Trichoptera fauna of the miura peninsula kanagawa japan

Nozaki, T.

Science Report of the Yokosuka City Museum 35: 37-44

1987


Accession: 007968919

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Abstract
Larvae, pupae and adults of Trichoptera were collected from the Miura Peninsula of Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Twenty-two species belonging to 11 families are recorded in this study. The habitats of caddis larvae are mainly small streams in the hill areas. Most of downstreams which flow the flat land are unsuitable for the larval habitat because of the water pollution and the riparian works. The common species of this region are follows: Cheumatopsyche sp., Apatania aberranas, Nothopsyche ruficollis and Goerodes japonicus.