2015 Volume 2 Issue 4

Environmental group Necrophilous and Necrobionts Beetles (Insecta; Coleoptera) of the south of the Russia

Sergey Viktorovich Pushkin

The complex necrobionts and necrophilous beetles of the south of the Russia is described ecologically. The specific composition of groups is circumscribed. The legitimacies of creation necrobionts of the complex from a type of a landscape and taxonomic of an accessory of a corpse are detected. Studying of regional features of formation necrobionts and necrophilous complexes has, both scientific, and practical interest. Throughout 21 years we studied fauna and ecological features necrobionts Coleoptera mountain landscapes of North Caucasus and adjoining areas of the south of the Russia.

Key Words: Necrobiont communities, Coleoptera, the south of Russia necrobiont and necrophilous fauna.


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