||Hajdamowicz, I., M. Stanska, M. Zalewski & W. Ciurzycki
||Emblyna brevidens (Araneae: Dictynidae) in the Mazurian Lake District (NE Poland) – rediscovered in Poland
||Research was carried out on lake islands in the Mazurian region of NE Poland in 2004. During the study, 8546 specimens of 190 spider species were caught by Barber traps. One male of Emblyna brevidens (Kulczynski, 1897) was found on an island of Lake Wigry (Wigry National Park). This site was situated on the edge of a peat bog with Salicetum pentandro-cinereae, surrounded by wet alder forest. For the first time complete diagnostic drawings and measurements for both sexes of E. brevidens from Poland are given.
||diagnostic drawings, habitat description, rare species, spiders, Wigry National Park
- Arachnologische Mitteilungen - 10.5431/aramit3305