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Sidorov, V. V. (2016)
Publisher: Altai State University, Biological Faculty
Journal: Acta Biologica Sibirica
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: ПАУКИ, УДМУРТИЯ, ИСТОРИЯ НАУКИ, ФАУНА, ЭКОЛОГИЯ, Южная Сибирь; пауки; Aranei; Алтайский край; Белокуриха; ООПТ; фауна., фауна., Алтайский край, Biology; Zoology; Entomology., Agriculture, Южная Сибирь, S, Aranei, Белокуриха, :ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ И ТОЧНЫЕ НАУКИ::Биология [ЭБ БГУ], Биология; Зоология; Энтомология, ПАУКИ, ФАУНА, СОКОЛЬИ ГОРЫ, СРЕДНЕЕ ПОВОЛЖЬЕ, пауки, ООПТ, ПАУКИ, ФАУНА, СТЕПИ, СРЕДНЕЕ ПОВОЛЖЬЕ, РУССКАЯ РАВНИНА, УЛЬЯНОВСКАЯ ОБЛАСТЬ, РОССИЯ, South Siberia; spiders; Aranei; Altai Krai; Belokurikha; natural protected area; fauna.
All spider species had been collected on spring wheat field we have divided into three groups: spiders of the field, meadow and wood. We supposed that large spiders migrated on the field mainly from meadow while small forms inhabited on the field permanently. Migration of spiders from wood had not rendered significant influence on spider complex of the field. = Изучен видовой состав и численность пауков, обитающих на поле яровой пшеницы. Рассмотрены особенности формирования комплекса пауков за счет миграции их на поле из сопредельных биотопов. Установлено, что граничащие с полем естественные биотопы оказывают существенное влияние на видовой состав и численность пауков яровой пшеницы.
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