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Mammals of Ukraine Protected
by the Bern Convention

Proceedings of the Theriological School, Volume 2

english version Summary. The book is devoted to mammals protected in Ukraine in accordance with Bern Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats. The issue includes 38 expert assessments combined in 6 chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the main provisions of the Bern Convention, general characteristics of the mammal fauna of Ukraine, and insectivore mammals. The following four chapters are devoted to bats, carnivores, rodents, and ungulates. The checklist of Ukraine's mammal fauna is given with conservation statuses of species indicated. Additionally, information on mammals experts and authors of reviews are given as well.


 

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pages of volumes

volume 15 (2017)
volume 14 (2016)
volume 13 (2015)
volume 12 (2014)
volume 11 (2012)
volume 10 (2010)
volume 9 (2008)
volume 8 (2006)
volume 7 (2006)
volume 6 (2004)
volume 5 (2002)
volume 4 (2002)
volume 3 (2002)
volume 2 (1999)
volume 1 (1998)

 

 

FOREWORD  (PDF 86 )

BERN CONVENTION AND MAMMALS  (PDF 50 )

PART 1. MAMMALS IN GENERAL, INSECTIVORES

Mammals as vulnerable group of animals  (PDF 83 )
Insectivora species in Bern lists  (PDF 96 )
"Bern" species of Insectivora in the Red Book of Ukraine. Russian desman  (PDF 72 )

PART 2. THE ORDER OF BATS - CHIROPTERA

General characteristic of order Chiroptera  (PDF 97 )
Mediterranean horseshoe bat Rhinolophus euryale  (PDF 89 )
Lesser mouse-eared bat Myotis blythi  (PDF 117 )
Greater mouse eared bat Myotis myotis  (PDF 110 )
Daubenton's bat Myotis daubentoni  (PDF 64 )
Brandt's bat Myotis brandtii  (PDF 98 )
Whiskered bat Myotis mystacinus  (PDF 106 )
Brown long-eared bat Plecotus auritus  (PDF 94 )
Grey long-eared bat Plecotus austriacus  (PDF 105 )
Noctule bat Nyctalus noctula  (PDF 60 )
Nathusius' pipistrelle Pipistrellus nathusii  (PDF 62 )
Parti-coloured bat Vespertilio murinus  (PDF 62 )
Serotine bat Eptesicus serotinus  (PDF 144 )
Northern bat Eptesicus nilssoni  (PDF 104 )
Bern bat species in the Red Book of Ukraine  (PDF 125 )
Bern bat species in the Red Book of Ukraine  (PDF 79 )

PART 3. THE ORDER OF CARNIVORES - CARNIVORA

General characteristic of order Carnivores  (PDF 98 )
Wolf - Canis lupus  (PDF 120 )
Brown bear - Ursus arctos  (PDF 66 )
"Bern" species of Carnivores in the Red Book of Ukraine
"Bern" species of Carnivores in the Red Book of Ukraine  (PDF 75 )

PART 4. THE SUPERORDER OF RODENTS - GLIRES

General characteristic of the superorder  (PDF 97 )
Spermophilus suslicus  (PDF 98 )
Sicista betulina  (PDF 181 )
Cricetus cricetus  (PDF 86 )
Terricola tatricus  (PDF 102 )
"Bern" species of rodents in the Red Book of Ukraine  (PDF 131 )

PART 5. THE SUPERORDER OF UNGULATES - UNGULATA

General characteristic of Ukraine's macroterhiofauna  (PDF 113 )
"Bern" species of cetaceans in the Red Book of Ukraine  (PDF 114 )

PART 6. PROPOSALS TO THE BERN REDLISTS

Insectivora species - candidates to Bern lists  (PDF 70 )
Specifications on bat species in Bern lists  (PDF 76 )
Steppe rodents as cadidates to Bern lists  (PDF 120 )
Allospecies of "bern" rodents  (PDF 107 )
Proposals on Carnivora and Ungulatu in Bern redlists  (PDF 75 )

APPENDIX

Checklist of theriofauna of Ukraine (PDF 157 )
Regulations of the Bern Convention about species' conservation
Experts, contact information  (PDF 53 )
Information about authors

 


Email address of the Editorial Board: mammalia@ukr.net


 

 


 

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