Quite rare it is typical of the Neapolitan. (see Mountain)
Mountain is absolutely Panitalian, Montagnoli has various stocks, in the Varese area, in the area that includes the Brescia area, Verona and Mantua, and in the central area that includes the Ancona, Perugia, Terni, Viterbo and Rome, Montagnolo , very rare, has a small lineage between Paduan and Rovigoto, one in the Terni area and one in the Lecce area, Montana is typically Sicilian, in particular from the Agrigento area, Montanari is northern, with a large prevalence in Emilia, Montanaro is more specifically southern, with a prevalence in Apulia, Montani seems to have two stocks, one in Lombardy and one between Umbria and Lazio, Montanini is Emilian, Montanino is typically from Campania, especially from the Caertano and Neapolitan regions, Montano is very common in Campania and Basilicata with a stock also in Rome and in Palermo, Monte is a patchwork of leopard in all of Italy, has stocks in the Palermo, Salento and Bari areas, in the Caserta area and in the Foggia area, Monti is widespread throughout Italy, with a great prevalence in Lombardy, Emilia, Piedmont and the Apennine Tuscany, but it also has stocks in Lazio and Campania, Monticelli is located almost everywhere and no particular strains are identified, Montin is decidedly Venetian, of Santa Maria di Sala in the Venetian dialect and of the Paduan, of Piombino Dese, Monselice, Pernimia, Lendinara, Tribano and Este.
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