The harvestman Nelima doriae new for the Netherlands (Arachnida: Opiliones) On November 5, 2006 two males, two females, one subadult female and a juvenile of Nelima doriae were collected in Kessel, province of Limburg, the Netherlands. An additional number of 67 juveniles, 2 males and one female were recorded on November 28, 2006 and on January 2, February 16, and March 4, 2007. The harvestmen were found under decaying logs and at the base of a concrete construction near the river Maas. The species probably has two generations per year. Since N. doriae has not yet been found north of the Alps, undoubtedly it has been introduced by man. Data on morphology, ecology and distribution are given. Original illustrations are presented.