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RECORDS OF THE STREPSIPTERA OF SRI LANKA IN THE COLLECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF SEVEN NEW SPECIES (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-VI)
Based on the material kept at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C., seven new species of Strepsiptera, Mengenilla orientalis, Stichotrema ceylonense, S. ambiguum, S. krombeini, S. simile,… Expand
EMBOLEMIDAE OF JAPAN, WITH DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF EMBOLEMUS FROM HACHI JO ISLAND (HYMENOPTERA, BETHYLOIDEA)*
Systematic and biological studies of the family Andrenidae of Japan (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) Part 2. Systematics, 7
Subgeneric classification of the genus Ceratina Latreille of Asia and West Pacific, with comments on the remaining subgenera of the world (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)
Eight subgenera of the genus Ceratina Latreille (Anthophoridae) are recognized from Asia and West Pacific; they are Chloroceratina, Lioceratina, Xanthoceratina, Catoceratina, Ceratinidia, Ceratina… Expand
A tentative catalogue of the genus Halictus Latreille of Japan, and her adjacent territories (Hymenoptera, Halictidae)
A Synopsis of the Bee Genus Palaeorhiza Perkins (Hymenoptera, Colletidae) of New Guinea : Part III. Subgenera Trachyrhiza, Paraheterorhiza, Hadrorhiza
Eight species of P a l a e o r h i z a belonging to five subgenera are discussed. Subgenera Gressittapis, Noonadania, Sphecogaster and Ceratorhiza are described as new. Five new species, P.… Expand
TWO NEW SPECIES OF STREPSIPTERA FROM THAILAND (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-V)
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 secondary… Expand
Redescriptions of the Types of Some Japanese Scelionidae Preserved in the United States National Museum (Hymenoptera, Proctotrupoidea)
TAXONOMIC STUDIES ON THE GENERA APOROPHLEBUS, EUMICROSOMA AND PLATYTELENOMUS OF JAPAN AND KOREA (HYMENOPTERA, SCELIONIDAE, TELENOMINAE)
Aporophlebus, Eumicrosomu and Platytelenomus of the subfamily Telenominae of the family Scelionidae are reported from Japan and Korea. Four new species, Eumicrosoma paulum Ryu, Pkztytelenomus brew&… Expand