Gajić I & Grbić G
Further notes on spiders from the Special Nature Reserve Zasavica (Serbia)
Ergänzungen zur Spinnenfauna des Zasavica-Naturschutzgebietes (Serbien)
Zasavica is a wetland in western central Serbia with very little information on its spider fauna. During 2011 faunistic research was carried out; the material collected mostly using pitfall traps, but also sweep netting, beating and hand-collecting. A total of 3053 individuals were caught, and 107 species from 21 families were identified. Among these species, seven are first records for the Serbian fauna: Holocnemus pluchei (Scopoli, 1763), Dactylopisthes digiticeps (Simon, 1881), Walckenaeria alticeps (Denis, 1952), Pachygnatha listeri Sundevall 1830, Liocranoeca striata (Kulczyński, 1882), Phrurolithus minimus C. L. Koch, 1839 and Tibellus maritimus (Menge, 1875). Additionally, 59 species are new for the reserve. Beside a new species list for the reserve, some notes on these national records were made.
deciduous forest, devastation, inundation forest, new records, Serbian fauna