Society For Biological Research Sergej D Matvejev

Belgrade, Serbia

Society For Biological Research Sergej D Matvejev

Belgrade, Serbia
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Lukic D.,Society For Biological Research Sergej D Matvejev | Nahirnic A.,Society For Biological Research Sergej D Matvejev | Markovic A.,Society For Biological Research Sergej D Matvejev | Karan Znidarsic T.,University of Belgrade | And 2 more authors.
Acta Zoologica Bulgarica | Year: 2012

Data hitherto emphasized the problem of inadequate knowledge of Serbia as large branchiopods are concerned. The main objective of this work is to recheck the known distribution of some species and genera, as well as extend this knowledge to the less explored parts of the country. The aim of the survey was also to complement previous data, that were mainly been focused to the northern parts of the country. The study revealed occurrence and updated distribution of Anostraca (6 species), Notostraca (2 species) and Spinicaudata (2 species). We believe that present knowledge of our branchiopod fauna is far from being complete, but this updated distribution would partly filled the gap existing, mainly for Central and Southern regions of Serbia.


Sciban M.,Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia | Markovic A.,Society For Biological Research Sergej D Matvejev | Lukic D.,Society For Biological Research Sergej D Matvejev | Milicic D.,Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia | Milicic D.,University of Belgrade
North-Western Journal of Zoology | Year: 2014

Autumn populations of two large branchiopod species, Branchinecta orientalis and Chirocephalus diaphanus in the area of southern part of Central European Lowlands (Pannonian Plain) are here reported for the first time. During surveys carried out in 2007-2013, autumn populations were observed in November 2009 (C. diaphanus) and in October 2012 (B. orientalis). Autumn specimens were smaller compared to those caught in spring. Although the two species were found in the same area, their habitats were spatially separated: B. orientalis was recorded only in the soda lake Rusanda, while C. diaphanus was found only in small ephemeral ponds placed over the surrounding meadows. Appearance of autumn populations point to the ecologically tolerant character of these species, and suggests they are able to tolerate lower temperatures during growth. © NwjZ, Oradea, Romania, 2014.

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