Finds of species of animals, fungi and plants from particular territories of Podesinnia

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The dataset includes finds of about 390 species of plants, animals and fungi within the valleys of the Desna River and its tributaries.

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Danko A, Buzunko P (2021): Finds of species of animals, fungi and plants from particular territories of Podesinnia. v1.0. Ukrainian Nature Conservation Group (NGO). Dataset/Occurrence.


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Occurrence; animals; plants; fungi; biodiversity; Desna river; Ukraine; forest region; Podesinnia; Occurrence


Anna Danko
  • Metadata Provider
  • Originator
  • Point Of Contact
Petro Buzunko
  • Originator
T.H. Shevchenko National University "Chernihiv Сollegium"
Oleksii Marushchak
  • Programmer
junior researcher
I. I. Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology NAS of Ukraine
Vul. B. Khmelnytskogo, 15
01030 Kyiv

Geographic Coverage

Dataset consists of findings made within the territory of Chernihiv region, Ukraine in the vicinities of valles of the following rivers: Desna, Snov, Revna, Zamglay, Ugor, Rvanets.

Bounding Coordinates South West [50.352, 30.542], North East [52.376, 33.442]

Taxonomic Coverage

Dataset consists of finds of animals, plants and fungi.

Kingdom Animalia, Fungi, Plantae

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 2014-07-16 / 2021-10-24

Sampling Methods

If the locality of a plant or animal species was detected, if possible, the point was photographed and geolocated with the help of a GPS-navigator.

Study Extent The research was conducted in July-October 2021 with addition of some findings from previouse years that had not been yet published. We used reconnaissance and detailed route methods to survey some parts of the Desna river valley and its tributaries in the vicinity of the following settlements: Kyinka, Shestovytsia, Drutske, Ladynka, Chernihiv, Novoselivka, Ripky, Brusyliv, Boromyky, Morhulichi, Berezna, Berezna, Sosnytsia, Male Ustya, Velyke Ustya, Prachi, Yaduty, Snovsk, Zagrebel'na Sloboda, Novi Borovychi, Zhovid, Pishchanka, Yeline, Semenivka, Syadryno, Brech, Koryukivka. Lukash O.V. took part in determining some species. Some of the expeditions were supported by the NGO "Ukrainian Nature Conservation Group".
Quality Control The authors are fully responsible for the quality of the data provided within the published dataset.

Method step description:

  1. The species registrations were georeferenced using a GPS navigator.
  2. The species were found visually and photographed if possible.
  3. Georeferencing.

Additional Metadata

Alternative Identifiers f81b9b6c-ae10-4281-8b20-5db481ce8cc8