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1 1 od :45 COBISS Kooperativni online bibliografski sistem in servisi COBISS BORIS KRYŠTUFEK [09211] Osebna bibliografija za obdobje ČLA KI I DRUGI SESTAV I DELI 1.01 Izvirni znanstveni članek 1. ZIMA, Jan, ARSLAN, Atilla, BENDA, Petr, MACHOLÁN, Miloš, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Chromosomal variation in social voles : a Robertsonian fusion in Günthers vole. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 2013, vol. 58, issue 3, str , ilustr., zvd. doi: /s x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 2. VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, BRYJA, Josef, ZEMANOVÁ, Barbora, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Population genetics of chamois in the contact zone between the Alps and the Dinaric Mountains : uncovering the role of habitat fragmentation and past management. Conservation Genetics, ISSN , 2013, vol. 14, issue 2, str , graf. prikazi. doi: /s [COBISS.SI-ID ] 3. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ARSLAN, Atilla, SHEHAB, Adwan, ABI SAID, Mounir, ZUPAN, Sara, LUŽNIK, Martina. Mitochondrial sequences point on a cryptic species in five-toed jerboas, subgenus Paralactaga. Mammalia, ISSN , 2013, vol. 77, issue 4, str , graf. prikazi. doi: /mammalia [COBISS.SI-ID ] 4. NADERI, Gholamreza, KABOLI, Mohammad, KOREN, Toni, KARAMI, Mahmoud, ZUPAN, Sara, REZAEI, Hamid R., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Mitochondrial evidence uncovers a refugium for the fat dormouse (Glis glis Linnaeus, 1766) in Hyrcanian forests of northern Iran. Mammalian biology, ISSN , 2013, in Press, str doi: /j.mambio [COBISS.SI-ID ] 5. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, JERNEJC KODRIČ, Mojca. Catalogue of the mammals in the collection of the Slovenian Museum of Natural History IOrders: Lagomorpha, Erinaceomorpha, Macroscelidea, Afrosoricida, Scandentia, Hyracoidea, Didelphimorphia, Diprodontia, Monotremata = Katalog sesalcev v zbirki Prirodoslovenga muzeja Slovenije IRedovi: Lagomorpha, Erinaceomorpha, Macroscelidea, Afrosoricida, Scandentia, Hyracoidea, Didelphimorphia, Diprodontia, Monotremata. Scopolia, ISSN , 2013, no. 79, str , ilustr. /files/default/prirodoslovni-muzej-slovenije/scopolia_79.pdf. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 6. PASPALI, Gligor, ORUÇI, Selfo, KONI, Mynyr, WILSON, I., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, BEGO, Ferdinand. Seasonal variation of small mammals in the diet of the barn owl (Tyto alba) in the Drinos River valley, southern Albania. Turkish journal of zoology, ISSN , 2013, vol. 37, iss. 1, str , zvd., graf. prikazi. doi: /zoo [COBISS.SI-ID ] 7. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ABI SAID, Mounir, HLADNIK, Matjaž. The Iranian vole Microtus irani occurs in Lebanon (Mammalia: Rodentia). Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2013, vol. 59, no. 2, str , ilustr. doi: / [COBISS.SI-ID ] 8. KLENOVŠEK, Tina, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. An ontogenetic perspective on the study of sexual dimorphism, phylogenetic variability, and allometry of the skull of European ground squirrel, Spermophilus citellus (Linnaeus, 1766). Zoomorphology, ISSN X, 2013, vol. 132, iss. 4, str , doi: /s [COBISS.SI-ID ] 9. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, LUŽNIK, Martina, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena. Mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences resolve the taxonomy of field mice (Apodemus) in the western Balkan refugium. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 2012, vol. 57, no. 1, str. 1-7, graf. prikazi, zvd. doi: /s x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 10. LJUBISAVLJEVIĆ, Katarina, GLASNOVIĆ, Peter, KALAN, Katja, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Female reproductive characteristics of the Horvath's rock lizard (Iberolacerta horvathi) from Slovenia. Archives of biological sciences, ISSN , 2012, vol. 64, no. 2, str , graf. prikazi. doi: /ABS L. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 11. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, IVANITSKAYA, Elena, ARSLAN, Atilla, ARSLAN, Emine, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena. Evolutionary history of mole rats (genus Nannospalax) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequence. Biological journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN [Print ed.], 2012, vol. 105, iss. 2, str , zvd., graf. prikazi.

2 2 od :45 /j x/full, doi: /j x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 12. MOUTON, Alice, GRILL, Andrea, SARA, Maurizio, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, RANDI, Ettore, AMORI, Giovanni, JUŠKAITIS, Rimvydas, ALOISE, Gaetano, MORTELLITI, Alessio, PANCHETTI, Fabiana, MICHAUX, Johan. Evidence of a complex phylogeographic structure in the common dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius (Rodentia, Gliridae). Biological journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN [Print ed.], 2012, vol. 105, iss. 3, str , zvd., graf. prikazi. doi: /j x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 13. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KLENOVŠEK, Tina, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, LOY, Anna, JANŽEKOVIČ, Franc. Cranial divergence among evolutionary lineages of Martino's vole, Dinaromys bogdanovi, a rare Balkan paleoendemic rodent. Journal of mammalogy, ISSN , 2012, vol. 93, iss. 3, str , doi: /11-MAMM-A [COBISS.SI-ID ] 14. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ZORENKO, Tanya, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena. New insights into the taxonomy and phylogeny of social voles inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences. Mammalian biology, ISSN , 2012, vol. 77, issue 3, str , graf prikazi. doi: /j.mambio [COBISS.SI-ID ] 15. LUŽNIK, Martina, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Mitochondrial sequences do not support the independent taxonomic position of the extinct Alpine newt subspecies Mesotriton alpestris lacusnigri. Amphibia-reptilia, ISSN , 2011, vol. 32, issue 3, str , graf. prikaz, zvd. doi: / X [COBISS.SI-ID ] 16. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, REŽEK DONEV, Nataša, SKOK, Janko. Species richness and distribution of non-volant small mammals along an elevational gradient on a Mediterranean mountain. Mammalia, ISSN , 2011, vol. 75, iss. 1, str doi: /MAMM [COBISS.SI-ID ] 17. VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, PAGÈS, Marie, MICHAUX, Johan, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Phylogenetic position of the Ohiya rat (Srilankamys ohiensis) based on mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequence analysis. Zoologica scripta, ISSN , 2011, vol. 40, issue 6, str doi: /j x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 18. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ŠORGO, Andrej, JANŽEKOVIČ, Franc. Elevational distribution of small terrestrial mammals on Mt. Pohorje, Slovenia = Distribuzione altitudinale di piccoli mammiferi terrestri sul monte Pohorje, Slovenia. Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 2010, vol. 20, št. 2, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 19. VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, FÖRSTER, Daniel W., SEARLE, Jeremy B., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. A new cytochrome b phylogroup of the common vole (Microtus arvalis) endemic to the Balkans and its implications for the evolutionary history of the species. Biological journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN [Print ed.], 2010, vol. 100, iss. 4, str , ilustr., doi: /j x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 20. VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, BRYJA, Josef. Microsatellite markers confirm extensive population fragmentation of the endangered Balkan palaeoendemic Martino's vole (Dinaromys bogdanovi). Conservation Genetics, ISSN , 2010, vol. 11, str , ilustr., zvd. doi: /s [COBISS.SI-ID ] 21. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ENGELBERGER, Simon, MUZAFEROVIĆ, Šefkija, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, SKOK, Janko, ŠKRIJELJ, Rifat, HERZIG-STRASCHIL, Barbara. Assessing population size of Martino's vole (Dinaromys bogdanovi) in central Bosnia. Hystrix, ISSN , 2010, vol. 21, no. 2, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 22. HÜRNER, Helene, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, SARÁ, Maurizio, RIBAS, Alexis, RUCH, Tanja, SOMMER, R., IVASHKINA, Victoria, MICHAUX, Jochan R. Mitochondrial phylogeography of the edible dormouse (Glis glis) in the western Palearctic region. Journal of mammalogy, ISSN , 2010, vol. 91, iss. 1, str , graf. prikazi, zvd. /i pdf, doi: /08-MAMM-A-392R1.1. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 23. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Glis glis : (Rodentia: Gliridae). Mammalian species, ISSN , 2010, vol. 42, iss. 1, str doi: / [COBISS.SI-ID ] 24. COLANGELO, Paolo, BANNIKOVA, Ana A., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, LEBEDEV, Vladimir S., ANNESI, Flavia, CAPANNA, Ernesto, LOY, Anna. Molecular systematics and evolutionary biogeography of the genus Talpa (Soricomorpha: Talpidae). Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, ISSN , 2010, vol. 55, iss. 2, str , doi: /j.ympev [COBISS.SI-ID ] 25. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír, ZIMA, Jan, KOUBÍNOVÁ, Darina, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena. A new subspecies of the Iranian vole, Microtus irani Thomas, 1921, from Turkey : (Mammalia: Rodentia). Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2010, 50, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 26. ARSLAN, Emine, GÜLBAHÇE, Elif, ARIKOĞLU, Hilal, ARSLAN, Atilla, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Mitochondrial divergence between three cytotypes of the Anatolian mole rat, Nannospalax xanthodon (Nordmann, 1840) : (Mammalia: Rodentia). Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2010, 50, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 27. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír, ZAREIE, Roghaieh, ÖZKAN, Beytullah. Mitochondrial cytochrome b sequence yields new insight into the speciation of social voles in south-west Asia. Biological journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN [Print ed.], 2009, vol. 98, iss. 1, str , doi: /j x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 28. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, BRYJA, Josef, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena. Mitochondrial phylogeography of the European ground squirrel, Spermophilus citellus, yields evidence on refugia for steppic taxa in the southern Balkans. Heredity, ISSN X, 2009, vol. 103, iss. 2, str , doi: /hdy [COBISS.SI-ID ] 29. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. On the indian flying fox (Pteropus giganteus) colony in Peradeniya botanical gardens, Sri Lanka. Hystrix, ISSN , 2009, 20, 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ]

3 3 od : CASTIGLIA, Riccardo, ANNESI, Flavia, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, FILIPPUCCI, M.G., AMORI, Giovanni. The evolutionary history of a mammal species with a highly fragmented range : the phylogeography of the European snow vole. Journal of zoology, ISSN , 2009, vol. 279, iss. 3, str , doi: /j x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 31. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír, OBUCH, Ján. Endemism, vulnerability and conservation issues for small terrestrial mammals from the Balkans and Anatolia. V: KRYŠTUFEK, Boris (ur.), et al. Mammal conservation in Europe : status and priorities : collection of papers from 5th European Mammal Congress, Siena, Italy, September 21-26, 2007, (Folia zoologica, ISSN , Vol. 58, no. 3 (2009)). Brno: Institute of vertebrate biology, Academy of sciences of the Czech republic, 2009, vol. 58, 3, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] tipologija > KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, TVRTKOVIĆ, Nikola, PAUNOVIĆ, Milan, ÖZKAN, Beytullah. Size variation in the Northern white-breasted hedgehog Erinaceus roumanicus : latitudinal cline and the island rule. Mammalia, ISSN , 2009, vol. 73, iss. 4, str , doi: /MAMM [COBISS.SI-ID ] 33. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, QUADRACCI, Aila. Effects of latitude and allopatry on body size variation in European water shrews. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 2008, 53, 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 34. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Description of a new thicket rat from Kenya: Grammomys brevirostris n. sp. Acta zoologica Lituanica, ISSN , 2008, vol. 18, no. 4, str , doi: /v [COBISS.SI-ID ] 35. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HABERL, Werner, BAXTER, Rod. Rodent assemblage in a habitat mosaic within the Valley Thicket vegetation of the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. African journal of ecology, ISSN , 2008, vol. 46, iss. 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 36. VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HÄNFLING, Bernd, HUTCHINSON, William F. Mitochondrial phylogeny of Arvicolinae using comprehensive taxonomic sampling yields new insights. Biological journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN [Print ed.], 2008, vol. 94, iss. 4, str , graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 37. VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Phylogenetic position of Chionomys gud assessed from a complete cytochrome b gene. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2008, vol. 57, iss. 3, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 38. BEGO, Ferdinand, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PASPALI, Gligor, ROGOZI, Elton. Small terrestrial mammals of Albania : annotated list and distribution. Hystrix, ISSN , 2008, vol. 19, iss. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 39. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, BAXTER, Rod, HABERL, Werner, ZIMA, Jan, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena. Systematics and biogeography of the Mozambique thicket rat, Grammomys cometes, in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Journal of mammalogy, ISSN , apr. 2008, vol. 89, iss. 2, str , ilustr., zvd., doi: /07-MAMM-A-069R.1. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 40. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, JANŽEKOVIČ, Franc, REŽEK DONEV, Nataša. Elevational diversity of reptiles on two Dinaric mountains. Journal of natural history, ISSN , Feb. 2008, vol. 42, no. 5/8, str , ilustr. doi: / [COBISS.SI-ID ] 41. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena. Rarity and decline in palaeoendemic Martino's vole Dinaromys bogdanovi. Mammal review, ISSN , 2008, issue 4, vol. 38, str , doi: /j x. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 42. ESMAEILI, Hamid Reza, GHOLAMHOSSEINI, Ghorbanali, TEIMORY, Azad, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Noteworthy record of the Mediterranean water shrew (Neomys anomalus) from south-western Iran (Mammalia: Soricomorpha). Turkish journal of zoology, ISSN , 2008, vol. 32, iss. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 43. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KLETEČKI, Eduard. Biogeography of small terrestrial vertebrates on the Adriatic landbridge islands. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2007, vol. 56, issue 3, str , graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 44. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Bat hibernacula in a cave-rich landscape of the northern Dinaric karst, Slovenia. Hystrix, ISSN , 2007, letn. 18, št. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 45. DUBEY, Sylvain, COSSON, J.-F., VOHRALÍK, Vladimír, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, DIKER, E., VOGEL, P. Molecular evidence of Pleistocene bidirectional faunal exchange between Europe and the Near East : the case of the bicoloured shrew (Crocidura leucodon, Soricidae). Journal of evolutionary biology, ISSN X, 2007, vol. 20, iss. 5, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 46. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, BUŽAN, Elena, HUTCHINSON, William F., HÄNFLING, Bernd. Phylogeography of the rare Balkan endemic Martino's vole, Dinaromys bogdanovi, reveals strong differentiation within the western Balkan Peninsula. Molecular ecology, ISSN , 2007, vol. 16, iss. 6, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 47. MACHOLÁN, Miloš, VYSKOČILOVÁ, M., BONHOMME, F., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ORTH, A., VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. Genetic variation and phylogeography of free-living mouse species (genus Mus) in the Balkans and the Middle East. Molecular ecology, ISSN , 2007, vol. 16, iss. 22, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 48. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. Distribution of field mice (Apodemus) (Mammalia: Rodentia) in Anatolia. Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2007, vol. 42, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 49. TOŠKAN, Borut, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Noteworthy rodent records from the upper pleistocene and holocene of Slovenia = Données remarquables sur les rongeurs du pléistocene supérieur et de l'holocene de Slovénie. Mammalia, ISSN , 2006, vol. 70, iss. 1/2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 50. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HUDOKLIN, Andrej, PAVLIN, Dušan. Bober (Castor fiber) v Sloveniji = Beaver (Castor fiber) in Slovenia. Scopolia, ISSN , 2006, no. 59, str. 1-41, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ]

4 4 od : KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, JANŽEKOVIČ, Franc. Relative warp analysis of cranial and upper molar shape in rock mice Apodemus mystacinus sensu lato. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 2005, 50, [no.] 4, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 52. JANŽEKOVIČ, Franc, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Non-volant terrestrial mammals (Mammalia) on the Adriatic island of Korčula. Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 2005, letn. 15, št. 1, str , graf. prikazi, zvd. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 53. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, MOZETIČ-FRANCKY, Bojana. Mt. Hermon field mouse Apodemus iconicus is a member of the European mammal fauna. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2005, vol. 54, no. 1/2, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 54. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PISTOTNIK, Medeja, SEDMAK ČASAR, Ksenija. Age determination and age structure in the edible dormouse Glis glis based on incremental bone lines. Mammal review, ISSN , 2005, vol. 35, no. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 55. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, REŽEK DONEV, Nataša. The atlas of slovenian bats (Chiroptera) = Atlas netopirjev Slovenije (Chiroptera). Scopolia, ISSN , 2005, no. 55, str. 1-92, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 56. JANŽEKOVIČ, Franc, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Geometric morphometry of the upper molars in European wood mice Apodemus. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2004, let. 53, št. 1, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 57. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Nipples in the edible dormouse Glis Glis. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2004, let. 53, št. 1, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 58. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HABERL, Werner, BAXTER, Rod, ZIMA, Jan. Morphology and karyology of two populations of the woodland dormouse Graphiurus murinus in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2004, an. 53, no. 4, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 59. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. Molar size variation in three species of pine vole in Asia Minor: Microtus subterraneus, M. majori and M. daghestanicus (rodentia: arvicolinae). Israel Journal of Zoology, ISSN , 2004, vol.50, str , graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 60. MACHOLÁN, Miloš, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. The location of the Mus musculus/m. domesticus hybrid zone in Balkans : clues for morphology. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 2003, vol. 48, no. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 61. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, et al. First record of the garden dormouse (Eliomys quercinus) in Slovenia. Acta zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, ISSN , 2003, 49, suppl. 1, str , zvd. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 62. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HUDOKLIN, Andrej, PAVLIN, Dušan (fotograf), et al. Population biology of the edible dormouse Glis glis in a mixed montane forest in Central Slovenia over three years. Acta zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, ISSN , 2003, 49, suppl. 1, str , graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 63. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ZAVODNIK, M., et al. Autumn population density of the edible dormouse (Glis glis) in the mixed montane forest of central Slovenia over 33 years. Acta zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, ISSN , 2003, 49, suppl. 1, str , graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 64. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Pygmy white-toothed shrew Suncus etruscus recorded in the southern Alps of Slovenia = Bělozubka najmenší (Suncus etruscus) nalezena v jižních Alpách Slovinska. Lynx, ISSN , 2003, let. 34, str , 1 zvd. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 65. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, GRIFFITHS, Huw I. Species richness and rarity in European rodents. Ecography, ISSN , 2002, letn. 25, št. 1, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 66. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Cranial variability in the Eastern hedgehog Erinaceus concolor (Mammalia: Insectivora). Journal of zoology, ISSN , 2002, 258, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 67. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Identity of four Apodemus (Sylvaemus) types from the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. Mammalia, ISSN , 2002, t. 66, n. 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 68. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, BENDA, P... The Caucasian mole Talpa caucasica - a new mammal for Iran. Mammalian biology, ISSN , 2002, 67, 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 69. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, LIPEJ, Lovrenc. Žužkojedi in glodalci doline Dragonije in njihovo naravovarstveno ovrednotenje = Insectivores and rodents of the Dragonja Valley and their evaluation in terms of nature conservation. Varstvo narave, ISSN , 2002, let. 19, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 70. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KEFELIOĞLU, H. Redescription and species limits of Microtus irani Thomas, 1921, and description of a new social vole from Turkey : (Mammalia: Arvicolinae). Bonner Zoologische Beiträge, ISSN , 2001, vol. 50, št. 1/2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 71. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Skull analysis of small blind moles from Turkey and Iran. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2001, vol. 50, no. 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 72. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Biodiverziteta listopadnega gozdnega ekosistema = Biodiversity of the Deciduous Forest Ecosystem. Gozdarski vestnik, ISSN , 2001, letn. 59, št. 7-8, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 73. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KEFELIOGLU, Haluk. The social vole Microtus socialis in the Near East. Mammal review, ISSN , 2001, vol. 31, št. 3, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 74. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Description, taxonomy and distribution of Talpa Davidiana. Mammalian biology, ISSN , 2001, 66, str [COBISS.SI-ID ]

5 5 od : KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Compartmentalization of body of a fat dormouse Glis Glis. Trakya Ünýversýtesý bilimsel araţtýrmalar dergisi. B serýsý. Series B, Fen bilimleri, atural and applied sciences, 2001, vol.\2, no.\2, str , graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 76. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Dormouse associations in Slovenia : a new approach to an old tradition. Trakya Ünýversýtesý bilimsel araţtýrmalar dergisi. B serýsý. Series B, Fen bilimleri, atural and applied sciences, 2001, vol.\2, no.\2, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 77. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, DAVISON, A., GRIFFITHS, H. I. Evolutionary biogeography of water shrews (Neomys spp.) in the western Palaearctic Region. Canadian journal of zoology, ISSN , 2000, vol. 78, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 78. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Cranial differentiation in Neomys water shrews. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2000, vol. 49, no. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 79. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KOLARIČ, K., PAUNOVIĆ, M. Age determination and age structure in Martino's vole Dinaromys bogdanovi. Mammalia, ISSN , 2000, t. 64, n. 3, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 80. KARAJIČ, Alije, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Favna sesalcev (Mammalia) Brkinov. Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 1999, letn. 9, št. 1=15, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 81. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HUDOKLIN, Andrej. Netopirji na prezimovališčih v Sloveniji v letih Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 1999, leto 9, št. 2=17, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 82. ÖZKAN, Beytullah, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Wood mice, Apodemus of two Turkish islands: Gökçeada and Bozcaada. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 1999, 48, 1, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 83. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, GRIFFITHS, Huw I. Mediterranean v. continental small mammal communities and the environmental degradation of the Dinaric Alps. Journal of biogeography, ISSN , 1999, 26, 1, str , graf. prikazi, tabele. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 84. KEFELIOĞLU, H., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. The taxonomy of Microtus socialis group (Rodentia: Microtinae) in Turkey, with the description of a new species. Journal of natural history, ISSN , 1999, 33, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 85. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Snow voles, genus Chionomys, of Turkey. Mammalia, ISSN , 1999, t. 63, n. 3, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 86. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Intersexual and interpopulation variability in the pelvis (os coxae) of the European souslik, Spermophilus citellus. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 1998, 47, št. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 87. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PETKOVSKI, Svetozar, KOSELJ, Klemen. Addition to bat fauna of Macedonia (Chiroptera, Mammalia). Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 1998, 47, št. 3, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 88. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, V..., KURTONUR, C... A new look at the identity and distribution of water shrews (Neomys spp.) in Turkey. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, ISSN , 1998, št. 63, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 89. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, TOME, Davorin. Unexpected record of pygmy white-toothed shrew Suncus etruscus in Central Slovenia (Insectivora, Mammalia). Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 1997, 7, št. 11, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 16885] 90. ALBAYRAK, Irfan, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Notes on the wild cat Felis silvestris in Turkey (Mammalia, Carnivora). Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 1997, 7, št. 11, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 16629] 91. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, MACHOLÁN, M... Morphological differentiation in Mus spicilegus and the taxonomic status of mound-building mice from the Adriatic coast of Yugoslavia. Journal of zoology, ISSN , 1997, 245, str. 1-12, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 3829] 92. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, MURARIU, D..., KURTONUR, C... Present distribution of the Golden Jackal Canis aureus in the Balkans and adjacent regions. Mammal review, ISSN , 1997, vol. 27, no. 2, str , zvd. [COBISS.SI-ID 3573] 93. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KRAFT, R... Cranial variation and taxonomy of garden dormice (Eliomys Wagner, 1840) in the circum- Mediterranean realm. Mammalia, ISSN , 1997, tom. 61, no. 3, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 2805] 94. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ČERVENY, Jaroslav. New and noteworthy records of bats in Slovenia. Myotis, ISSN , Nov. 1997, bd. 35, str , graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID 3061] 95. ZIMA, Jan, MACHOLÁN, Miloš, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PETKOVSKI, Svetozar, et al. Karyotypes of certain small mammals (Insectivora, Rodentia) from Macedonia. Scopolia, ISSN , december 1997, no. 38, str. 1-15, graf. prikazi. /Scopolia-38.pdf. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 96. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, STOJANOVSKI, Laste. Apodemus sylvaticus stankovici is a synonym of Apodemus flavicollis. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 1996, 45, 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 97. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, POLAK, S... Dental and skull abnormalities in the Stone marten Martes foina (Erxleben, 1777) from Slovenia. Small Carnivore Conservation, ISSN , 1996, no. 14, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 98. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HRABĚ, Vit. Variation in the baculum of the European souslik, Spermophilus citellus. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, ISSN , 1996, 61, str , graf. prilazi. [COBISS.SI-ID 18677] 99. FILIPPUCCI, Maria Grazia, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, SIMSON, Shimon, KURTONUR, Cengiz, ÖZKAN, Beytullah. Allozymic and biometric variation in Dryomys nitedula (Pallas, 1778). Hystrix, ISSN , 1994, 6, 1-2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 100. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, GRIFFITHS, Huw I., GRUBESIC, Marjan. Some new information on the distributions of the American and

6 6 od :45 European mink (Mustella spp.) in former Yugoslavia. Small Carnivore Conservation, ISSN , April 1994, no. 10, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 101. KURTONUR, Cengiz, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ÖZKAN, Beytullah. The European polecat (Mustela putorius) in Turkish Thrace. Small Carnivore Conservation, ISSN , October 1994, no. 11, str. 8-10, graf. prikazi. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 102. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, et al. Does Microtus majori occur in Europe?. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, ISSN , Dezember 1994, vol. 69, 6, str , graf. prikazi, tabele. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 103. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Geographic variation in the Greater horseshoe bat Rhinolophus ferrumequinum in south-eastern Europe. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 1993, 38, 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 104. BRUNET-LECOMTE, Patrick, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Evolutionary divergence of Microtus liechtensteini (Rodentia, Arvicolidae) based on the first lower molar. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 1993, vol. 38, no. 3, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 105. VUJOŠEVIĆ, Mladen, FILIPPUCCI, Maria Grazia, BLAGOJEVIĆ, Jelena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Evolutionary genetics and systematics of the garden dormouse, Eliomys Wagner, : 4 - Karyotype and allozyme analyses of E. quercinus dalmaticus from Yugoslavia. Bollettino di Zoologia, ISSN , 1993, 60, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 106. GRIFFITHS, Huw I., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KRAFT, R. Hunting pressures and badgers Meles meles: patterns and possible futures. Lutrainformatie, ISSN , December 1993, deel 36, num.2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 107. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. European sousliks (Spermophilus citellus: Rodentia, Mammalia) of Macedonia. Scopolia, ISSN , 1993, no. 30, str. 1-39, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 108. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. New records of small mammals (Insectivora, Rodentia) from Montenegro and their zoogeographical significance. Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Biologica, ISSN , 1992, 36, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 109. LIPEJ, Lovrenc, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Pygmy white-toothed shrew Suncus etruscus (Savi, 1822) in north-western Istria (Insectivora, Mammalia). Gortania, ISSN , 1991, 13, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 110. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, TVRTKOVIĆ, N. New information on the introduction into Europe of the small Indian mongoose, Herpestes auropunctatus. Small Carnivore Conservation, ISSN , 1992, 7, 16. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 111. FILIPPUCCI, Maria Grazia, FADDA, Vittorio, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, SIMSON, Shimon, AMORI, Giovanni. Allozyme variation and differentiation in Chionomys nivalis (Martins, 1842). Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 1991, 36, (1-2), str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 112. ČERVENY, Jaroslav, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. First Record of Eptesicus nilssoni, Keyserling et Blasius, 1839 (Chiroptera, Mammalia) in Slovenia. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1991, 39, 3, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 113. PURGER, Jene J., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Feral Coypu Myocastor coypus (Rodentia, Mammalia) in Yugoslavia. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1991, 39, 4, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 114. ŠKULJ, Maja, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Mali sesalci (Mammalia : Rodentia, Insectivora) v monokulturah črnega bora na slovenskem krasu. Zbornik gozdarstva in lesarstva, ISSN [Tiskana izd.], 1991, 37, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 115. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, TVRTKOVIĆ, Nikola. Variability and identity of the jackals (Canis aureus) of Dalmatia : (with 7 figures). Annalen des aturhistorischen Museums in Wien. B, Botanik, Zoologie, ISSN , 1990, 91, b, str. 7-25, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 116. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Nonmetric cranial variation and divergence of European sousliks (Citellus citellus) from Yugoslavia (Rodentia, Sciuridae). Bollettino di Zoologia, ISSN , 1990, 57, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 117. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PETKOVSKI, Svetozar. New Rekord of the Jackal Canis aureus Linnaeus, 1758 in Macedonia (Mammalia, Carnivora). Fragmenta balcanica, ISSN , 1990, 14, 307, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 118. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PETKOVSKI, Svetozar. New Records of Mammals from Macedonia (Mammalia). Fragmenta balcanica, ISSN , 1990, 14, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 119. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PETKOVSKI, Svetozar. Distribution of Water Shrews (gen. Neomys Kaup 1829, Insectivora, Mammalia) in Macedonia= Distribucija na vodenite rovčici(gen. Neomys Kaup 1829, Insektivora,Mammalia) vo Makedonija. Fragmenta balcanica, ISSN , 1989, 14, 12, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 120. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Hrček (Cricetus cricetus Linnaeus, 1758; Rodentia, Mammalia) edini stepski sesalec v slovenski favni = Hamster (Cricetus cricetus Linneaeus, 1785; Rodentia, Mammalia) the only steppe mammal in the Slovene fauna. Varstvo narave, ISSN , 1987, vol. 13, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 121. SABLINA, O. V., ZIMA, J., RADJABLI, S. I., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, GOLENIŠČEV, F. N. New data on karyotype variation in the pine vole, Pitymys subterraneus (Rodentia, Arvicolidae). Věstník Československé společnosti zoologické, ISSN , 1989, 53, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 122. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KOVAČIĆ, D. Vertical distribution of the snow vole Microtus nivalis (Martins, 1842) in northwestern Yugoslavia. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, ISSN , 1989, 54, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 123. ČERVENÝ, Jaroslav, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. A contribution to the knowledge of the Bats of Central and Southern Dalmatia, Yugoslavia (Chiroptera, Mammalia). Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1988, 36, 4, str [COBISS.SI-ID ]

7 7 od : KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Insectivores and rodents of the Central Dinaric Karts of Yugoslavia. Scopolia, ISSN , 1988, no. 15, str. 1-59, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 125. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Skull variability of Talpa romana Stankovici from Macedonia. Acta Theriologica, ISSN , 1987, 32, 28, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 126. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Variability of enamel tooth pattern in Microtus arvalis from Dalmatia (Rodentia, Mammalia). Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1986, 34, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 127. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Variability of Apodemus agrarius (Pallas, 1771)(Rodentia, Mammalia) in Yugoslavia and some data on its distribution in the northwestern part of the country. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1985, 33, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 128. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Forest dormouse Dryomys nitedula (Pallas, 1778) - Rodentia, Mammalia - in Yugoslavia. Scopolia, ISSN , 1985, no. 9, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 129. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Novi in redki netopirji (Chiroptera, Mammalia). Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 32, 1984, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 130. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Distribution of martens (gen. Martes Pinel, 1792, Carnivora, Mammalia) in Slovenia. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1984, 32, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 131. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, TVRTKOVIĆ, Nikola. Redescription of Arvicola terrestris illyrica (Barrett-Hamilton, 1899) - Rodentia, Mammalia. Biosistematika, ISSN , (Acta biologica Iugoslavica), 1984, 10, 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 132. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, KOVAČIĆ, D. Distribution, habitat requirements and morphometric characteristics of Micromys minutus Pallas, 1771 (Rodentia, Mammalia) in Yugoslavia. Biosistematika, ISSN , (Acta biologica Iugoslavica), 1984, 10, 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 133. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Pitymys liechtensteini Wettstein, 1927 (Rodentia, Mammalia) nova vrsta u fauni SR Bosne i Hercegovine. Glasnik Zemaljskog muzeja Bosne i Hercegovine u Sarajevu., Prirodne nauke, Les sciences naturelles, ISSN , 1984, 23 NOva serija, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 134. BRGLEZ, Janez, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Metacestod Echinococcus multilocularis (Leucart, 1863) Vogel, 1955, pri Apodemus flavicolis (Melchior) v Sloveniji. Zbornik Biotehniške Fakultete Univerze Edvarda Kardelja v Ljubljani, Veterinarstvo, Veterinary issue, ISSN , 1984, letn. 21, št. 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 135. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Alpska rovčica (Sorex alpinus Schinz, Insectivora, Mammalia). Arhiv bioloških nauka, ISSN , 1983, 35, 1-2, 5 str. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 136. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. New subspecies of Pitymys liechtensteini Wettstein, 1927 from Yugoslavia. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1983, 31, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 137. PETROV, B., ŽIVKOVIĆ, S., RIMSA, Desanka, VUJOŠEVIĆ, M., KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Taxonomic status of Sorex minutus Linnaeus, 1766 (Insectivora, Mammalia) from the southern part of the Balkan peninsula based on karyological analyses. Biosistematika, ISSN , (Acta biologica Iugoslavica), 1983, 9, 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 138. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. The distribution of hedgehogs (Erinaceus Linnaeus, 1758, Insectivora, Mammalia). Biosistematika, ISSN , (Acta biologica Iugoslavica), 1983, 9, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 139. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Sesalci (Mammalia) Ljubljanskega barja = The mammals (Mammalia) of Ljubljansko barje, Yugoslavia. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1982, 30, 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 140. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Some notes on Long-eared bats (gen. Plecotus Geoffroy, 1818, Chiroptera, Mammalia) in Slovenia. Biosistematika, ISSN , (Acta biologica Iugoslavica), 1980, 6, 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 141. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Prispevek k poznavanju sesalcev Bjelasice. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 27, 1979, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 142. TVRTKOVIĆ, N., ĐULIĆ, Beatrica, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. O razlikovanju Pitymys liechtensteini Wettstein, 1927 i Pitymys subterraneus De Sélys-Longchamps, 1836 (Mammalia, Rodentia) i njihovom rasprostranjenju u sjeverozapadnoj Jugoslaviji. Biosistematika, ISSN , (Acta biologica Iugoslavica), 1979, 5, 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 143. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Nove vrste sesalcev v favni Slovenije. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1972, 25, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 144. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Nyctalus leisleri Kuhl 1818 (Chiroptera, Mammalia) v Sloveniji. Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1974, 22, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 1.02 Pregledni znanstveni članek 145. CHIŞAMERA, Gabriel, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, SAHLEAN, Tiberiu, MURARIU, Dumitru, ZUPAN, Sara, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Bukovina blind mole rat Spalax graecus revisited : phylogenetics, morphology, taxonomy, habitat associations and conservation. Mammal review, ISSN , 2014, vol. 44, iss. 1, str , ilustr., zvd. doi: /mam [COBISS.SI-ID ]

8 8 od : KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. Taxonomic revision of the Palaearctic rodents (Rodentia) : Sciuridae: Xerinae 1 (Eutamias and Spermophilus) = Taxonomická revise palearktických hlodavců (Rodentia) : Sciuridae: Xerinae 1 (Eutamias a Spermophilus). Lynx, ISSN , 2012, vol. 43, no. 1-2, str , ilustr., graf. prikazi, zvd. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 147. JERNEJC KODRIČ, Mojca, TOME, Staša, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Okostje brazdastega kita v Prirodoslovnem muzeju Slovenije = Fin whale skeleton in the Slovenian Museum of Natural History. Scopolia, ISSN , 2012, no. 77, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 148. KARAMI, Mahmoud, HUTTERER, Rainer, BENDA, Petr, SIAHSARVIE, Roohollah, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Annotated check-list of the mammals of Iran = Komentovaný soupis savců Iranu. Lynx, ISSN , 2008, 39, 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 149. KOTROŠAN, Dražen, BJEDOV, Vladan, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Stanje istraženosti faune sisara Bosne i Hercegovine = State of research on the mammal fauna in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Radovi Šumarskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu, ISSN , 2006, no. 1, str. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 150. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Brazdasti kit (Balaenoptera physalus) v Prirodoslovnem muzeju Slovenije. Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 2004, let. 14, št. 1, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 151. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, PETKOVSKI, Svetozar. Annotated checklist of the mammals of the Republic of Macedonia. Bonner Zoologische Beiträge, ISSN , 2002 <izšlo 2003>, bd. 51, heft 4, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 152. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Overlooked names for European mammals. Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 1997, let. 46, št. 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID 2549] 153. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, GRIFFITHS, Huw I., VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. The status and use of Terricola Fatio, 1867 in the taxonomy of Palearctic "pine voles" (Pitymys) (Rodentia, Arvicolinae). Bulletin de l'institut royal des sciences naturelles de Belgique, Biologie, ISSN , 1996, 66, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 154. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, VOHRALÍK, Vladimír. Distribution of the Forest Dormouse Dryomys nitedula (Pallas, 1779) (Rotentia, Myoxidae) in Europe. Mammal review, ISSN , 1994, vol. 24, no. 4, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 155. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, LIPEJ, Lovrenc. Kiti (Cetacea) v severnem Jadranu. Annales, ISSN , 1993, 3, str. 9-20, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 156. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. The conservation status of the badger Meles meles (L., 1758) in Slovenia. Small Carnivore Conservation, ISSN , 1993, 8, [str.] [COBISS.SI-ID ] 157. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Sesalci (Mammalia) Dolenjske. Dolenjski zbornik..., ISSN , l992, str Ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 158. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Rdeči seznam ogroženih sesalcev (Mammalia) v Sloveniji. Varstvo narave, ISSN , 17, (1992), str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 159. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, TVRTKOVIĆ, Nikola. Range expansion by Dalmatian jackal population in the 20th century (Canis aureus Linnaeus, 1758). Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 1990, 39, 4, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 160. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, TVRTKOVIĆ, Nikola, MIKUSKA, Jozsef. Distribution of the field vole (Microtus agrestis) in Yugoslavia. Věstník Československé společnosti zoologické, ISSN , 1989, 53, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 161. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Fledermaus-Forschung in Slowenien. Laichinger Höhlenfreund, ISSN , 21 (1986) ; str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 162. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Razširjenost rovk v Sloveniji (Soricidae, Insectivora, Mammalia). Biološki vestnik, ISSN , 1983, 31, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 163. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Brown rat - Rattus norvegicus (Berkenhout, 1769) Rodentia, Mammalia - on the Yugoslav coast. Biosistematika, ISSN , (Acta biologica Iugoslavica), 9 (1983), 2 ; str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 1.03 Kratki znanstveni prispevek 164. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Valid name for the Balkan lynx: Lynx lynx martinoi Mirić, 1978, is a junior synonym of Lyx lyx balcanicus Bureš, Folia Zoologica, ISSN , 2013, vol. 62, iss. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 165. NADERI, Gholamreza, KABOLI, Mohammad, KARAMI, Mahmoud, REZAEI, Hamid R., LAHOOT, Masoud, KAMRAN, Mehdi, KOREN, Toni, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Mammary number and litter size of the fat dormouse in the Southern Caspian coast. Mammalia, ISSN , nov. 2013, ahead of print, str. 1-4, ilustr., graf. prikazi /mammalia xml?format=INT, doi: /mammalia [COBISS.SI-ID ] 166. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, GLASNOVIĆ, Peter, PETKOVSKI, Svetozar. The status of a rare phylogeographic lineage of the vulnerable European souslik Spermophilus citellus, endemic to central Macedonia. Oryx, ISSN , 2012, vol. 46, iss. 3, str , zvd. doi: /S X. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 167. ABI SAID, Mounir, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. First record of the forest dormouse, Dryomys nitedula (Pallas, 1799), in Lebanon (Mammalia:

9 9 od :45 Rodentia). Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2012, vol. 56, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 168. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Unusual occurrence of the bicoloured white-toothed shrew (Crocidura leucodon) : perspective from Slovenia (Soricomorpha: Soricidae). Lynx, ISSN , 2009, 40, str dir=archiv&table=tabpublikacearchiv&id=2620. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 169. KRAFT, Richard, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Rediscovery of the holotype skull of the garden dormouse, Eliomys melanurus (Wagner) : (Mammalia, Rodentia, Gliridae). Spixiana, ISSN , 2009, bd. 32, h. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 170. ESMAEILI, Hamid Reza, GHOLAMHOSSEINI, Ghorbanali, ZAREIAN, Halimeh, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Noteworthy range extension of two white-toothed shrews in Iran : Crocidura suaveolens and Suncus etruscus (Soricidae). Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2008, vol. 45, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 171. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, HUTTERER, Rainer. The Ural field mouse Apodemus uralensis - a mammal species new to Iran. Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2006, vol. 38, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 172. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Distributional status of the Indian flying fox Pteropus giganteus in Sri Lanka. Acta Chiropterologica, ISSN , 2005, 7, 1, str , zvd. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 173. LIPEJ, Lovrenc, DULČIĆ, Jakov, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. On the occurence of the fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) in the northern Adriatic. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, ISSN , 2004, vol. 84, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 174. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, ÖZKAN, Beytullah, KURTONUR, Cengiz. Abnormal skull of Roach's mouse-tailed dormouse (Myomimus roachi). Lynx, ISSN , 2004, 35, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 175. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. The Cretan Stone Marten Martes foina bunites. Small Carnivore Conservation, ISSN , 2004, no. 30, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 176. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. The Stone Marten Martes foina milleri on the Island of Rhodes. Small Carnivore Conservation, ISSN , 2004, no. 31, str. 6-8, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 177. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, JANŽEKOVIČ, Franc. Najdba etruščanske rovke Suncus etruscus (Savi, 1882) na otoku Lošinju (Hrvaška). Annales, Series historia naturalis, ISSN X, 2003, letn. 13, št. 2, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 178. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. The distribution of the Levant Mole, Talpa levantis. Zoology in the Middle East, ISSN , 2001, 23, str , zvd. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 1.04 Strokovni članek 179. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Lobanja "šarskega risa" v Prirodoslovnem muzeju Slovenije. Lovec, ISSN , 2013, letn. 96, št. 1, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 180. POLIČNIK, Helena, POKORNY, Boštjan, VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Spreminjanje spola uplenjenih/izločenih parkljarjev - le čemu? : kontrola z analizo genskega lokusa SRY. Lovec, ISSN , feb. 2011, let. 94, št. 2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 181. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Šakali vse okrog nas. Lovec, ISSN , 2011, letn. 94, št. 5, str , ilustr. /ftp/glasilolovec/2011/lovec pdf. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 182. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris (avtor, fotograf). Rakun pri Trebnjem. Lovec, ISSN , 2011, let. 94, št. 7/8, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 183. VARLJEN BUŽAN, Elena, KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Ohranjanje gamsa tudi s pomočjo genetike. Lovec, ISSN , 2010, letn. 93, št. 7/8, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 184. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Navadni polh. Svet ptic, ISSN , sep. 2008, letn. 14, št. 3, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 185. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Inštitut za biodiverzitetne študije : poročilo za leto Glasnik ZRS Koper, ISSN , 2006, let. 11, št. 1/2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 186. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Pomen razvoja naravoslovja v okviru Univerze na Primorskem. Glasnik ZRS Koper, ISSN , 2006, let. 11, št. 1/2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 187. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Inštitut za biodiverzitetne študije : poročilo za leto Glasnik ZRS Koper, ISSN , 2005, let. 10, št. 1/2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 188. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris, GRIFFITHS, Huw I. L'ours de Slovénie : anatomie d'un conflit entre l'homme et l'ours brun. Western magazine, ISSN , jan./fev. 2005, no. 42, str , ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID ] 189. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Polh : neznani znanec iz sosednjega gozda, Tema meseca. Gea, ISSN X, jan. 2004, letn. 14, št. 1, str [COBISS.SI-ID ] 190. KRYŠTUFEK, Boris. Inštitut za biodiverzitetne študije : poročilo za leto Glasnik ZRS Koper, ISSN , 2004, let. 9, št. 1/2, str [COBISS.SI-ID ]

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