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Two new mammals from the Siberian Altai

Ned Hollister

Two new mammals from the Siberian Altai

by Ned Hollister

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Altai Mountains.
    • Subjects:
    • Mammals -- Altai Mountains.

    • Edition Notes

      Publication 2171.

      Statementby N. Hollister.
      SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections,, v. 60, no. 24
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL729 .H74
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p.l., 3 p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6556074M
      LC Control Number13007769
      OCLC/WorldCa4597074

      ). The habitus of the species is shown in Fig. 2. A map of the localities inhabited by this species as is shown in Fig. 3. DISCUSSION According to the provided faunistic list, there are reliable records for five species of two genera (Augyles and Heterocerus) of Heteroceridae from the fauna of the Kemerovo Area. All these species are new. Siberian mammals (bears, lynx, musk deer, and squirrels) and birds (hazel grouse and woodpeckers) frequent the moist coniferous forests. Alpine animal life includes the mountain goat, snow leopard, and mountain ram. People and economy. The Altai proper are settled by Russians and Altaic-speaking peoples such as the Kazakhs.

      The Altai mountains are situated in Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and a small part in China. It is the centre of Eurasia where Siberia and Central Asia comes together, which makes it an unique location with many options and almost no other place is similar to this.. We offer you tours to Russian Altai, which is located in 2 regions: the Altai Republic and Altai krai.   The Denisova Cave is located in the Bashelaksky Range of the north-western Altai Mountains, close to the border of today's Altai Region and the Altai Republic. Pictures: The Siberian Times In , a toe bone contemporary with the finger was found with the mitochondrial DNA suggesting it belonged to a Neanderthal, not a Denisovan.

        Abstract. Two sympatric species of Siberian loaches are recorded in the Zavkhan River basin (Great Lakes Depression, Western Mongolia) and described as new for science: Barbatula conilobus and B. dsapchynensis spp. n. The former species, most likely, is widely distributed over the entire river basin, and the latter species, apparently, occurs locally, but in sympatry with B. : A. M. Prokofiev.   Neanderthals and Denisovans BOTH lived in remote Siberian cave thousands of years ago and may even have used the shelter at the same time, study finds Two new studies are attempting to narrow down.


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Two new mammals from the Siberian Altai by Ned Hollister Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Two new putative hybrid species of Poa, P. navashinii Nosov and P. levitskyi Nosov are described and illustrated. They were found in the southeastern Altai Mountains (southern Siberia, Russia), on a riverbank and in dry mountain steppe.

Two new species from the mountains of Altai and Tuva, Dolichopus fursovi Negrobov et Barkalov sp. similar to D. grunini Smirnov and D. selivanovae Negrobov et Barkalov, sp. similar to D. of six new species of Empis, of which four species were collected only from the Republic of Altai and two species, from the Republic of Altai and Altai Territory.

Four new species are members of the subgenus Polyblepharis Bezzi, ; totally, nine species of this group are currently known from Altai and a key to them is provided. Two new spe. Two new species of Trechini are described from SW Altai: Epaphiopsis (Epaphiama) jacobsoni Sokolov & Shilenkov sp.n.

and Trechus holzun Shilenkov & Sokolov sp. Humans bred Two new mammals from the Siberian Altai book this mysterious species more than once, new study shows A molar and a chip of pinkie bone found in a Siberian cave provide what little information we have about this species.

The first two supplements contain data on existing and to-be-designated PNAs in the region; the third supplement provides a list of plants protected in Altai-Sayansk eco-region (by A.N. Kupriyanov and C.Y. Ankipovich); the fourth supplement by the late S.M. Prokofyev provides a list of animals protected in the given eco-region and indicates.

The Siberian Ice Maiden, also known as the Princess of Ukok and the Altai Princess of Ochi-Bala, is a 2,year-old mummy of a woman found in in a kurgan (mound) of the Pazyryk culture in the Republic of Altai, Russia.

It was considered to be among the most significant archaeological findings in Russia of the late 20th century. Noctuidae of the Russian Altai (Lepidoptera).

– Proceedings of the Tigirek State Natural Reserve. Vol. Barnaul, pp. The book presents a review of the species of Noctuidae, that are known from the Russian part of the Altai Mountain Country. Four species and one subspecies are described as new.

Two new synonyms. Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40% of mammalian species. They have two incisors in the upper and lower jaw which grow continually and must be kept short by gnawing. Most rodents are small though the capybara can weigh up to 45 kg (99 lb).

Suborder: Sciurognathi Family: Castoridae (beavers) Genus: Castor European beaver, Castor fiber LC. Two species: Gnaphosa banini Marusik & Koponen,and Pardosa nenili-ni Marusik,are recorded from Russia for the first time.

Species new to Russia and D. katunensis are illustrated. Altai is their second book, after Q. Both are set in sixteenth century, in the chaotic world of empires and city states and religions and Reformation.

Altai opens inwhen Venices arsenal explodes one bright morning. Emmuele de Zante leaps into action to find the culprits/5. species name given by Pallas () refers to the region ”Sungaria” (different spellings exist: Dsungaria or Djungaria or Zungaria, see m ap), south of the Altai : Stephan Steinlechner.

The arcticle describes a new species of Pterophoridae — Platyptilia romanorum sp.n., from highlands of the Altai-Sayan mountainous country.

Cite Request full-text. Two new species of the genus Catabrosa (Poaceae) are described from Altai, Russia. The species Catabrosa ledebourii Punina & Nosov is widespread in South Siberia and C.

bogutensis Punina & Nosov is an endemic species. Both species are octoploid and this is the first demonstration of the chromosome number 2n = 40 in the genus by: 1. Summary. Two new species of the genus Catabrosa (Poaceae) are described from Altai, Russia.

The species Catabrosa ledebouńi Punina & Nosov is widespread in South Siberia and C. bogutensis Punina 8c Nosov is an endemic species. Both species are octoploid and this is the first demonstration of the chromosome number 2n = 40 in the genus Catabrosa.

The classification of South Siberian meadows using the Braun-Blanquet approach was carried out on the basis of a geographically wide-ranging data set from the West Siberian Plain and the Altai-Sayanian mountain systems. Two main phytosociological types of meadows were distinguished within the classMolinio-Arrhenatheretea.

The natural Siberian forest meadows were included in the Cited by: 5. Small mammals characteristic of alpine environments include Altai pika (Ochotona alpina), arctic ground squirrel (Citellus undulatus), and Siberian chipmunk (Tamias sibiricus).

A total of 13 species of birds and four species of mammals are listed in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation. The largest glaciers are Bolshoy Taldurinsky (35 km²), Mensu (21 km²), Sofiysky (17 km²), and Bolshoy Maashey (16 km²).

Mineral resources in the region primarily include gold, silver, iron ores, and lithium, in addition to other smaller amounts of rank: 35th. There are over 70 species of mammals in the reserve, including two endangered species, the Snow Leopard and the Altai argali.

There are 19 species of fish, mostly in Lake Teletskoye, including pike, perch, and whitefish. In the streams the most common fish is the on: Altai Republic. Like the protagonist of "Altai," one name never suffices, in a world of deadly persecution and relentless spying, a little loving, and dying.

Shaun Whiteside commendably returns to translate this into a steady pace, in colloquial English. I am interested how a collective crafts this, for the tone of the two novels remains consistent/5(19).The Altaians (also Altayans) are a Turkic people living in the Siberian Altai Republic and Altai Krai, Russia.A few Altaians also live in Mongolia and northern Xinjiang, China but are not officially recognized as a distinct group.

For alternative ethnonyms see also Teleut, Tele, Telengit, Black Tatar and Oirats. The Altaians are presented by two ethnographic groups:Russia Altai Repub Altai Krai 1, 74,Two new putative hybrid species of Poa, P. navashinii Nosov and P.

levitskyi Nosov are described and illustrated. They were found in the southeastern Altai Mountains (southern Siberia, Russia), on a riverbank and in dry mountain steppe.

Both of them resemble the species of sect. Stenopoa (a xerophytic group) but have some traits that suggest hybridization with species of other sections Cited by: 1.