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A survey of tabanid flies in the eastern part of hokkaido japan


, : A survey of tabanid flies in the eastern part of hokkaido japan. Medical Entomology & Zoology 39(2): 139-142

The tabanid fauna of the eastern part of Hokkaido, Japan, was surveyed at 14 sites by collecting adult females with a mosquito-net trap baited with dry ice on August 9-11, 1985. A total of 3,567 adult females belonging to 5 genera and 13 species [Chrysops suavis, C. vanderwulpi kitaensis, Hybomitra olsoi, Hy. borealis, Hy. takahasii, Atylotus bivittateinus, Tabanus chrysurus, T. sapporoenus, T. nipponicus, T. kinoshitai, T. trigeminus, Haematopota tamerlani and Ha. tristis] were collected. Haematopota tristis was the most predominant occupying 86.6% of the total catch, then followed by Hybomitra olsoi (4.4%), Tabanus chrysurus (3.8%). T. nipponicus (2.1%), Chrysops suavis (1.2%) and Hy. borealis (0.9%). Hy. takahasii, a very rare species, was collected at Kamioboro and Kiritappu. Mass occurrence of Ha. tristis was observed at the forest areas of Kamioboro, Lake Notoro and Lake Chimikeppu.

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