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Kielhorn, K.-H. & I. Rödel (2011)

Badumna longinqua nach Europa eingeschleppt (Araneae: Desidae)
Badumna longinqua introduced into Europe (Araneae: Desidae)
Heft 42, 1-4  download PDF    DOI: 10.5431/aramit4201
Keywords: alien spider species, Berlin, Central Europe, Germany, global trade

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