Biotope Rasner Moser - South Tyrol

Biotope Rasner Moser - South Tyrol

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Type of protected area - Where it is located

Typology: Biotope; D.P.G.P. March 18, 1975 n. 20
Region: Trentino-Alto Adige
Province: Bolzano

The Rasner Möser Biotope occupies an area of ​​25 hectares, around 1100 meters above sea level, in the Municipality of Rasun Anterselva.

Biotope Rasner Möser (photo


The Rasner Möser biotope originated from the burial of a lake in the Anterselva valley. It presents the transition stages of alpine peat bogs, riparian woods, spruce forests and wet meadows.

Biotopes in South Tyrol

In South Tyrol a series of natural or naturalistic environments are protected in the form of biotopes, often also the product of man's creation or transformation. In fact, effective protection of rare or threatened animal and plant species takes place only thanks to the conservation of their natural habitats. Wetlands, still intact natural streams, ponds, peat bogs, arid meadows and riparian woods are increasingly rare. They constitute the vital habitat of singular typologies of flora and fauna.
The biotopes currently under protection in the Province of Bolzano are 175, and occupy a total area of ​​2,503 hectares, equal to approximately 0.35% of the provincial territory.

Information for the visit

Autonomous Province of Bolzano
Landscape Ecology Office
Palazzo 11, via Renon 4
39100 Bolzano

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