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Abstract of a scientific article on biological sciences, author of a scientific work - Kozminykh Vladislav Olegovich

The list of terrestrial invertebrate taxa registered on the territory of the Belogorsky nature reserve in the Kungursky District of the Perm Territory includes 27 families, 8 orders, and 3 classes of arthropods (Arthropoda). For the first time, 6 species of insects (Insecta) were noted for the Perm Territory: Lixus pulverulentus Scop. (Coleoptera, Curculionidae), Anthobium atrocephalum Gyll., Lordithon pulchellus Mnnh., Rugilus rufipes Germ. (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae), Picromerus bidens L., Rubiconia intermedia Wolff (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae).

First records of invertebrates in the Belogorskiy Nature Reserve (the Perm region)

The article presents the results of the study of invertebrates in the Belogorskiy Nature Reserve in the Kungur district of the Perm region. The taxa list includes 53 species, 27 families, 8 orders and 3> Arthropoda). Six insect species were recorded in the Perm region for the first time: Lixus pulverulentus Scop. (Coleoptera, Curculionidae), Anthobium atrocephalum Gyll., Lordithon pulchellus Mnnh., Rugilus rufipes Germ. (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae), Picromerus bidens L., Rubiconia intermedia Wolff (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae).

The text of the scientific work on the topic "The first data on invertebrates of the Belogorsky Reserve (Perm Territory)"

UDC 592.2 + 595.7: 57.081.1 (470.53-751.2) DOI 10.24411 / 2411-0051-2018-10204

The first data on invertebrates of the Belogorsky nature reserve (Perm Territory)

EP Kozminykh Vladislav Olegovich, Perm State. humanitarian pedagogical

University, st. Siberian, 24, Perm, 614990, [email protected], Kuops $ Y @ tai. gee

Received October 2, 2018

The list of terrestrial invertebrate taxa recorded on the territory of the Belogorsky nature reserve in the Kungursky district of the Perm Territory includes 27 families, 8 orders and three arthropods (Arthropoda). For the first time, 6 species of insects (Insecta) were noted for the Perm Territory: Lixus pulverulentus Scop. (Coleoptera, Curculionidae), Anthobium atrocephalum Gyll., Lordithon pulchellus Mnnh., Rugilus rufipes Germ. (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae), Picromerus bidens L., Rubiconia intermedia Wolff (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae).

Key words: arthropods, Arthropoda, insects, Insecta, new finds.

The Belogorsky State Natural Biological Reserve of regional significance with an area of ​​21.3 thousand hectares is located 35 km southwest of the city of Kun-gur in the vicinity of the villages of Bym, Kalinino, and Yugovskoye. On the territory of the reserve there are grassy and complex spruce forests, fir-spruce forests, secondary spruce-linden communities with birch, mountain ash and alder; floodplain lakes are found in the valleys of the Bym, South, Birma rivers (Especially Protected. 2002, Atlas, 2017). The avifauna of the reserve has been studied: more than 80 species of birds have been registered. About 30 species were recorded in the theriofauna, and the density of some hunting animals was determined (Atlas, 2017). Information about invertebrates, including insects, this natural territory to date have been absent. The presented work provides information on the findings of invertebrates with the necessary comments.

Invertebrates were collected on September 3, 2018 by the manual method and by cutting net for fauna in coniferous and mixed forests and in fields with weed-grass forbs. The gathering place is 3-5 km southwest of the village. Bym, 6-8 km northwest of the village. Kalinino, in the vicinity of. Belaya Gora and on the territory of the Belogorsky Monastery (coordinate range 57 ° 2о'-57 ° 24 'N, 56 ° 14'-56 ° i8' E).

Quantitative data on collected invertebrates are given in the table. Taxa from species to family are included alphabetically; the highest taxa of rank of order and older are in the accepted taxonomic order (Zhang, 2011, 2013). The specific locations of the biocenoses indicated in the table are described below:

I. The northern part of the territory of the Belogorsky Nicholas monastery in with. Belaya Gora (about 400 m above sea level). Flower beds

© Kozminykh V.O., 2018

The number of instances of arthropods (Arthropoda) collected in the Belo-Gorsky nature reserve

Number of Arthropoda specimens collected in the Belogorskiy Nature Reserve

Places of finds, number of copies. I II III IV V

Type Arthropoda von Siebold, 1848 - arthropod 6 22 473 442 113

Subtype Chelicerata Heymons, 1901 - Chelicerae

Class Arachnida Cuvier, 1812 - arachnids 1 37 3 39

Neg. Opiliones Sundevall, 1833 - Mowers

Sem. Phalangiidae Latreille, 1802

Mitopus morio (Fabricius, 1779) 1

Oligolophus tridens (C. L. Koch, 1836) 2 7

Neg. Araneae Clerck, 1757 (Aranei) - spiders

Sem. Araneidae Leach, 1819

Araneidae gen., Spp. 10 30

Sem. Lycosidae Sundevall, 1833

Lycosidae gen., Sp. eleven

Sem. Salticidae Blackwall, 1841

Salticidae gen., Sp. 3

Sem. Tetragnathidae Menge, 1866

Tetragnathidae gen., Sp. 2

Sem. Thomisidae Sundevall, 1833

Thomisidae gen., Spp. 21 1 1

Subtype Hexapoda Latreille, 1825 - Six-legged

Collembola Lubbock Class, 1870 - Tailtail

Neg. Entomobryomorpha Börner, 1913

Sem. Orchesellidae Börner, 1906

Orchesella flavescens (Bourlet, 1839) 1

Collembola varia gen., Spp. 4

Class Insecta Linnaeus, 1758 - insects 6 21 436 435 73

Neg. Orthoptera Olivier, 1789 - Orthoptera

Sem. Tettigoniidae Stoll, 1788

Tettigonia cantans (Fuessly, 1775) 1

Neg. Hemiptera Linnaeus, 1758 - half-winged

Subdot Auchenorrhyncha Duméril, 1806

Infraotr. Cicadomorpha Evans, 1946 - Cicadas

Cicadomorpha varia spp. 1 61 2

Subdot Heteroptera Linnaeus, 1758 - real semi-rigid - 3 12 301 47

Sem. Anthocoridae Fieber, 1836

Anthocoridae gen., Sp. 3

Continuation of the table Table (continued)

Places of finds, number of copies. I II III IV V

Sem. Coreidae Leach, 1815 Nemocoris falleni R. F. Sahlberg, 1848

Sem. Miridae Hahn, 1833 Adelphocoris quadripunctatus (Fabricius, 1794) Halticus apterus (Linnaeus, 1758) Lyguspunctatus (Zetterstedt, 1839) Orthops basalis (A. Costa, 1853) Stenodema holsata (Fabricius, 1787) S. laevuse genna Linna (1787) ., sp.

Sem. Nabidae A. Costa, 1853 Nabis (Nabicula) flavomarginatus Scholtz, 1847 N. (Nabis) ferus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Sem. Rhopalidae Amyot et Serville, 1843 Corizus hyoscyami (Linnaeus, 1758) Rhopalus parumpunctatus (Schilling, 1829) R. subrufus (Gmelin, 1790) Stictopleurus crassicornis (Linnaeus, 1758)

Sem. Scutelleridae Leach, 1815 Eurygaster testudinaria (Geoffroy, 1785)

Neg. Hymenoptera Linnaeus, 1758 - Hymenoptera Sem. Formicidae Linnaeus, 1758 - Ants Formica rufa Linnaeus, 1761 Myrmica ruginodis Nylander, 1846 Hymenoptera varia gen., Spp.

Continuation of the table Table (continued)

Places of finds, number of copies. I II III IV V

Neg. Coleoptera Linnaeus, 1758 - beetles (beetles) 3 8 53 428 11

Sem. Brentidae Billberg, 1820

Brentidae gen., Spp. 10 5

Sem. Carabidae Latreille, 1802 - ground beetles

Pterostichus (Bothriopterus) oblongopunctatus (Fabricius, 1787) 1

Trechus (Epaphius) secalis (Paykull, 1790) 1

Sem. Chrysomelidae Latreille, 1802 - leaf beetles

Chrysolina (Hypericia) geminata (Paykull, 1799) 3

Cryptocephalus aureolus Suffrian, 1847 1

Alticinae gen., Spp. 1 7

Sem. Coccinellidae Latreille, 1807 - Cows

Coccinella septempunctata Linnaeus, 1758 1 1

Propylea quatuordecimpunctata (Linnaeus, 1758) 1 1

Psyllobora vigintiduopunctata (Linnaeus, 1758) 2 2

Semiadalia notata (Laicharting, 1781) 1 3 2

Sem. Curculionidae Latreille, 1802 - Weevils

Lixus (Dilixellus) pulverulentus (Scopoli, 1763) * 1

Sciaphilus asperatus (Bonsdorff, 1785) 1 1

Sitona spp. 1 20

Ceutorhynchinae gen., Spp. 1

Sem. Elateridae Leach, 1815 - Nutcrackers

Elateridae larvae gen., Sp. 3

Sem. Hydrophilidae Latreille, 1802 - Divers

Hydrophilidae gen., Sp. 1

Sem. Nitidulidae Latreille, 1802 - Sparkles

Cychramus luteus (Fabricius, 1787) 353

C. variegatus (Herbst, 1792) 20

Sem. Staphylinidae Latreille, 1802 - Staphylins

Anthobium atrocephalum (Gyllenhal, 1827) * 1

Lordithon (Bolitobius) lunulatus (Linnaeus, 1760) 10

L. (B.) pulchellus (Mannerheim, 1830) * 5

Omalium rivulare (Paykull, 1789) 1

Philonthus decorus (Gravenhorst, 1802) 1

Rugilus ruflpes Germar, 1836 * 6

Tachinus pallipes (Gravenhorst, 1806) 1

T. proximus Kraatz, 1855 1

T. ruflpes (Linnaeus, 1758) 1

Tachyporus obtusus (Linnaeus, 1767) 1

Aleocharinae gen., Spp. 20***

End of table Table (end)

Places of finds, number of copies. I II III IV V

Sem. Tenebrionidae Latreille, 1802 - Darkling Lagria hirta (Linnaeus, 1758) Coleoptera gen., Sp. Coleoptera varia larvae spp.

Neg. Diptera Linnaeus, 1758 - dipterans Sem. Hippoboscidae Samouelle, 1819 - bloodsucker flies Hippoboscidae gen., Sp. Diptera varia gen., Spp.

Note: * - insect species first recorded in the Perm Territory (hereinafter), ** - one evading specimen was found. $ with unusually long lateral angles of pronotum, *** - 3 species of staphilins subfamilies. Aleocharinae Fleming, 1821 (indet.)

near buildings, weed-grass forbs, paths. Manual collection.

II. 5 km south of the village. Bym, 3 km south-east of the village. White Mountain. Weed-grass forbs with sow thistle at the side of the highway at the edge of a grassy spruce-linden forest with a birch. Mowing Fauna: 100 swings.

III. 5 km south-east of the village. White Mountain. Field with weedy herbs, cereals and sow thistle, fringe of grassy spruce-linden forest with birch, mountain ash and alder. Manual collection, fauna cuts: 500 strokes.

IV. 5 km south-east of the village. White Mountain. Grassy spruce-linden forest with birch, mountain ash and alder, on stumps and in the litter, on mushroom mushrooms Armillaria mellea (Vahl) P. Kumm and Kuehneromyces mutabilis (Schaeff.) Singer et Sm. Manual collection.

V. 3 km north-west of the village. Kalini no. Fir-spruce forest with mountain ash, fringe, clearings, weed forbs with cereals and sow thistle by the highway. Hand picking, fauna cuts: 150 strokes.

A total of 1056 specimens were collected. arthropods belonging to 3 classes, 8 orders and 27 families, and 53 species, mainly insects (5 orders, 20 families, 50 species), are registered. Of the arachnid class, 5 families were noted

from the suborder of true Hemoptera - 7 (24 species identified), from the order of Coleopterans - 10 (23). For the first time, bugs (Insecta, subgroup Heteroptera) - Pi-cromerus bidens L. and Rubiconia intermedia Wolff, and coleopterans (Insecta, neg. Coleoptera) - Lixus pulverulentus Scop. (family Curculionidae), Anthobium atroceph-alum Gyll., Lordithon pulchellus Mnnh., Ru-gilus rufipes Germ. (family Staphylinidae). A card index has been compiled and the basis of the invertebrate database of the reserve has been formed.

Below is an analysis of the distribution in the Urals and the biotopic confinement of some of the detected species in comparison with the available materials in the Perm Territory.

1. Orchesella flavescens (Bourlet, 1839). Northern Ural: Komi Republic - Bely Nature Reserve, Pechora-Ilychsky Reserve (Yurkina, 2007, Taskaeva, 2010, 2015, Shman, Taskaeva, 2011), Sverdlovsk Region

- Reserve “Denezhkin Stone” (Kvashnina, 2016). Middle Urals: Perm Territory

- Perm, floodplain p. Kama (Boytsova, 1931: listed as O. rufescens melanocephala Nic.), Belogorsky Nature Reserve, Ogurdinsky Protected Natural Landscape

Bor ”, Sverdlovsk region - Visimsky Reserve (Ukhova, Olshvang, 2014). Southern Urals: Republic of Bashkortostan (Bayanov et al., 2015). Holarctic view. It is common in various types of pine trees: ba-gulnik-sphagnum, white-moth, fox-bilberry and bilberry-green-moss (Boytsova, 1931, Yurkina, 2007, Shman, Taskaeva, 2011), found in spruce - green-moss, sphagnum, blueberry and fir-spruce forests (Ukhova, Olshvang, 2014, Taskaeva, 2010, 2015). Comparative material: Perm Territory, Usolsky District, the vicinity of the village. Eagle, protected natural landscape “Ogurdinsky Bor”, greenberry bilberry, soil traps, July 25-27, 2018, 20 fishing days, 7 specimens. (average dynamic density (SDP), or catch, 3.5 individuals / 10 fishing / day), white-moss pine, soil traps, July 25-27, 2018, 20 fishing-days, 13 ind. (SDP - 6.5 ind./10 fishing days), P. Yu. Sannikov. Most of the studied individuals (17 specimens, 85%) belong to the form with a dark head - var. melano-cephala Nicolet, 1842, the remaining light-colored - var. pallida Tullberg, 1872, which is consistent with data from work on the population of Perm pine forests (Boytsova, 1931).

2. Picromerus bidens (Linnaeus, 1758) *. Northern Urals: Komi Republic (Sedykh, 1974). Middle Urals (Bianchi, Kirichenko, 1923: Perm province - without indicating the exact location): Perm Territory - Perm, Belogorsky Reserve, Sverdlovsk Region. (Kirichenko, 1951; Puchkov, 1961). Southern Urals: Republic of Bashkortostan - South Ural Reserve (Vinokurov et al., 2016), Chelyabinsk Region - Ilmensky reserve (Aglyamzyanov, Lagunov, 1994), Orenburg region. (Nemkov, 2011). Known from the neighboring regions of the Urals - Kirov

(Kirichenko, 1951, Puchkov, 1961), Tyumen and Kurgan (Vinokurov et al., 2010). Holarctic view. Comparative material: Perm, Motovilikhinsky district, Ivinsky protected landscape, riverbed. Willow, weedy sedge-nettle willow, slope, garden plots, on the path, September 16, 2018, 1 specimen. 9, V.O. Kozminykh.

3. Rubiconia intermedia (Wolff, 1811) *. Middle Urals (Bianchi, Kirichenko, 1923: Perm Province): Perm Territory - Perm, Belogorsky Nature Reserve, Sverdlovsk Region (Kirichenko, 1951). Southern Urals: Bashkortostan - South Ural Reserve (Vinokurov et al., 2016), Chelyabinsk Region - Ilmensky reserve (Aglyamzyanov, Lagunov, 1994), Orenburg region. (Kirichenko, 1951). It was also found in the adjacent Tyumen (Vinokurov et al., 2010) and Kurgan (Starikov, Balakhonova, 2013) regions. Transpale-arctic view. Comparative material: Perm, Motovilikhinsky district, Ivinsky protected landscape, riverbed. Willow, weedy sedge-nettle willow, garden plots on the slope, in the grass, August 20, 2018, 1 specimen. 9, V.O. Kozminykh.

It should be noted that the number of half-winged insects recorded in the Kungursky District has now increased from 52 (Kozminykh, 2018) to 69 species. According to updated data, 190 species of half-winged animals were recorded in Perm, and 272 species from 164 genera and 30 families in the Perm Territory.

I express my gratitude to my wife Kozminykh Elena Nikolaevna for all-round assistance in collecting material.

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First records of invertebrates in the Belogorskiy Nature Reserve (the Perm region)

Eli Vladislav O. Kozminykh, Perm State Humanitarian Pedagogical University, 24, Sibirskaya st., Perm, Russia, 614990, [email protected], kvoncstu @ mail. ru

The article presents the results of the study of invertebrates in the Belogorskiy Nature Reserve in the Kungur district of the Perm region. The taxa list includes 53 species, 27 families, 8 orders and 3 classes of invertebrates (Arthropoda). Six insect species were recorded in the Perm region for the first time: Lixuspulverulentus Scop. (Coleoptera, Curculionidae), Anthobium atrocephalum Gyll., Lordithon pulchellus Mnnh., Rugilus rufipes Germ. (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae), Picromerus bidens L., Rubiconia intermedia Wolff (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae).

Key words: arthropods, Arthropoda, insects, Insecta, new findings.

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Old description

The length of the front wing is from 4.5 to 5 cm. It is somewhat similar to the lilac hawthorn: the top of the front wings is also gray-brown, with a wavy pattern, the abdomen is striped, red-black. It is easy to distinguish these butterflies by the hind wings: in the bindweed hawthorn they are pale bluish-gray with four stripes, and in the lilac hawthorn the hind wings are red. In addition, the species in question has a very long proboscis - up to 10 cm, which allows butterflies to feed on flowers with deep cups (for example, on fragrant tobacco). The native land of the species is the tropics, but the butterfly flies to Europe every year, and sometimes even to the north it flies to Ireland.

Warm slopes, potato fields, everywhere where a bindweed blossoms and a bindweed hawk. In the evening and at night. The arrival of butterflies begins in May and can last all summer, while immigrants mingle with hatching moths in spring. Caterpillars are green, with oblique yellow strokes, found from July to September

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