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Authors: Доровских, Г. Н.
Title: Компонентные сообщества паразитов гольяна Phoxinus phoxinus (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae) из водоемов севера Восточно–Европейской части России
Other Titles: The component communities of parasites of the minnow Phoxinus phoxinus (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae) from the water bodies of the north east European part of Russia
Issue Date: 2016
Language (ISO): Russian
Pages: 25-28
Description: The collection of the material was produced by the conventional method since 1992 to 2013 from Crooked Lake to Kolguev, the basin Pechora River (Rivers Schapkina, Kolva, Vorkuta), Rivers Volonga, Sea-U, the basin Kara River (Rivers Kara, Halmer-U and Nikaramata Lake) and Mercempertato Lake (peninsula Yamal). We studied 436 specimens of Phoxinus phoxinus 1+-3+. In the studied reservoirs, with the exception of Kolva River, parasite fauna minnow impoverished and largely random nature. In Rivers Kolva and Schapkina the component communities of parasites of the minnow are mature (balanced). These communities of parasites of the minnow consist of three species groups distinguished by their proportions in the total biomass. In Rivers Sea-U, Vorkuta, Kara, Halmer-U, Lake Nikaramata and Crooked Lake on Kolguev, and, probably, Mercempertato Lake community immature parasites (unbalanced). These communities of parasites of the minnow consist of one to three species groups, distinguished by their proportions in the total biomass. Characteristics of communities of parasites from Mercempertato Lake and Volonga River require clarification. Communication of conditions of the described parasitic communities of a minnow with geological age (quarternary history) of the territory is tracked.
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