Martin Lemke

Martin Lemke
Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change (LIB) Section Arachnology & Myriapodology

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Introduction
I am mainly interested in spider disribution of northern Germany, but Europe also. Also red lists oft spiders.
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Publications (26)
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The crab spider Xysticus brevidentatus Wunderlich, 1995 is one of the most rarely recorded thomisids in Europe. A new record of this species from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the northernmost of its currently known distribution, is presented together with first photographic illustrations of both adult sexes and the diagnostic genital characteristics. Th...
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List of German names for the spiders of Germany (Araneae). Common names play an important role in the efficient communication of scientific results in biology, for instance in the area of applied conservation science, in popular articles and in Citizen Science projects. Common names can increase the readability of texts aimed at the general public...
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Am 13. Dez. 2018 löste das Auffinden einer unbekannten Spinne in einer Lieferung von Bananen in einem Kieler Lebensmittelmarkt einen Feuerwehreinsatz aus. Es wurde eine potenziell gefährliche exotische Spinne befürchtet. Das Tier wurde im Rahmen der Gefahrenabwehr von der Feuerwehr eingefangen und an Mitarbeiter des Landesamtes für Land-schaft, Umw...
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In the years 2004 to 2017 the author has recorded 25 spider species and one harvestman newly for Schleswig-Holstein. The unpublished records since 2010 are presented for the first time: 2010: Araniella inconspicua (Simon, 1874); 2011: Hahnia ononidum Simon, 1875; 2012: Centromerus incilium (L. Koch, 1881); 2013: Mermessus trilobatus (Emerton, 1882)...
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In the years 2004 to 2017 the author has recorded 25 spider species and one harvestman newly for Schleswig-Holstein. The unpublished records since 2010 are presented for the first time: 2010: Araniella inconspicua (Simon, 1874); 2011: Hahnia ononidum Simon, 1875; 2012: Centromerus incilium (L. Koch, 1881); 2013: Mermessus trilobatus (Emerton, 1882)...
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Rare spiders and harvestmen from abandoned military training areas in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania , Germany (Arachnida: Araneae, Opiliones). The second records of Evarcha laetabunda and Philaeus chrysops for Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania were made during four field excursions. The formerly regional extinct or lost species Harpactea hombergi was r...
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As part of the German Barcode of Life campaign, over 3500 arachnid specimens have been collected and analyzed: ca. 3300 Araneae and 200 Opiliones, belonging to almost 600 species (median: 4 individuals/species). This covers about 60% of the spider fauna and more than 70% of the harvestmen fauna recorded for Germany. The overwhelming majority of spe...
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Haplotype network of the species complex Xysticus audax and X. cristatus, along with their closest relatives. To guarantee unequivocal morphological determination, only males were included. Small black dots indicate hypothetical haplotypes. (TIF)
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Sequence data for the 3538 analyzed arachnid specimens. Includes the mite outgroup retrieved from BOLD: BOLDMSACA57112_OG_Acari. FASTA-formatted. See S1 Table for more details on specimens. (FAS)
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Maximum Likelihood tree with bootstrap values. The analysis was run for 1 million generations and includes 1000 bootstrap replicates. Apart from ID and species name, life stage, sex and coordinates of collecting locality are given. See S1 Table for more details on individual specimens in the tree. (PDF)
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Haplotype network of the species pair Tibellus maritimus and T. oblongus. Small black dots indicate hypothetical haplotypes. (TIF)
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Field data and IDs for all analyzed specimens. This table lists collecting date and location (incl. GPS coordinates), collector, taxonomy, identifier, preservation fluid, life stage and sex for the specimens analyzed. Sample IDs in this table correspond to those given in S1 Fig (NJ tree) and S2 Fig (ML tree), as well as in S4 Table ('splits') and S...
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List of closest species pairs and most distant congeneric species pairs for spiders. Statistics, individual by species, for three types of distance comparisons (intraspecific, closest interspecific, largest congeneric): minimal, maximal, mean and median intraspecific genetic distances; closest species (by distance) and minimal, maximal and median d...
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List of closest species pairs and most distant congeneric species pairs for harvestmen. Legend: see caption for S2 Table. (XLSX)
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Lowest interspecific distances, 'lumps'. This table contains the 731 pairwise comparisons with the lowest allospecific (but congeneric) p-distances in the dataset, ranging from 0 to 5%. 353 comparisons have values below 3%. Specimens are identified through species name and ID (see S1 Table for more details). (XLSX)
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Neighbor Joining tree. PDF can be searched for species names. Apart from ID and species name, life stage, sex and coordinates of collecting locality are given. See S1 Table for more details on individual specimens in the tree. (PDF)
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Haplotype network of three species of the Pardosa pullata group. Small black dots indicate hypothetical haplotypes. (TIF)
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Highest intraspecific distances, 'splits'. This table contains the 352 pairwise comparisons with the highest conspecific p-distances in the dataset, ranging from 10 to 3% (range 5 to 3% given in gray, denoting an 'uncertainty zone' for average species limits in this scenario). 164 comparisons have values above 4%. Specimens are identified through s...
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The species have been collected between 2007 and 2012, with the majority having been discovered in the last couple of years. Data on their ecology, distribution and taxonomy are given. The significance of this large number of new species discovered in a relatively short time span is briefly discussed. The last checklist from 2003 reported 562 speci...
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Spider collecting in northern lower saxony
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wurde die Spinnenfauna der Tagebaufolgelandschaft Goitz-sche in Sachsen-Anhalt untersucht. Unter den insgesamt 90 gefundenen Spinnen-und drei Weberknechtarten befanden sich einige bemerkenswerte Funde, wie Maso gallicus SIMON 1894, Myrmarachne formicaria (DE GEER, 1778), Pseudicius encarpatus (WALCKENAER, 1802), Clubiona juvenis SIMON, 1878 sowie d...
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A surprisingly large number of European spider species have never been reliably rediscovered since their first description many decades ago. Most of these are probably synonymous with other species or unidentifiable, due to insufficient descriptions or missing type material. Here we discuss about 50 of these cases, declare some names as nomina dubi...
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Five species were recorded for the first time in Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany: Psilochorus simoni (Berland, 1911) (Pholcidae), Ero aphana (Walckenaer, 1802) (Mimetidae), Panamomops mengei Simon, 1926 (Linyphiidae), Archaeodictyna consecuta (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) (Dictynidae). Nigma walckenaeri (Roewer, 1951) (Dictynidae) is not considered...
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Remarkable spider (Araneae) records in Schleswig-Holstein of the years 2004 to 2007. A list of records of 10 spider species that have not been recorded for Schleswig-Holstein/Germany so far and that were found between the years 2004 and 2007 is given. Additional notes about some other 18 species from the regional red list are made.
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The actual knowledge of the spider fauna (Araneae) at the Steinhuder Meer, Lower Saxony

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To generate checklists and distribution maps for the spiders of Northern Germany aimed at species conservation and management.
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Zoologisches Museum Hamburg. Phase 1: identify the species that occur.
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