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Spiders new to Norway ( Arachnida , Araneae ) with ecological , taxonomical and faunistic comments

@inproceedings{Aakra2016SpidersNT,
  title={Spiders new to Norway ( Arachnida , Araneae ) with ecological , taxonomical and faunistic comments},
  author={Kjetil Aakra and Glenn Halvor Morka and Annie Antonsen and Magne Farlund and Eugene Armand Roy and Wr{\aa}nes and Roar Fr{\o}landshagen and Harald L{\o}vbrekke and Per Furuseth and Arne Fjellberg and Martin Lemke and Walter P. Pfliegler and S Andersen and Kjell Magne Olsen and Bjarte and Aadland and Kai Berggren and Aakra},
  year={2016}
}
A total of 46 species of spiders (Araneae) are reported as new to Norway, as follows; Aculepeira lapponica (Holm, 1945), Araneus triguttatus (Fabricus, 1793) (Araneidae), Brommella falcigera (Balogh, 1935), Emblyna mitis (Thorell, 1875), Lathys humilis (Blackwall, 1855), Mastigusa macrophthalma (Kulczynski, 1897) (Dictynidae), Phaeocedus braccatus (L. Koch, 1866), Trachyzelotes pedestris (C.L. Koch, 1837) (Gnaphosidae), Acartauchenius scurrilis (O.-P. Cambridge, 1872), Aphileta misera (O. P… 
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