A. Yu. Haritonov

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Based on 31-year field study of the abundance and biomass of 18 species of odonates in the Barabinsk Forest-Steppe (Western Siberia, Russia), we quantified the contribution of odonates to the export of aquatic productivity to surrounding terrestrial landscape. Emergence varied from 0.8 to 4.9g of wet biomass per m2 of land area per year. Average export of(More)
The spatial-temporal distributions of the dragonfly Coenagrion armatum in Lake Fadikha with edging overgrowth in the Barabinsk forest steppe are described. It is discovered that the local population of this species is divided into two biotopical groups. The specimens of one group develop in the water area and do not migrate to the shore after metamorphosis;(More)
The results of observing mass flights of some dragonflies of the genus Sympetrum forming tandems are presented. These tandems always fly against the wind, some of them landing for oviposition and then joining the flight again. This variant of migration behavior has been unexplained until now. A hypothesis is proposed according to which synchronous mass(More)
Long-term monitoring of the abundance and spatial distribution of 18 widespread species of Odonata has made it possible to assess their contribution to the export of aquatic productivity that entered the Barabinsk forest-steppe ecosystem. The annual emergence of Odonata varies from 0.8 to 4.9 g/m2 of the land area and from 2.3 to 13.3 g/m2 of the water(More)
The cyclicity of population dynamics of abundance has been analyzed in sympatric adult populations of three odonate species monitored for long time (1980–2010) in the Lake Chany basin (Western Siberia). The spectra of odonate population dynamics have been constructed for the first time and shown to be species-specific: each species has its own population(More)
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