A a set of plastic cups taken from the pipe trap in the Carpinus forest on limestone near Suchomasty (photo M. Šafra); the soil profile is inhabited by Porrhomma cambridgei, see Fig. 3A B a fissure network in sandy marl near Nebušice, which was rich in Porrhomma microcavense, see Fig. 3D (the pipe trap was ten meters from this quarry wall) (photo M. Řezáč) C, D a scree soil near Hostovice, which was rich in Porrhomma microps, see Fig. 3E (photo J. Dolanský) E a fissure network in sandy marl near Mravín (the pipe trap was 200 meters from this profile) (photo J. Dolanský) F a hole for a pipe trap near Mravín in the soil, which was rich in Iberina microphthalma and P. cambridgei, see Fig. 3C (photo J. Dolanský).

  Part of: Řezáč M, Růžička V, Dolanský J, Dolejš P (2023) Vertical distribution of spiders (Araneae) in Central European shallow subterranean habitats. Subterranean Biology 45: 1-16. https://doi.org/10.3897/subtbiol.45.95850