Some Data On the Phenology and the Activity-Patterns of Nemastoma Lugubre (Müller) and Mitostoma Chrysomelas (Hermann) (Nemastomatidae, Opilionida, Arachnida)

Some Data On the Phenology and the Activity-Patterns of Nemastoma Lugubre (Müller) and Mitostoma... SOME DATA ON THE PHENOLOGY AND THE ACTIVITY-PATTERNS OF NEMASTOMA LUGUBRE (MÜLLER) AND MITOSTOMA CHRYSOMELAS (HERMANN) (NEMASTOMATIDAE, OPILIONIDA, ARACHNIDA) by J. MEIJER * (Department of Biology, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) 1. INTRODUCTION The life cycle of Nemastoma lugubre (Müller) and Mitostoma chrysomelas (Hermann) in the Netherlands is not very well known. Some aspects of the ecology of both species can now be described in some detail on the basis of the collection of a large number of specimens of both species. The animals were caught during a field study near the old sea-dike of the Lauwerszee North of Zoutkamp (Prov. of Groningen) (see map, Fig. 1). In this area five pitfall traps were operated from June 1968 till April 1970. This study is part of an investigation into the immigration of animals into the recently constructed Lauwerszeepolder. (The dike of this polder was closed in May 1969.) In this connection attention was paid * Address of the author: Herestraat 56, Grijpskerk (Groningen, The Netherlands). 106 to the terrestrial fauna in the surroundings of the polder, being a possible source of immigrants. The area of investigation was a piece of wasteland (breadth 15 m, length some hundred meters) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Netherlands Journal of Zoology (in 2003 continued as Animal Biology) Brill

Some Data On the Phenology and the Activity-Patterns of Nemastoma Lugubre (Müller) and Mitostoma Chrysomelas (Hermann) (Nemastomatidae, Opilionida, Arachnida)

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Brill
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© 1971 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0028-2960
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1568-542X
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10.1163/002829672X00211
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SOME DATA ON THE PHENOLOGY AND THE ACTIVITY-PATTERNS OF NEMASTOMA LUGUBRE (MÜLLER) AND MITOSTOMA CHRYSOMELAS (HERMANN) (NEMASTOMATIDAE, OPILIONIDA, ARACHNIDA) by J. MEIJER * (Department of Biology, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) 1. INTRODUCTION The life cycle of Nemastoma lugubre (Müller) and Mitostoma chrysomelas (Hermann) in the Netherlands is not very well known. Some aspects of the ecology of both species can now be described in some detail on the basis of the collection of a large number of specimens of both species. The animals were caught during a field study near the old sea-dike of the Lauwerszee North of Zoutkamp (Prov. of Groningen) (see map, Fig. 1). In this area five pitfall traps were operated from June 1968 till April 1970. This study is part of an investigation into the immigration of animals into the recently constructed Lauwerszeepolder. (The dike of this polder was closed in May 1969.) In this connection attention was paid * Address of the author: Herestraat 56, Grijpskerk (Groningen, The Netherlands). 106 to the terrestrial fauna in the surroundings of the polder, being a possible source of immigrants. The area of investigation was a piece of wasteland (breadth 15 m, length some hundred meters)

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Netherlands Journal of Zoology (in 2003 continued as Animal Biology)Brill

Published: Jan 1, 1971

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