Luca Corlatti
Luca Corlatti
Institute of Wildlife Biology and Game Management, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna
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Ability of wildlife overpasses to provide connectivity and prevent genetic isolation
L Corlatti, K Hacklšnder, F FREY‐ROOS
Conservation Biology 23 (3), 548-556, 2009
2012009
The conservation of the chamois Rupicapra spp.
L Corlatti, R Lorenzini, S Lovari
Mammal Review 41 (2), 163-174, 2011
542011
Hormones, parasites and male mating tactics in Alpine chamois: identifying the mechanisms of life history trade-offs
L Corlatti, S Bťthaz, A von Hardenberg, B Bassano, R Palme, S Lovari
Animal Behaviour 84 (4), 1061-1070, 2012
532012
Rutting behaviour of territorial and nonterritorial male chamois: Is there a home advantage?
L Corlatti, M Caroli, V Pietrocini, S Lovari
Behavioural processes 92, 118-124, 2013
282013
Physiological response to etho-ecological stressors in male Alpine chamois: timescale matters!
L Corlatti, R Palme, S Lovari
Naturwissenschaften 101 (7), 577-586, 2014
202014
Foraging strategies associated with alternative reproductive tactics in a large mammal
L Corlatti, B Bassano, TG Valencak, S Lovari
Journal of Zoology 291 (2), 111-118, 2013
182013
Unbiased sex-specific survival in Alpine chamois
L Corlatti, K Lebl, F Filli, T Ruf
Mammalian Biology 77 (2), 135-139, 2012
172012
Unimodal activity pattern in forest-dwelling chamois: typical behaviour or interspecific avoidance?
N Šprem, D Zanella, D Ugarković, I Prebanić, P Gančević, L Corlatti
European journal of wildlife research 61 (5), 789-794, 2015
162015
Spring spotlight counts provide reliable indices to track changes in population size of mountain-dwelling red deer Cervus elaphus
L Corlatti, A Gugiatti, L Pedrotti
Wildlife Biology 22 (6), 268-276, 2016
142016
Contrasting alternative hypotheses to explain rut‐induced hypophagia in territorial male chamois
L Corlatti, B Bassano
Ethology 120 (1), 32-41, 2014
142014
Climatic cues and glucocorticoids in a free-ranging riparian population of red deer (Cervus elaphus)
L Corlatti, R Palme, F Frey-Roos, K Hacklšnder
Folia Zoologica 60 (2), 176-180, 2011
142011
Hybridisation in European ungulates: an overview of the current status, causes, and consequences
L Iacolina, L Corlatti, E Buzan, T Safner, N Šprem
Mammal review 49 (1), 45-59, 2019
132019
The use of block counts, mark-resight and distance sampling to estimate population size of a mountain-dwelling ungulate
L Corlatti, L Fattorini, L Nelli
Population ecology 57 (2), 409-419, 2015
132015
The role of weather and density dependence on population dynamics of Alpine‐dwelling red deer
A Bonardi, L Corlatti, N Bragalanti, L Pedrotti
Integrative Zoology 12 (1), 61-76, 2017
122017
Horn growth patterns in Alpine chamois
L Corlatti, A Gugiatti, S Imperio
Zoology 118 (3), 213-219, 2015
112015
Ant assemblages change with increasing dominance of an exotic pasture grass in a tropical savanna woodland
AS Kutt, A Fisher
Ecological Management & Restoration 11 (1), 67-69, 2010
112010
Preliminary analysis of reproductive success in a large mammal with alternative mating tactics, the Northern chamois, Rupicapra rupicapra
L Corlatti, B Bassano, R PolŠkovŠ, L Fattorini, MC Pagliarella, S Lovari
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116 (1), 117-123, 2015
102015
Does selection on horn length of males and females differ in protected and hunted populations of a weakly dimorphic ungulate?
L Corlatti, I Storch, F Filli, P Anderwald
Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), 3713-3723, 2017
92017
Sex-age structure of a chamois Rupicapra rupicapra rupicapra (Linneaus, 1758) population in the Italian Alps
L Corlatti
Il naturalista Valtellinese-Atti Mus. civ. Stor. nat. Morbegno 18, 81-100, 2007
82007
Fecal cortisol metabolites under anonymized sampling: robust estimates despite significant individual heterogeneity
L Corlatti
Ecological Indicators 95, 775-780, 2018
62018
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