Ernesto Azzurro
Ernesto Azzurro
CNR - IRBIM, Ancona Italy
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Alien species in the Mediterranean Sea by 2010. A contribution to the application of European Union’s Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). Part I. Spatial distribution
A Zenetos, S Gofas, M VERLAQUE, ME Çinar, JEG Raso, CN Bianchi, ...
Mediterranean marine science 11 (2), 381, 2010
Tracking signals of change in Mediterranean fish diversity based on local ecological knowledge
E Azzurro, P Moschella, F Maynou
PloS one 6 (9), e24885, 2011
Reproduction in the dusky grouper from the southern Mediterranean
G Marino, E Azzurro, A Massari, MG Finoia, A Mandich
Journal of Fish Biology 58 (4), 909-927, 2001
Genetic bottlenecks and successful biological invasions: the case of a recent Lessepsian migrant
D Golani, E Azzurro, M Corsini-Foka, M Falautano, F Andaloro, ...
Biology letters 3 (5), 541-545, 2007
The presence of the invasive Lionfish Pterois miles in the Mediterranean Sea
M Bariche, M Torres, E Azzurro
Mediterranean Marine Science 14 (2), 292-294, 2013
Molecular systematics, zoogeography, and evolutionary ecology of the Atlantic parrotfish genus Sparisoma
G Bernardi, DR Robertson, KE Clifton, E Azzurro
Molecular phylogenetics and Evolution 15 (2), 292-300, 2000
The exotic crab Percnon gibbesi (H. Milne Edwards, 1853)(Decapoda, Grapsidae) in the Central Mediterranean
M Relini, L Orsi, V Puccio, E Azzurro
Scientia marina 64 (3), 337-340, 2000
External morphology explains the success of biological invasions
RV Azzurro E., Tuset, V. M., Lombarte, A., Maynou, F., Simberloff, D ...
Ecology Letters, 2014
Niche shift can impair the ability to predict invasion risk in the marine realm: an illustration using Mediterranean fish invaders
V Parravicini, E Azzurro, M Kulbicki, J Belmaker
Ecology Letters 18 (3), 246-253, 2015
Fistularia commersonii in the Mediterranean Sea: invasion history and distribution modeling based on presence-only records
E Azzurro, S Soto, G Garofalo, F Maynou
Biological invasions 15 (5), 977-990, 2013
Citizen science detects the undetected: the case of Abudefduf saxatilis from the Mediterranean Sea
E Azzurro, E Broglio, F Maynou, M Bariche
Universidad de Almería, 2013
A new settled population of the lessepsian migrant Siganus luridus (Pisces: Siganidae) in Linosa Island-Sicily Strait
E Azzurro, F Andaloro
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 84 (4), 819-821, 2004
Evaluating day–night changes in shallow Mediterranean rocky reef fish assemblages by visual census
E Azzurro, A Pais, P Consoli, F Andaloro
Marine Biology 151 (6), 2245-2253, 2007
Genetics of the early stages of invasion of the Lessepsian rabbitfish Siganus luridus
E Azzurro, D Golani, G Bucciarelli, G Bernardi
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 333 (2), 190-201, 2006
Predicting future thermal habitat suitability of competing native and invasive fish species: from metabolic scope to oceanographic modelling
S Marras, A Cucco, F Antognarelli, E Azzurro, M Milazzo, M Bariche, ...
Conservation physiology 3 (1), 2015
The advance of thermophilic fishes in the Mediterranean sea: overview and methodological questions
E Azzurro, ...
CIESM workshop monographs 35, 39-45, 2008
Resource partitioning among early colonizing Siganus luridus and native herbivorous fish in the Mediterranean: an integrated study based on gut-content analysis and stable …
E Azzurro, E Fanelli, E Mostarda, M Catra, F Andaloro
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 87 (4 …, 2007
I–Executive Summary of CIESM workshop climate warming and related changes in Mediterranean marine biota
F Boero, JP Féral, E Azzurro, V Cardin, B Riedel, M Despalatovic, I Munda, ...
CIESM workshop monographs 35, 5-21, 2008
First record of Fistularia commersonii (Fistularidae) from the central Mediterranean
E Azzurro, P Pizzicori, F Andaloro
Cybium 28 (1), 72-74, 2004
CIESM atlas of exotic fishes in the Mediterranean
D Golani, L Orsi-Relini, E Massuti, JP Quignard, J Dulčić, E Azzurro
Check-list of exotic species, 2013
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