
IFOREST-Biogeosciences and forestry 1 (1), 1, 2008
942008
Forests and climate change-lessons from insects
A Battisti
IFOREST-Biogeosciences and forestry 1 (1), 1, 2008
942008
Host‐plant relationships and population dynamics of the Pine Processionary Caterpillar Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Denis & Schiffermuller)
A Battisti
Journal of Applied Entomology 105 (1‐5), 393-402, 1988
931988
Quaternary history and contemporary patterns in a currently expanding species
C Kerdelhué, L Zane, M Simonato, P Salvato, J Rousselet, A Roques, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 9 (1), 1-14, 2009
922009
Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Den. & Schiff.) in Italy Bionomics and perspectives of integrated control1 2
L Masutti, A Battisti
Journal of Applied Entomology 110 (1‐5), 229-234, 1990
901990
Temperature as a predictor of survival of the pine processionary moth in the Italian Alps
E Buffo, A Battisti, M Stastny, S Larsson
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 9 (1), 65-72, 2007
892007
Host‐plant use in the range expansion of the pine processionary moth, Thaumetopoea pityocampa
M Stastny, A Battisti, E PETRUCCO‐TOFFOLO, F Schlyter, S Larsson
Ecological entomology 31 (5), 481-490, 2006
872006
Natural History of the Processionary Moths (Thaumetopoea spp.): New Insights in Relation to Climate Change
A Battisti, M Avcı, DN Avtzis, MLB Jamaa, L Berardi, W Berretima, ...
Processionary moths and climate change: An update, 15-79, 2015
852015
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