Short communication: spiders of Sabah: fifty new records including the description of a new Leucauge species

@article{Nasir2016ShortCS,
  title={Short communication: spiders of Sabah: fifty new records including the description of a new Leucauge species},
  author={Dzulhelmi Muhammad Nasir and Chun-Xing Wong and Asraf Bakri and Faszly Rahim and Norma-Rashid Yusoff},
  journal={Biodiversitas},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={799-807}
}
This paper is the second part of a continuing series, with the main objective of compiling and recording the spider species that can be found in Sabah, Malaysia. Based on the specimens collected during this field trip, a total of 50 new records of spider species from 11 families and 37 genera have been found. This includes one newly discovered spider species, the Leucauge sabahan sp. nov which is described based on a female specimen. It is hoped that this inventory can be used to assist in the… 

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