Nemoral species of Lepidoptera (Insecta) in Siberia: a novel view on their history and the timing of their range disjunctions

  title={Nemoral species of Lepidoptera (Insecta) in Siberia: a novel view on their history and the timing of their range disjunctions},
  author={Vladimir V. Dubatolov and Oleg E. Kosterin},
  journal={Entomologica Fennica},
Species delimitation in the Ponto-Caucasian Viola sieheana complex, based on evidence from allozymes, morphology, ploidy levels, and crossing experiments
Information from allozymes, ploidy levels, morphology, cross-compatibility and biogeography suggests that the easternmost occurrences of the Ponto-Caucasian Viola sieheana should be considered to
Genotyping-by-Sequencing Analysis Shows That Siberian Lindens Are Nested within Tilia cordata Mill
Tilia sibirica and T. nasczokinii are considered to be endemic Siberian linden species. They have very small distributions located hundreds to thousands of kilometers away from other lindens. It is
Host plant shifts and transitions into new adaptive zones in leafhoppers: the example of Macropsinae (Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadellidae) of Russia and adjacent countries.
The modes of diversification of Palaearctic Macropsinae (Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadellidae) are reconstructed based on data on their host plants and distribution in Russia and the adjacent
Basic features of the nemoral curculionid-beetle fauna (Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) from eastern Europe and western Siberia
  • A. Legalov
  • Environmental Science
    Biology Bulletin
  • 2011
There are 132 curculionids associated with deciduous trees in eastern Europe and western Siberia. The weevils and bark beetles make up the basis of the fauna, forming almost 80%. The fauna of oak is
Molecular genetic evidence of a deep phylogenetic discontinuity between the asian and european races of pygmy wood mouse based on the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene variation
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Range of a Palearctic uraniid moth Eversmannia exornata (Lepidoptera: Uraniidae: Epipleminae) was split in the Holocene, as evaluated using histone H1 and COI genes with reference to the Beringian disjunction in the genus Oreta (Lepidoptera: Drepanidae)
Large-scale climatic cycling during the Pleistocene resulted in repeated split and fusion of species ranges in high northern latitudes, and the absence of accumulated difference in both genes and polymorphism for the same synonymous substitution in the H1 gene in all three parts of the range suggests a very recent disjunction which cannot be resolved by coding gene sequences.
Lepidoptera of black taiga in Transbaikalia, East Siberia
Based on the studies conducted in 2012-2020 on the key plots of mixed fir tree woodlands that grow within the Ulan-Burgasy Mountain range, the authors identified a special nemoral group of