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Studies on the chironomid midges diptera chironomidae collected at kamikochi and asama onsen nagano prefecture japan



Studies on the chironomid midges diptera chironomidae collected at kamikochi and asama onsen nagano prefecture japan



Medical Entomology and Zoology 42(2): 109-128



Collections of adult chironomid midges were carried out at two localities in Nagano Prefecture, at Asama-Onsen in the suburbs of Matsumoto City on May 17, and at Kamikochi on May 18 and 19, 1990. Most of the midges were collected with sucking tubes at night while they were attracted to the fluorescence lamps of vending machines at both localities. A large number of males of Microspectra yunoprima Sasa, 1984, swarming at the side of Lake Myojin and Lake Taisho were collected also with insect net during daytime at Kamikochi. All the adult males among them were dissected and mounted on slides, and a total of 9 species (including a new genus and 4 new species) were identfiied from the collections at Kamikochi, and also 17 species (including 6 new species) from those of Asama-Onsen. The new species described are: Stictochironomus kamiprimus, Microspecta kamisecunda, Diplocladius kamitertius, SHINANOYASURIKA kamiquarta, Demicryptochironomus asamaprimus, Synorthocladius asamasecundus, Eukiefferiella asamaquarta, E. asamatertia, E. asamaquinta and Toyamayusurika asamasexta. A new combination, E. kibunesagittaria, is also mentioned.

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