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Pamphilius histrio (Hymenoptera, Pamphiliidae) found in Hokkaido, the first distribution record from Japan


, : Pamphilius histrio (Hymenoptera, Pamphiliidae) found in Hokkaido, the first distribution record from Japan. Japanese Journal of Entomology 65(1): 193-194

A female of Pamphilius histrio was found feeding on Alnus hirsuta in Hokkaido, Japan, during 1996.


Accession: 002914815

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