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- Yermolaeva, N.I.; Kirillov, V.V.
- Russian journal of biological invasions 2018 v.9 no.1 pp. 38-43
- Brachionidae; coal; ecological invasion; eggs; rivers; waterfowl; Siberia
- ... The paper presents materials about the first record of the tropical rotifera Keratella tropica (Apstein, 1907) in Western Siberia. This rotifer was first recorded in the Krivoi Uskat River, Kemerovo oblast, in July, 2016. This river is a recipient of mine water from an open cast coal mine. The most likely way of rotifer dispersal is a transfer of meromictic eggs by waterfowl. ...
- Pashenova, N.V.; Kononov, A.V.; Ustyantsev, K.V.; Blinov, A.G.; Pertsovaya, A.A.; Baranchikov, Yu.N.
- Russian journal of biological invasions 2018 v.9 no.1 pp. 63-74
- Abies sibirica; Curculionidae; Grosmannia; Larix sibirica; Leptographium; Monochamus urussovii; Ophiostoma; Picea obovata; Pinus sibirica; Pinus sylvestris; Polygraphus; aggression; bark beetles; ecological invasion; fungi; habitats; mycobiota; necrosis; phloem; stems; Siberia
- ... The study is aimed at investigation of ophiostomatoid fungi, associated with the four-eyed fir bark beetle (Polygraphus proximus Blandford, Coleoptera, Curculionidae)—an invasive pest of Siberian fir Abies sibirica. In the Russian Far East, eight fungal species are associated with this bark beetle. All of these fungi (except Leptographium taigense and Grosmannia europhioides) were brought by P. pr ...