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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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15.07.2024
The works of the Institute of Zoology, Moldova State University, were presented in June at two specialised events from Romania and namely at the EUROINVENT European Exhibition of Creativity and Innovation, the 16th edition, 6-8 June 2024, Iași, and the International Exhibition of Inventions and Innovations "Traian Vuia”, the 10th edition, 13-15 June 2024, Timișoara. Silver medals were awarded for the two patents presented at the EUROINVENT exhibition: CREPIS Oleg, BULAT Dumitru, ZUBCOV Elena, BULAT Denis. Ecobiological modeling of natural reproduction of tench (Tinca tinca) in water bodies of ...
04.07.2024
The book „Ichthyofauna of the Dniester River (within the territorial limits of the Republic of Moldova)”, authored by Bulat Dumitru, Șaptefrați Nicolae, Bulat Denis and Dadu Ana, presents the results of scientific research and multiyear ichthyological observations in the macro-ecosystem of the Dniester River under the conditions of increasing anthropogenic factors. It was found that the fish fauna is largely influenced by habitat fragmentation due to dam construction, riverbed embankment and drainage of ponds, gravel and sand extraction, irreversible water usage in various economic activities ...
04.07.2024
Earth's biodiversity, formed over millions of years, is one of humanity's greatest treasures. Among the most numerous, from all the animal kingdom on Earth, stand out the invertebrates which, constituting over 80% of the total number of described species, are present in all types of habitats and on all continents. Nowadays, more than 2 million of species are known in the world fauna and about 15 thousand species are known to be present on the territory of the Republic of Moldova, the collembola and some orders of insects, especially Coleoptera, Lepidoptera, Hemiptera, Odonata, some families ...