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Systematics of the Flea Weevils of the Tribe Ramphini (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) from East Asia II. Phylogenetic Analysis and Higher Classification
Phylogenetic analysis of East Asian Ramphini was performed to make a classification system based on the inferred phylogenetic relationships of the genera and subgenera. Phylogenetic reconstructionExpand
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Taxonomic Study of the Subfamily Anthonominae from Japan (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)
Taxonomic study of the subfamily Anthonominae in Japan deals with 20 species in the genera Atzfhonomus and Bradybum including 8 new species. These new species are Anthonomus alni, A. miyakawai, A.Expand
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On the Genera of the Oriental Baridinae (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)
The genera of the Baridinae in the Oriental region are briefly reviewed. Out of 67 genera treated, 15 genera are newly described, two are newly synonymized, and one is transferred from thisExpand
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Systematics of the Flea Weevils of the Tribe Ramphini (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) from East Asia I. Descriptions of New Taxa and Distribution Data of Some Species
First part of our study on the tribe Ramphini (=Rhynchaenini, Orchestini) from East Asia deals with weevils of the genera Sphaerorchesfes gen. nov., Imachra, Synorchestes, Tachyerges,Expand
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Two New Species of the Genus Ochyromera (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) from Japan
Two new species of the genus Ochyromera are described from Japan: 0. pieridis sp. n and 0. rectirostris sp. n. The former was captured on leaves of Pieris japonicus of the family Ericaceae, and theExpand
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On the Systematic Position of the Genus Euphyllobiomorphus: an Adelognathous Weevil with Cylindrical Rostrum (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)
Euphyi’lobiomorphus is unique in its cylindrical rostrum, exposed maxillae and thin mandibles as in the Phanerognatha like an anthonomine weevil, whereas the mandibles have deciduous process and theExpand
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Systematics and evolution of weevils of the genus Bagoos Germar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) II. Taxonomic treatment of the species of Japan
The Japanese species of Bagous are treated systematically; 17 species are recognized, of which 15 are newly described. These new species are B. buckinghami O’Brien and Morimoto, B. fractus O’BrienExpand
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