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Dolichopodidae: Telmaturgus tumidulus , (Hedstrm, 1997).

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Sphaeroceridae: Ischiolepta micropyga ;

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Muscidae: Lispocephala erythrocera (. . 3.1, .) Phaonia steinii . Phaonia atriceps .

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, 56.07.2001 56.07.2001 56.07. / . , . 1 . , . 2 . . , . N B B., % N B B., % N B B., % 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Diptera:

1 4712.5 3.733 38.7 3829.2 3.621 28.2 4562.5 3.242 23. 2 Tipulidae (l, p) 116.7 0.413 8.3 0.025 4.2 0. 3 Limoniidae (l, p) 116.7 0.350 16.7 0.025 70.8 0. 4 Cylindrotomidae (l, p) 66.7 0.096 25.0 0.117 8.3 0. 5 Sciaridae (l, p) 520.8 0.471 454.2 0.446 137.5 0. 6 Mycetophilidae (l, p) 12.5 0. 7 Cecidomyiidae (l, p) 1112.5 0.404 358.3 0.083 245.8 0. 8 Ceratopogonidae (l, p) 1333.3 0.325 833.3 0.188 45.8 0. 9 Chironomidae (l, p) 1245.8 0.104 1933.3 0.288 3491.7 0. 10 Tabanidae (l, p) 45.8 1.150 41.7 1.992 16.7 1. 11 Dolichopodidae (l, p) 29.2 0.033 12.5 0.013 212.5 0. 12 Phoridae (l, p) 75.0 0.142 87.5 0.129 62.5 0. 13 Syrphidae [Eristalinae](l,p) 4.2 0.004 104.2 0. 14 Syrphidae [] (l, p) 4.2 0. 15 Sciomyzidae (l, p) 12.5 0.083 4.2 0.042 20.8 0. 16 Scathophagidae (l, p) 4.2 0.063 4.2 0.167 4.2 0. 17 Diptera (l, p) 25.0 0.058 50.0 0.108 125.0 0. Oligochaeta 18 758.3 0.542 5.6 900.0 1.654 12.9 1287.5 0.804 5. Hirudinea 19 12.5 0.063 0.6 75.0 0.800 6.2 8.3 0.733 5. Mollusca [] 20 4.2 0.017 0.2 25.0 0.179 1.4 112.5 5.508 39. Mollusca [] 21 16.7 0.221 1. Aranei [] (l, i) 22 29.2 0.708 5.5 4.2 0.029 0. Aranei [] (l, i) 23 175.0 2.100 21.8 141.7 0.683 5.3 29.2 0.454 3. Aranei [ ] 24 75.0 1.817 18.8 108.3 0.338 2.6 16.7 0.233 1. Acari [] 25 33.3 0.021 0.2 120.8 0.075 0.6 41.7 0.033 0. Acari [] 26 29.2 0.013 0.1 25.0 0.013 0.1 25.0 0.013 0. Isopoda 27 108.3 0.100 1.0 358.3 0.417 3. Odonata (l) 28 8.3 0.375 3.9 183.3 2.013 15.7 12.5 0.242 1. Hemiptera (l, i) 29 66.

7 0.033 0.3 33.3 0.063 0.5 41.7 0.571 4. Coleoptera [] (l, p) 30 541.7 0.433 4.5 941.7 1.338 10.4 83.3 0.133 1. Coleoptera [] (i) 31 4.2 0.038 0.4 116.7 0.638 5.0 133.3 0.171 1. Coleoptera[](l,p) 33.3 0.050 0. 32 50.0 0.192 2. Coleoptera [](i) 33 41.7 0.075 0.8 50.0 0.188 1.5 70.8 0.479 3. . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Hymenoptera (l, p, i) 34 20.8 0.054 0.6 104.2 0.108 0. Lepidoptera (l, p) 35 4.2 0.038 0.4 8.3 0.792 5. Trichoptera (l, p) 36 4.2 0.125 0. 37 25.0 0.005 0.1 37.5 0.096 0.7 33.3 0.005 0. 38 429.2 4.158 43.1 358.3 1.388 10.8 183.3 1.988 14. () 39 6241.6 5.483 56.9 6616.7 11.433 89.2 6445.8 11.954 85. () 40 6670.8 9.641 6975.0 12.821 6629.1 13. , 56.07.2001 56.07.2001 3031.10. / . . , . 4 . . , . 5 . , . N B B., % N B B., % N B B., % 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Diptera:

1 14090.9 4.765 31.2 10265.2 1.515 10.5 26818.2 7.326 35. 2 Tipulidae (l, p) 15.2 0. 3 Limoniidae (l, p) 128.8 0.182 98.5 0. 4 Cylindrotomidae (l, p) 90.9 0.220 7.6 0.015 7.6 0. 5 Sciaridae (l, p) 984.8 0.773 166.7 0.061 530.3 0. 6 Mycetophilidae (l, p) 7 Cecidomyiidae (l, p) 2212.1 0.667 136.4 0.091 447.0 0. 8 Ceratopogonidae (l, p) 742.4 0.114 219.7 0.076 6833.3 1. 9 Chironomidae (l, p) 9409.1 0.697 9287.9 0.614 18530.3 3. 10 Tabanidae (l, p) 15.2 1.061 75.8 0. 11 Dolichopodidae (l, p) 174.2 0.136 121.2 0.053 22.7 0. 12 Phoridae (l, p) 106.1 0.265 15.2 0.008 45.5 0. 13 Syrphidae [Eristalinae](l,p) 22.7 0.030 75.8 0. 14 Syrphidae [] (l, p) 22.7 0.023 22.7 0. 15 Sciomyzidae (l, p) 7.6 0.303 15.2 0.076 15.2 0. 16 Scathophagidae (l, p) 22.7 0.038 7.6 0. 17 Diptera (l, p) 159.1 0.182 98.5 0.159 280.3 0. Oligochaeta 18 1947.0 2.955 19.4 1454.5 0.962 6.7 3363.6 1.795 8. Hirudinea 19 22.7 2.409 15.8 15.2 6.174 42.8 7.6 1.212 5. Mollusca [] 20 15.2 0.356 2.3 7.6 0.015 0.1 7.6 0.008 0. Mollusca [] 21 7.6 0.038 0.3 7.6 0.189 0. Aranei [] (l, i) 22 7.6 0.265 1.8 204.5 1.182 5. Aranei [] (l, i) 23 83.3 0.439 2.9 197.0 1.197 8.3 287.9 0.402 1. Aranei [ ] 24 68.2 0.455 3.0 37.9 0.530 3.7 7.6 0.015 0. Acari [] 25 68.2 0.061 0.4 30.3 0.008 0.1 15.2 0.015 0. Acari [] 26 113.6 0.045 0.3 7.6 0.008 0. Isopoda 27 98.5 0.106 0.7 30.3 0.023 0.2 219.7 0.955 4. Odonata (l) 28 7.6 0.129 0.8 121.2 6.576 31. . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Hemiptera (l, i) 29 98.5 0.076 0.5 121.2 0.030 0. Coleoptera [] (l, p) 30 484.8 0.348 2.3 272.7 0.386 2.7 2712.1 0.742 3. Coleoptera [] (i) 31 204.5 0.674 4.4 45.5 0.212 1.5 37.9 0.167 0. Coleoptera[](l,p) 32 265.2 0.455 3.0 106.1 0.091 0.6 7.6 0.008 0. Coleoptera [](i) 33 90.9 0.136 0.9 121.2 0.333 2.3 7.6 0.030 0. Hymenoptera (l, p, i) 34 7.6 0.417 2.7 7.6 0.005 0. Lepidoptera (l, p) 35 7.6 1.212 7.9 7.6 2.652 18. Trichoptera (l, p) 36 7.6 0.068 0.4 7.6 0.008 0.1 1598.5 0.212 1. 37 121.2 0.159 1.0 45.5 0.005 0.1 386.4 0.030 0. 38 454.5 1.348 8.8 371.2 2.114 14.7 462.1 0.947 4. () 39 17348.5 13.917 91.2 12295.5 12.303 85.3 35477.3 19.947 95. () 40 17803.0 15.265 12666.7 14.417 35939.4 20. , 3031.10.2001 3031.10.2001 3031.10. / . , . 2 . . , . 3 . . , . N B B., % N B B., % N B B., % 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Diptera:

1 14295.5 6.136 58.4 11003.8 5.261 38.8 39969.7 10.553 79. 2 Tipulidae (l, p) 18.9 0. 3 Limoniidae (l, p) 197.0 1.152 121.2 0.462 68.2 0. 4 Cylindrotomidae (l, p) 7.6 0.144 60.6 0.894 22.7 0. 5 Sciaridae (l, p) 447.0 0.606 575.8 0.485 2068.2 1. 6 Mycetophilidae (l, p) 7.6 0. 7 Cecidomyiidae (l, p) 613.6 0.197 1212.1 0.439 2060.6 0. 8 Ceratopogonidae (l, p) 1651.5 0.189 803.0 0.057 3090.9 0. 9 Chironomidae (l, p) 10803.0 2.053 7515.2 0.917 32060.6 1. 10 Tabanidae (l, p) 98.5 0.561 22.7 0.083 30.3 3. 11 Dolichopodidae (l, p) 143.9 0.333 98.5 0.288 136.4 0. 12 Phoridae (l, p) 90.9 0.121 90.9 0.121 106.1 0. 13 Syrphidae [Eristalinae](l,p) 7.6 0.030 15.2 0. 14 Syrphidae [] (l, p) 7.6 0.091 7.6 0. 15 Sciomyzidae (l, p) 7.6 0.182 22.7 0. 16 Scathophagidae (l, p) 15.2 0.348 22.7 0.394 98.5 1. 17 Diptera (l, p) 212.1 0.311 431.8 0.485 197.0 0. Oligochaeta 18 1197.0 0.379 3.6 1674.2 1.417 10.4 1947.0 0.727 5. Hirudinea Mollusca [] 20 7.6 0.833 7.9 68.2 1.705 12.6 7.6 0.015 0. Mollusca [] 21 7.6 0.114 1.1 22.7 0.220 1.6 7.6 0.076 0. Aranei [] (l, i) 22 37.9 0.508 4.8 7.6 0.030 0.2 106.1 0.424 3. . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Aranei [] (l, i) 23 234.8 0.788 7.5 257.6 0.242 1.8 166.7 0.288 2. Aranei [ ] 24 15.2 0.076 0.7 7.6 0.008 0.1 7.6 0.023 0. Acari [] 25 45.5 0.030 0. Acari [] 26 22.7 0.015 0.1 136.4 0.083 0.6 83.3 0.038 0. Isopoda 27 60.6 0.114 1.1 15.2 0.015 0.1 15.2 0.091 0. Odonata (l) Hemiptera (l, i) 29 1181.8 0.288 2.7 22.7 0.068 0.5 37.9 0.098 0. Coleoptera [] (l, p) 30 1030.3 0.273 2.6 22.7 0.015 0.1 174.3 0.038 0. Coleoptera [] (i) 31 30.3 0.182 1.7 98.5 0.174 1.3 15.2 0.038 0. Coleoptera[](l,p) 32 30.3 0.114 1.1 53.0 0.167 1.2 121.2 0.242 1. Coleoptera [](i) 33 151.5 0.553 5.3 242.4 0.530 3.9 128.8 0.318 2. Hymenoptera (l, p, i) 34 7.6 0.015 0.1 7.6 0.152 1. Lepidoptera (l, p) 35 7.6 0.008 0.1 143.9 3.583 26.4 15.2 0.053 0. Trichoptera (l, p) 36 280.3 0.068 0.6 15.2 0.008 0. 37 280.3 0.015 0.1 878.8 0.053 0.4 1189.4 0.045 0. 38 1606.0 2.053 19.5 613.6 1.962 14.5 378.8 1.318 10. () 39 17318.2 8.455 80.5 14041.7 11.610 85.5 43636.4 11.909 90. () 18924.2 10.508 14655.3 13.572 44015.2 13. 40 . 2, 2.

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. (. . )............... 1. - (. . )........ 1.1. - ...... 1.2. ............................................................................ 1.3. ........................................ 1.4. ..................................................... 2. ........................................................................................................ 2.1. (. . , . . )..... 2.2. (. . ).............................................................. 2.3. (. . )........................................................................... 2.4. - (. . )............................. 2.5. (. . ).......................................................................... 3. .................................................................................... 3.1. (. . )................................................................................................................... 3.2. (. . )............................................................................................ 4. .......................................................................................... 4.1. (. . )............................................................................................................ 4.2. (. . ).................................................... 4.3. (. . )...................................................................................................... 4.3.1. .......................................................................... 4.3.2. ................................................................. 4.3.3. XIXXXI ....................................... 4.3.4. ...................... 4.3.5. ......................................................................................... 4.4. ................................................................................................................... 4.4.1. (. . )...................................... 4.4.2. (. . )............................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. Summary.................................................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................................. ContEntS introduction. Lakes Rakovye as a unique natural system (N. P. Iovchenko).................................... Chapter 1. Hydrography and hydrology of the lake-mire system (I. L. kalyuzhny)...................... 1.1. Brief physical and geographical characteristics and the current state............................. 1.2. Water regime of running and standing waters................................................................... 1.3. Hydrochemical characteristics of water and bottom sediments...................................... 1.4. Effect of the dam on the current state of lakes.................................................................... Chapter 2. Vegetation and flora............................................................................................................. 2.1. Vegetation of lake and marsh ecosystems (V. A. Smagin, M. G. Noskova)....................... 2.2. Dynamics of aquatic vegetation in Lakes Rakovye (N. V. Dinkelaker)............................ 2.3. Forests (M. G. Noskova).......................................................................................................... 2.4. Bryophytes of wetlands (M. G. Noskova)............................................................................. 2.5. Vascular plants (A. yu. Doronina)......................................................................................... Chapter 3. invertebrate fauna................................................................................................................. 3.1. Aquatic and shore macroinvertebrates and assessment of their abundance (A. A. Przhiboro)...................................................................................................................... 3.2. Lepidoptera (A. yu. Matov).................................................................................................... Chapter 4. Vertebrate fauna.................................................................................................................... 4.1. Fishes (P. A. Gurichev)............................................................................................................ 4.2. Amphibians and reptiles (N. P. Iovchenko).......................................................................... 4.3. Birds (N. P. Iovchenko)............................................................................................................ 4.3.1. History of avifauna study........................................................................................... 4.3.2. General characteristics of the avifauna..................................................................... 4.3.3. Changes in the breeding avifauna in XIXXXI centuries...................................... 4.3.4. The role of the reserve for birds during seasonal migrations................................ 4.3.5. Rare protected species................................................................................................. 4.4. Mammals................................................................................................................................. 4.4.1. General characteristics of the theriofauna (N. P. Iovchenko)................................... 4.4.2. Species composition and abundance of small mammals in riparian habitats (A. V. Smorkacheva)...................................................................................................... Conclusion................................................................................................................................................. Summary.................................................................................................................................................... References.................................................................................................................................................. Annexes......................................................................................................................................................

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Pterostichus aterrimus (Carabidae), (14 );

Bagous binodulus (Curculionidae), (3 );

Leia longiseta (Mycetophilidae), (4 );

Lispocephala erythrocera (Muscidae), (3 );

Erioptera beckeri (Limoniidae), (15 );

Thumatha senex (Arctiidae), (12 ).

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Dolomedes fimbriatus (Pisauridae) (12 ). . . ;

Hydrochus ignicollis (Hydrochiidae), (4 ). . . .

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Tetanocera sp. (10 ), (Trichia);

Tetanocera sp. (10 ) ;

Tetanocera arrogans, (8 );

Tetanocera ferruginea (10 ).

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Tipula luteipennis (Tipulidae), (13 );

Cordylura ciliata (Scathophagidae), (10 ).

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Phalacrocera replicata (Cylindrotomidae) (20 );

Prionocera turcica (Tipulidae) (30 );

Hybomitra ciuriai (Tabanidae) (30 );

Pilaria sp. (Limoniidae) (15 );

Clytocerus rivosus (Psychodidae) (5 ).

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