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    Branta ruficolis (Pallas, 1769). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Bombus lucorum (Linnaeus, 1761). Photo Galina Bușmachiu

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    Cygnus olor (Gmelin, 1789). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Dryomys nitedula (Pallas, 1778). Photo Victoria Nistreanu

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    Asio otus (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Victoria Nistreanu

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    Lacerta viridis (Laurenti, 1768). Photo Dumitru Bulat

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    Oryctes nasicornis (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Pelophylax lessonae (Camerano, 1882). Photo Elena Gherasim

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    Natrix natrix (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Castor fiber Linnaeus, 1758. Photo Viorica Paladi

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22.05.2024
The researchers of the Institute of Zoology, as other researchers of the Moldova State University, participated on 16 May 2024 in the International Salon of Invention and Innovative Entrepreneurship, organized by the Institute of Research, Innovation and Technology Transfer of the „Ion Creanga” State Pedagogical University from Chisinau in partnership with the Public Association “Innovation in Performance Education”. Two patented elaborations were presented, gold medals being awarded for each of them: Crepis Oleg, Bulat Dumitru, Zubcov Elena, Bulat Denis. Ecobiological modeling of natural ...
03.05.2024
On April 26, 2024 the Institute of Zoology hosted 26 students of the Faculty of Biology and Geosciences of the Moldova State University, first year, undergraduate cycle (study programs Biology, Biology and Geography, Education Sciences, Molecular Biology and Ecology). During the visit, the students, who have just started their way in the fascinating universe of biological sciences, had the opportunity to be real scientific researchers for a day. They presented in the Meeting Hall of the Institute of Zoology their research projects, which were carried out during the second semester of the 2023 ...
30.04.2024
The methodological guide includes the biology, ecology and distribution of 98 leaf- and planthopper species from 60 genera and 10 families. The biological cycle of these species are related to various tree species, fruiting and forest shrubs, vine plantations. Cicadas belong to Class Insecta, order Hemiptera, suborder Auchenorrhyncha. The material presented in this work is based on the author own research accumulated during the study and selected from literature. Most leaf- and planthopper species populate the entire surface of the Earth covered with vegetation, from the subarctic to the ...