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Effects of fires on butterfly assemblages in lowland dipterocarp forest in East Kalimantan
The post‐fire butterfly fauna in lowland dipterocarp forest of the Bukit Soeharto Education Forest (BSEF), East Kalimantan, Indonesia, was assessed during the period November 1998–April 2000 by meansExpand
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Japanese species of the genus Amphiareus Distant (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae), with descriptions of two new species
Japanese species of the genus Amphiareus Distant of the lyctocorine flower bug are revised. Two new species, A. ruficollaris and A. ochraceus, are described and illustrated, and descriptions of threeExpand
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The fauna of the family Bombycidae sensu lato (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Bombycoidea) from Mainland China, Taiwan and Hainan Islands.
Seventy-seven species of family Bombycidae s. lat., belonging to 25 genera in three subfamilies, that have been recorded from China are listed and described, with illustrations of the adults,Expand
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A revision of Japanese species of the genus Psammoecus Latreille (Coleoptera, Silvanidae)
Abstract Japanese species of the genus Psammoecus Latreille, 1829 are taxonomically revised. Four new species, P. scitus sp. n. (misidentified with P. quadrimaculatus), P. labyrinthicus sp. n., P.Expand
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A revision of the Japanese species of the family Bucculatricidae (Lepidoptera)
The Japanese species ef the family Bucculatrieidae ar taxonomically revised and thc life histories of cach species are investigated. In Japan, in the past only three species, BucculatrixjirmianellaExpand
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The subgenus Pentapedilum Kieffer (Diptera: Chironomidae) in the Yaeyama Islands, the Ryukyus, Japan
As a result of a multi-year survey, we recognize three Pentapedilum species, including a new species, from Iriomote Is-land, Japan. Polypedilum (Pentapedilum) acristylum sp. nov. is described asExpand
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Taxonomic Revision of the Tribe Brontini (Coleoptera: Silvanidae) in Japan and Taiwan With Reference to Their Larval and Pupal Morphologies
Abstract The species of the tribe Brontini from Japan and Taiwan are revised. Two new species, Megahyliota cryptolucidus sp. nov. and Macrohyliota sculptus sp. nov. (misidentified with Mac.Expand
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