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Arthropod biodiversity of Italy
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Edited by Enrico Ruzzier, Andrea Di Giulio

The Italian National Recovery and Plan supports the creation of five National Centers dedicated to frontier research related to technological areas consistent with the priorities of the European research agenda and with the contents of the National Research Plan 2021-2027. One of these is the National Biodiversity Future Center (NBFC).

The Vision of NBFC is to promote the sustainable management of Italian biodiversity in order to improve the planet’s health and return beneficial effects, essential for all people. The general mission of the Consortium is to create an extended national network of universities, research centers, associations, and other private and societal stakeholders to take effective and immediate action to halt the loss of biodiversity and the impairment of its delivered ecosystem services while enhancing a sustainable use of biodiversity-derived resources and new job opportunities. In concrete terms, the NBFC aims at addressing interdisciplinary and frontier research and innovation activities devoted to the monitoring, conservation, restoration and valorization of Italian biodiversity.

In the context of the research action promoted by the NBFC, this topical collection aims to favor the production and sharing of knowledge of the extraordinary biodiversity of arthropods present on the Italian territory. The collection welcomes contributions presenting recent advances in the taxonomy, faunistics and ecology of any group of both terrestrial and aquatic arthropods.

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