Fauna of Eastern Ukraine
the Theriological School, volume 7
The issue is devoted to research on wild mammals of Eastern
Ukraine, both on protected territories and in the region
in general. The basis of this edition was made by printed
and handwritten materials, prepared by the known Ukrainian theriologist
Alexander Kondratenko (1975–2004), who studied research history, modern state of fauna, mammalian distribution
and ecology. The volume contains 8 new articles by A. Kondratenko.
Publications are grouped into 6 sections: research history and fauna surveys, analysis of fauna composition, analysis
of communities, fauna protection, investigations of colleagues,
reminiscences, and chronicles, in total 53 papers.
Back to the Contents
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)
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"To follow the paths of Alexander Kondratenko
(photoinsets in issue: 16 pages, 32 photoes).
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Zagorodniuk I. History of one man. — P. 7. >>>
pdf (122 kb) — title, contents, preface
1. Research history and fauna survey
Kondratenko O. History of investigations
of small mammal fauna in the region of Donets-Don and
the Donets-Azov steppes. — Ñ. 8–17. >>>
pdf (133 kb)
Kondratenko O., Borovyk Ye. Theriological investigations
in the Natural Reserve "Striltsivsky steppe".
— P. 18–23. >>>
pdf (87 kb)
Kondratenko O. Theriological investigations in the reserve
"Provalsky steppe". P. 24–28. >>>
pdf (74 kb)
Limansky S., Kondratenko O. Modern state of the mammal
fauna of the natural reserve "Kreydiana flora".
— P. 29–32. >>>
pdf (65 kb)
Timoshenkov V., Kondratenko O. Study of mammal fauna in
natural reserve “Khomutovsky steppe”. — P. 33–37. >>>
pdf (78 kb)
Kondratenko O. Bat fauna of the Luhansk province. — P.
pdf (65 kb)
Kondratenko O., Kolesnikov M., Solovjeva T. Modern state
of bat fauna in the Luhansky reserve. — P. 42–48. >>>
pdf (87 kb)
Kolesnikov M., Kondratenko O. History of investigation
of carnivores In the Donetsk-Don and Donetsk-Azov steppes.
— P. 49–54. >>>
pdf (85 kb)
Kolesnikov M., Kondratenko O. Current state of populations
of rare species of carnivore mammals of family Mustelidae
in the south-eastern part of Ukraine. — Ñ. 55–62. >>>
pdf (167 kb)
2. Analysis of fauna composition of the Donets region
The mound-building mouse, Mus spicilegus
(Mammalia, Rodentia) in eastern regions of Ukraine.
— Kondratenko A. V. — P. 63–66. >>>
pdf (99 kb)
Zagorodniuk I., Kondratenko O. Sicista severtzovi
and its relatives in rodent fauna of Ukraine: cytogenetic
and biogeographical analysis. — P. 67–74. >>>
pdf (259 kb)
Kuznetsov V., Kondratenko O. Small mammal fauna of reserved
territories of the Luhansk province after results of the
birds of pray pellets analysis. — P. 75–76. >>>
pdf (45 kb)
Kondratenko O., Kuznetsov V., Timoshenkov V. Peculiarities
of diet of the long-eared owl (Asio otus) in
the Donets-and-Don and Azov steppes. — P. 77–79. >>>
pdf (60 kb)
Kondratenko O., Tovpinets M. Mammals in the diet of owls
from the Donetsk-Don and Donetsk-Azov steppes. — P. 80–83.
pdf (65 kb)
Vetrov V., Kondratenko O. Feeding of the eagle owl, Bubo
bubo, in Lugansk region (Eastern Ukraine). — P. 84–91.
pdf (100 kb)
Kondratenko O., Kuznetsov V., Zolotukhina S. Cricetulus
migratorius, Lagurus lagurus and Ellobius talpinus
(Rodentia, Mammalia) in the Donetsk-and-Don and Donetsk-and-Azov
steppes. — P. 92–97. >>>
pdf (83 kb)
Kondratenko O., Pilipenko D., Dyakov V. The peculiarities
of the European mole’s distribution in the middle part
of the Siversky Donets valley. — P. 98–102. >>>
pdf (176 kb)
Mammalogical notes under autority of O. Kondratenko. —
P. 103–113. >>>
pdf (171 kb)
3. Analysis of mammalian communities
Kondratenko O., Foroschuk V. The account
of fine mammal and other groups of animals flutes catches
with the purpose of studying their communities. — P. 114–116.
pdf (57 kb)
Kondratenko O., Petrushenko Ya., Godlevska O. Results
of investigation of bat fauna (Chiroptera, Mammalia) in
middle flow of Siversky Donets valley as aspect of creation
of new objects of the natural reserve fund. — P. 117–119.
pdf (56 kb)
Kondratenko O., Zagorodniuk I. Small mammal’s fauna of
reserved territories of Eastern Ukraine based on results
of census using traps and pitfalls. — P. 120–135. >>>
pdf (212 kb)
Naglov V., Kuznetsov V., Kondratenko A. About relation
of aetiological pattern of feral herds of leptospirosis
with pattern of floodplain communities of small mammals.
— P. 136–138. >>>
pdf (58 kb)
Zagorodniuk I., Kondratenko O. Biotope differentiation
of species as a basis for existence of high level of species
diversity of the local fauna. — P. 139–148. >>>
pdf (122 kb)
Kondratenko O., Zagorodniuk I. Composition and pattern
of similarity of small mammal faunas from the reserved
sites of eastern part of Ukraine. — P. 149–155. >>>
pdf (389 kb)
Naglov V., Kondratenko A., Kuznetsov V. Small mammal communities
of river floodplains in Eastern Ukraine. — P. 156–166.
pdf (157 kb)
Kondratenko O., Zagorodniuk I. Zonal faunal communities
of small mammals in the eastern Ukraine and their historical
changes. — P. 167–173. >>>
pdf (361 kb)
4. Problems of mammal fauna protection
Zagorodniuk I., Kondratenko O., Borovyk
E. Species of Insectivores as candidates to Bern’s annexes.
Long-eared hedgehog (Hemiechinus auritus). —
P. 174–176. >>>
pdf (58 kb)
Kondratenko O., Zagorodniuk I. Steppe rodents as candidates
to annexes of Bern Convention. — P. 177–182. >>>
pdf (79 kb)
Zagorodniuk I., Kondratenko O. Allospecies of the “Bern”
species of rodents. — P. 183–188. >>>
pdf (95 kb)
Zagorodniuk I., Kondratenko O. Russian Desman in the Donets
Basin: state of lands, factors of extinction and prospects
of reha-bilitation of populations. — P. 189–201. >>>
pdf (204 kb)
Godlevska E., Kondratenko O. Death of bats in window-traps.
— P. 202–203.
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Kondratenko O., Zagorodniuk I., Tovpinets M. Sketches
about rare species of steppe mammals for new edition of
the Red Data Book of Ukraine. — P. 204–210. >>>
pdf (95 kb)
Zagorodniuk I., Kondratenko O. Modern distribution and
state of populations of susliks (Spermophilus)
in the East of Ukraine. — P. 211–214. >>>
pdf (354 kb)
Timoshenkov V., Kondratenko O. Methods of revelation of
rare animal species and strategy of their preservation
in modern condi-tions. — — P. 215–216. >>>
pdf (48 kb)
5. More in articles of colleagues
Zagorodniuk I. Mammals of eastern provinces
of Ukraine: composition and historical changes of the
fauna. — P. 217–259. >>>
pdf (835 kb)
Atamas N., Tovpinets M. Mammals in diet of birds of pray
in Luhansk province: general review of data. — P. 260–267.
>>> pdf (102 kb)
Reznik O. Observations of birds of prey in the Luhansk
province and problems of faunal communities protection.
— P. 268–275. >>>
pdf (105 kb)
Korobchenko M. Ecology of feral herd infections with participation
of mammals in the Luhansk province. — P. 276–290. >>>
pdf (304 kb)
Naglov V., Zagorodniuk I. Statistical analysis of species
biotope preference and community pattern. — P. 291–300.
pdf (163 kb)
Melnychenko B., Pylypenko D. Mammal and bird fauna of
the Federivsky forest massive. — P. 301–308. >>>
pdf (97 kb)
6. Memories about Alexander Kondratenko >>>
pdf (248 kb)
Kondratenko L. My son. — P. 309–311.
Dykyy I. The Lord of the Steppe. — P. 312–316.
Zaytseva A. Sun. — P. 317.
Zizda Ju. Crimean and Boog meetings. — P. 318–319.
Timoshenkov V. Thanck you, Sasha! — P. 320–321.
Dushinova L. Cathedral meetings. — P. 322–323.
Erokhina N. Can organize everybody and everything. — P.
Foroschuk P. To survive all, except death. — P. 325.
Foroschuk V. Associates. — P. 326–329.
Zagorodniuk I. Professional. — P. 330–334.
7. Chronicles and information
Zahorodniuk I., Godlevska O. Bibliography
of schientific articles by Olexandr Kondratenko. — P.
pdf (77 kb)
Prykhodko O., Reznik O. Memorial events and editions deal
with Olexandr Kondratenko. — P. 340–343. >>>
pdf (91 kb)
Zizda Ju., Dulitsky A., Prykhodko O. XII Theriological
school-seminar "Synanthropy of mammals and fauna
of urboecosystems". — P. 344–347. >>>
pdf (93 kb)
Authors of current issue of the "Proceedings of Theriological
school". — P. 348–349. >>>
pdf (63 kb)
Acknowledgements. — P. 350. (>>> see previous
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