Fourteen adult specimens of Berlandina nubivaga (Simon 1878) (two females and twelve males) were collected in Aosta Valley (NW Italy) by pitfall traps mostly placed in alpine pastures at about 2000 m elevation. The male is described and the palpal morphology is illustrated; a new drawing of the female internal genitalia is also given. The critical analysis of previous records suggests the distribution of B. nubivaga may be restricted to the Alps.
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