This translation is intended to act as a supplement to the Dutch publication, to which reference should be made for photographs and figures. Page numbering is specific to the English version. To speed access to species descriptions, these are included in the index pages 3 & 4 (see page 117 in the Dutch Version).
Members of the Harvestman Recording Scheme (HRS) were so impressed with the quality of Hay Wijnhoven’s De Nederlandse hooiwagens (Opiliones) that it was felt an English translation was highly desirable. This would greatly enhance the available literature for identifying these most interesting creatures in Britain and also aid the detection of future introductions from the continent.
The Dutch publication can be purchased in the UK from Pemberley Books for the cost of £15.00 plus P&P (approx. £2) See :Pemberley Books - De Nederlandse hooiwagens (Opiliones) For further information and to purchase directly see:Naturalis Biodiversity Centre - Entomologische Tabellen
____________________________________________________________________________________________ Harvestman Atlas 1988 by John Sankey
Reproduced with permission of C.E.H.
To view this atlas you must have a pdf reader (e.g.AdobeReader).
____________________________________________________________________________________________ Newsletter of the Opiliones Recording Scheme
Editor: Paul Hillyard
This is for those individuals who wish to browse the four original news letters produced by Paul in the years 1998 to 2001.
___________________________________________________________________________________________ Field Studies Council interactive guide to British and Irish harvestmen. https://harvestmen.fscbiodiversity.uk/
This resource provides species accounts with photographs, identification features, distribution and ecology. The site also includes a key with a feature that enables users to compare selected species, highlighting the differences between them and identification features to look for.
Resource created by Paul Richards and Richard Burkmar for the Field Studies Council, 2017.