2017 Volume 4 Issue 3

Contemporary Arahnofauuna of Stavropol Urban Agglomeration


Pushkin S.V, Kharchenko L.N.
Abstract

A complex study of arachnids of the Stavropol urban agglomeration. For the first time the list of species identified during the study is presented.


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Kharchenko L.N. Ecological passport of the city of Stavropol. Landscape. Section 9: Animal Kingdom. - Stavropol, SKF PNIIS, 1995. p. 49 - 58.


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