Viktoria Angerer

Viktoria Angerer

Project Staff

Hellbrunnerstraße 34, 5020 Salzburg

Tel.: +43(0)662 8044 5604


Room: D-2.002


Research interest

My research interest is mainly in biocoenosis, symbiotic communities between animals and plants. I find it important to never lose sight of the big picture and to be able to understand and assess the relationships between complex interactions. Currently, my research is subject to the processing of the project “Aushagerung durch Vornutzung: Auswirkungen auf Flora und Fauna ausgewählter FFH Grünlandtypen”.

Curriculum vitae:
Employment history

  • 2015 – 2017, 2020: Assistant in the veterinary practice “Pferdepraxis Wallernhof”, Internship several times a year, in Hainfeld, Assistance and collaboration in the practice’s own blood laboratory
  • 2016 – 2021: employment in the parental businesses:
    • Organic agriculture Riesergut, animal health and quality assurance as well as harvesting
    • Turnery Angerer, controlling, logistics, administration, woodworking, wood surface processing, product testing


  • 2016 – 2021: BSc degree at the Paris Lodron University Salzburg. Focus: Ecology and Evolution. Thesis: “The relevance of transitional habitats for biodiversity using the example of Parnassius mnemosyne
  • 2017: hunting examination according to Salzburg hunting law at the Stegenwald Hunting Center, Tenneck



Habel JC, Angerer V, Gros P, Teucher M, Eberle J (2022) The relevance of transition habitats for butterfly conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 31:1577–1590.