SCACCO, U. & CONSALVO, I. & DIMUCCIO, S. & TUNESI, L. (2012)
On the by-catch of two porbeagle sharks Lamna nasus in the central Adriatic Sea. Marine Biodiversity Records, 5: e61
DOI: 10.1017/S1755267212000127
SCACCO, U. & LA MESA, G. & VACCHI, M. (2010)
Body morphometrics, swimming diversity and niche in demersal sharks: a comparative case study from the Mediterranean Sea. Scientia Marina, 74 (1): 37–51
BOTTARO, M. & FORTUNA, C.M. & VALLINI, C. & FILIDEI, E. & RUFFINO, M. & DI MUCCIO, S. & CONSALVO, I. & GION, C. & GIOVANARDI, O. & MOSTARDA, E. & TARULLI, E. & SCACCO, U. & MAZZOLA, A. (2009)
A conservation and management chance for elasmobranchs in the italian waters: first results from monitoring of cetacean by-catch in the Adriatic Sea. Abstract. In: Progrtamm and Abstracts, 13th EEA Conference 2009, Palma de Mallorca, Spain (ed.Morey, G. & Yuste, L. and Pons, G.X.): 36
SCACCO, U. & CONSALVO, I. & MOSTARDA, E. (2009)
First documented catch of the giant devil ray Mobula mobular (Chondrichthyes: Mobulidae) in the Adriatic Sea. Marine Biodiversity Records, 2: e93
DOI: 10.1017/S1755267209001110
SCACCO, U. & CONSALVO, I. & MOSTARDA, E. (2008)
First documented catch of the giant devil ray Mobula mobular (Chondrichthyes: Mobulidae) in the Adriatic Sea. JMBA2 – Biodiversity Records
SCACCO, U. & CONSALVO, I. & FORTUNA, C. & MAZZOLA, A. (2008)
Chapter 15: Elasmobranch by-catch in pelagic pair trawl: A preliminary study from Adriatic Sea. In: Fisheries: Management, Economics and Perspectives ISBN 978–1–60692–303–0, Editors: N. F. McManus and D. S. Bellinghouse, pp. © 2008, Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
PSOMADAKIS, P.N. & DALÙ, M. & SCACCO, U. & VACCHI, M. (2008)
A rare batoid fish Gymnura altavela (Chondrichthyes, Gymnuridae) captured in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Marine Biodiversity Records, 1: e6
DOI: 10.1017/S1755267206000662
ROMANELLI, M. & COLASANTE, A. & SCACCO, U. & CONSALVO, I. & FINOIA, M.G. & VACCHI, M. (2007)
Commercial catches, reproduction and feeding habits of Raja asterias (Chondrichthyes: Rajidae) in a coastal area of the Tyrrhenian Sea (Italy, northern Mediterranean) . Acta Adriatica, 48 (1): 57–71
CATALANO, B. & DALÙ, M. & SCACCO, U. & VACCHI, M. (2007)
New biological data on Raja brachyura (Chondrichthyes, Rajidae) from around Asinara Island (NW Sardinia, Western Mediterranean). Italian Journal of Zoology, 74 (1): 55–61
DOI: 10.1080/11250000600831600
CONSALVO, I. & SCACCO, U. & ROMANELLI, M. & VACCHI, M. (2007)
Comparative study on the reproductive biology of Torpedo torpedo (Linnaeus, 1758) and T. marmorata (Risso, 1810) in the central Mediterranean Sea. Scientia Marina, 71 (2): 213–222
GENNARI, E. & SCACCO, U. (2007)
First age and growth estimates in the deep water shark, Etmopterus spinax (Linnaeus, 1758), by deep coned vertebral analysis. Marine Biology, 152 (5): 1207–1214
DOI: 10.1007/s00227-007-0769-y
PSOMADAKIS, P.N. & DALÙ, M. & SCACCO, U. & VACCHI, M. (2006)
A rare batoid fish Gymnura altavela (Chondrichthyes: Gymnuridae) captured in the Tyrrhenian Sea. JMBA2 – Biodiversity Records
PSOMADAKIS, P.N. & SCACCO, U. & VACCHI, M. (2006)
Recent findings of some uncommon fishes from the central Tyrrhenian Sea. Cybium, 30 (4): 297–304
CATALANO, B. & SCACCO, U. & VACCHI, M. (2003)
Note sulla biodiversità dei pesci cartilaginei del parco dell'Asinara. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 10 (2): 655–658
SCACCO, U. & ANDALORO, F. & CAMPAGNUOLO, S. & CASTRIOTA, L. & VACCHI, M. (2002)
Cartilaginous Fishes as a Component of Trawl Discard in Strait of Sicily (Elasmobranch Fisheries - Oral). Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, Serial No. N4708, NAFO SCR Doc. 02/87
SCACCO, U. & LA MESA, G. & DALÙ, M. & VACCHI, M. (2002)
Changes of swimming ability with length in a small benthic elasmobranch Galeus melastomus: a work hypothesis. Proceedings of the 4th European Elasmobranch Association Meeting, Livorno, (Italy) 2000: 127–134
BELLUSCIO, A. & SCACCO, U. & COLLOCA, F. & CARPENTIERI, P. & ARDIZZONE, G.D. (2000)
Strategie alimentari di due specie di selaci di acque profonde, Galeus melastomus (Rafinesque, 1810) e Etmopterus spinax (Linnaeus, 1758), nel Tirreno centrale. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 7 (1): 417–426