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STREPSIPTEROUS PARASITES OF HOMOPTERA INJURIOUS TO THE RICE PLANT IN SARAWAK, BORNEO, WITH DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-III)

@inproceedings{Hirashima1978STREPSIPTEROUSPO,
  title={STREPSIPTEROUS PARASITES OF HOMOPTERA INJURIOUS TO THE RICE PLANT IN SARAWAK, BORNEO, WITH DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-III)},
  author={Yoshihiro Hirashima and 平嶋 義宏},
  year={1978}
}
Three species of the strepsipterons, Halictophagus munroei sp. n., Halictophagus spectrus Yang and Elenchus yasumatsui Kifune et Hirashima, which are parasitic on Homoptera injurious to the rice plant are recorded from Sarawak for the first time. Halictophagus helleri Kinzelbach is regarded as a synonom of Halictophagus spectrus Yang. In Sarawak, Halictophagzs munroei is parasitic on Nephotettix nigropictus and Nephotettix virescens [Deltocephalidae], ’ Halictophagus spectrus on Cicadella… 
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