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001-es BibID:BIBFORM048865
Első szerző:Kiss Ádám (biológus, ökológus)
Cím:Two new species and one subspecies of Craniophora Snellen, 1867 (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Acronictinae) from China / Kiss Ádám, Gyulai Peter
ISSN:1313-2989 1313-2970
Megjegyzések:Three Craniophora taxa from China, C.fujianensis Kiss and Gyulai, sp. n., C. fujianensis hainanensis Kiss and Gyulai, ssp. n. and C. sichuanensis Kiss, Gyulai and Saldaitis, sp. n., are newly described. Adult habitus and male genitalia are illustrated and compared with those of C. harmandi (Poujade) and C. praeclara (Graeser). Females of the new taxa are unknown.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
New taxa
Megjelenés:ZooKeys 353 (2013), p. 61-70. -
További szerzők:Gyulai Péter
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM112686
Első szerző:Nagy András Attila
Cím:Distribution and diversity of fishes and lampreys in Transylvania (Romania): a complete survey and suggestions for new protected areas / Nagy, András Attila; Erős, Nándor; Imecs, István; Bóné, Gábor; Fülöp, Attila; Pap, Péter László
ISSN:1313-2989 1313-2970
Megjegyzések:Freshwater fishes are in a serious state of decline across the world, making them one of the most threatened groups of vertebrates. The Danube River catchment area in Europe holds the richest freshwater fish community, but our knowledge of the current distribution of these species is limited. Transylvania, the largest region of Romania, is one of the important tributaries of the Danube, from where 77 fish and two lamprey species were recorded until now. Despite this large diversity of freshwater fishes, there is a lack of systematic survey of the fish fauna in this region for the past 50 years. In this study, we present data on the occurrence and distribution of fishes and lampreys collected in Transylvania from 2007 to 2022. This data covers 43% of Romania's surface and includes all major rivers from Transylvania. 65 species of fish and three species of lampreys are recorded, and an additional nine fish species are also reported based on information from competent people. Of the 77 fish and lamprey species recorded 19 (24.7%) are non-native, although their relative abundance was low (5.1%) compared to other similar regions in Europe. The first records of Eudontomyzon mariae, Neogobius melanostomus, Piaractus brachypomus, Pygocentrus nattereri, and Salvelinus alpinus in Transylvanian rivers are presented, as well as the first record of Cobitis elongata outside the Nera River basin (from the Cara? River) and the detection of three new populations of the vulnerable Umbra krameri. Data on changes in distribution that have occurred since the last comprehensive survey 50 years ago are also provided and the importance of our results in conservation planning are discussed, including the designation of new protected areas for freshwater bodies and the compilation of the Romanian Red List of fishes.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
fish distribution
freshwater ichthyofauna
Natura 2000
non-native species
Megjelenés:ZooKeys. - 1166 (2023), p. 351-373. -
További szerzők:Erős Nándor Imecs István Bóné Gábor Máté (PhD hallgató) Fülöp Attila (1987-) (biológus) Pap Péter László (ökológus)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM056383
Első szerző:Vilisics Ferenc
Cím:Occurrence and assemblage composition of millipedes (Myriapoda, Diplopoda) and terrestrial isopods (Crustacea, Isopoda, Oniscidea) in urban areas of Switzerland / Ferenc Vilisics, Dávid Bogyó, Thomas Sattler, Marco Moretti
ISSN:1313-2989 1313-2970
Megjegyzések:Terrestrial isopods and millipedes, members of the invertebrate macro-decomposer guild, were collected through pitfall traps in three Swiss cities (Zurich, Lucerne, Lugano). A total of 7,198 individuals of 17 isopod species (7093 ind.), and 10 millipede species (105 ind.) were captured. Besides the Alpine endemic isopod (Trichoniscus alemannicus) and millipede (Cylindroiulus verhoeffi), urban assemblages were mainly composed of widespread, native European and even cosmopolitan species, which are frequent in anthropogenic areas. Overall species richness (isopods and millipedes combined) was similar in Zurich (17 species) and Lucerne (16), while only 13 species were sampled in Lugano. According to the Sr̮ensen index of similarity, species composition of Zurich and Lucerne were more alike, while the one of Lugano was more distinct from the other two cities. Tis result can be explained by the spatial proximity of Zurich and Lucerne in the north of the Alps compared to Lugano, which is located more distantly and in the south of the Alps. Dominant isopods and millipedes in Zurich and Lucerne were found to be widespread synanthropic species in temperate Europe (Porcellio scaber, Trachelipus rathkii and Ophyiulus pilosus) while the dominant isopod in Lugano (Trachelipus razzautii) is a species with a north-eastern Mediterranean distribution. Our study reveals that the urban millipede and isopod fauna in Swiss cities mainly consists of widespread species, but species of narrower distribution (e.g. T. alemannicus, C. verhoeffi) may also find suitable habitats in cities. Despite some signs of biotic homogenization, our study also found compositional diferences of millipede and isopod assemblages between northern and southern cities that suggest geographical efects of the regional species pool.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Környezettudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
urban biodiversity
Megjelenés:ZooKeys. - 176 (2012), p. 199-214. -
További szerzők:Bogyó Dávid (1980-) (biológus-ökológus) Sattler, Thomas Moretti, Marco
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