Agnyphantes expunctus (O. P.-Cambridge, 1875), O. P. - Cambridge, 1875

Candek, Klemen, Gregoric, Matjaz, Kostanjsek, Rok, Frick, Holger, Kropf, Christian & Kuntner, Matjaz, 2013, Targeting a portion of central European spider diversity for permanent preservation, Biodiversity Data Journal 1, pp. 980-980: 980

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.1.e980

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scientific name

Agnyphantes expunctus (O. P.-Cambridge, 1875)
status

 

Agnyphantes expunctus (O. P.-Cambridge, 1875)  

Materials

Occurrence: recordedBy: Kuntner, Gregorič, Čandek; sex: 3 males; Location: locationID: CH16; country: Switzerland; locality: Engadin, Silvaplana ; minimumElevationInMeters: 1930; maximumElevationInMeters: 1930; decimalLatitude: 46.4667; decimalLongitude: 9.7946; Event: eventDate: 2011-07-11; habitat: Larix and Pinus forest GoogleMaps   Occurrence: recordedBy: Kuntner, Gregorič, Čandek; sex: 6 females, 9 males; Location: locationID: CH23; country: Switzerland; locality: Grison Alps, Alp Flix, Salategnas ; minimumElevationInMeters: 1900; maximumElevationInMeters: 1900; decimalLatitude: 46.5141; decimalLongitude: 9.6448; Event: eventDate: 2011-07-12; habitat: forest opening, grass and shrubs GoogleMaps   Occurrence: recordedBy: Kuntner, Gregorič, Čandek; sex: 5 females, 5 males; Location: locationID: CH32; country: Switzerland; locality: Grison Alps, Alp Flix, Salategnas ; minimumElevationInMeters: 1955; maximumElevationInMeters: 1955; decimalLatitude: 46.5203; decimalLongitude: 9.6458; Event: eventDate: 2011-07-16; habitat: timberline forest, moss GoogleMaps