List of macrozoobenthos groups and species in model groups (present / absent) in the shallow tundra lakes (North-east of the European part of Russia)

Published: 25 March 2022| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/trd43wp68c.2


We studied biodiversity of zoobenthos communities in 2000-2014 in the shallow tundra lakes (North-east of the European part of Russia) This table presents the list of macrozoobenthos taxa from samples collected in the Malozemelskaya and Bolshezemelskaya tundra. The list includes revealed taxonomic groups of zoobenthos (16) and lower-rank taxa (83) for some (model) groups: Oligochaeta, Hirudinea, Mollusca, Phyllopoda, Amphipoda, Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Coleoptera, Trichoptera. Each column of the table corresponds to a group of shallow lakes in different river basins of tundra (I-VI): I – lakes from Ortina River Basin; II – lakes from Neruta River Basin; III – lakes from Kolva River Basin; IV – lakes from More-yu River Basin; V – lakes near Syattey-ty lakes (Vork); VI – Yarey-yu River Basin. The list of taxa contains only our own data. 1. Chertoprud M.V., Chertoprud E.S. A short guide to freshwater invertebrates in the center of European Russia. M.: KMK Scientific Press Ltd., 2010.184 p. (In Russian) 2. Key to Identification of Zooplankton and Zoobenthos of Fresh Water of European Russia, KMK Scientific Press, Moscow, 2010, pp. 151–183. (In Russian). 3. Lillehammer A. 1988. Stoneflies (Plecoptera) of Fennoscandian and Denmark. Fauna Entomologica Scandinavica Vol. 21., Leiden, 169 pp. 4. Teslenko V.A., Zhiltzova, L.A. Key to the stoneflies (Insecta, Plecoptera) of Russia and adjacent countries. Imagines and nymphs Dalnauka, Vladivostok, 2009. 382 pp. [in Russian]. 5. Lepneva S. G. Fauna of the USSR. Caddisflies. Vol. II. Issues 1, 2. Zoological Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Moscow, Leningrad. 1964. 560 pp. [in Russian]. 6. Timm T. A guide to the freshwater Oligochaeta and Polychaeta of northern and central Europe. Lauterbornia, 1999. Issues 66. 235 pp. 7. Methodology for the study of biogeocenoses of inland waters. M .: Nauka, 1975. 240 pp. (in Russian). The study was performed in part as Federal Tasks of Department of Animals Ecology of the Institute of Biology of Komi Science Centre of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences “Faunal diversity and spacial and ecological structure of animal communities in the North-East of European Russia and adjacent areas in the context of environmental changes and development" (№ 1021051101423-9-1.6.12;1.6.13;1.6.14)



Zoology, Lake, Aquatic Invertebrates, Russia, Freshwater