[Japanese name = Ki-Ashi-Hasami-Mushi (Ko-Bane-Hasami-Mushi)]
Specimen collected by A. Ichikawa at Yawata city, Kyoto pref., Japan.
Photo by K. Kohno
Family Anisolabididae [Japanese family name = Maru-Mune-Hasami-Mushi Ka]
Japan: Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa islands; Another countries: Oriental Region, Madagascar, Comoro Islands
Garden in suburbs, and so on
Seasonal Life History
Comments by Kohno
This species, which is brachpterous, resembles to Euborellia annulipes
which is completely apterous.
- Entomological Laboratory, Fuculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University and Japan Wildlife Research Center, 1989. A check list of Japanese insects, I. (Y. Hirashima ed.) Entomological Laboratory, Fuculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, Fukuoka and Japan Wildlife Research Center, Tokyo, 540 pp.
- Sakai, S., 1987. Dermapterorum Catalogus XX: 1773-1779.
last updated on January, 2001