2018 Volume 5 Issue 1

Endemism, Relicts and Invasion Spices of Animals in Structure of the Biodiversity of the Ciscaucasi

Pushkin Sergey Sergey Viktorovich, Ilyukh Mikhail Pavlovich

Annotation: The fauna of Ciscaucasia was formed under the influence of the special geographic position of the region on the border of Europe, Asia and the long evolution of groups of animals, during which the habitat conditions changed: climate, relief, and degree of human impact. Singles out several time intervals in the development of the animal world of this territory in the second millennium. 


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