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Kyushu Univ. Production 九州大学成果文献
Cover image of The Genus Andrena Collected from Nepal (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) with Redescriptions of Some Types of Andrena Described from North India
Tadauchi, Osamu; Matsumura, Takeshi; 多田内, 修 ... [ほか]
出版情報: ESAKIA. 47, pp. 1-20, 2007-10-31. 九州大学大学院農学研究院昆虫学教室
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概要: Ten species of the genus Andrena mainly collected by the Hokkaido University Scientific Expedition to Nepal Himalaya 1968, including description of seven new species from Nepal, are reported. Cameron’s types of four Andrena species, which were described from north India, are redescribed. 続きを見る
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Kyushu Univ. Production 九州大学成果文献
Cover image of Reference Database File TABR Based on Tropical Asian Bees
Tadauchi, Osamu; Mitai, Katsushi; Inoue, Hitoshi ... [ほか]
出版情報: ESAKIA. 47, pp. 21-23, 2007-10-31. 九州大学大学院農学研究院昆虫学教室
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概要: A reference database file, TABR, based on tropical Asian bees was constructed and is available to the public via the Internet. Each record is composed of 11 items, and consists of scientific names (family, genus and species), distribution data, type designation with sex, type locality, type depository, source of the original description, synonymy, references and notes. A home page and an example of a search of the TABR database is presented. It is administered by a SIGMA management system. A user can access the database file by visiting the following URL: http://konchudb.agr.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/ tabr/. 続きを見る
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Cover image of Taxonomic Study of the Japanese Species of the Nomada ruficornis Species Group (Hymenoptera, Apidae) with Remarks on Japanese Fauna of the Genus Nomada
Mitai, Katsushi; Tadauchi, Osamu; 三田井, 克志 ... [ほか]
出版情報: ESAKIA. 47, pp. 25-167, 2007-10-31. 九州大学大学院農学研究院昆虫学教室
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概要: The ruficornis species group of genus Nomada in Japan is taxonomically revised. Thirty species are recognized, including two new species and one species newly recorded from Japan. Thirty-two species and two subspecies are synonymized. In comparison with the faunas of European countries, the fauna of the Japanese Nomada is moderate in terms of the number of species, and is characterized by (1) a rich roberjeotiana species group, and (2) the absence of the integra and superba species groups, which are distributed widely in the Palearctic region. 続きを見る
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Cover image of A Revision of the Subgenus Evylaeus of the Genus Lasioglossum in Japan (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) Part I
Murao, Ryuki; Tadauchi, Osamu; 村尾, 竜起 ... [ほか]
出版情報: ESAKIA. 47, pp. 169-254, 2007-10-31. 九州大学大学院農学研究院昆虫学教室
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概要: This paper presents a revisional study of the subgenus Evylaeus of the genus Lasioglossum in Japan. We propose a system of species-group classification based on Japanese Evylaeus as follows: 1) the carinate-Evylaeus superspecies-group is divided into five species-groups and two species-subgroups; 2) the carinaless-Evylaeus superspecies-group is divided into 11 species-groups and two species-subgroups. In this paper (Part I), the carinate-Evylaeus superspecies-group is treated. It contains 18 species. The specimens that have been misidentified as Lasioglossum (Evylaeus) vulsum (Vachal) in Japan are classified as L. (E.) hoffmanni (Strand). A lectotype is designated for L. (E.) hoffmanni. The male of L. (E.) naitoi Ebmer et Maeta is described for the first time. Seven species are recorded from the following localities for the first time: L. (E.) affine (Smith), L. (E.) apristum (Vachal), L. (E.) duplex (Dalla Torre), L. (E.) hoffmanni (Strand) and L. (E.) sibiriacum (Blüthgen) from South Korea; L. (E.) nipponense (Hirashima) from Taiwan; and L. (E.) percrassiceps (Cockerell) from South Korea and Taiwan. All of the Japanese species of the carinate-Evylaeus superspecies-group are re-described or provided with a supplementary description with photographs, illustrations and SEM photographs of important characters. Keys to both sexes of the Japanese species of this group are provided. Remarks and diagnoses on concerning taxonomy, geographical distribution, flight and flower records, social structure, and biological references for each species are given. 続きを見る