Yuliia Khimich

Yuliia Khimich
Kola Science Centre · Institute of North Industrial Ecology Problems

PhD

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the description of the excursion route on mountain slope in Polar-Alpine Botanical Garden, with more than 200 images of plants and landscapes
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A total of 11 ascomycete and 116 basidiomycete species have been recorded for the first time from 30 administrative regions of Russia: species). An annotated species list containing the data on location, substrate, habitat type and voucher numbers is provided. Favolaschia calocera, Hygrophorus exiguus, and Laetisaria lichenicola are reported as the...
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The article provides information about new findings of fungi included in the Red Data Book of Murmansk province after the publication of its second edition (2014): Cantharellus cibarius, Clavariadelphus pistillaris, C. truncatus, Clavicorona taxophila, Cortinarius violaceus, Dichomitus squalens, Flaviporus citrinellus, Hericium coralloides, Junghuh...
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The species richness and ecological-morphological structure of the aboveground vegetation and mycobiota are actively changing as a result of rapid climatic changes in high latitudes. In the Russian Arctic, monitoring studies of the relationship between plant and fungal components have been carried out for half a century. The paper discusses the iss...
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A total of 72 basidiomycete species have been recorded for the first time from 13 administrative regions of Russia: Altai Krai, Altai Republic, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Bryansk Oblast, Kostroma Oblast, Leningrad Oblast, Murmansk Oblast, Novgorod Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Oryol Oblast, Yaroslavl Oblast, Saint-Petersburg, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug....
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Twenty-eight noteworthy species of aphyllophoroid fungi were recorded in the Murmansk Region (north-eastern Fennoscandia, Russia). Twenty-one species were reported for the first time in the region: Ceratellopsis corneri, Clavaria amoenoides, C. flavipes, Clavulinopsis umbrinella, Fibulomyces mutabilis, Hydnomerulius pinastri, Hyphoderma sibiricum,...
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Приводятся сведения о 88 значимых находках 57 видов сосудистых растений, печеночников, лишайников и грибов, сделанных в последние годы в Мурманской области. К значимым находкам отнесены виды, впервые выявленные в регионе, охраняемые в России и/или Мурманской области, новые для отдельных ООПТ, прочие редкие виды, обычно известные в области не более...
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The diversity and distribution of rare and threatened fungi, lichens, mosses, liverworts and vascular plants listed in the Red Data Books of the Murmansk Region (regionally red-listed) and Russia (nationally red-listed) within the Murmansk part of the Green Belt of Fennoscandia (GBF) are discussed. Records include 261 regionally red-listed species...
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The studies of cryptogams in the Green Belt of Fennoscandia (GBF) within Murmansk Region are reviewed and summarized. This territory, important in terms of biodiversity conservation, encompasses 13 operating protected areas, yet remains insufficiently studied. At first, since the mid-19th century, Finnish scientists played the key role in detecting...
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The purpose of this study was to compile a comprehensive characterization of little-known polypores, which have recently been found to possess anticancer activity and thus can also be used in cancer target therapy. Haploporus odorus is a polypore of Holarctic distribution and have been found by harvesters working in taiga floodlands and broadleaf f...
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A total of 94 species of fungi have been recorded for the first time from 11 administrative regions of Russia: Arkhangelsk Oblast, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Murmansk Oblast, Orenburg Oblast, Rostov Oblast, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Volgograd Oblast, Vologda Oblast, Komi Republic, Mari El Republic, Republic of Tatarstan. An annotated species list containing the...
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A total of 114 species of fungi have been recorded for the first time from 14 administrative regions of European Russia: Arkhangelsk Oblast, Belgorod Oblast, Kirov Oblast, Murmansk Oblast, Novgorod Oblast, Oryol Oblast, Penza Oblast, Rostov Oblast, Tula Oblast, Ulyanovsk Oblast, Republic of Crimea, Republic of Tatarstan. An annotated species list c...
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Labels of 15 fungi herbarium specimens from Murmansk Region are presented. Each specimen is annotated by scientific name, geographic place and coordinates, habitat, substratum, date of collection, the col-lector's and identifier’s names, and herbarium number.
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The present paper provides new information on the distribution of three rare aphyllophoroid fungi (Haploporus odorus (Sommerf.) Bondartsev & Singer, Skeletocutis lilacina A. David & Jean Keller, Trametes trogii Berk.) in East Fennoscandia. Their distributions and ecological features are discussed.
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The first record of Leptosporomyces mundus in Russia is reported. The short note on distribution of this species in East Europe as well as main diagnostic features are presented. An detailed description of Russian material on the species is given and additional Transcarpatian (Ukraine) material is cited. It is supposed that the earlier record of L....
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Important findings of 49 species of vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, lichens and aphyllophoroid fungi acquired lately from the utter North-West of Russia are reported. The findings were considered important if they were newly detected for the Murmansk Region, red-listed in Russia and/or Murmansk Region, new for the Pasvik Strict Nature Reserve,...
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The list of ground-dwelling aphyllophoroid fungi of the Lapland State Biosphere Reserve is presented on the basis of expedition materials and revision of herbarium specimens. The article addressed the issue of their distribution within the reserve and in the Murmansk Region at large. At the moment, there are 73 species in the reserve territory, 51...
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Labels of 15 fungi herbarium specimens from Murmansk Region are presented. Each specimen is annotated by scientific name, geographic place and coordinates, habitat, substratum, date of collection, the collector's and identifier’s names, and herbarium number.
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A total of 74 species of aphyllophoroid fungi have been recorded for the first time from 5 administrative regions of European Russia: Arkhangelsk Oblast, Kaluga Oblast, Murmansk Oblast, Republic of Mordovia, Republic of Tatarstan. An annotated species list containing the data on location, substrate, habitat type and voucher numbers is provided. The...
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Data on five species of aphyllophoroid fungi new in the Murmansk Region ( Antodiella leucoxantha, Ganoderma applanatum, Hericium cirrhatum, Sistotrema confluens, Xanthoporus syringae ) are reported. All the records derive from the towns of Apatity and Monchegorsk. The biota of aphyllophoroid fungi of the Murmansk Region currently includes 362 speci...
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The paper deals with little-known taxa of resupinate tinder fungi which were regarded till now in artificial genus Ceriporiopsis. These fungi have rather uniform superficial characteristics (light-colored prostrate annual basidiomata with tubular hymenophore and wide ellipsoid basidiospores), but differ each from others by thin features of key stru...
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В заповеднике "Пасвик" (Мурманская обл.) на полярной границе леса обнаружено 124 вида афиллофороидных грибов. Обсуждаеются находки редких видов и их экологические особенности.
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Подведены некоторые итоги изучения афиллофороидных грибов заповедника «Пасвик», расположенного на северо-западе Мурманской области. Выявлено 124 вида афиллофороидных грибов, из них 47 являются новыми для заповедника «Пасвик». Восемнадцать видов в микобиоте Мурманской области выявлены впервые: Antrodiella onychoides, A. romellii, Botryobasidium laev...
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The present paper deals with results of mycological study on the Pasvik State Nature Reserve located in the north-west part of Murmansk Region on the border of Russia and Norway. Special interest of this study is to investigate mycobiota of pine forests on the northern limit of their distribution. In total, 124 species of aphyllophoroid fungi were...
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In total 56 species of aphyllophoroid fungi are recorded for the reserved part of Turiy Peninsula, 42 of them are new for Kandalaksha State Nature Reserve. Six species (Byssocorticium atrovirens, Botryobasidium candicans, Hapalopilus ochraceolateritius, Hydnum rufescens, Hyphodontia borealis, Sistotrema muscicola) are listed for the first time for...
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There are 18 species of macromycetes (Microstoma protractum (Fr.) Kanouse, Sarcosoma globosum (Schmidel) Casp., Cortinarius violaceus (L.) Gray, Laccaria amethystina Cooke., Elmerina caryae (Schwein.) D. A. Reid, Cantharellus cibarius Fr., Clavariadelphus pistillaris (L.: Fr.) Donk, Clavariadelphus truncatus (Quél.) Donk, Sidera lenis (P. Karst.) M...
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As a result of mycological studies of the Kuniyok River Valley (Khibiny Mts.) in 2006 and 2010 35 species of aphyllophoroid fungi were identified. Four species (Skeletocutis papyracea, Trechispora stellulata, Tubulicrinis borealis, T. effugiens) are recorded for the first time for the Murmansk Region.
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In spruce forests of the Murmansk region have been carried out researches with different prescription of a fire: 6, 15, 30-50 and 80-100 years. The structure of a forest stand at different stages post-fire succession has been investigated, the diversity xylotrophic basidiomycetes has been determined. In the forest after fire (6 year) often meeting...

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The goal is to establish the level of taxonomic richness and eco-morphological structure of various groups of macromycete communities in all longitudinal sectors and latitudinal zones of the Russian Arctic in the 20th century and compare it with current parameters. To study the relationship of the revealed changes in the structure of mycobiota with abiotic, biotic and anthropogenic environmental factors.