Ivan Hadrián Tuf

Ivan Hadrián Tuf
Palacký University Olomouc · Department of Ecology

Ph.D.

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May 2002 - present
Palacký University Olomouc
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
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  • soil biology, ecology and behaviour of soil invertebrates

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Publications (221)
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This annotated checklist of centipedes includes all the species reported occurring in the Czech Republic up to the end of 2015. Species that were not previously reported in the literature are also listed along with details of these records and the localities. In total, this checklist of centipedes known to occur in the Czech Republic includes 72 sp...
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We evaluated individual behavioural patterns of isopods expressed as tonic immobility following some intrusive treatments. Common rough woodlice, Porcellio scaber, were kept individually in plastic boxes and tested for tonic immobility repeatedly. Reactivity, sensitivity (number of stimuli needed to respond), and endurance of tonic immobility (TI)...
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Terrestrial isopods (Oniscidea) represent a widespread group of land Crustacea that have been able to successfully adapt to the terrestrial environment and occupy newly formed ecological niches. During the colonisation of land, they faced numerous challenges, including finding an effective way to avoid their new terrestrial predators. In response t...
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1) Nesting of the great cormorants strongly influences terrestrial ecosystems by physical destruction of vegetation and chemical changes in the soil and around the nesting colonies. (2) We investigated spider, harvestmen, and centipede assemblages in different influenced plots (starting colony, active dense colony, and partly abandoned colony) in t...
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The first part of an annotated checklist of the centipede fauna of five Middle Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan) based on literature data critically revised, is here presented. The check-list includes 49 species of Lithobiomorpha arranged in 10 genera and 3 families (Anopsobiidae, Henicopidae, and Lithob...
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Cryptops (Cryptops) datviensis sp. nov. from Datvi Cave in Georgia, is the first troglobiotic species of the genus Cryptops Leach, 1814 to be described from the Caucasus. The new species morphologically resembles the common epigean Caucasian species Cryptops caucasius Verhoeff, 1934, but differs in typical troglomorphic features, such as elongation...
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In the autumn of 2019, the 11th Czech-Slovak Myriapodological Seminar took place in Nasavrky, Czech Republic. Seminar included also a field excursion to four localities in the Železné hory PLA. Centipedes (Chilopoda), millipedes (Diplopoda) and terrestrial isopods (Oniscidea) were collected during the excursion. In total, 15 species of centipedes,...
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This study was focused on behaviour of the Common Rough Woodlouse ( Porcellio scaber ) and the Plum Woodlouse ( Porcellionides pruinosus ) under the influence of stressors in the form of increased temperature, the vibrating surface, or their combination. Two types of experiments were performed. First, woodlice placed in a labyrinth were observed, t...
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Although terrestrial isopods (Oniscidea) are primarily soil- and surface-dwelling invertebrates, they can also be found on tree trunks and walls. This study evaluated distribution patterns of terrestrial isopods on a brick wall during the first hours of night in autumn. Four species of terrestrial isopods were recorded with Armadillidium versicolor...
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Lowland oak forests host high biodiversity throughout Europe, and to maintain their high biodiversity potential we need to understand how current silviculture practices influence these ecosystems. The most common harvest approach in oak woodlands remains clear-cutting followed by site preparation for reforestation. The site preparation can vary in...
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Spiders are common inhabitants of tree hollows, as well as bird nesting boxes, especially in autumn and winter. Some species of spiders use bird nesting boxes for overwintering. We investigated spider assemblages in nesting boxes and how temperature influences the abundance of overwintering spiders in nesting boxes in lowland forest in the Czech Re...
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The shallow underground of rock debris is a unique animal refuge. Nevertheless, the research of this habitat lags far behind the study of caves and soil, due to technical and time-consuming demands. Data on Myriapoda in scree habitat from eleven localities in seven different geomorphological units of the Czech and Slovak Republics were processed. B...
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Fragments of woodland fulfil many irreplaceable functions in the agricultural landscape including being the main source of biodiversity of soil invertebrates. Due to intensive farming and land use changes, especially in the second half of the 20 th century, fragments of woodland in agricultural landscape almost disappeared. This has led to a decrea...
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Based on a small material from the Kemerovo Area, SW Siberia, Russia, the first data on the lithobiid centipede fauna are given from there. Six lithobiid species have been revealed: Lithobius (Ezembius) ostiacorum Stuxberg, 1876, L. (E.) proximus Sseliwanoff, 1880, L. (E.) sibiricus Gerstfeldt, 1859, L. (Monotarsobius) crassipes L. Koch, 1862, L. (...
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Whereas contemporary agriculture reduces invertebrate diversity, organic farming is expected to minimize this negative influence. In this study, we compared communities of surface-dwelling soil macrofauna from the fields farmed conventionally and organically over the last 15 years in the crop rotation with winter oilseed rape and winter wheat. A st...
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Dispersal of mycorrhizal fungi via animals and the importance for the interacting partners’ life history as well as for ecosystems is an understudied topic. In this review, we describe the available evidence and the most important knowledge gaps and finally suggest ways to gain the missing information. So far, 33 articles have been published provin...
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Lithobius matulici Verhoeff, 1899 is redescribed based on type material and newly collected specimens. Strandiolus jugoslavicus Hoffer, 1937, described from another cave in the same region in Bosnia and Her-cegovina, is presented as a junior subjective synonym of L. matulici (syn. nov.). L. matulici is shown to be most closely related to Lithobius...
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History of the study of terrestrial isopods on the territory of the Czech Republic started almost 180 years ago. Till now, 43 valid species of terrestrial isopods were reported. Their checklist, as well as the maps of their distribution in the Czech Republic based on the published data are presented. Bibliography of terrestial isopods from the year...
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Due to intensive farming fragments of woodland and hedgerows were almost eliminated and the diversity of invertebrates in agriculture landscapes decreased. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of the size of fragments of woodland and hedgerows on the distribution of ground dwelling invertebrates in agricultural landscapes in southern Mo...
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The present catalogue lists a total of 125 specimens of 18 species in the isopod collection of the Czech arachnologist František Miller (1902–1983) housed in the National Museum in Prague. The material was collected between 1932 and 1969 in the former Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia.
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The genus Escaryus Cook et Collins, 1891 comprises at least 5 species in the Republic of Kazakhstan: E. alatavicus Titova, 1972, E. retusidens Attems, 1904, E. kusnetzowi Lignau, 1929, E. koreanus Takakuwa, 1937 and E. japonicus Attems, 1927, and two undetermined forms: one from the South Kazakhstan Region which seems to be a new species (designate...
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This paper summarizes data regarding the terrestrial isopods of the White Carpathians range in the Western Outer Carpathians based on field research undertaken during the past several decades in natural meadow pasture and forest localities. Using a combination of four collection methods 19 species belonging to nine families were recorded. The most...
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The total species richness in the myriapod assemblages of the lowland Altais near Charyshskoe Village, Altai Province, southwestern Siberia, Russia is estimated to be at least 19 species from ten genera, eight families, five orders, and two classes. The following species are new to SW Siberia: Lithobius (Ezembius) ostiacorum Stuxberg, 1876, L. vaga...
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Geophilomorph centipedes, due to their soil life style, are frequently transported with plants. This report tries to underline some adaptations that facilitate them being introduced and becoming alien species. Tygarrup javanicus (Attems, 1907), tropical species reported recently from different greenhouses in Central Europe, is used as an example of...
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Protracheoniscus major was recorded for the first time in Silesia, the north-eastern part of the Czech Republic. Here we report its finding in the Darkov Mine – active black coal mine in which this species was found in a depth of 770 m under surface. Its distribution in Central Europe is connected with human activities, as found in cellars and buil...
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A case of abnormal distribution of coxal pores of Lithobius sibiricus is described. An additional single pore is situated on one of the 11th coxae.
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The enigmatic monotypic genus Photophilus Folkmanová, 1928 and its type species, Photophilus griseus Folkmanová, 1928, were described almost 90 years ago from the Czech Republic. The new genus was erected not only based on some morphological characters, but also on behavioural features rather peculiar among Central European geophilomorphs. Although...
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Preliminarily, the centipede fauna of the near-Teletskoye Lake region of the Altai State Nature Biosphere Reserve comprises at least 14 species from four genera, four families and two orders. Lithobius (Monotarsobius) franciscorum Dányi et Tuf, 2012 is new to the fauna of Russia, L. (M.) cf. nordenskioeildii Stuxberg, 1876 is new to that of southwe...
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Lithobius yuchernovi sp. n. is described, based on type material from the Ola Plateau, Magadan Region, Russia. The new species is widely distributed in northeastern Siberia, ranging from the Magadan Region, until the eastern Chukot Autonomous Region and the Kamchatka Peninsula in the southeast, whence non-type material is documented. This species b...
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Based on fresh collections in the Omsk Area, southwestern Siberia, the first list of myriapod species is given which comprises at least 7 species from 4 genera, 3 families, 3 orders (Julida, Geophilomorpha and Lithobiomorpha) and two classes (Diplopoda and Chilopoda). The millipede genus Brachyiulus Berlese, 1884), the species B. jawlowskii Lohmand...
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Reputation management affects social behaviour. It is manifested nonconsciously and can be elicited using solely visual cues. Numerous studies have confirmed that an image of eyes or a mirror has the effect of reducing transgression. Both stimuli can be used as a cue for “being watched”, leading to people behaving as if they are not alone. Which st...
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Disphaerobius Attems, 1926, the sole constituent genus of the subfamily Pterygoterginae, is synonymized with Pterygotergum Verhoeff, 1934 syn. nov., and is shown to comprise only two species: D. svenhedini (Verhoeff, 1934) comb. nov. ex Pterygotergum, and D. loricatus (Sseliwanoff, 1881) (= Lithobius magnificus Trotzina, 1895), both syn. nov. and c...
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Communities of centipedes (Chilopoda) were studied at three localities in eastern Bohemia (Czech Republic) near the town of Skuteč using modified subterranean traps. Centipedes were trapped separately from depths of 5, 15, 25, 35, 45, 55, 65, 75, 85, and 95 cm to allow evaluation of the vertical distribution in the soil. Presence of centipedes in d...
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The geophilomorph centipede fauna of urban areas in southwestern Siberia comprises at least seven species belonging to four genera and two families. The following records are new to western Siberia (Geophilus flavus (De Geer, 1778)) or southwestern Siberia (G. proximus C.L. Koch, 1847 and Pachymerium ferrugineum (C.L. Koch, 1835)). The northernmost...
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The lithobiomorph centipede fauna of urban areas in southwestern Siberia comprises at least eight species from four subgenera, two genera and two families. The following records are new to Russia: Lamyctes (Lamyctes) coeculus (Brölemann, 1889); to the Asian part of Russia: Lithobius (Litho-bius) lucifugus L. Koch, 1862; to Siberia: L. (L.) mel-anop...
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Three families, genera and species of terrestrial isopods are new to Asian Russia's list: Trachelipodidae, Trachelipus Budde-Lund, 1908, and Trachelipus rathkii (Brandt, 1833); Cylisticidae, Cylisticus Schnitzler, 1853, and Cylisticus convexus (De Geer, 1778); and Trichoniscidae, Trichoniscus Brandt, 1833, and Trichoniscus pygmaeus Sars, 1898. All...
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The morphologically uniform suborder Cyphophthalmi represents a basal group of harvestmen (Opiliones). As such, it plays an important role in the reconstruction of the karyotype evolution within this arachnid order. The cytogenetic analysis of 6 representatives of the suborder Cyphophthalmi, namely Miopsalis sp. (2n = 30; Stylocellidae), Austropurc...
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Both the subgenus Cryptops (Cryptops) Leach, 1815 and C. (C.) hortensis (Donovan, 1810), as well as the family Cryptopidae to which they belong, are currently reported in the Asian part of Russia for the first time. All records of the species in southwestern Siberia are confined to hothouses. Distributional remarks are provided and all currently re...
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