All Publications Before 2015


34) Di Giulio, S. Fattorini, W. Moore, J. Robertson & E. Maurizi (2014) Form, function and evolutionary significance of stridulatory organs in ant nest beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Paussini). European Journal of Entomology, 111(5): 692–702 (IF 2016: 1.167 Q3: ENTOMOLOGY)

33) G. Strona & S. Fattorini (2014) A few good reasons why species-area relationships do not work for parasites. BioMed Research International. 2014. Article ID 271680 (IF 2016: 2.476 Q2: BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, Q3: MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL).

32) G. Strona & S. Fattorini (2014) Parasitic worms: how many really?. International Journal for Parasitology, 44: 269–272 (IF 2016: 3.730 Q1: PARASITOLOGY). [recensito nel sito del Joint Research Centre

31) G. Strona & S. Fattorini (2014) On the methods to assess significance in nestedness analyses. Theory in Biosciences, 133: 179-186 (IF 2016: 0.778, Q3: BIOLOGY, Q4: MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY)

30) G. Strona, D. Nappo, F. Boccacci, S. Fattorini & J. San-Miguel-Ayanz (2014) A fast and unbiased procedure to randomize ecological binary matrices with fixed row and column totals. Nature Communications5:4114 DOI: 10.1038/ncomms5114(IF 2016: 12.124 Q1:MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES)

39) G. Strona, P. Galli, D. Seveso, S. Montano & S. Fattorini (2014) Nestedness for Dummies (NeD): a user friendly web interface for exploratory nestedness analysis. Journal of Statistical Software, August 2014, Volume 59, Code Snippet 3. (IF 2016: 9.436 Q1: STATISTICS & PROBABILITY, Q1: COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS)

28)G. Strona, S. Montano, D. Severo, P. Galli, S. Fattorini (2014) Identification of Monogenea made easier: a new statistical procedure for an automatic selection of diagnostic linear measures in closely related species. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 52: 95-99(IF 2016: 2.444 Q1: ZOOLOGY, Q4: EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY)

27) L. Dapporto, S. Fattorini, R. Vodă, V. Dincă, R. Vila (2014) Biogeography of western Mediterranean butterflies: combining turnover and nestedness components of faunal dissimilarity. Journal of Biogeography, (2014) 41, 1639–1650(IF 2016: 4.248 Q1: ECOLOGY)

26) S. Fattorini (2014) Disentangling the effects of available area, mid-domain constraints, and species environmental tolerance on the altitudinal distribution of tenebrionid beetles in a Mediterranean area. Biodiversity and Conservation, 16: 2531-2538 (IF 2016: 2.265 Q1: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION, Q2: ECOLOGY, Q2: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES)

25) S. Fattorini (2014) Island biogeography of urban insects: Tenebrionid beetles from Rome tell a different story. Journal of Insect Conservation, 18:729-735 (IF 2016: 1.462 Q2: ENTOMOLOGY)

24) S. Fattorini (2014) Relations between species rarity, vulnerability, and range contraction for a beetle group in a densely populated region within the Mediterranean biodiversity hotspot. Conservation Biology, 28: 169-176((IF 2016: 4.842 Q1: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION, Q1: ECOLOGY, Q1: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES)

23) S. Fattorini (2014) Tenebrionid beetle distributional patterns in Italy: multiple colonization trajectories in a biogeographical crossroad. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 7: 144-160 (IF 2016: 1.840 Q1: ENTOMOLOGY)

22) S. Fattorini (2014) Urban biodiversity hotspots are not related to the structure of green spaces: a case study of tenebrionid beetles from Rome, Italy. Urban Ecosystems,17:1033–1045 (IF 2016: 1.970 Q2: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION, Q2: ECOLOGY).

21) S. Fattorini & L. Dapporto (2014) Assessing small island prioritisation using species rarity: the tenebrionid beetles of Italy. Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management, 14(2):185-197.

20) S. Fattorini& L. Salvati (2014) Tenebrionid beetles as proxy indicators of climate aridity. Ecological Indicators, 38: 256–261 (IF 2016: 3.898 Q1: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES)

19) S. Fattorini, B. Porena, F. Bernardini & A. Di Giulio (2014) Nuovi dati sui Coleotteri Tenebrionidi della città di Roma (Coleoptera Tenebrionidae). Bolletino della Società Entomologica Italiana, 146 (3): 137-142

18) S. Fattorini, P. Leo, A. Liberto, A.B. Biscaccianti, P. Audisio, G.M. Carpaneto (2014) Famiglia Tenebrionidae. Appendice 1 e schede tecniche on line (, in: Audisio, P., Baviera, C., Carpaneto, G.M., Biscaccianti, A.B., Battistoni, A., Teofili, C., Rondinini, C. (compilatori) 2014: Lista Rossa IUCN dei Coleotteri saproxilici Italiani. Comitato Italiano IUCN e Ministero dell’Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare, Roma.

17) S. Fattorini, R. Lo Monaco, A. Di Giulio, W. Ulrich (2014) Climatic correlates of body size in European tenebrionid beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 14:215–224(IF 2016: 2.313 Q1: ZOOLOGY, Q3: EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY)

16) W. Sujarwo, I. B. K. Arinasa, F. Salomone, G. Caneva, S. Fattorini (2014) Cultural Erosion of Balinese Indigenous Knowledge of Food and Nutraceutical Plants. Economic Botany, 68(4): 426–437(IF 2016: 1.582 Q2: PLANT SCIENCES)

15) S. Fattorini (2013) Regional insect inventories require long time, extensive spatial sampling and good will. PLoS ONE, 8(4): e62118. (IF 2016: 2.806 Q1: MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES)

14) S. Fattorini (2013) Variation in zoogeographical composition along an elevational gradient: the tenebrionid beetles of Latium (Central Italy). Entomologia, 1 (e6): 33-40.

13) G. Strona, F. Stefani, P. Galli & S. Fattorini (2013) A protocol to compare nestedness among submatrices. Population Ecology, 55: 227-239 (IF 2016: 1.865 Q3: ECOLOGY)

12) G. Strona, P. Galli & S. Fattorini (2013) Fish parasites unravel the paradox of missing coextinctions. Nature Communications, 4, 1718 doi:10.1038/ncomms2723 (IF 2016: 12.124 Q1: MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES)

11) L. Dapporto, M. Ramazzotti, S. Fattorini, G. Talavera, R. Vila, R.L.H. Dennis (2013) recluster: an unbiased clustering procedure for beta-diversity turnover. Ecography, 36: 1070–1075 (F 2015: 5.355 Q1: ECOLOGY, Q1: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION)

10) P. Cardoso, F. Rigal, S. Fattorini, S. Terzopoulou, & P.A.V. Borges (2013) Integrating Landscape Disturbance and Indicator Species in ConservationStudies. PloS ONE 8(5): e63294 (IF 2016: 2.806 Q1: MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES)

9) S. Fattorini (2013) Faunistic knowledge and insect species loss in an urban area: the tenebrionid beetles of Rome. Journal of Insect Conservation, 17:637-643 (IF 2016: 1.462 Q2: ENTOMOLOGY)

8) S. Fattorini (2013) I Coleotteri Tenebrionidi di Roma (Coleoptera Tenebrionidae). Fragmenta entomologica, 45 (1-2): 87-142

7) S. Fattorini (2013) Species ecological preferences predict extinction risk in urban tenebrionid beetle guilds. Animal Biology, 63: 93-106 (IF 2016: 0.574 Q4: ZOOLOGY)

6) S. Fattorini & A. Di Giulio (2013) Should we correct rarity measures for body size to evaluate arthropod vulnerability? Insights from Mediterranean tenebrionid beetles. Biodiversity and Conservation, 22: 2805–2819 (IF 2016: 2.265 Q1: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION, Q2: ECOLOGY, Q2: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES)

5) S. Fattorini, A Di Giulio, L. Dapporto (2013) Measuring insect rarity: practical issues, pragmatic approaches. Journal of Insect Biodiversity, 1(10): 1-21.

4) S. Fattorini, E. Maurizi & A. Di Giulio. (2013) Evaluating alpha and beta taxonomy in ant-nest beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Paussini). Psyche, 2013: 1-10. Article ID 736939, 10 pages. Special issue: "Ants and Their Parasites".

3) S. Fattorini, R. Lo Monaco, A. Di Giulio, W. Ulrich (2013) Latitudinal trends in body length distributions of European darkling beetles (Tenebrionidae). Acta Oecologica, 53: 88-94 (IF 2016: 1.652 Q3: ECOLOGY)

2) S. Fattorini, A. Sciotti, P. Tratzi & A. Di Giulio (2013) Species distribution, ecology, abundance, body size and phylogeny originate interrelated rarity patterns at regional scale. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 51(4), 279-286 (IF 2016: 2.444 Q1: ZOOLOGY, Q3: EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY)

1) W. Ulrich, & S. Fattorini (2013) Longitudinal gradients in the phylogenetic community structure of European Tenebrionidae (Coleoptera) do not coincide with the major routes of postglacial colonization. Ecography, 36: 1106–1116 (IF 2016: 4.902 Q1: ECOLOGY, Q1: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION)