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Collecting sites of stoneflies (Plecoptera) within Eastern Ukraine. Dotted line is the western border of the region under investigation. 

Collecting sites of stoneflies (Plecoptera) within Eastern Ukraine. Dotted line is the western border of the region under investigation. 

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Stonefly fauna of Eastern Ukraine were investigated. Despite the numerous significant material and big number of sampling sites only five species of stoneflies in four genera and three families were registered in Eastern Ukraine. Habitat preferences of species were analyzed. Most numerous species within the region is Nemoura cinerea (Retzius, 1783)...

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... Nemoura cinerea (Retzius, 1783) -Nemura cinerea Oliv. -Yaroshevskyi, 1881 Areal of the species covers almost entire Palaearctic region (Teslenko & Zhiltzova, 2009). ...
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... Eastern Ukraine the species has local distribution and was registered only in Debal'tseve- Roven'ky district of the Donetsk Elevated area (Fig. 10). Species inhabit only rhithral zone of streams and rivers within these regions. Imagoes were registered from September to ...
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... 1966Zhiltzova, , 1968Telyuk, 1992;Diakiv & Martynov, 2014). This species prefers altitudes from 150 to 300 m above sea level and occurs at ephirhithral zone in Europe ( Graf et al., 2009;Žiak, 2013). Within Eastern Ukraine the species was registered in Azov elevated and Donetsk elevated physiographic areas (Diakiv & Martynov, 2014, original data) (Fig. 10). In all the cases the larvae developed only in rhithral and epipotamal zones of streams and rivers. Imagoes of the species were registered from March to May. Sexual behavior of Z. bifrons was described by us previously (Diakiv & Martynov, ...

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... In the Ukrainian Carpathians N. pictetii was found in Tysa, Prut (Despax 1935;Zhiltzova 1966Zhiltzova , 1967 and Seret river-basins in small streams with gravel or sand bottom and in the alpine lakes (Diakiv 2011). Martynov et al. (2017) reported this species from Eastern Ukraine in Starobilsk slope-elevated, West-Donetsk slope-elevated and Donetsk elevated physiographic areas. ...
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