Vladimir E. Fedosov

Vladimir E. Fedosov
Lomonosov Moscow State University | MSU · Department of Biology

DSc, 2015; PhD, 2008

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Introduction
I am interested in bryophytes, all things about their ecology and distribution, in taxonomy of some particular groups of mosses and in novel tools to unite these topics under multidisciplinary "true integrative taxonomic" framework. Currently we, me, Misha Ignatov, Elena Ignatova and some others, work under the project Moss flora of Russia, which aims to improve current knowledge about moss diversity and distribution through its territory and to prepare comprehansive taxonomical treatment.
Additional affiliations
March 2009 - November 2016
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Leading Research Fellow
February 2009 - October 2015
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Senior Researcher

Publications

Publications (156)
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A new combination, Encalypta robbinsii (Sainsbury) Brinda, Ignatov & Fedosov, is established as the correct name for the taxon long known as Bryobartramia novae-valesiae (Broth. ex G. Roth) I. G. Stone & G. A. M. Scott.
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Introduction. We report the results of an international bryological expedition to the Khamar- Daban mountain range in Russian southern Siberia. The novel approach of integrative floristics is introduced here as a method of surveying the flora of a region by using a combination of morphological and molecular evidence to identify and verify unexpecte...
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We present an integrative molecular and morphological study of subaquatic representatives of the genus Pseudohygrohypnum (Pylaisiaceae, Bryophyta), supplemented by distribution modelling of the revealed phylogenetic lineages. Phylogenetic analyses of nuclear and plastid datasets combined with the assemble species by automatic partitioning (ASAP) al...
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Species delimitation is problematic in many plant groups and among the mosses, Sphagnum is one of the more contentious genera because of high levels of morphological variation. The allopolyploid species, Sphagnum majus, comprises one such problematic complex. Two morphologically differentiated but overlapping subspecies have been described. We cond...
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Fungi play pivotal roles in ecosystem functioning, but little is known about their global patterns of diversity, endemicity, vulnerability to global change drivers and conservation priority areas. We applied the high-resolution PacBio sequencing technique to identify fungi based on a long DNA marker that revealed a high proportion of hitherto unkno...
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On the southern periphery of Badzhal Mountain Range on, an area of about 25 sq. km, we found 313 species of mosses, listed here with distribution along with the altitudinal belts, ecotopes, and substrates. Among them, 73 species are newly recorded for the middle part of Khabarovsk Territory, and 39 of them are new to the whole Khabarovsk Territory,...
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The study considers the phylogenetic affinities and taxonomical placement of the previously unknown hepatic from Hengduan Mts. in Yunnan Province of China. This area is known to house a vast assemblage of peculiar and taxonomically secluded taxa of hepatics, serving as kind of storehouse of missing links in the evolution. The newly recorded taxon c...
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Fungi are highly important biotic components of terrestrial ecosystems, but we still have a very limited understanding about their diversity and distribution. This data article releases a global soil fungal dataset of the Global Soil Mycobiome consortium (GSMc) to boost further research in fungal diversity, biogeography and macroecology. The datase...
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A new genus is described to accommodate Neodicranella hamulosa, a novel species resolved in the family Aongstroemiaceae, from the Monchiquense district in SW Portugal. Characterized by its small size, erect spreading to subsecund non-sheathing leaves, plane bistratose leaf margins, and rhizoidal gemmae with slightly protruberant cells, it differs f...
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Sofronova E.V., Afonina O.M., Belyakov E.A., Bezgodov A.G., Birykova O.V., Boychuk M.A., Czernyadjeva I.V., Doroshina G.Ya., Dulin M.V., Fedosov V.E., Freydin G.L., Guziev Kh.Yu., Ignatov M.S., Ishchenko Yu.S., Ivanova K.A., Kapitonova O.A., Kukurichkin G.M., Kuzmina E.Yu., Lavrentiev M.V., Maksimov A.I., Philippov D.A., Popova N.N., Shestakova A.A...
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Noteworthy new records of 48 species of mosses and liverworts, with notes on their taxonomy, distribution and ecology
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The new genus Protoharpanthus is described from the Salween River Basin in the Hengduan Mountains, Sino-Himalaya. The genus superficially resembles Lophocolea or slightly even Calypogeia, but phylogenetically is quite far from both and belongs to the oligotypic Harpanthaceae. The new genus is a shining example of parallelism in the evolution of liv...
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An early-branched moss Polytrichum commune is a widely accepted model object for ecological, environmental, physiological, and genetic studies. Its mitochondrial genome has been sequenced and annotated. The genome contains 67 genes in total and has a length equal to 114,831 bp, which exceeds the length of most known mitochondrial genomes for mosses...
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The arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi are a globally‐distributed group of soil organisms that play critical roles in ecosystem function. However, the ecological niches of individual AM fungal taxa are poorly understood. We collected >300 soil samples from natural ecosystems worldwide and modelled the realized niches of AM fungal virtual taxa (VT; a...
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Haplolepideous moss systematics has been through major changes based on morpho-molecular studies. However, many taxa remain little studied with still unclear circumscriptions and relationships among the traditionally recognized families. We inferred the phylogenetic relationships of the haplolepideous mosses based on a sample of 37 out of the 38 ha...
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There are very few publications on the classification of mountain mire vegetation in Russia. Several associations in the Southern Siberia mountains (Lapshina, 1996; Lashchinsky, 2009) and the Khibiny Mountains (Koroleva, 2001) are described. Mire vegetation in the Southern Urals is relatively well studied and described in the traditions of the ecol...
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The book is a biogeographic review of 35 lowland biomes from the map "The Biomes of Russia," published in a series of nature maps for high school. Concepts and approaches to classifying terrestrial ecosystems and mapping are explained. Data on ecosystem biodiversity, flora, and fauna of regional biomes are presented. The comparative geographical an...
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We studied in detail a moss-lichen component of Shokalsky Island vegetation for the first time and identified 79 species of mosses and 54 species and 2 subspecies of lichens and licheni-colous fungi. All species of mosses and 23 species and 2 subspecies of lichens and lichenicolous fungi are recorded for the first time for the island. The study is...
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First records of chrysophytes for the North-Western Russia and the Leningrad Region, fungi for the Pskov Region, lichens for Svalbard and the Altai Territory, bryophytes for the Far East, Arkhangelsk, Saratov, Voronezh and Sakhalin regions, the Karachayevo-Circassian Republic, Republic of North Ossetia – Alania, the Republic of Altai, the New Siber...
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Molecular phylogenetic reconstructions of Rhabdoweisiaceae based on plastid (trnS-rps4 and trnL-F) and mitochondrial (nad5) DNA sequences and a comprehensive taxon sampling were performed, including 15 out of 16 genera currently attributed to the family, taxa recently found belonging to Rhabdoweisiaceae and expanded outgroups from related families...
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Molecular phylogenetic reconstructions of Rhabdoweisiaceae based on plastid (trnS-rps4 and trnL-F) and mitochondrial (nad5) DNA sequences and a comprehensive taxon sampling were performed, including 15 out of 16 genera currently attributed to the family, taxa recently found belonging to Rhabdoweisiaceae and expanded outgroups from related families...
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Sofronova E.V., Afonina O.M., Baisheva E.Z., Bersanova A.N., A.G. Bezgodov, Boychuk M.A., Degtyarev N.I., Doroshina G.Ya., Dulin M.V., Fedosov V.E., Gainutdinov I.A., Grishutkin O.G., Ignatov M.S., Ignatova E.A., Khramtsov V.N., Koroleva N.E., Kozhin M.N., Kuzmina E.Yu., Lavrentiev M.V., Philippov D.A., Popov S.Yu., Popova N.N., Prokin A.A., Rukavi...
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The taxonomic diversity center of Schistochilopsis is in East Asia, where the genus also shows the highest genetic diversity and morphological plasticity. The integrative survey of Schistochilopsis in East Asia was the main goal of the present account. Plant materials were obtained from recent collections made by authors in various parts of amphi-P...
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Moss cover plays an important role in shaping the thermodynamic and biogeochemical functioning of ecosystems at high latitudes, where it is the dominant vegetation type. It reduces the heat transfer through the soil-atmosphere interface and between deep levels of the active layer, which leads to a decrease in the thickness of the seasonally thawed...
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Sofronova E.V., Afonina O.M., Antipin V.K., Belkina O.A., Boychuk M.A., Czernyadjeva I.V., Doroshina G.Ya., Dyachenko A.P., Fedosov V.E., Ignatov M.S., Ignatova E.A., Kholod S.S., Kolesnikova M.A., Koltysheva D.E., Komarova A.S., Konstantinova N.A., Koroleva N.E., Koroteeva T.I., Kozhin M.N., Kudr E.V., Kuzmina E.Yu., Lavrentiev M.V., Mamontov Yu.S...
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"Flora of Moscow" Information System on Moscow Digital Herbarium web-platform (Russian-language presentation) ABSTRACT. In the first year (until 15 Oct 2019), the work on the project went towards the accumulation and structuring of electronic data on the diversity of vascular plants in Moscow. The first block of activities was related to the proc...
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This Red List is a summary of the conservation status of the European species of mosses, liverworts and hornworts, collectively known as bryophytes, evaluated according to IUCN’s Guidelines for Application of IUCN Red List Criteria at Regional Level. It provides the first comprehensive, region-wide assessment of bryophytes and it identifies those s...
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The European Red List is a review of the status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level – in order that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. This publication is a summary of the conservation status of...
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Introduction. The Kuril Islands Chain demarcates the boundary between the circumpolar and East Asian floras in the amphi-Pacific and is a trans-Oceanic migration route from warm-temperate insular East Asia to north-east Asia and Beringia. This paper reviews the flora of the northern part of Iturup Island in regards to its bryogeography and taxonomi...
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43 contributors from Central, Eastern and NE Europe as well as from Ecuador and India report on findings of 30 bryophyte species in different regions of the world. Among them, there are interesting records from Italy (Mannia californica, Ptychostomum arcticum), Czech Republic (Ortholimnobium handelii), Poland (Lophoziopsis propagulifera), Latvia (P...
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The moss family Hylocomiaceae is studied for the generic level taxonomy within a molecular phylogenetic approach. We confirm segregating of the species formerly known as Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus to Hylocomiadelphus Ochyra & Stebel from the genus Rhytidiadelphus . Hylocomiadelphus forms a clade with Loeskeobryum and Meteoriella , sharing with both...
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Molecular phylogenetic study of the genus Marsupella based on the dataset enriched by morphologically diverse specimens from Pacific Asia, the region with highest diversity of the genus, but still underexplored, reveals three new species: northern Indochinese M. vietnamica Bakalin & Fedosov, sp. nov., strictly Korean M. koreana Bakalin & Fedosov, s...
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Ellis L.T., Almeida L.A., Peralta D.F., Bačkor M., Baisheva E.Z., Bednarek-Ochyra H., Burghardt M., Czernyadjeva I.V., Kholod S.S., Potemkin A.D., Erdağ A., Kırmacı M., Fedosov V.E., Ignatov M.S., Koltysheva D.E., Flores J.R., Fuertes E., Goga M., Guo S.-L., Hofbauer W.K., Kurzthaler M., Kürschner H., Kuznetsova O.I., Lebouvier M., Long D.G., Mamon...
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Sofronova E.V., Bezgodov A.G., Biryukov R.Yu., Boychuk M.A., Braslavskaya T.Yu., Churakova E.Yu., Czernyadjeva I.V., Doroshina G.Ya., Dyachenko A.P., Ermokhina K.A., Fedosov V.E., Gri-shutkin O.G., Ignatov M.S., Ignatova E.A., Kholod S.S., Kolesnikova M.A., Konstantinova N.A., Kozhin M.N., Kudr E.V., Kuzmina E.Yu., Lavrskiy A.Yu., Morozova L.M., Mo...
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Molecular phylogenetic analysis supported an isolated position of Neckera polyclada within the "Pinnatella-clade" of the family Neckeraceae, thus it is segregated in a new monospecific genus Enrothia. The closest of relatives of Enrothia the obtained reconstructions, Neckera warburgii, N. himalayana, and Curvicladum kurzii never form a supported cl...
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Molecular phylogenetic analysis supports the position on the species known as Neckera konoi in the genus Forsstroemia, therefore it is transferred to this genus with a new combination, F. konoi (Broth.) Enroth, Fedosov & Ignatov. Molecular data also confirm the position of F. stricta Laz. described from the Russian Far East in F. producta, a pantro...
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A molecular phylogenetic analysis based on nuclear ITS, plastid trnS-F, rpl16, atpB-rbcL and mitochondrial nad5 revealed polyphyly in the genus Anomodon, and therefore its segregation into four genera is proposed. The largest clade includes A. viticulosus, the generitype of Anomodon, and all species with a broadly rounded leaf apex, including those...
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This is not a separate paper, but an online appendix to the paper about the bryophyte flora of Zhelania Cape (nortern extremity of the Novaya Zemlya Archipelago)
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First records of lichens for the Saratov Region, of mosses for the Franz Josef Land Archipelago, the republics of Karelia and Khakassia, Stavropol, Khabarovsk and Kamchatka Territories, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Yugra, Magadan Region and first records of liverworts for the Tula Region are presented. Data on localities, habitats, distribution o...
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New moss records from the Republic of Uzbekistan
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Софронова Е.В., Андреева Е.Н., Антипин В.К., Белкина О.А., Боровичев Е.А., Бойчук М.А., Данилевский Ю.В., Дорошина Г.Я., Ефремов А.Н., Федосов В.Э., Галанина О.В., Игнатов М.С., Игнатова Е.А., Капитонова О.А., Конечная Г.Ю., Константинова Н.А., Коткова В.М., Кожин М.Н., Кукуричкин Г.М., Кузьмина Е.Ю., Ламковски П., Лапшина Е.Д., Нешатаева В.Ю., Печ...
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The paper presents results of identification of an extensive set of collections of bryophytes obtained from the Novaya Zemlya Archipelago northern extremity, the last sector of polar deserts, which until now has been poorly explored for bryophyte flora. This checklist includes 24 liverwort and 135 moss species; fourteen species namely Lophoziopsis...
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Annotated list of moss flora of Zeysky Nature Reserve is presented. It includes 310 species, with 140 species newly recorded for the reserve and 25 species new for Amur Province, including two species, Hondaella caperata and Hyophila involuta from the Red Data Book of Russian Federation. Other interesting records include recently described species...
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The check-list of mosses of the southern part of the Russian Far East includes 816 species and 10 infraspecific taxa with references on their distribution in seven floristic regions within Primorsky and Khabarovsky Territories, Amurskaya and Sakhlinskaya Provinces and Evreiskaya Autonomous District. Seventy one species are excluded in the course of...
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Patterns of the Arctic and Hypoarctic (Subarctic) moss flora differentiation have been considered on 3 levels: ecotope - landscape - region, two former based on data from Anabar Plateau (Subarctic Siberia), and the latter with a circumpolar scope. Data on distribution of saxicolous mosses through the wide range of bedrocks was also analyzed. Multiv...