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Conferenza Stampa Life StopVespa e Regione Liguria

Conferenza Stampa Life StopVespa e Regione Liguria

Una strategia di controllo per la Vespa velutina, un radar per il tracciamento del volo dei calabroni, oltre 2.100 nidi individuati e rimossi in Liguria, 76 milioni di api salvate, sono alcuni dei risultati che saranno presentati dallo staff di LIFE STOPVESPA durante la Conferenza Stampa del 19 luglio 2019 (ore 11:30), presso la Sala Trasparenza della Regione Liguria, in Piazza De Ferrari 1 (Genova).
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LIFE STOPVESPA Layman’s report: sintesi di quattro anni di attività contro la Vespa velutina

LIFE STOPVESPA Layman’s report: sintesi di quattro anni di attività contro la Vespa velutina

A luglio 2019, dopo 4 anni di lavori, si conclude il progetto europeo LIFE STOPVESPA (LIFE14 NAT/IT/001128 STOPVESPA “Spatial containment of Vespa velutina in Italy and establishment of an Early Warning and Rapid Response System”), finanziato dallo strumento LIFE della Commissione Europea. Tutte le attività sviluppate dal 2015 ad oggi e i principali risultati raggiunti dal progetto sono riassunti nel Layman’s report, disponibile in allegato.
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“Vespa velutina and other invasive invertebrates species: 3 days of meetings and exchange on the Asian hornet.

“Vespa velutina and other invasive invertebrates species: 3 days of meetings and exchange on the Asian hornet.

The event “Vespa velutina and other invasive invertebrates species”, organized by the COLOSS Velutina Task Force and by the LIFE STOPVESPA project, has been held in Turin from the 21st to the 23rd of March. The event allowed to share the knowledge about the presence of Vespa velutina in Europe and to present the results obtained by the LIFE STOPVESPA Project during four years of activity in Italy.
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Save the date: “Vespa velutina and other invasive invertebrates species”, three days of conferences and meetings dedicated to the Asian hornet

Save the date: “Vespa velutina and other invasive invertebrates species”, three days of conferences and meetings dedicated to the Asian hornet

“Vespa velutina and other invasive invertebrates species” is the event organized by the LIFE STOPVESPA Project and the Velutina Task Force of COLOSS that will be held in Turin (Italy) the 21, 22 and 23 of March 2019. The 21st of March the programme foresee the COLOSS Velutina Task Force Meeting reserved to members of the COLOSS Association.
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Vespa velutina has landed at Geo&Geo

Vespa velutina has landed at Geo&Geo

The Geo&Geo edition of last Monday (1st October 2018) provided the occasion to bring the Asian hornet to the attention of a large audience. During the TV-programme Prof. Marco Porporato, leader of the European project LIFE STOPVESPA, briefly described the main morphologic characteristics of this species, the colonized areas, the spread modalities and the level of aggressivity.
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Vespa velutina and possible misidentifications

Vespa velutina and possible misidentifications

During the last months we received some records about insects misidentified that were confused with Vespa velutina. In Italy, there are 23 species of social wasps and a wide variety of other insects species. Often their colours and fling behaviours could trick an unexperienced observer. One of the most common case of misidentification is linked to Megascolia maculata flavifrons (Fabricius, 1775) (photo).
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A new technology is helping to save honey bees: the harmonic radar to detect Vespa velutina’s nests

A new technology is helping to save honey bees: the harmonic radar to detect Vespa velutina’s nests

One of the aims of the LIFE STOPVESPA Project is the development of a new technology for the control of Vespa velutina populations: the harmonic radar, which allows tracking yellow-legged hornets and detecting their nests. Once discovered, nests are removed before new founder queens could emerge. The aim of the LIFE STOPVESPA Project is to provide an innovative technology that will be particularly useful in new invasion’s outbreaks or beyond the colonized front,
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