The Mirid Subfamily Cylapinae (Heteroptera: Miridae), Or Fungal Inhabiting Plant Bugs in Japan

@inproceedings{Yasunaga2000TheMS,
  title={The Mirid Subfamily Cylapinae (Heteroptera: Miridae), Or Fungal Inhabiting Plant Bugs in Japan},
  author={T. Yasunaga},
  year={2000}
}
  • T. Yasunaga
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • within the Miridae. The majority of the species in this group are known to be associated with fungi. The faunae of the subfamily have been poorly documented, due to the specialized habit and habitat, and in part to the remarkable speed and agility of both immature and mature forms, which makes their capture by hand challenging (Wheeler 1994). Only 14 species have been known to occur in the Palearctic Region (Kerzhner & Josifov 1999), and the Japanese fauna has been represented by Fulvius… CONTINUE READING
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