The LIFE GoProFor analysis of LIFE projects and the good practices (GPs) extraction and description started on January 2019. To date, 100 good practises are already inserted in the database: 79 of them are derived from Italian LIFE projects, while 21 from projects developed in other European countries (15 GPs from French projects, 4 from Greece, 1 from Spain and 1 from Slovenia).
At the moment there are 3 good practices deriving from our LIFE Wetflyamphibia which are part of this important LIFE project that aims to "distil" the good forest management practices from LIFE projects selected at European level:
- Ex-situ reproduction protocol of the Apennine yellow-bellied toad (Bombina pachypus) and restocking of the species in suitable sites
- Egg translocation techniques for restocking of northern spectacled salamander (Salamandrina perspicillata)
- Techniques for creating wetlands for forest amphibians: Bombina pachypus and Triturus carnifex