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References AndrušAitis G. (ed.). 2003. Red Data Book of Latvia. Vol. 3, 691 pp. Riga: LU Biologijas instituts. Belavicius K. & Ladyga A. (eds.). 1992. Lietuvos raudonoji knyga. 364 pp. Vilnus: Lithuanian Department of Environmental Conservancy. Didukh Ya. P. (ed.). 2009. Red data book of Ukraine. Vegetable kingdom. 912 pp. K.: Globalconsalting. Didukh Ya. P. & Sheliag-Sosonko Yu. R. 2003. Geobotanical zoning of Ukraine and adjacent territories. Ukr. Botan. Journ. 60(1): 6-17. IUCN Red list categories and Criteria. 1994. Version 2.3. IUCN Red list categories and


Based on the results of new investigations on the bryophyte flora of the Viešvilė State Strict Nature Reserve, 28 moss and 12 hepatic species are reported as new to the bryophyte flora of the territory. Of these, 12 species are included into the Red Data Book of Lithuania. The scheme of distribution of the red-listed species in the reserve is presented

. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 144 pp. Blinova, I.V. & Uotila, P. 2011: Chamorchis alpina and Epipactis helleborine in the Murmansk Region, Russia, and assessments of the orchids in the Region using the IUCN Red List Categories. Memoranda Soc. Fauna Flora Fennica 87: 21–28. Brown, J.H. & Kodric-Brown, A. 1977: Turnover rates in insular biogeography: effect of immigration on extinction. Ecology 58: 445–449. Chernyagina, O.A. (ed.). 2007: Red Data Book of Kamchatka, vol. 2: Plants, mushrooms and thermophilic microorganisms. Kamchatsky Pechatny Dvor

Introduction The Russian desman Desmana moschata (L.) is in the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature ( Kennerley & Turvey, 2016 ; Rutovskaya et al. , 2017b ), the Red Data Book (2001) of the Russian Federation, Appendix II of the Bern Convention, and Red Data Books of Russian regions, including the Red Data Book (2005) of Mordovia. The study of the Russian desman in the Republic of Mordovia was initiated by well-known mammalogist L.P. Borodin. In his monograph and articles L.P. Borodin stated the following habitat areas of the


In the period from 2004 to 2015, in the Azov-Black Sea region of Ukraine and the adjacent territories five simultaneous August Counts covered all key coastal wetlands were conducted. They were primarily aimed at studying the abundance and spatial distribution of local water birds fauna, since that time there was hardly any migrations. In total 5.5 million birds of 133 species were counted during five August Counts. Forty species of them are included in the 3rd edition of the Red Data Book (RDB) of Ukraine, 35 of which are ecologically related to wetlands. The total amount of RDB birds was 179.5 thousand individuals, or 3.26 % of the total number of counted birds. Amount of birds varied from count to count between 21 and about 55 thousands of birds. In total 80 wetlands were covered by surveys, and in 73 of them (91.3 %), at least one time RDB species were recorded, that indicates the importance of the Azov-Black Sea coast for maintaining both local and migratory RDB birds. In five of the most valuable wetlands the percentage of counted birds from the total average value for all birds ranged from 5.3 % to 16.7 %, cumulatively making up 49.3 %. These are the following sites — Eastern Sivash, Lower part of the Ukrainian Danube Delta, Central Syvash, Kinburnskyi Peninsula, Lebedyni Islands.


Ten rare species of macroscopic algae were found in freshwater ecosystems of the Pechora and Vychegda River basins, belonging to four divisions: Cyanoprokaryota - 1 species, Rhodophyta - 3, Chrysophyta - 1, Charophy-ta - 5. Some of these were included in the regional Red Data Books of Nenets Autonomous District and Komi Republic, others were recommended to be included. Areas of distribution were marked; algae development conditions and limiting factors were described.

References IGNATOV M. & IGNATOVA E. 2003. Moss flora of the Middle European Russia. Vol. 1, Sphagnaceae-Hedwigiaceae. 608 pp. KMK Scientific Press Ltd. Moscow. IGNATOV M. & IGNATOVA E. 2004. Moss flora of the Middle European Russia. Vol. 2, Fontinalaceae-Amblystegiaceae. 609-944 pp. KMK Scientific Press Ltd. Moscow. IGNATOV M. S., AFONINA O. M. & IGNATOVA E. A. 2006. List of mosses of Eastern Europe and Northern Asia V. 1, 130 pp. Arctoa, Moscow. KHORUZHYK L., SUCHCHENIA L. & PARFIONOV V. 2005. Red Data Book of the Republik of Belarus: rare and threatened plant

: Rašomavičius V. (ed.), Lietuvos raudonoji knyga [Red Data Book of Lithuania]: 633-730. - Vilnius. Knudsen H., Vesterholt J. (eds), 2008: Funga Nordica: agaricoid, boletoid and cyphelloid genera. - Copenhagen. Kutorga E., 2002: Discomycetes of Viešvilė Strict Nature Reserve. 1. Diversity and distribution. - Botanica Lithuanica, 8(1): 77-90. Kutorga E., 2007: Skyrius Aukšliagrybūnai ( Ascomycota ). - In: Rašomavičius V. (ed.), Lietuvos raudonoji knyga [Red Data Book of Lithuania]: 618-632. - Vilnius. Kutorga E., Raitviir A., 2003: Discomycetes of Viešvilė Strict Nature Reserve

Yugoslavia and Bulgaria. IDH-Verlag Bad Münstereifel. ECCB 1995: Red Data Book of European Bryophytes. European Committee for the Conservation of Bryophytes, Trondheim, 291 pp. Erzberger, P. 1996: Zur Verbreitung von Hedwigia stellata in Europa. Herzogia 12: 221-238. Erzberger, P. & Papp, B. 2007: New and noteworthy bryophyte records from Montenegro and Serbia. Willdenowia 37: 339-351. (DOI: 10.3372/wi.37.37124) Erzberger, P., Papp, B. & Dragičević, S. 2008: Notes on some newly recorded bryophytes from Montenegro. Journal of Bryology 30(2): 167-170. (DOI: 10

of Botany, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine; Faculty of Science & Science Education and Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa, Israel., 104 p. ISBN 978-966-642-408-6. Didukh Y.P. 2009. The Red Data Book of Ukraine Flora. Global consulting, Kyiv. ISBN 978-966-97059-0-7. Hawksworth D.L. 1991. The fungal dimension of biodiversity: magnitude, significance and conservation. Mycological Research 95(6): 641–655. DOI 10.1016/S0953-7562(09)80810-1. Maheshwari R. 2005. Fungi: Experimental Methods in Biology. CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, Florida, USA