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A Revision of the Subgenus Evylaeus of the Genus Lasioglossum in Japan (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) Part I
This paper presents a revisional study of the subgenus Evylaeus of the genus Lasioglossum in Japan. We propose a system of species-group classification based on Japanese Evylaeus as follows: 1) theExpand
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Conservation of novel Mahya genes shows the existence of neural functions common between Hymenoptera and Deuterostome
Honeybees have been shown to exhibit cognitive performances that were thought to be specific to some vertebrates. However, the molecular and cellular mechanisms of such cognitive abilities of theExpand
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On MOKUROKU File Based on "A Check List of Japanese Insects" on INTERNET
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A database file MOKUROKUbased on "A Check List of JapaneseInsects"is opento INTERNET as wellas in the ComputerCenter of Kyushu University. Expand
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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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Bees of Natural Forests, Teak Plantations and Agricultural Fields in Thailand
Twenty species of bees collected in tropical natural forests, Teak plantations and agricultural fields in various areas in Thailand from 2006 to 2008 are reported. Eighteen species are recorded fromExpand
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The Genus Andrena from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) (2)
This is the second report of a taxonomic study of the genus Andrena collected by the Kyushu University Expedition in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in 2000 to 2004. Collection data obtained from CentralExpand
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The bee family Halictidae (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) from Central Asia collected by the Kyushu and Shimane Universities Expeditions
Abstract Background Central Asia is one of the important centers of bee diversity in the Palearctic Region. However, there is insufficient information for many taxa in the central Asian bee fauna.Expand
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Records of the Strepsiptera Parasitic on the Korean Apoidea (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-XXIII)
Six species of the genus Stylops and Halictoxenos are recorded from 6 species of the Korean andrenid and halictid bees. All of the parasites are reported from Korea for the first time. None has beenExpand
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The Genus Andrena Collected from Nepal (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) with Redescriptions of Some Types of Andrena Described from North India
Ten species of the genus Andrena mainly collected by the Hokkaido University Scientific Expedition to Nepal Himalaya 1968, including description of seven new species from Nepal, are reported.Expand
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