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For this present recording scheme we basically used two kinds of data sources:

  1. publicly available publications and unpublished survey reports and academic papers, and
  2. private collections and private faunistic databases.

The review of faunistic publications is nearly complete only for Nord Rhine-Westphalia (reviewed by Dr. Martin Kreuels) und Rhineland-Palatinate (reviewed by Annette Lehna and Horst Krummenauer). In 2003 the review of material for Baden-Württemberg was completed (reviewed by D. Nährig, K.-H. Harms, J. Kiechle und J. Spelda).

For the rest of Germany the percentage of reviewed literature is probably below 50%.

We like to take this opportunity to thank all persons who provided data from their collections and databases!

Legend: is currently revised, low detail level, medium detail level, high detail level

5 sources:

Christophoryová J, Krajčovičová K, Šťáhlavský F, Španiel S & Opatova V (2023): Integrative taxonomy approach reveals cryptic diversity within the phoretic pseudoscorpion genus Lamprochernes (Pseudoscorpiones: Chernetidae).Insects 14, 122: 1–30; DOI: 10.3390/insects14020122 
Kotrbová J, Opatova V, Gardini G & Šťáhlavský F (2016): Karyotype diversity of pseudoscorpions of the genus Chthonius (Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae) in the Alps.Comparative Cytogenetics 10: 325–345; DOI: 10.3897/CompCytogen.v10i3.8906 
Kovařík F, Lowe G, Byronová M & Šťáhlavský F (2020): Euscorpius thracicus sp. n. (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae) from Bulgaria.Euscorpius 326: 1–17 
Manhart C, Blick T, Hula V, Muster C, Schönhofer A, Šťáhlavský F, Burmeister J & Birnbeck S (2021, unpublished): Spinnen, Weberknechte und Pseudoskorpione 2019/2020. In: „AUM Evaluierung Acker“ + Einzugsgebiet Bach.LfL Bayern, Freising 
Šťáhlavský F & Ducháč V (2001): Neue und wenig bekannte Afterskorpion-Arten aus der Tschechischen Republik.Arachnologische Mitteilungen 21: 46–49; DOI: 10.5431/aramit2105