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A taxonomic study on Salix-inhabiting gall midges in Japan (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae).

@inproceedings{Nijveldt1982ATS,
  title={A taxonomic study on Salix-inhabiting gall midges in Japan (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae).},
  author={W. Nijveldt and J. Yukawa},
  year={1982}
}
Nine nominal species of .Sia/ix-inhabiting gall midges are recognized to be distributed in Japan. Among them, three species, Iteomyia capreae, Rabdophaga rosaeformis and R. clavifex are recorded, for the first time, from Japan. A Japanese endemic species, R.yanagi is newly combined with the genus Lygocecis, and a neotype of the species is designated. Two Japanese species, R. salicivora and Helicomyia chidai, and a European species, /. major, are synonymized with R. rigidae, L. yanagi and… Expand
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