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Chorology of mammals & records of rare species

Novitates Theriologicae • Pars 11 • 2020

Bulletin of the Ukrainian Theriological Society, NAS of Ukraine



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Chorology of Mammals and Records of Rare Species
: collection of articles. Compiled and edited by I. Zagorodniuk. Ukrainian Theriological Society and National Museum of Natural History, NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv, 2020. 210 pp. (Novitates Theriologicae; Pars 11).

ISSN 2709-4928 (online)
ISSN 2709-491X (print)
doi: http://doi.org/10.53452/nt11

Summary. The 11th issue of the bulletin Novitates Theriologicae (Theriological News) is devoted to studies, which results are related mainly to unique findings of mammalian species. The latter include a series of findings that indicate changes in the fauna or changes in our knowledge about the fauna, in particular: 1) findings of rare and little-studied species, 2) record localities of alien species, including neozoons, 3) findings of species at the limits of their geographic range and in marginal habitats. The "traditional" sec-tions of the bulletin are also supplemented with valuable materials, particularly on fauna composition, on the study of collections and species ex situ, and chronicles section too. In total, the collection includes 31 studies arranged into five sections.

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Zagorodniuk, I. Faunal research and analysis of fauna changes as one of the key tasks of regional zoological studies (editor’s foreword)






Part 1. Mammal fauna composition



Kyrychenko, V. Mice of the genus Sylvaemus (Rodentia, Muridae) in Mykolaiv Oblast (Ukraine)



Markovska, O. Finds of rare and non-abundant species of small mammals in the territory of Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine



Savarin, A. Findings of little known insectivore species (Lipotyphla) in Belarus: critical analysis and issues of diagnosis



Terletsky, V. Vernacular names of mammals in the village of Libukhova, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine






Part 2. Protected fauna



Artamonov, V., Legky, S. Mammals of the region of the Buzkyi Gard National Park



Dobryvoda, I. New records of rare and non-abundant mammal species in Medobory Nature Reserve and its vicinities



Zagorodniuk, I. Express assessment of a land area for its biotic value and for monitoring of long-term biota changes



Zadorozhna, G., Ganga, D. On the bat fauna of the Dniprо-Orilskiy Nature Reserve



Lazariev, D., Moroz, V., Koroletska, L. Species of herbivore mammals in Striltsivsky Steppe and their environment-forming role for the ecosystems of the nature reserve



Selyunina, Z., Moskalenko, Yu. Small mammals in diet of the barn owl (Tyto alba) in the Black Sea Biosphere Reserve



Tsvelykh, A. Research into the mammal fauna of the Sviatoshynsko-Bilychansky forest within the Holosiivsky National Nature Park






Part 3. Finds and reviews of rare species



Drebet, M. The western barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus) in Podillia: a phase of population growth



Evstafiev, I. L. Chorology of the steppe birch mouse Sicista loriger (Nathusius, 1840) in the Crimean Peninsula



Zagorodniuk, I. Strand’s birch mouse (Sicista strandi) in the fauna of Ukraine: analysis of zoological collections of natural history museums



Iliykhin, Y. The superfamily Dipodoidea in the collection of the Museum of Nature of V. N. Karazin Kharkiv University



Novak, V. O., Novak, V. V. Monitoring of the Cricetus cricetus L. population in the Upper Pobuzhzhia region



Timoshenkov, V. A. Findings of the common hamster (Cricetus cricetus) in Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine



Shevchyk, L. O., Lechachenko, S. A. The European hamster (Cricetus cricetus) in Podillia: description of a new settlement and the finding of a melanistic form






Part 4. Species on the margins of distribution



Barkaszi, Z. The pygmy wood mouse (Sylvaemus uralensis) in the region of the Ukrainian Carpathians



Veselskyi, M. The hamster and ground squirrel (Cricetus cricetus et Spermophilus odessanus) in the north of their range in Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine



Vikyrchak, O. New data on the expansion of the European beaver (Castor fiber) on the left bank of the Middle Dnister



Evstafiev, I. L. Accidental and deliberate movement of animals and pathogens of natural focal infections to new territories



Moroz, V. The European mole (Talpa europaea) in the Siversky Donets region: new data on the species’ distribution in Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine



Omelchenko, Y. The forest dormouse (Dryomys nitedula) in the north of Odessa Oblast: a new find in coastal regions of Ukraine






Part 5. Research of particular species



Volokh A., P. Gorlov, V. Siokhin, I. Polishchuk. Species identification of the greater noctule bat (Nyctalus lasiopterus) by its records with detector



Zagorodniuk, I. A pipistrelle bat on a ship on the Black Sea: facts, hypotheses, and comparisons with mainland specimens of Pipistrellus



Terletsky, V. Findings of overground nests of rodents in the Ukrainian Beskids (upper course of the Dnister)



Torop, S. O. The stone marten (Martes foina) in vicinities of Nikopol, Ukraine






Part 6. Chronicles and information



Zagorodniuk, I. An overview of publications of the Theriological School in professional issues and volumes of the Proceedings of the Theriological School during its "professional" period



Lysenko, V. Why the steppe marmot (Marmota bobak) should not be included into the Red Book of Ukraine



Kharchuk, S. Promotion of the idea of biodiversity protection through the celebration of animal days



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