||Kielhorn, K.-H. & I. Rödel
||Badumna longinqua nach Europa eingeschleppt (Araneae: Desidae)
||Badumna longinqua introduced into Europe (Araneae: Desidae)
||A female specimen of the cribellate spider species Badumna longinqua (L. Koch, 1867) was found in a 'do-it-yourself-store' in Berlin. The species is of Australian origin and has been introduced into New Zealand, Japan, Uruguay and California. This is the first record of a representative of the family Desidae from Europe. B. longinqua lives in and around houses and is apparently capable of establishing itself in Europe.
||alien spider species, Berlin, Central Europe, Germany, global trade
- Arachnologische Mitteilungen - 10.5431/aramit4201