[Japanese name = Hige-Jiro-Hasami-Mushi]
Photo by K. Kohno (in Labo)
Family Anisolabididae [Japanese family name = Maru-Mune-Hasami-Mushi Ka]
Japan: Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Tsushima, Okinawa Island; Another countries: Taiwan, Korea, China, Java
Plain land, Low mountains, Suburbs
Seasonal Life History
This species supposed to have one generation per year with hibernation in older instar nymphs and adult emergence in early summer
Comments by Kohno
This species seemes to be common in southwest part of Japan.
- 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: 1859-1869.
last updated on January, 2001