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The hymenopterous parasitoids of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera, Yponomeutidae) in Japan.
Hymenopterous parasitoids of the diamondback moth occurring in Japan are summarized as follows (species with an asterisk indicates secondary parasitoid and a dagger shows the primary and secondaryExpand
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RECORDS OF THE STREPSIPTERA FROM AUSTRALIA AND SRI LANKA IN THE COLLECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-XI)
Based on the male mater ia l kep t a t the Smi thsonian Ins t i tu t ion , U. S. A. , four new species of the St reps ip tera , Mengenilla australiensis from Australia, Triozocera ceylonensis,Expand
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NINE NEW SPECIES OF THE GENUS STYLOPS (STREPSIPTERA : STYLOPIDAE) PARASITIC ON THE GENUS ANDRENA (HYMENOPTERA : ANDRENIDAE) OF JAPAN (Studies on the Japanese Strepsiptera X)*
Nine new species of the genus Stylops (Strepsiptera : Stylopidae) are described from 10 species of the Japanese Andrena (Hymenoptera : Andrenidae). Those are : S. japonicus sp. n. from A. (Andrena)Expand
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A NEW SPECIES OF ANDRENA FROM JAPAN (HYMENOPTERA, ANDRENIDAE)
A new species, Andwna (Euandrena) tateyamuna, is described from the subalpine region of central Honshu, Japan. In 1979 and again in 1981, one of us, Tamasawa, was able to collect a new species ofExpand
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DESCRIPTIONS FEMALE OF TWO NEW SPECIES AND ONE UNRECORDED OF THE GENUS ANDRENA FROM JAPAN (HYMENOPTERA, ANDRENIDAE)
Two new species of the genus Andrena, A. (Euandrena) taisetsusana, and A. (Melandrena) anzu, are described from Japan. The female of A. (Hoplandrena) macroceps (Matsumura) is described for the firstExpand
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