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Proceedings of the Mordovia State Nature Reserve. 2017. Vol. 19. 230 p.

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Vyatkina G.G. SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AND SOME FEATURES OF THE PIED FLYCATCHER (FICEDULA HYPOLEUCA) BIOLOGY IN THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE. P. 3-12 65
Kuznetsov N.I. THE DYNAMICS OF THE VEGETATION COVER OF FLOODPLAIN MEADOWS IN THE MOKSHA RIVER VALLEY IN THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE IN 1937. P. 13-27 63
Shidlovskaya N.K. INVENTORY OF WATER BODIES INHABITED BY DESMAN IN THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE. P. 28-74 60
Borodin P.L. FAUNA AND POPULATION OF SEMI-AQUATIC FORESTS IN THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE AND ADJACENT FOREST-FIELD AREAS. P. 75-99 61
Borodin P.L. AMPHIBIAN POPULATION DYNAMICS IN SOME FOREST BIOTOPES OF THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE. P. 100-117 66
Bobrov V.V. ALIEN MAMMAL SPECIES IN THE ECOSYSTEMS OF THE CAUCASIAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE. P. 118-132 69
Vodeneeva E.L., Kulizin P.V. ADDITION TO THE ALGAL FLORA OF THE WATER BODIES OF THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE. P. 133-152 65
Zlatanov B.V., Sikhymbaev A.E. TO THE FAUNA OF ANTHOPHILOUS DIPTERANS (DIPTERA) OF THE SAIRAM-UGAM STATE RESEARCH AND PRODUCTION ENTERPRISE (SOUTH KAZAKHSTAN). P. 153-160 65
Ruchin A.B. THIRD ADDITIONAL MATERIALS TO THE INSECT FAUNA OF THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE. P. 161-181 68
Sabitova R.Z., Sazhnev A.S. SAZHNEV A.S. ZOOPLANKTON OF VARIOUS WATER BODY TYPES OF THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE. REPORT 1. P. 182-188 61
Sergeev M.E. MATERIAL TO THE FAUNA OF LEAF BEETLES (COLEOPTERA: CHRYSOMELIDAE, MEGALOPODIDAE) OF THE KHANKA STATE NATURE RESERVE. P. 189-204 69
Yusupov Z.M., Komarov Yu.E. PRELIMINARY DATA ON THE ANT FAUNA (HYMENOPTERA, FORMICIDAE) ON THE SOUTHERN MACROSLOPE OF THE CENTRAL CAUCASUS. P. 205-214 61
Pozhogin D.A., Korb S.K., Zatakovoy A.A. ADDITIONS TO THE LEPIDOPTERA FAUNA OF THE NIZHNIY NOVGOROD REGION. P. 215-219 58
Chugunov G.G., Vargot E.V., Khapugin A.A. MATERIALS TO THE FLORA OF THE MORDOVIA STATE NATURE RESERVE (REPORT 3). P. 220-228 63