Biogeography and Ecology of Bulgaria by Victor Fet, Alexi Popov

By Victor Fet, Alexi Popov

Dr. Victor Fet is a Professor of Biology at Marshall college, West Virginia, united states. He used to be a co-editor of Biogeography and Ecology of Turkmenistan (Kluwer educational Publishers, 1994) and authored dozens of analysis courses on animal biogeography, systematics and evolution. he's additionally one of many world’s prime specialists on scorpions and one of many authors of the Catalog of Scorpions of the area (New York, 2000).

Dr. Alexi Popov is the Director of the nationwide Museum of average heritage, Sofia, Bulgaria. He authored and co-authored ninety four learn guides on insect faunistics, taxonomy, ecology, and conservation. He served as a Secretary and/or the Member of the Editorial Board of Historia naturalis bulgarica, Acta entomologica bulgarica, and magazine of Neuropterology. within the undertaking "Fauna Europaea", Dr. Popov leads the workforce of 30 entomologists engaged on the bugs of Bulgaria.

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Mystacinus, M. brandtii, M. daubentonii, Nyctalus noctula, Pipistrellus pipistrellus, P. nathusii, Sciurus vulgaris, Micromys minutus, Apodemus agrarius, Canis lupus, Vulpes vulpes, Nyctereutes procyonoides, Ursus arctos, Felis silvestris, Meles meles, Mustela nivalis, Sus scrofa, Cervus elaphus; (b) South (East) European and (West) Asian element: Erinaceus concolor, Crocidura leucodon, Nyctalus lasiopterus, N. leisleri, Dryomys nitedula, Sylvaemus uralensis, Microtus epiroticus; TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS IN BULGARIA 15 (c) European element: Talpa europaea, Neomys anomalus, Myotis bechsteinii, Barbastella barbastellus, Glis glis, Muscardinus avellanarius, Sylvaemus flavicollis, S.

27 (Fauna bulgarica. 27). Akademichno izdatelstvo “Marin Drinov” (Editio academica “Marin Drinov”), Sofia (in Bulgarian). Petrov, P, 1997. [Landscape structure]. In Yordanova, M. & D. Donchev (eds), Geografiya na Balgariya. Fizicheska geografiya. Sotsialno-ikonomicheska geografiya (Geography of Bulgaria. Physical Geography. Socio-Economic Geography). Akademichno izdatelstvo “Prof. Marin Drinov” (Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House), Sofia: 340–356 (in Bulgarian). , 2000a. Epigeobiont animal assemblages from two landscapes of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast: relationship to environmental gradients, assemblage structure, and biodiversity.

03 − − Microtus guentheri − − − 0 03 − 9 Mus spicilegus − − − 1 81 22 26 B Mean species heterogeneity (N2) 7 33 7 75 5 51 6 43 5 09 Number of local associations 39 9 9 15 11 00 Mean species richness (ES100) 98 10 2 − 98 77 Number of local associations 19 7 − 6 3 presented by more than 100 specimens C Mean altitude above sea level [m] 1371 79 927 77 568 88 241 66 31 81 v1 19 05 21 64 21 10 20 29 21 59 v2 78 99 116 37 122 82 127 46 130 81 v3 583 64 604 88 563 88 631 60 452 45 v4 7 09 3 00 1 13 1 37 0 07 v5 906 76 759 00 622 66 688 93 531 27 v6 373 91 519 95 567 43 544 94 521 17 v7 2 38 2 11 3 00 2 13 1 45 v8 1 97 2 00 1 55 1 93 1 27 TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS IN BULGARIA Lowland 25 Mountain Fig.

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