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The enumeration of insects collected at Uchiumi-mura, Ehime Prefecture, Japan (I)


, : The enumeration of insects collected at Uchiumi-mura, Ehime Prefecture, Japan (I). Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, Ehime University 42(2): 167-190

A total of 670 species of insects is recorded occurring in Ehime Prefecture, Japan. Distributional and taxonomic notes are provided for some species. The insects include Odonata, Blattaria, Mantodea, Isoptera, Orthoptera, Phasmida, Dermaptera, Hemiptera, Formicidae and Lepidoptera.

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