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Past and present distribution of Myxas glutinosa (O.F. Müller, 1774) in the waterbodies of the Urals and Siberia

Journal Article published 26 Apr 2013 in Journal of Limnology volume 72 issue 2 on page 27

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski, Maxim E. Grebennikov, Olga S. Shishkoedova

Past and present distribution of Myxas glutinosa (O.F. Müller, 1774) in the waterbodies of the Urals and Siberia

Journal Article published 18 Apr 2013 in Journal of Limnology volume 72 issue 2

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski, Maxim E. Grebennikov, Olga S. Shishkoedova

The birth of malacology. When and how?

Journal Article published 28 Mar 2014 in Zoosystematics and Evolution volume 90 issue 1 on pages 1 to 5

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski

Inferring associations among parasitic gamasid mites from census data

Journal Article published 3 Feb 2009 in Oecologia volume 160 issue 1 on pages 175 to 185

Authors: Boris R. Krasnov, Maxim V. Vinarski, Natalia P. Korallo-Vinarskaya, David Mouillot, Robert Poulin

Gyraulus elenae sp. n.—a new Planorbid snail from Eastern Turkey (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Planorbidae)

Journal Article published 23 May 2013 in Zootaxa volume 3664 issue 1 on page 95

Authors: MAXIM V. VINARSKI, PETER GLÖER, DMITRY M. PALATOV

The first freshwater molluscs from Wrangel Island, Arctic Russia

Journal Article published Jan 2015 in Polar Research volume 34 issue 1 on page 23889

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski, Dmitry M. Palatov, Anna A. Novichkova

An annotated catalogue of the gamasid mites associated with small mammals in Asiatic Russia. The family Haemogamasidae (Acari: Mesostigmata: Gamasina)

Journal Article published 1 Jun 2017 in Zootaxa volume 4273 issue 1 on page 1

Authors: MAXIM V. VINARSKI, NATALIA P. KORALLO-VINARSKAYA

Shell malformations in seven species of pond snail (Gastropoda, Lymnaeidae): analysis of large museum collections

Journal Article published Oct 2012 in Zoosystematics and Evolution volume 88 issue 2 on pages 365 to 368

Authors: Michael Zuykov, Maxim Vinarski, Emilien Pelletier, Serge Demers, David A. T. Harper

Ecological correlates of body size in gamasid mites parasitic on small mammals: abundance and niche breadth

Journal Article published 25 Jan 2013 in Ecography volume 36 issue 9 on pages 1042 to 1050

Authors: Boris R. Krasnov, Maxim V. Vinarski, Natalia P. Korallo-Vinarskaya, Irina S. Khokhlova

A comparative study of shell variation in two morphotypes of Lymnaea stagnalis (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Pulmonata)

Journal Article published 18 Sep 2014 in Zoological Studies volume 53 issue 1

Authors: Maxim V Vinarski

Conceptual shifts in animal systematics as reflected in the taxonomic history of a common aquatic snail species (Lymnaea stagnalis)

Journal Article published 8 Jul 2015 in Zoosystematics and Evolution volume 91 issue 2 on pages 91 to 103

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski

Annotated type catalogue of lymnaeid snails (Mollusca, Gastropoda) in the collection of the Natural History Museum, Berlin

Journal Article published 27 May 2016 in Zoosystematics and Evolution volume 92 issue 1 on pages 131 to 152

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski

A new late Miocene Lymnaea with aberrant suture structure unique for the family (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Lymnaeidae)

Journal Article published 6 Jun 2016 in Historical Biology volume 29 issue 4 on pages 480 to 487

Research funded by Russian Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations (0135-2014-0019) | Russian Ministry for Education and Sciences (6.1957.2014/К) | Russian Foundation for Basic Research (14-04-01236)

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski, Pavel D. Frolov

Radix dolgini: The integrative taxonomic approach supports the species status of a Siberian endemic snail (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Lymnaeidae)

Journal Article published Jan 2016 in Comptes Rendus Biologies volume 339 issue 1 on pages 24 to 36

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski, Olga V. Aksenova, Yulia V. Bespalaya, Ivan N. Bolotov, Katrin Schniebs, Mikhail Yu Gofarov, Alexander V. Kondakov

Type materials of European freshwater molluscs described by Otto Friedrich Müller

Journal Article published 1 Jun 2015 in Archiv für Molluskenkunde: International Journal of Malacology volume 144 issue 1 on pages 51 to 64

Authors: Ivan O. Nekhaev, Tom Schiøtte, Maxim V. Vinarski

Are there general rules governing parasite diversity? Small mammalian hosts and gamasid mite assemblages

Journal Article published May 2007 in Diversity and Distributions volume 13 issue 3 on pages 353 to 360

Authors: Natalia P. Korallo, Maxim V. Vinarski, Boris R. Krasnov, Georgy I. Shenbrot, David Mouillot, Robert Poulin

Co-occurrence of ectoparasites on rodent hosts: null model analyses of data from three continents

Journal Article published Jan 2010 in Oikos volume 119 issue 1 on pages 120 to 128

Authors: Boris R. Krasnov, Sonja Matthee, Marcela Lareschi, Natalia P. Korallo-Vinarskaya, Maxim V. Vinarski

Ladislavella tumrokensis: The first molecular evidence of a Nearctic clade of lymnaeid snails inhabiting Eurasia

Journal Article published 29 Feb 2016 in Systematics and Biodiversity volume 14 issue 3 on pages 276 to 287

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski, Olga V. Aksenova, Yulia V. Bespalaya, Ivan N. Bolotov, Mikhail Y. Gofarov, Alexander V. Kondakov

An annotated catalogue of the gamasid mites associated with small mammals in Asiatic Russia. The family Laelapidae s. str. (Acari: Mesostigmata: Gamasina)

Journal Article published 16 May 2016 in Zootaxa volume 4111 issue 3 on page 223

Authors: MAXIM V. VINARSKI, NATALIA P. KORALLO-VINARSKAYA

The history of an invasion: phases of the explosive spread of the physid snail Physella acuta through Europe, Transcaucasia and Central Asia

Journal Article published 14 Feb 2017 in Biological Invasions volume 19 issue 4 on pages 1299 to 1314

Research funded by Russian Fund for Basic Research (14-04-01236) | Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (6.1957.2014/К)

Authors: Maxim V. Vinarski