EMBOLEMIDAE OF JAPAN, WITH DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF EMBOLEMUS FROM HACHI JO ISLAND (HYMENOPTERA, BETHYLOIDEA)*

@article{Hirashima1975EMBOLEMIDAEOJ,
  title={EMBOLEMIDAE OF JAPAN, WITH DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF EMBOLEMUS FROM HACHI JO ISLAND (HYMENOPTERA, BETHYLOIDEA)*},
  author={Yoshihiro Hirashima and 平嶋 義宏 and Kenzo Yamagishi and 山岸 健三 and ヨシヒロ ヒラシマ and ケンゾウ ヤマギシ},
  journal={ESAKIA},
  year={1975}
}

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