I. A. Khaliman

I. A. Khaliman
Insitute of Zoology · Fauna

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Phylum Mollusca is represented in the Utlyukskij liman by 63 species, of which 43 belong to class Gastropoda and 20 species to class Bivalvia. Main groups of mollusks within the Utlyukskij Liman are irregularly distributed, and each part has a some slightly peculiarities. Data obtained show a weak correlation between the composition of mollusk comm...
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Summarized data on the fauna composition, distribution, and ecology of gastropod and bivalve mollusks of the Utlyuk Liman in the northwestern part of the Sea of Azov is presented. The total number of mollusk species identified was 63; 43 species belonged to the class Gastropoda, and 20 species, to the class Bivalvia. The distribution of mollusks in...
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Conchological Variability of Anadara inaequivalvis (Bivalvia, Arcidae) in the Black-Azov Sea Basin. Anistratenko, V. V., Anistratenko, O. Yu., Khaliman, I. A. - An alien species in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov - Anadara inaequivalvis (Bruguiere, 1789) - was recently discovered to have a wide range of shell variability. From the investigated sa...
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The bivalve mollusk Anadara inaequivalvis (Bruguie`re, 1789) is found for the first time in the Northwest part of the Sea of Azov. The find registers a final stage of settling by this species in the Azov-Black Sea basin. Distribution, ecological peculiarities of this mollusk and significance of its penetration for the local fauna are discussed. Key...
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Some peculiarities of gastropod and bivalve mollusks, their distribution and ecology in the North-Western part of the Sea of Azov and adjacent lagoons (Molochnyj and Utlyukskij) are studied. Altogether, 74 species of mollusks registered in the region; 51 species belong to the class Gastropoda, whereas the class Bivalvia is represented by 23 species...

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