Theriologia Ukrainica
(former Proceedings of the Theriological School)

ISSN 2616-7379 (print) ISSN 2617-1120 (online)

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download pdfNakonechnyi, I. On the monograph by A. Volokh Mammals Hunted in Steppe Ukraine. Theriologia Ukrainica. 2019. Vol. 17: 146-147.



On the monograph by A. Volokh Mammals Hunted in Steppe Ukraine


Nakonechnyi, I.


V. O. Sukhomlinsky Mykolaiv National University (Mykolaiv, Ukraine)


Theriologia Ukrainica. 2019. Vol. 17: 146-147.




Ukrainian, with English extended summary, titles of tables, captures to figs, and references


Brief description of the content and significance of the monograph by Prof. Anatoliy Volokh about game mammals of the south of Ukraine. The bo ok is published in two parts: part 1 was published in 2014 at 412 pages, part 2 in 2015 at 201 pages. Books are publisher under review by Prof. I. Emelyanov and Prof. E. Pysanets. In ht first volume (chapters 16), detailed analysis of habitats, fauna, dynamics of ranges, biotopes and shelters, reproduction and age-sex structure, mortality and diseases are presented. In volume 2 (chapter 711) the following data are presented: morphological characteristics of mammals, number dynamics of hunted mammals, social organization of ungulate populations, management of resources and conservation of mammals.


game mammals, fauna dynamics, steppe zone, history of research, Ukraine.



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