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Checklisten der Fauna Österreichs, No. 3 [Checklist of the Fauna of Austria, Volume 3]

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Series: Biosystematics and Ecology Volume: 24
By: Erhard Christian, Josef Gusenleitner and Pascal Querner
Checklisten der Fauna Österreichs, No. 3 [Checklist of the Fauna of Austria, Volume 3]
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Language: German

Collembola (Pascal Querner): The Austrian checklist of Collembola contains published records of 485 species. Problematic records are compiled in an appendix. Palpigradi (Erhard Christian): The Austrian checklist of palpigrades (micro-whipscorpions) contains two species and five subspecies. Problematic data are annotated in an appendix. Vespidae (Josef Gusenleitner): Currently 97 species of Vespidae (represented by four subfamilies) are known from Austria. One of these species occurs in two subspecies. Several species have a restricted distribution, they are found e.g. only in the eastern and/or southeastern part of the country. Few species were recorded in the high alps of Tyrol only. Two species of the genus Ancistrocerus have been separated in recent years, their occurence in the different regions is not assured.

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Series: Biosystematics and Ecology Volume: 24
By: Erhard Christian, Josef Gusenleitner and Pascal Querner
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