4 edition of Catalogue of injurious insects in Ryukyu Islands found in the catalog.
Catalogue of injurious insects in Ryukyu Islands
|Statement||by Tokuichi Shiraki.|
|Series||SIRI report ;, no. 5|
|Contributions||United States. Army.|
|LC Classifications||DS895.R9 N3 no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||56026859|
Zimmerman, Elwood C. Insects of Hawaii; a manual of the insects of the Hawaiian Islands, including an enumeration of the species and notes on their origin, distribution, hosts, parasites, etc University of Hawaii Press Honolulu Australian/Harvard Citation. Pages in category "Insects of Japan" The following 66 pages are in this category, out of 66 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
The subtropical beauty of Okinawa makes it Japan’s top resort destination. And much like Okinawa's food and culture, the wildlife found on these Japanese islands is completely different from what you'll find in the rest of the country. Here’s a rundown of some of Okinawa's most famous wildlife, the cute, interesting and downright dangerous. We analyzed the morphological and molecular phylogenetic characteristics of Sus bone and tooth specimens excavated from the Noguni shell midden and the Noguni B shell midden (c. – uncal. BP), in Okinawa main island. They were compared with those of Sus remains from later sites on the Okinawa Islands (c. – uncal. BP) as well as modern Ryukyu wild boar (Sus scrofa riukiuanus).
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Catalogue of injurious insects in Ryukyu Islands (SIRI report). Full text of "Catalogue of injurious insects in Japan (exclusive of animal parasites)" See other formats. Description: Cockroaches (or simply "roaches") are insects of the order Blattodea. This name derives from the Latin word for "cockroach", blatta.
Among the most well-known species are the American cockroach, Periplaneta americana, which is about 30 mm (1 inch) long, the German cockroach, Blattella germanica, about 15 mm (1/2 inch) long, the Asian cockroach, Blattella asahinai, also about.
Catalogue of injurious insects in Japan (exclusive of animal parasites). Related Titles. Series: Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Natural Resources Section. Preliminary study no. 71 By. Shiraki, Tokuichi, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info.
Pacific Insects Vol. 4, no. 1 and 22 species which are known at present only from the Ryukyu Islands may be found in these neighbouring Oriental countries. Consequently the Ceratopogonid fauna of the Ryu kyu Islands shall have more Oriental elements in the future.
I am greatly indebted to Dr. Wirth, U. National Museum, and Dr. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Excerpt from Injurious Insects: How to Recognize and Control Them Insects exact of the human race an enormous toll in property injured and destroyed. Unfortunately, in the interrelations of life, most things that man desires, uses, or needs are the natural food of one or another species of insect, usually of by: 3.
The Islands of Kagoshima being the northern or southern limit of the distribu-tion of many species. Takarajima Is. is home to the endemic species Crenitis (Acrenitis) tokarana Na- kane, Dorcus titanus takaraensis (Fujita & Ichika- wa), and Rhabdoblatta takarana Asahina, and is the northern limit of the ranges of Zizina otis riu- kuensis (Matsumura) and Prosopogryllacris okadai.
Frederick Vincent Theobald FES (15 May – 6 March ) was an English entomologist and "distinguished authority on mosquitoes". During his career, he was responsible for the economic zoology section of the Natural History Museum, London, vice-principal of the South-Eastern Agricultural College at Wye, Kent, Professor of Agricultural Zoology at London University, and advisory.
larger book published the same year that was based just on injurious insects and their remedies (Cooke, b). In earlyCharles Valentine Riley (–), entomologist at the U.S Author: Pjotr Oosterbroek. A new species of Phthiridium (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) from Iriomote Island, the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, with a key to nycteribiid bat flies of Japan Article September with 76 Reads.
Pacific Insects 13(): 5 December ON SOME ELATERID-BEETLES FROM THE RYUKYU ARCHIPELAGO (Coleoptera) The present paper is a result of the study of about specimens of Elaterid-beetles from the Ryukyu Islands through the courtesy of Dr J. Gressitt of the Bishop Museum.
Full text of "Insects injurious to agriculture in Japan" See other formats. This work establishes the means to identify the nearly species of Hawaiian carabid beetles of the tribe Platynini, which constitutes a monophyletic radiation.
The native Hawaiian platynines represent almost half of the carabid fauna, and this volume is the first of three intended books that will taxonomically treat all of the native and introduced carabid species found in the Hawaiian Islands.2/5(1). INJURIOUS INSECTS Injurious insects include members of almost all orders and comprise species which destroy cultivated plants and forest trees, others which injure grain and stored products, manufactured goods and raw materials; there are again species which infest domestic animals as well as those which molest or harm man himself.
The next class to be considered is that of the INSECTS viewed from our present standpoint, theyare of greater importance than the whole of the rest of the Animal Kingdom.
Insects can be readily recognised by the presence of a pair of antennae or feelers, six pairs of legs, and the division of the body into head, thorax and abdomen. Insects of Hawaii: a manual of the insects of the Hawaiian Islands, including an enumeration of the species and notes on their origin, distribution, hosts, parasites, etc, Volume 2.
Platypleura kuroiwae with a lighter appearance is a smaller endemic Platypleura, but in contrast to P. kaempferi, it is found on nearly every island, including smaller and relatively unvegetated islands (Okinoerabu-jima, Iheya-jima, Tokashiki-jima, and Kume-jima), on the Amami and Okinawa islands, on the northern Ryukyu by: 3.
the Ryukyu Archipelago of Japan and the northern reaches of the Philippines in the western Pacific Ocean. The holotype and a paratype were collected at 35 m depth from Funauki Bay, Iriomote-jima, Ryukyu Islands, while the four other paratypes were collected at 24–36 m from Fuga Island, Cagayan Province, northern Size: 9MB.
A new species of Phthiridium (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) from Iriomote Island, the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, with a key to nycteribiid bat flies of Japan Masahiko SATô 1), Motoyoshi MOGI 2) 1) Rishiri Town Museum, Senhoshi, Rishiri Is.
2) Division of Parasitology, Department of Pathology and Biodefense, Faculty of Medicine, Saga UniversityAuthor: Masahiko SATô, Motoyoshi Mogi.Social Structure and Reproductive Systems ofTramp Versus Endemic Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) ofthe Ryukyu Islands! KATSUSUKE YAMAucm2 AND KAzuo OGATA3 ABSTRACT: Currently, ant species have been recorded from the Ryukyu Islands, Japan.
Of these, 54 species, many of which are probably new to sci ence, have not yet been identified. Abstract. We performed molecular phylogenetic analyses based on the mitochondrial COI gene ( bp) and the nuclear 28S rRNA gene ( bp) and reconstructed phylogenetic trees of the Pyrocoelia fireflies in the Ryukyu Islands and eastern Asia.
Age calibration was done using a robust geological constraint: the Okinawa trough and associated straits began to rift at Ma, isolating the Cited by: 8.