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The state of the art of biospeleology in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union: a review of the cave (endogean) invertebrate fauna. 1. Introduction—crustacea
At least 308 species or subspecies of stygo- or troglobionts and at least 735 species or subspecies of mostly presumed stygo- or troglophiles representing 17 phyla, 38 classes, 90 orders, and 278Expand
From the depths: Heterocaucaseuma deprofundum sp. nov., the world's deepest-occurring millipede (Diplopoda, Chordeumatida, Anthroleucosomatidae) from caves in the western Caucasus.
We describe a new anthroleucosomatid millipede, Heterocaucaseuma deprofundum sp. nov., found in the second and third deepest caves of our planet, Krubera-Voronja and Sarma, in Abkhazia, westernExpand
Cryptobenthic Fauna of the Mussel Farm’s Collectors
In this study, cryptobenthic communities of fishes and decapod in underwater caves of Tarkhankut peninsula, underwater caves of southwestern Crimea and mussel's farm in Sebastopol were described.Expand
The state of the art of biospeleology in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union: A review of the cave (endogean) invertebrate fauna. 3. References
The State of the Art of Biospeleology in Russia and Other Countries of the Former Soviet Union: a Review of the Cave (Endogean) Invertebrate Fauna. 3. References I. S. Turbanov, D. M. Palatov, and S.Expand
Free-living heterotrophic flagellates from bays of Sevastopol (the Black Sea littoral)
Species composition and morphology of heterotrophic flagellates in littoral and supralittoral zones of the Black Sea (southwestern part of the Crimea) were studied in September 2017. A total of 77Expand
The cave millipede Trachysphaera fragilis Golovatch, 1976, new to the fauna of Abkhazia, western Caucasus (Diplopoda: Glomerida: Glomeridae)
1 The Severtsov Institute for Problems of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 119071, Russia. E-mail: sgolovatch@yandex.ru Институт проблем экологии и эволюции РАН, ЛенинскийExpand
A new cavernicolous species of the millipede genus Typhloglomeris Verhoeff, 1898 from western Georgia, Caucasus (Diplopoda: Glomerida: Glomeridellidae)
1 Institute for Problems of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences, Leninsky prosp., 33, Moscow 119071, Russia. E-mail: sgolovatch@yandex.ru 1 Институт проблем экологии и эволюции РАН,Expand
Flourishing in subterranean ecosystems: Euro-Mediterranean Plusiocampinae and tachycampoids (Diplura, Campodeidae)
Diplura is a group of entognathous hexapods, often considered a sister group to insects. They play an important role in recycling organic matter in soil and subterranean terrestrial ecosystems. TheExpand
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