Suvad Lelo

Suvad Lelo
University of Sarajevo | UNSA · Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

PhD

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Introduction
Full professor, Department of Biology Faculty of Science - I primarily deal with the inventory of the fauna of Bosnia and Herzegovina. - The basic method is to review published data and collect photographs, with the organization of field research, which is mainly published in a dedicated journal: Contributions to the fauna of Bosnia and Herzegovina. - In recent years, activities have intensified on the list of lepidoptera in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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September 2013 - December 2021
Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Description
  • Lecturer: Fundamentals of Organic Evolution, General and Molecular Evolution and Systematics of vertebrates/Chordat systematics.
October 2009 - October 2013
Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Lecturer: Fundamentals of Organic Evolution, General and Molecular Evolution; Zoology.
October 2005 - October 2009
Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Lecturer: Fundamentals of Organic Evolution, General and Molecular Evolution, and Entomology.
Education
May 2002 - March 2003
University of Belgrade
Field of study
  • Department of Zoology Faculty of Biology
September 1995 - April 2000
University of Sarajevo
Field of study
  • Department of Biology Faculty of Science
October 1988 - January 1995
University of Sarajevo
Field of study
  • Department of Biology Faculty of Science

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Publications (216)
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The monograph you are holding in your hands is dedicated to the first gathering of PEZ collectors of Bosnia and Herzegovina, that is. the PEZ brand that promotes smoking cessation (smoking cessation). PEZ is a world brand whose items are intensively collected, but it is very neglected in our country, although in BiH during the period of socialist Y...
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The angular rough shark, Oxynotus centrina (Linnaeus, 1758), is a poorly known and rare bathydemersal shark inhabiting continental shelves and upper slopes with a significant lack of data and rarely published records in the Adriatic Sea in this century. In this paper, we present 20 new occurrences recorded from May 2015 to September 2021, of which...
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Lelo, S. First finding of the species Dorypteryx domestica (Smithers, 1958) (Insecta: Psocoptera: Psyllipsocidae) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This paper presents data on a first finding of the Dorypteryx domestica (Smithers, 1958), from Vogošća and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Prof. dr. Jasna Huremović brought a jar with insects collected in the apartmen...
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This paper presents data on a new find of the pine hawk moth-Sphinx pinastri Linnaeus, 1758, from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Data on finds of this species in Bosnia and Herzegovina come from the works of H. Rebel from 1904, where it was listed for the Igman and Prenj mountains and the settlement of Trebinje, and E. Gligorijević from the Fojnica site....
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First find of the Rook Corvus frugilegus Linnaeus, 1758 (Aves: Passeriformes: Corvidae) in Ilijaš. The text presents data on the first find of the rook, Corvus frugilegus Linnnaeus, 1758, in the settlement of Novi Ilijaš, which is the first find in the municipality of Ilijaš. M. Kašić-Lelo repeatedly spotted unusual black birds on the way from the...
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Long-term observations of crows on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina have shown that in addition to the expert, there is an extremely high public interest in this group, both the managers of local communities and representatives of educational institutions. In this paper, the literature data on crows of Bosnia and Herzegovina are combined, su...
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Angular rough shark, Oxynotus centrina (Linnaeus, 1758), is a poorly known and rare bathydemersal shark inhabiting continental shelves and upper slopes with a significant lack of data and almost no published records in the Adriatic Sea in this century. In this paper, we present 20 new occurrences recorded from May 2015 to September 2021, of which 1...
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During the 21st century, lepidopterological research on the Prenj mountain was performed on several occasions. The first such research by S. Lelo and M. Kašić-Lelo in 2007 resulted in the discovery of a small number of species (33), so the graduates of the Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo, J. Karačić and S. Sućeska,...
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SAŽETAK: Novije doba u pogledu osavremenjivanja nauke i prikaza naučnih rezultata nosi sa sobom i nove kriterije procjene i vrednovanja naučne produkcije pojedinačnih istraživača, fakulteta i univerziteta. Prikupljeni podaci ovog tipa služe za sagledavanje svrsishodnosti uloženog kapitala i napredovanja institucija i države na lokalnom, regionalnom...
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Lelo, S. Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea) of Velika Kladuša according to data from the Zoological collection „Lelo“. In this paper, the first data on the butterfly fauna of Velika Kladuša are presented, according to the material from the private Zoological collection "Lelo". Originally, the data come from two field researches of the author...
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Lelo, S. New finding of species Cymbalophora pudica (Esper, 1785) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Erebidae) from Bosnia and Herzegovina. This paper presents data on a new finding of The discrete chaperon – Cymbalophora pudica (Esper, 1785) from Bosnia and Herzegovina. The only information about the find of this species in Herzegovina comes from the work of...
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Lelo, S, & Filipović, S. New findings of the species Euplocamus anthracinalis (Scopoli, 1763) and revision of the list of species of the family Tineidae Latreille, 1810 (Insecta: Lepidoptera) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The paper presents data on two new findings of females of the species Euplocamus anthracinalis (Scopoli, 1763) in Bosnia (and Herze...
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Lelo, S., & Memišević, E. First finding of species Acherontia atropos (Linnaeus, 1758) and Angerona prunaria (Linnaeus, 1767) (Insecta: Lepidoptera) from Johovaĉa (Manucipality Milići). This paper presents information on the first findings of The death's-head hawkmoth-Acherontia atropos (Linnaeus, 1758) and The Orange Moth-Angerona prunaria (Linnae...
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Lelo, S., & Nukić, B. First finding of the species Dysgonia algira (Linnaeus, 1767) i Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Erebidae) from Banovići. This paper presents information on the first findings of The Passenger Moth – Dysgonia algira (Linnaeus, 1767) and Cream Spot-Tiger Moth – Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758), from B...
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Lelo, S., & Bajrić, A. 2020. New findings of the Testudo hermanni (Gmelin, 1788) (Testudines, Testudinidae) in the area of Canton Sarajevo. In May 2019 and in May and August 2020, a land turtle was spotted in the wider vicinity of the settlement of Tarčin (Hadžići municipality), Sarajevo Canton. In May 2020, the same turtle was spotted as in May 20...
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Lelo, S., & Hamzić, A. Largemouth black bass, Micropterus salmoides (La Cepède, 1802) (Chordata: Vertebrata: Actinopterygii), in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Confirmatory data on the existence of Largemouth black bass in Bosnia and Herzegovina after data od Tutman et al from 2017 and media reports, the second finding at the locality "Korovi" (3 December...
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Aganović, S., & Lelo S. Representatives of the order Columbiformes Latham, 1790 (Vertebrata: Reptilia: Aves) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The paper presents general biological data for the order Columbiformes Latham, 1790 with detailed information for species from the Bosnian ornithofauna. Distribution maps were made for five known species according...
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Lelo, S. Shells and snail houses (Mollusca Linnaeus, 1758) like first moneta. Educa, 13(13), 31-34. In this paper are present basic data about used shells like first moneta („shell money“). While the first coins made in Lydia in the seventh century BC shell money is kept in use until the mid-19th century. However, today it is very difficult to say...
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Contemporary age in respect of science modernization and review of scientific results brigs new criteria of assessment and evaluation of scientific production of individual researchers, faculties and University. Gath-ered results of this type are used to see clearly functionality of invested capital and progress of institutions and state at local,...
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This paper addressed the analysis of ten quantitative, external morphological traits and three qualitative traits in sevety-one male and fifty-five female specimens of Cetonia aurata, Linnaeus from a local population of Oasonica in Novi Pazar. This analysis was undertaken in order to obtain the basic information of synchronic variability and variat...
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Izvod: Golubovi se u pravilu uzgajaju u zatvorenim, kontrolisanim uslovima kao kućni ljubimci. Golubarstvo se smatra najunosnijom privrednom granom u uzgoju sitnih životinja. Razlog tome je nizak sadržaj holesterola i vezivnog tkiva, kao i visok udeo nezasićenih masnih kiselina i vitamina B-kompleksa, posebno nijacina, u mesu ove vrste. Veoma je va...
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Delić, D., Kahrić, A., Gajić, A., & Lelo, S. (2019). First data about Sea hare, Aplysiiade Lamarck, 1809 (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia: Aplysiida), from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although a particular group of marine snails has been studied so far, there is a lack of much data on the diversity fauna of the Gastropoda Cuvier, 1795 in the territory of Bo...
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Šuta, N., & Lelo, S. Elementary biological characteristics of the species C. lupus Linnaeus, 1758 (Mammalia: Carnivora: Canidae). This paper presents typical characteristics of Canis lupus Linnaeus, 1758, from which the characteristics of the adaptive type and the adaptive zone of the mentioned species can be derived, especially in the part related...
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Lelo, S., & Nukić, B. First finding of species Antheraea yamamai (Guérin-Méneville, 1861) and Aglia tau (Linnaeus, 1758) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) from Banovići. This paper presents information on the first findings of Japanese silk moth – Antheraea yamamai (Guérin-Méneville, 1861) and Tau emperor – Aglia tau (Linnaeus, 1758), from Banovi...
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Čorbo, A., Šuta, N., & Lelo, S. 2019. Estimating of the number of abandoned dogs, Canis familiaris Linnaeus, 1758 (Mammalia: Carnivora: Canidae), from the Canton Sarajevo. Animals inhabit certain areas and depend on inorganic and organic ecosystems, which are equally or mostly sensitive to environmental changes. However, life is most sensitive to h...
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There is a long tradition of exploring Coleoptera in Bosnia and Herzegovina, while organized research of this group has been conducted since the end of the 19th century and go on until present time. The research include genus Scarabeus variolosus Fabricius, 1787 and Copris lunaris (Linnaeus, 1758). They belong to the group of 32 so far identified s...
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This paper presents data on the distribution of butterflies from the genus Polygonia Hübner, 1818 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with special emphasis on findings on the mountain Prenj. The aforesaid genus in Bosnia and Herzegovina is represented by two species: P. c-album (Linnaeus, 1758) is typically continental, while the other, P. aegea (Cramer, 17...
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Bosnia and Herzegovina has a long tradition in morphological and fundamental research of the butterfly fauna dating back to 1844. The problem of studying taxonomic relationships within the order of butterflies, especially between closely related species, currently is being approached quite effectively by molecular-genetic methods. DNA barcoding is...
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Red Lists are very valuable tools in nature conservation at global, continental and (sub-) national scales. In an attempt to prioritise conservation actions for European butterflies, we compiled a database with species lists and Red Lists of all European countries, including the Macaronesian archipelagos (Azores, Madeira and Canary Islands). In tot...
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Lelo, S. Cryptic Wood White, Leptidea juvernica Williams, 1946 (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pieridae: Dismorphiinae), in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this paper was given specific data about “wood whites” in Bosnia and Herzegovina with explanations about changing of data in Bosnian-Herzegovinia's checklist of Butterflies fauna among Leptidea reali Reissing...
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Gajić, A, & Lelo, S. Interpretation of current classification of fish and fish-like animals (Chordata: Cephalochordata, Vertebrata) down to taxonomix rank of order. The current ichthyological research and study in Bosnia and Herzegovima is mostly based on outdated data, which refers to even most recent publications. This paper present the actual "f...
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Sejtarija-Memišević, A., & Lelo, S. Review of the traditional methods in the determination of the species Ixodes ricinus Linnaeus, 1758 (Arachnida: Ixodida: Ixodes) with molecular-genetic analysis, as the sole vector of the Borrelia Swellengrebel, 1907 (Spirochaetes) on the territory of Europe. Ticks play a significant role in the transmission of z...
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Memišević, E., Kahrić, A., Lelo, S., & Gajić, A. Sea urchins, Echinoidea Leske, 1778 (Echinodermata: Echinoidea), from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although some groups of echinoderms have been studied, so far there is absolute lack of data regarding the diversity of sea urchins in the aquatorium of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Marine part of Bosnia and Herz...
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Memišević, E., Kahrić, A., Lelo, S., & Gajić, A. Brittle stars, Ophiuroidea Gray, 1840 (Animalia: Echinodermata), from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Research of echinoderms in marine aquatorium of Bosnia and Herzegovina has never been done systematically; it was done rather sporadically and very poorly. Marine part of Bosnia and Herzegovina is represente...
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Lelo, S., Džafić, A., Gajić, A., & Kahrić, A. Synchronical variability of Hexaplex trunculus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Neogastropoda: Muricidae) from Neum bay. Exploration of the fauna of snails in Bosnia and Herzegovina does not offer a lot of data, but in general, the systematic data with continuous monitoring did not exist, es...
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Nukić, B., & Lelo, S. First finding of species Daphnis nerii (Linnaeus, 1758) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in Banovići. This paper presents information on the first findings of species Daphnis nerii (Linnaeus, 1758) in Banovići, which confirmed its existence in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The aforementioned species has been so far ex...
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Lelo, S., Memišević, E., & Kašić-Lelo, M. Wings venation of Carniolan honey bee, Apis mellifera carnica Pollman, 1879 (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Apidae) on a sample from apiary „Royal Jelly Memišević“ Blaţuj – Sarajevo. During analysis for published paperworks about wing venation, we spot appearance of anomaly in wing venation at honeybee (Apis mellife...
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Memišević, E., & Lelo, S. Respresentation of 10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acidin samples of Royal Jelly produced by subspecies Apis mellifera carnica Pollman, 1879 (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Apidae) in apiary „Royal Jelly Memišević“ located in Blaţuj – Sarajevo. 10-Hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (10-HDA) is an unsaturated fatty acid found in Royal Jelly produced fro...
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The research of dung beetles in Bosnia and Herzegovina has a long tradition, and the organized research of the mentioned groups has been carried out since the end of the 19th century and continue to this day and they also quote the species Trypocopris alpinus (Sturm & Hagenbach, 1825). It is considered that there are two subspecies of this species:...
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Lelo, S., Josip Vekić, Bakula, E., & Memišević, E. New findings of Small Indian Mongoose, Herpestes auropunctatus (Hodgson, 1836) (Mamalia: Carnivora: Herpestidae) from Bosnia and Herzegovina. We present new findings of Herpestes auropunctatus (Hodgson, 1836) in (Bosnia and) Herzegovina: near Mostar and around of municipality of Ĉapljina. E. Bakula...
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Lelo, S. Memory at 25 years since the murder of Rizo Sijarić, PhD. With this obituary we want to remind you of life and work and the death of Dr. Rizo Sijarić, a well-known entomologist from Bijelo Polje who built his scientific career at the Zemaljski Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo. Dr. Rizo Sijarić has investigated butterflies while...
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Bibliography is a retrospective bibliography of publications that, within any biological discipline, deal with species of diurnal butterflies, Rhopalocera of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H), as a specific region in the north western Balkan Peninsula, has a high level of genetic, species and ecosystem diversity primary due to the presence of different climatic zones that extend from north to south of the country (in cca 400 km). Multiple numbers of refugia and relict landscapes in this area enabled the surv...
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The European spadefoot toad (Pelobates fuscus) is a lowland, nocturnal, semi-fossorial and secretive anuran species with a narrow ecological niche. The southernmost border of its areal reaches the northern parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H, in Posavina region) where the species is mostly restricted to agroecosystems located in the vicinity of aq...
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The aim of the study was to assess growth of pigeon offspring of selected species Columbia livia Gmelin, 1789. The study was performed in controlled conditions including four pigeon pairs, namely two „trump“ pairs from the location of Bascarsija, Sarajevo and two pairs of a domestic pigeon „Sarajevan Tumbler”, followed in different seasons: winter,...
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Exploration of the fauna of snails in Bosnia and Herzegovina does not offer a lot of data, but in general, the systematic data with continuous monitoring did not exist, especially the marine fauna. The very first significant researches of marine snails were conducted in 2015. through two projects, „Biodiversity of the Neum Bay“ by Sharklab ADRIA an...
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The study was performed in controlled conditions at the location of Novo Sarajevo in winter, spring and summer season of 2013. The study included four pairs of pigeons: two pairs of trumps from the location of Bascarsija, Sarajevo; and two pairs of domestic pigeons variety “Sarajevan tumbler”. The study investigated daily feed consumption and degre...
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Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) or Washington convention is declare 1th july 1975. Bosnia and Herzegovina was certified CITES convention 21th january 2009 and convention the obligations under the convention have become legally valid since 21th april 2009. Nevertheless, Bosnia and Herzegovina h...
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The revision of the Greek stream frog (Rana graeca, Boulanger 1891) distribution and conservation status in Bosnia and Hercegovina. Among the brown frogs, the Greek stream frog (Rana graeca) is a Balkan endemic. Its southernmost distribution reaches Greece, whereas the northernmost part of the areal is in Bosnia and Hercegovina (B&H) were the speci...
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Research of echinoderms in Bosnia and Herzegovina has never been done systematically; it was done rather sporadically and very poorly. Marine part of Bosnia and Herzegovina is represented by the Neum bay and a certain part of the outside of the Klek peninsula. With a maximum depth of 27 meters, the Neum bay is characterized by a very poor habitat d...
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Research of the reptiles in Bosnia and Herzegovina began in the 19th century and has continued in an organized way since the beginning of the 20th century up to the present day. In specific political circumstances, research in Bosnia and Herzegovina is mainly taking place in the framework of the entities: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina an...
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Over the last two decades, the author has been working on the lists of Bosnian-Herzegovinian Lepidoptera with a special emphasis on butterflies. The basic check list of butterflies was created by Sijarić in 1980 and after that, in 2000 and 2007, the author published a review that included changes in the taxonomy and nomenclature. This paper present...
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The obituary is dedicated to the life and work of Mihad Cikotić, PhD (1965-2016), a professor in the Mixed Secondary School "Žepče" in Žepče and assistant professor at the European University in Brčko, an ecologist who has researched the fauna of Bosnia and Herzegovina with an emphasis on dragonfly.
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Within species with separated male and female sex, the sex ratio is one of the significant features of the population. The specified aspect of the sexual differentiation is represented in the development of needs for fertilization and realization of total population size and minimal presentation of genetic drift and inbreeding effect. The species C...
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Research of batrahofauna of Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) has a long tradition. It can be traced back to the O. Möellendorf PhD dissertation in 1873. The batrachological investigations in B&H could be divide on four periods: (1) The period of Ottoman Empire/Austro‐Hungarian Monarchy (until 1918), (2) The period of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1918‐194...
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With the maximum depth of up to 27.5 meters, the aquatorium of Bosnia and Herzegovina is characterized by sandy or/and muddy bottoms, with homogenous habitats mainly inhabited by invertebrates such as mollusks, cnidarians, echinoderms and crustaceans. Research of the cartilaginous fishes in the aforementioned locality is sporadic and there is a hug...
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Hanjalić, J., Gajić, A., Lelo, S., & Kašić-Lelo, M. New records of Ophiothrix fragilis (Abildgaard, 1789) and Ophioderma longicauda (Bruzelius, 1805) (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea: Ophiurida) in the marine part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This paper presents new records of Ophiothrix fragilis (Abildgaard, 1789) and Ophioderma longicauda (Bruzelius, 18...
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In this study we present morphological, molecular and ecological features of the last instar larvae of Drusus bosnicus with data about distribution of this species in Bosnia and Herzegovina. We also included the most important diagnostic features enabling separation of larvae of D. bosnicus from larvae of the other European Drusinae and Trichoptera...
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The invasive fish species Neogobius fluviatilis was recorded at one locality on each of the two investigated rivers, Una and Kupa. The expansion of this species in Bosnia and Herzegovina is presented, as well as the habitat characteristics of the locality on the Una River. Additionally, a list of the associated fish fauna at both localities is give...
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Researches in freshwater crayfish on the territory of Herzegovina have always been mainly sporadic. Usually there were data of fauna character or data from so-called fishermen, i.e. fishery-economic basis. Normally, for the review and estimation of biodiversity of the crayfish in Balkan peninsula there is insuperable barrier expressed through uneve...
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Vipers display high specific and sub-specific diversity in the Balkans, but available atlases and red data books provide no precise data about legal status and conservation threats. the three viper species in the Balkans share several conservation problems: lack of systematic study and public interest, "historical and political burdens," lack of kn...