A small faunistic survey has been carried out in the Bulgarian part of Sakar Mountain. As a result, the list of species known from the studied region increased from 17 to 149. Eleven species are new to the Bulgarian fauna, while 6 of them are also reported for the first time from the Balkan Peninsula. Zelotes boluensisWunderlich, 2011 is reported for the first time from Europe. New photographs and drawings are provided for Mesiotelus annulipes (Kulczyński, 1897), that has not been depicted since its original description. New photographs are given also for 11 other species. Short zoogeographical notes are provided for selected species.
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Vol. 18 • No. 7