During our first visit, when we set our traps and marked our localities, we found some interesting invertebrates. One wolf spider (Pardosa) was found near sediment basin on fourth locality. Unfortunately (but as expected), it was only juvenile and therefore could not be identified further into species. Pleasant surprise was Saldula bug jumping around our first locality, on wet sand, probably looking for something to snatch and eat. Unfortunately (again), it was a female, and therefore could be identified only into a group of species, specifically Saldula pallipes group. On our first locality we also found another young Pardosa and one young Pirata spider. Another spider found was Erigone atra, a very tiny black spider. Our last found was a female od Stenocranus major, monophagous planthopper on Phalaris arundinacea.