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Theriologia Ukrainica 16 (2018)

Research on Bats

 Resume. This volume is the fist one entitled with new name Theriologica Ukrainica (East-European Journal of Mammalogy) for the Proceedings of the Theriological School (1998-2017). The specifics of Volume 16 is the significant number of articles on bats, which is due to the recent celebration in Europe of the 25th anniversary of EUROBATs, the Agreement on protection of bat populations in Europe.(4.12.1991). The volume consists of 26 articles on 180 pages. It was recommended for publishing by the Academic Board of the National Museum of Natural History, NAS of Ukraine on 28 December 2017. The volume will be printed in June 2018. Thematic volumes will not be published anymore under the new title of the journal.


 

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pages of volumes

volume 16 (2018)
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)

 

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Theriologia Ukrainica. Kyiv, 2018. Vol. 16. 180 p. ISSN 2616-7379


 

Contents

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Fauna and Systematics  
   
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1945
4668
6974
   

Mammals in Protected Areas

 

   
7578
7984
8590
   
Mammals in Anthropogenic Environment  
   
9199
100106
Parkhomenko, V. Bats of the South of Sumy region: materials to fauna
107118
119123
   

Fauna Changes and Monitoring

 

   
124127
128130
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135141
   

Records of Rare Species

 

   
Bashta, A.-T., Ivashkiv, I., Krokhmal, A. New records of Myotis alcathoe in Ukraine
142144
145148
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152153
154155
156157
   

History of Research

 

   
158163
164173
   
Chronicles and Information  
   
174177
178180

 


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