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Twelve birds species of the suborder Charadrii of the families Charadriidae, Recurvirostridae, Scolopacidae, Glareolidae were examined at Syvash Lake (Ukraine) in spring 2011. Cestodes were found in 82.1 % of examined birds. Seventeen cestode species of 6 families were found. Aploparaksis octacantha from Calidris alpinà and Echinocotyloides dubininae from C. ferruginea are new geographical records for the first time in Ukraine. Glareola pratincola is a new host record for Nadejdolepis paranitidulans. Cestodes of the genus Microsomacanthus were found in waders apparently due to the infection (2.8 %) in their intermediate hosts, gammarid crustaceans.

vertebrates. He organized numerous expeditions for studying faunas of Ukraine, sea shores of the Barentz, White, Baltic, Black, and Caspian Seas. He visited the Syvash Lake and mountain Lakes of Switzerland and Bulgaria. M. A. Voinstvensky dedicated most of his life to studies of ornithofaunas of deltas and estuaries of big rivers, such as the Dnipro, Danube, and Dnister. In 1959 M. V. received a certifi cate of Professor. He started up studies of ecology of the game animals. Along with fundamental studies, M. A. Voinstvensky paid special attention to the development of


- renko. — V. Yu. Nazarenko (Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology, NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv), A. V. Gontarenko (Odessa). New Records of Rare Species of Tussock Moths — Teia dubia (Lepidoptera, Lymantriidae) in Ukraine [Но- вые находки редкого вида волнянок— кистехвоста сомнительного, Teia dubia (Lepidoptera, Lymant- riidae), в Украине]. — Until present time this Mediterranean species was known in Ukraine only from halo- phytic complexes of the Crimea (predominantly from Syvash Lake coast) and from virgin steppe ecosystems of Dnipropetrovsk Region, where since 1970 it was