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ALU Insertion Polymorphisms in Populations of the South Caucasus

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Russian Caucasus distribution of fourteen hepatics rare and threatened in Europe

. & Heinrichs J. 2010. Narrow species concept in the Frullania dilatata-appalachiana-eboracensis complex (Porrelales, Jungermanniopsida): evidence from nuclear and chloroplast DNA markers. Pl. Syst. Evol . 290 : 151-158. Brotherus V. F. 1892. Enumeratio muscorum Caucasi. Hepaticae. Acta Soc. Sci. Fenn . 19 (12): 141-161. Choi S. S., Bakalin V. A. & Sun B.-Y. 2012. Scapania and Macrodiplophyllum in the Russian Far East. Botanica Pacifica 1 (1): 31-95. Duda J. 1982. On distribution of hepatics in Caucasus. Novosti

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Russia’s backyard – unresolved conflicts in the Caucasus

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New palynological data for Toarcian (Lower Jurassic) deep-marine sandstones of the Western Caucasus, southwestern Russia

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The Caucasus 3 Plus the Baltic 3 and Economic Cooperation with China

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Land-Use Change Related to Topography and Societal Drivers in High-Mountains – A Case Study in the Upper Watershed of the Tergi (Kazbegi Region), Greater Caucasus

Management: a Case Study from the Caucasus. Revue Géographie Alpine . DOI: 10.4000/rga.3563. [16] Haerdle, B. & Bontjer, A. (2010). Socio-Economic Structure of a Central Georgian Grazing System. In Plachter, H. & Hampicke, U., eds., Large-Scale Livestock Grazing (pp. 300–306). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. [17] Hanauer, T., Pohlenz, C., Kalandadze, B., Urushadze, T. & Felix-Henningsen, P. (2017). Soil distribution and soil properties in the subalpine region of Kazbegi; Greater Caucasus; Georgia: Soil quality rating of agricultural soils. Annals of

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Late Miocene (Early Turolian) vertebrate faunas and associated biotic record of the Northern Caucasus: Geology, palaeoenvironment, biochronology

stratigraphy between Psekups and Belaya rivers (northwestern Caucasus). 2. Upper Miocene and Pliocene]. – Byulleten’ Moskovskogo Obshchestva ispytatelei prirody, Geol., 77(2): 51–61. (in Russian) Beluzhenko, E. V. (2006): [Continental and subcontinental Upper Miocene – Lower Pleistocene deposits of the Western Ciscaucasia] (Abridged abstract of the dissertation for the degree of candidate of geological and mineralogical sciences). – Moscow State University, Moscow, 24 pp. (in Russian) Beluzhenko, E. V., Burova, Zh. V. (2000): Subkontinental’nye verkhnemiotsen

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Spatial analysis of ethnopolitical mobilisation in the Caucasus in the 1980s and 1990s

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The Carpomyini Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of Europe, Caucasus, and Middle East: New Records of Pests, with Improved Keys

flies (Diptera, Trypetidae) II. Entomologichekoe Obozrenie , 41, 447–456 [In Russian]. Kandybina, M. N. 1965. On the larvae of fruit-flies of the genus Capomyia A. Costa (Diptera, Trypetidae). Entomologichekoe Obozrenie , 44, 665–672. Kandybina, M. N. 1977. Larvae of fruit-infesting fruit flies ( Diptera , Tephritidae ). Nauka, Leningrad, 1–210 [In Russian]. Kandybina, M. N., Richter, V. A. 1976. A new species of the picture-winged fly genus Rhagoletis Loew (Diptera, Tephritidae) from North Caucasus. Doklady Akademii Nauk Armyanskoy SSR

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New Species of the Genus Lasioderma (Coleoptera, Anobiidae) from Crimea and the Caucasus

New Species of the Genus Lasioderma (Coleoptera, Anobiidae) from Crimea and the Caucasus

Five species of the genus Lasioderma Stephens, 1835 from Crimea (L. dolini sp. n., L. tauricum sp. n.), North Caucasus (L. prolixum sp. n., L. sparsum sp. n.), and Armenia (L. morulum sp. n.) are described. A key to 17 species of the genus Lasioderma occurring in these regions is compiled.

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