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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 publicly available publications and unpublished survey reports and academic papers, and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!

4 sources:

Ballini S, Stauder F & Steinberger K-H (2014): Webspinnen (Arachnida: Araneae); in: Schatz H, Wilhalm T: Tag der Artenvielfalt 2013 auf den Armentara- Wiesen (Gemeinde Wengen, Südtirol, Italien) – Gredleriana 11: 311–315 
Ballini S, Stauder F & Steinberger K-H (2015): Webspinnen und Weberknechte (Arachnida: Araneae, Opiliones); in: Schatz H & Wilhalm T: Tag der Artenvielfalt 2014 in St. Felix (Gemeinde Unsere Liebe Frau im Walde – St. Felix, Südtirol, Italien). – Gredleriana 15: 168–171 
Knoflach B, Pfaller K & Stauder F (2009): Cortestina thaleri - a new dwarf six-eyed spider from Austria and Italy (Araneae: Oonopidae: Oonopinae).Contributions to Natural History 12: 743–771 
Stauder F, Steinberger K-H & Ballini S (2010): Webspinnen und Weberknechte (Arachnida: Araneae, Opiliones); in: Wilhalm T & Schatz H: GEO-Tag der Artenvielfalt 2009 im Tauferer Tal nördlich von Bruneck (Pustertal, Gemeinde Bruneck, Südtirol, Italien). – Gredleriana 10: 357–361