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Nefediev P.S.,Altai State University | Nefedieva J.S.,Barnaul Branch of OJSC GIPRODORNII | Jankowski K.,Siedlce University Of Natural Sciences And Humanities
Invertebrate Zoology | Year: 2015

The present work puts on record the genus Julus Linnaeus, 1758 and J. kazakhus Mikhaljova, 2013, as well as the family Julidae and the order Julida they belong to, as new to the millipede fauna of Mongolia. © INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY, 2015.


Nefediev P.S.,Altai State University | Kocourek P.,Chynava 27 | Nefedieva J.S.,Barnaul Branch of OJSC GIPRODORNII
Arthropoda Selecta | Year: 2016

Based on the latest review of the anthropochore millipede fauna of Asian Russia, 9 species from 7 genera, 5 families and two orders of Diplopoda are known to occur there as anthropochore introductions [Nefediev et al., 2014]. The present record of the polydesmid millipede, Polydesmus inconstans Latzel, 1884, which is new to the millipede fauna of the Asian part of Russia, increases the number of invasive diplopod species in the territory to ten. © ARTHROPODA SELECTA, 2016.


Nefediev P.S.,Altai State University | Nefedieva J.S.,Barnaul Branch of OJSC GIPRODORNII | Dyachkov Y.V.,Altai State University
Arthropoda Selecta | Year: 2014

The anthropochore millipede fauna of Asian Russia is reviewed, based on the available literature records, as well as new samples from the Altai Province and only partly published, freshly revised material [Nefediev, Nefedieva, 2006, 2011]. The julid genus Brachyiulus Berlese, 1884, as well as B. jawlowskii Lohmander, 1928, are new to the millipede faunas of Asian Russia and Kazakhstan. The polydesmid genus Brachydesmus Heller, 1858 and B. superus Latzel, 1884 are reported from Asian Russia for the first time. Both the genus Poratia Cook et Cook, 1894 and P. digitata (Porat, 1889), as well as the family Pyrgodesmidae they belong to, are formally new to the millipede fauna of Russia. The subcosmopolitan Nopoiulus kochii (Gervais, 1847) is recorded in Kazakhstan for the first time. Remarks are provided for all of the anthropochore species of the study area, all being mapped as well. © 2014 ARTHROPODA SELECTA.


Mikhaljova E.V.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Nefediev P.S.,Altai State University | Nefedieva J.S.,Barnaul Branch of OJSC GIPRODORNII | Dyachkov Y.V.,Altai State University
Zootaxa | Year: 2015

The diplopod genus Leptoiulus Verhoeff, 1894 is new to the fauna of the Asian part of Russia, due to the discovery of L. tigirek sp. nov. from the south-western part of the Altai Province, Siberia. A description of the new species and infor-mation on its habitats, numbers and locomotor activity as well as comparison with the European Leptoiulus trilineatus (C.L. Koch, 1847) are presented. Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press.


Nefedieva J.S.,Barnaul Branch of OJSC GIPRODORNII | Nefediev P.S.,Altai State University | Sakhnevich M.B.,Altai State Nature Biosphere Reserve | Dyachkov Y.V.,Altai State University
ZooKeys | Year: 2015

The distribution of millipedes along an altitudinal gradient in the south of Lake Teletskoye, Altai, Russia based on new samples from the Kyga Profile sites, as well as on partly published and freshly revised mate­rial (Mikhaljova et al. 2007, 2008, 2014, Nefedieva and Nefediev 2008, Nefediev and Nefedieva 2013, Nefedieva et al. 2014), is established. The millipede diversity is estimated to be at least 15 species and subspecies from 10 genera, 6 families and three orders. The bulk of species diversity is confined both to low- and mid-mountain chern taiga forests and high-mountain shrub tundras, whereas the highest num­bers, reaching up to 130 ind./m², is shown in subalpine Pinus sibirica sparse growths. Based on clustering studied localities on species diversity similarity two groups of sites are defined: low-mountain sites and subalpine sparse growths of P. sibirica ones. © Julia S. Nefedieva et al.

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