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Proceedings of the Theriological School. Volume 13

Mammalogy Research

 The volume deals with current research of mammals mainly of the fauna of Ukraine. In total, there are 21 contributions in this issue (19 articles and 2 reports about current workshops), grouped into 7 sections: Fauna and Systematics (3), Research on Rare Species (4), Species Dynamics (3), Mammalianl Ecology (4), Fauna Protection(2), History of Science (1), Chronicles (2), and Information (2). Among them, there is an exstended review on publications of the Ukrainian Theriological Society and analysis of the history of the Proceedings of the Theriological School. Since current issue, our magazine regularly publishes articles in English: in this volume, there are three such publications.


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volume 16 (2017)
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)




Proceedings of the Theriological School. 2015. Vol. 13. 156 p. ISSN 23122749.
. 2015. 13. 156 . ISSN 23122749.


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Fauna and Systematics

Barkasi, Z. Muroid Rodents of the Lowland Part of Transcarpathia: State of Populations and Morphophysiology
Godlevska, L. Results of the Work of the Kyiv Bat Contact-Centre in 20122015
Evstafiev, I. Results of a 30-Years-Long Investigation of Small Mammals in Crimea. Part 1. Introduction, Fauna Composition, Ranges



Research on Rare Species


Rozhenko, M. Population Dynamics and Distribution of the European Mink (Mustela lutreola) in the Lower Dnister Region in 20092014
Sirenko, V., Sirenko, N., Podpriatov, O., Sirenko, . State of the Marbled Polecat (Vormela peregusna) Population in Southeastern Ukraine
Skorobogatov, E., Atemasov, A., Banik, M. The Eurasian Otter (Lutra lutra) in Water Bodies of the Forest-Steppe and Steppe Zones of Northeastern Ukraine
Timoshenkov, V., Bronskov, A. The Great Jerboa (Allactaga major) in the North Azov Region (Ukraine): Distribution and Abundance



Species Dynamics


Goldin, P., Gladilina, E., Startsev, D. The Latest Dated Historical Record of the Wildcat (Felis silvestris) from Crimea
Koval, N. The Beavers (Castor fiber L.) Appearance in the Uzhanskyi National Park And Perspectives of Emergence of its Mountain Populations in Zakarpattia
Redinov, K. Emergence of a New Golden Jackal (Canis aureus) Population in the South of the Mykolaiv Oblast

Mammalian Ecology


Brusentsova, N. Determination of Family Territory borders in the European Badger (Meles meles) by GIS
Zagorodniuk, I. Geographical Variability of the Coat Coloration in the Weasel (Mustela nivalis) in Ukraine: Taxonomy or Climate?
Zorya, O. Small Rodents as the Main Transmitting Vectors of the Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome in the Kharkiv Oblast
Skubak, E. The Structure of Micromammal Communities in the Holy Mountains National Park

Fauna Protection


Bilak, B. Domestic Animals as Basis of Formation of the Carpathian Landscape: the Carpathian Buffalo and the Hutsulian Horse
Parnikoza, . Passive Protection of the Mammalian Fauna in Frames of Existing Conceptions on Nature Conservation Territories
History of Science


Zagorodniuk, I. Publications of the Ukrainian Theriological Society and Development of the Proceedings of the Theriological School
Iliukhin, Yu. In Memory of Volodymyr Kryvolapov (19512015)
Pyliavsky, B. Memories of the Past: Beginnings of Research Together with Ivan Shnarevych, Fedir Strautman and Ivan Ivanenko


Koval, N., Zagorodniuk, I. Report on the XX Theriological School Taxonomic Diversity of Mammals in Reserved and Natural Areas
Brusentsova, N., Sagaidak, A. Report on the Xղ Theriological School Game and Rare Mammal Fauna: Population Management


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