Autor Thema: Leiobunum rupestre, L. tisciae und Nelima apenninica => Literaturzitat  (Gelesen 289 mal)

Lars Friman

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aus Nicholson (2011) in: S.R.S. News. No. 69 In Newsl. Br. arachnol. Soc. 120.

"There is a certain amount of taxonomic confusion arising concerning Leiobunum tisciae and Leiobunum rupestre.
Even though both these species are apparently easily separated, Leiobunum tisciae is not recognized in Central
Europe whereas Leiobunum rupestre is. The problem of getting a description which we can use for identification
purposes is confounded by the fact that there is another species, Nelima apenninica, which may be conspecific
with Leiobunum tisciae. The result of all this is that there is a considerable amount of taxonomic work to be done
to resolve these issues. I am assured by Dr. Axel Schönhofer that L. tisciae, which is similar in outer appearance
to L. rupestre, is the only one of the two species which inhabits the coast of Germany and Scandinavia, as well
as in Great Britain."

Also wer L. rupestre / L. tisciae findet, sollte diese direkt an Axel Schönhofer senden oder über mich (ich mache
lediglich Fotos von den Exemplaren, keine Genitaluntersuchung's), da ich für Ihm auch noch weiteres Material gesdammelt habe. Wer seine
Fundexemplare später zurück haben möchte bekommt sie auch zurück.

Lars Friman  
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