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Kyushu Univ. Production 九州大学成果文献
Cover image of BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE LATE PROFESSOR TEISO ESAKI, THE FORMER CHIEF OF THE HIKOSAN BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY
Staff Members of the Laboratory
出版情報: ESAKIA. 6, pp. 1-26, 1967-10-10. 九州大学農学部附属彦山生物学研究所
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Cover image of SOME QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS SOMELID FAUNA OF THE RYUKYU ON THE CHRY-ARCHIPELAGO
Kimoto, Shinsaku ; 木元, 新作
出版情報: ESAKIA. 6, pp. 27-54, 1967-10-10. 九州大学農学部附属彦山生物学研究所
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概要: 1. The Chrysomelid fauna of the Ryukyu Archipelago and the island of Yakushima is analysed by some quantitative methods. 2. Indices used for the comparison of faunas are the following three indices. i) Nomura-Simpson’s Coefficient (= Nomura’s Standard Common Ratio, 1939 & 1940, = Simpson’s Coefficient, 1943). ii) Harnomity Index of Subfamilies (CA formula). iii) Harnomity Index of Genera (C, formula). 3. Islands treated in this paper are classified into three fauna1 groups, according to their fauna1 similarities. i) Yakushima. ii) Amami-Oshima and Okinawa Is. iii) Ishigaki and Iriomote Is. 4. The fauna of Tokara Is. is characteristic. According to the number of common species (Nomura-Simpson’s Coefficient), Tokara Is. is related to Amami-Oshima and Okinawa Is. By contrast, the fauna of Tokara Is. is different from the other islands of the archipelago, in accordance with relative representation of subfamilies and genera, and represents a characteristic disharmonic fauna in having dominant Alticids and inferior Galerucids. 5. Though the fauna of Tokara Is. is disharmonic, this should be considered as Subordinate Fauna of Amami-Oshima, in having high persentage of common species with Amami-Oshima. 6. Origin of the disharmonic fauna of Tokara Is. is resulted by sea-invasions of the Ryukyu and Kunigami Periods of Pleistocene. 7. After the regression of ocean, the immigrants to Tokara Is. probably invased from Amami-Oshima and its southern islands, because of the high figures of the Nomura-Simpson’s Coefficient with Amami-Oshima and its southern islands. 続きを見る
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Cover image of A LIST OF THE CHRYSOMELID SPECIES FROM HONG KONG, WjTH DESCRIPTIONS OF THREE NEW SPECIES
Kimoto, Shinsaku ; 木元, 新作
出版情報: ESAKIA. 6, pp. 55-63, 1967-10-10. 九州大学農学部附属彦山生物学研究所
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Cover image of A LIST OF THE CHRYSOMELID SPECIMENS FROM THE HIMALAYAS AND KASHMIR, PRESERVED IN THE ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM, BERLIN
Kimotom, Shinsaku ; 木元, 新作
出版情報: ESAKIA. 6, pp. 65-75, 1967-10-10. 九州大学農学部附属彦山生物学研究所
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Cover image of SOME REMARKS ON THE COMMONLY KNOWN SPECIES OF THE GENUS DIPLOLEPIS GEOFFROY IN JAPAN
Yasumatsu, Keizo; 安松, 京三; Taketani, Akihiko ... [ほか]
出版情報: ESAKIA. 6, pp. 77-87, 1967-10-10. 九州大学農学部附属彦山生物学研究所
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概要: Diplolepis jafiom2a (Walker) gives rise to a spherical monothalamous gall on either side of the blade or petiole of the compound leaf, rarely on the younger fruit of Rosa polyapztha Sieb. et Zucc. In this species, the occurrence of the male is very rare. The ovary and the ovarian egg are typical of those of most of the Cynipidae. The ovaries are composed of about 55 ovarioles. The average number of eggs in the ovaries of one individual is 331. Total length of the egg is 0.798 mm. The life-cycle was estimated by the dissection of galls every ten days. Adult wasp emerges from the third week of April to the beginning of May. The larva hatches either 10 or 40 days after oviposition, thus dividing the egg stage into two types. The galls develop in the beginning of May, and drop on the ground in early autumn. The larvae hibernate inside the galls and begin to pupate late in February. 続きを見る