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  1. シンポジウム「蝦夷からアイヌへ」

    天野, 哲也
    文部科学省科学研究費補助金特定領域研究(2)(代表 中央大学/前川 要)『中世考古学の総合的研究-学融合を目指した新領域創生-』新領域創成部門A-01「中世日本列島北部からサハリンにおける民族の形成過程の解明 : 市場経済圏拡大の視点から」(研究代表者 北海道大学/天野哲也)

  2. Okhotsk culture formation, metamorphosis and ending : Japan and Russia cooperative symposium

    Amano, T; Vasilevski, A
    The 5th open symposium of the Hokkaido University Museum

  3. 北海道大学総合博物館ニュース

    藤田, 良治; 成田, 佳子

  4. Geographical Distribution Patterns of the Apiaceae in Sakhalin and the Kuril lslands

    Takahashi, Hideki
    Thirty species of the Apiaceae in Sakhalin (S) and the Kuril Islands (K) were examined on 1,592 specimens deposited in the main Japanese herbaria: KYO, SAPS, SAPT, TI and TNS. The geographical distribution of 27 of these 30 species was determined quantitatively. Ligusticum scoticum (number of specimens: S+K = 190) and Tilingia ajanensis (S+K = 171) represent the two most abundant species of the Apiaceae in these regions. The Sakhalin-Kurils index (S-K index: S-K/S+K) of L. scoticum showed a somewhat negative numerical value, -0.11, and that of T. ajanensis showed an especially negative value, -0.43, meaning a clear distribution bias...

  5. Additions to Chromosome Numbers for Vascular Plants from Sakhalin and the Kurile Islands (1)

    Probatova, Nina S.; Barkalov, Vyacheslav Yu.; Rudyka, Elvira G.; Kozhevnikova, Zoya V.
    As a supplement to chromosome information published in the book entitled "Caryology of the flora of Sakhalin and the Kurile Islands" (Probatova, Barkalov, Rudyka 2007), the chromosome numbers for 57 vascular plant species from Sakhalin and the Kurile Islands (44 genera, 21 families), are presented here. Twenty-two species were added to the Annotated list in the book mentioned above. Chromosome numbers are reported for the first time in the following six species: Cardamine sachalinensis, Elymus franchetii, Minuartia barkalovii, Oxytropis calcareorum, Persicaria extremiorientalis, Popoviocodonia stenocarpa (the first chromosome information for the genus Popoviocodonia). Additionally, new cytotypes are revealed in three species:...

  6. Comments on the Geography of Liverworts in the Kuril Islands with a List of Additions to the Liverwort Flora of Kunashir and Iturup of the Southern Kurils

    Bakalin, Vadim
    A gradual shift in liverwort flora from Subarctic to South Temperate elements occurrs across the entire reach of the Kuril Island Chain. The study of different groups of organisms, including liverworts, reveals this pattern. Thirty-two hepatic species found on the Kuril Islands show the southern limit of their distribution; most of these species belong to arctic, arctic-boreal and, less often, boreal floristic elements. The Kuril Islands represent a northern distribution boundary for 50 taxa that belong to southern temperate or even subtropic floristic elements. Liverwort flora at the northern and southern extremes of the Kuril Island Chain are qualitatively different...

  7. The Millipedes (Diplopoda) of the Sakhalin Island

    Mikhaljova, Elena V.
    A review of the millipede fauna of the Sakhalin Island is provided, with 13 recognizable species involved. A brief historical account, a comparative analysis, and some zoogeographical comments are provided. In addition, new faunistic records and data on the distribution of the island's species are given. Illustrations are provided for all species encountered. All currently known species from the Sakhalin Island are keyed.

  8. Redescription of Cyphon patiens Klausnitzer based on the Japanese Specimens

    Yoshitomi, Hiroyuki; Hayashi, Masakazu
    Cyphon patiens Klausnitzer is newly recorded from Japan, with redescription and figures.

  9. Geographical Distribution Patterns of the Ericaceae in Sakhalin and the Kurils

    Takahashi, Hideki
    Distribution patterns of thirty-one species of the Ericaceae native to Sakhalin and the Kuril Archipelago were analyzed quantitatively based on the herbarium specimens deposited in the main Japanese herbaria. Ledum palustre s. lat., Vaccinium vitis-idaea and Vaccinium uliginosum represent the three most abundant species of the Ericaceae in the regions. Many Sakhalin-Kurils indices (S-K indices) of the species of the Ericaceae show negative numbers, and it reflects more predominant arctic-alpine "heath" tundras found in the Kurils than in Sakhalin. Most species with high positive S-K indices meaning a distribution bias toward Sakhalin, have the circumpolar or Northeast Eurasian distribution patterns....

  10. A Floristic Study of the Vascular Plants of Kharimkotan, Kuril Islands

    Takahashi, Hideki; Barkalov, Vyacheslav Yu.; Gage, Sarah; Semsrott, Birgit; lIushko, Marina; Zhuravlev, Yuri N.
    The flora of Kharimkotan, the middle Kuril Islands, had not been known prior to field work performed under the auspices of the International Kuril Island Project (IKIP) in 1996 and 2000. A first checklist of the vascular plants including the old specimens collected by Tatewaki in 1930, is provided here. The list represents 46 families, 121 genera, 182 species, and 4 subspecies for the island. Dominant families are; Asteraceae (17 spp.), Poaceae (17 spp.), Cyperaceae (17 spp.), Brassicaceae (10 spp.), Rosaceae (10 spp.) and Ericaceae (10 spp.). The outline of the vegetation of Kharimkotan is also given.

  11. A Newly Compiled Checklist of the Vascular Plants of the Habomais, the Little Kurils

    Gage, Sarah; Joneson, Suzanne L.; Barkalov, Vyacheslav Yu.; Eremenko, Natalia A.; Takahashi, Hideki
    The new floristic checklist of the Habomais, the Little Kurils, was compiled from Barkalov and Eremenko (2003) and Eremenko (2003), and supplemented by the specimens collected by Gage and Joneson in 1998 and Eremenko in 2002. In the checklist, 61 families, 209 genera and 332 species were recognized. Scientific and vernacular names commonly adopted in Russian and Japanese taxonomic references are listed and compared, and some taxonomic notes are also added. This list will contribute the future critical taxonomic and nomenclatural studies on the vascular plants in this region. The plants of each individual island in the Habomais are listed...

  12. Further Chromosome Studies on Vascular Plant Species from Sakhalin, Moneran and Kurile Islands

    Probatova, Nina S.; Barkalov, Vyacheslav Yu.; Rudyka, Elvira G.; Pavlova, Nonna S.
    Chromosome numbers for 86 vascular plant species of 69 genera and 32 families, from Sakhalin, Moneron and Kurile Islands, are given. The chromosome numbers are reported here for the first time for the following 17 species: Arabis japonica, Artemisia punctigera, Calamagrostis urelytra, Callianthemum sachalinense, Cerastium sugawarae, Dianthus sachalinensis, Lonicera tolmatchevii, Melandrium sachalinense, Myosotis sachalinensis, Oxytropis austrosachalinensis, O. helenae, O. sachalinensis, Polemonium schizanthum, Ranunculus hultenii, Rubus pseudochamaemorus, Scrophularia grayana and Senecio dubitabilis. In addition, for Alchemilla gracilis, Allium ochotense, Caltha fistulosa, Chrysosplenium kamtschaticum, Draba cinerea, Echinochloa occidentalis, Erysimum pallasii, Sagina crassicaulis and Stellaria fenzlii, new cytotypes were revealed. At present, in...

  13. Occurrence of Eurycercus (Teretifrons) glacialis Lilljeborg, 1887 (Cladocera, Chydoridae) on Sakhalin Island

    Minakawa, Noboru; Tanaka, Susumu; Bogatov, Victor V.
    Here we report the first observation of Eurycercus glacialis on Sakhalin Island. The abundance of this species in a lake was positively associated with aquatic vegetation. The morphological characteristics of the specimens collected on Sakhalin are described.

  14. Millipedes (Diplopoda) of the Kurile Islands

    Mikhaljova, Elena V.; Marusik, Yuri M.
    The millipede fauna of the Kurile Islands is reviewed, with 11 recognizable species involved, all arranged in a catalogue-like way. A brief historical account, new faunistic records, a comparative analysis, and zoogeographical notes are given. Remarks and illustrations are provided for all species encountered, including data on the taxonomy, distribution and ecology. All species currently known from Kurile Islands are keyed.

  15. Terrestrial Hydrophilid Beetles of the Kuril Archipelago (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae)

    Ôhara, Masahiro; Jia, Fenglong
    Terrestrial hydrophilid beetles species (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) occurring in the Kuril Archipelago in the northwestern Pacific are reviewed. Based on literature records, museum collections and material from recent expeditions, 17 species (including 2 unidentified) are known from this archipelago. A detail report on 5 species is given on the basis of about 1,260 adult specimens collected in the Kuril Islands by International Kuril Island Project (IKIP). IKIP was a joint Japanese-Russian-American expedition conducted between 1994- 2000.

  16. The Subfamily Staphylininae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae) in the Kuril Archipelago

    Shibata, Yasutoshi; Maruyama, Munetoshi; Ôhara, Masahiro
    A species list of the subfamily Staphylininae of the family Staphylinidae in the Kuril Archipelago is given. Twenty four species are recognized in the Kuril Archipelago based on literature records and the specimens collected during field surveys of the International Kuril Island Project. Of those, Medhiama paupera, Philonthus (Onychophilonthus) tarsalis, P. (P.) cf. azabuensis, P. (P.) oberti, P. (P.) succicola, P. (P.) wuesthoffi, Ocypus (Pseudocypus) nigroaeneus, Liusus humeralis, Quedius (Microsaurus) mesomelinus, Q. (Raphirus) sublimbatus and Q. (R.) Fulvicollis are new to Kuril Archipelago, Othius rosti is new to Kunashir and Urup, P. (P.) nudus is new to Urup, Chirpoi, Simushir,...

  17. On the Systematic Status of Lathrobium (s. str.) japonicum kunashiriense Y. Watanabe (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)

    Watanabe, Yasuaki
    Biodiversity and Biogeography of the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin vol.2

  18. A Checklist of Heteroptera of the Kuril Islands and Brief Zoogeographical Survey of the Fauna

    Kanyukova, Elena V.; Marusik, Yuri M.
    A list of Heteroptera species found in the Kuril Islands, a history of investigation and brief zoogeographical analysis are presented. Heteroptera were found on 24 islands of 30 studied. The check-list encompasses 236 species belonging to 27 families. The number of species found on individual islands ranges from 1 to 218 (Kunashir). The fauna of the southern islands is much more diverse than that of the northern islands. The fauna of the Kuril Islands is more diverse than the faunas of Kamchatka (110) and Sakhalin (226), but much less diverse than the fauna of Hokkaido (450). Ninety-eight species occurring in...

  19. New Evidence for Expansion of the Jomon Culture and the Ainu into the Kuril lslands: from IKIP 2000 Anthropological Research in the Kuril lslands

    Tezuka, Kaoru; Fitzhugh, Ben
    This article presents the results of our 2000 IKIP fieldwork and focuses on applying Japanese archaeological knowledge to the consideration of Kuril prehistory. The characteristics of the distribution of both Epi-Jomon and Okhotsk cultures based on ceramics excavated on Matua Island, Kama River site on Urup Island, and the Peschanaya Bay Site on Chirpoi Island in terms of culture history are described (Table 1). It was noteworthy for us to find terminal Jomon and Epi-Jomon cord-marked ceramics in the stratigraphy that extend the geographic distribution of this culture farther northeast in the Kuril Islands than had previously been known. The...

  20. A new species of the genus Kisaura (Trichoptera: Philopotamidae) from the east Palaearctic

    Kuhara, Naotoshi; Arefina, Tatyana I.
    The male and female of a new philopotamid species, Kisaura dichotoma, is described from the islands of Kunashir, Hokkaidô, Honshû, Shikoku and Kyûshû in the east Palaearctic.

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