Danilo Russo works as an Animal Ecologist and his scientific interests cover habitat selection, resource partitioning, sensory ecology, communication, species response to land use change, and conservation biology. Although a bat specialist, his work has focused on other taxa as well, and recently focuses on habitat preferences by threatened long-horned beetles. After obtaining a Ph.D. degree from the School of Biological Sciences of Bristol University, he moved to Naples University Federico II, where he currently holds a postdoctoral position at the Applied Ecology Laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture; he teaches conservation biology and reserve management there, Zoology at University of Salerno, Italy, and applied zoology at the Seconda Università di Napoli, Italy. He is also an Honorary Member of Bristol University, UK.
Biography Updated on 26 October 2010