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?5? (Biodiversity and Biogeography of the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin volume 3.)

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  1. 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...
    - 21-oct-2017

  2. 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:...
    - 21-oct-2017

  3. 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...
    - 21-oct-2017

  4. 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.
    - 21-oct-2017

  5. 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.
    - 21-oct-2017

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