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Arachnologische Gesellschaft e. V.
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Record Maps for Arachnids in Germany
(Arachnida: Araneae, Opiliones, Pseudoscorpiones)


This project, Record Maps for Arachnids in Germany, was established to serve as the working basis and a source of data with respect to two areas:

1. Geographical distribution

2. Conservation efforts

It is intended to provide solid answers to the typical questions that arise with the report of a spider:
Has the species already been found in the region? Where and by whom? Is it rare or infrequent? How widespread is the species in Germany?
Thus every species map requires a detailed source list for all reports (but only the information necessary to produce the map. Purely ecological aspects are thus missing). The classification of such reports by decade is intended to provide long-term documentation of changes in population numbers, thus providing a fundamental basis for the preparation of endangered species (red) lists using reliable data.

Cyclosa conica, European Spider of the Year 2016

Nachweiskarten Deutschland

Piet Tutelaers
Winfried Borlinghaus
Friedrich Koch

Aloysius Staudt
Dr. Steffen Dillinger
Martin Lemke
Jürgen Peters
Gerhard Büchler
Dr. Peter Jäger
Mike Lauterbach

Dr. Christian Komposch
Brigitte Komposch
Dr. Barbara Knoflach
Dr. Jürgen Gruber
Guido Gabriel
Arno Grabolle
Pierre Oger
Patrick Neuberg
Werner Rose

Ingolf Rödel

    Project participants:  
Hummeltal, Bavaria
Hans-Jürgen Beck
  Wurzburg, Bavaria
Dr. Oliver-D. Finch
Oldenburg, Lower Saxony
Andreas Herrmann
Potsdam, Brandenburg
Nuremberg, Bavaria
Dr. Peter Jäger
Natural History Museum Senckenberg, Frankfurt on the Main
  Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein
Dr. K.-H. Kielhorn
Nikolaj Klapkarek
Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia
Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia
Dreieich, Hesse
Dr. Dieter Martin
Dr. Sabine Merkens
Osnabrück, Lower Saxony
Dr. Christoph Muster
Florence of the Elbe, Saxony
Dr. Dietrich Nährig
Walldorf, Baden-Württemberg
Ulrich Ratschker
Tharandt, Saxony
Ingolf Rödel
  Lugau, Brandenburg
Axel Schönhofer
  Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate
Dr. Jörg Spelda
  Natural History Collections, Munich
Helmut Stumpf
Wurzburg, Bavaria
Dr. Alexander Sührig
  Göttingen, Lower Saxony
Sebastian Voigt
  Halle, Saxony-Anhalt
Dieter Weber
Haßloch, Rhineland-Palatinate

Project coordination:

Schmelz, Saarland

WEB realisation:

Graphics and layout:   Aloysius Staudt
Code optimization:   Piet Tutelaers Eindhoven/NL
Martin Lemke Lübeck
Michael Hohner Nuremberg
Translation:   Kevin Pfeiffer Berlin

Last updated: Jan. 24, 2016