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  1. Kobayashi, S., Nozaki, T. Takemon, Y. 2017. Caddisfly community in the Seta-Uji River, the outlet of Lake Biwa. Japanese Journal of Ecology, 67: 13-29. (In Japanese with English abstract.) [J-STAGE]
  2. Park, S.J., Inaba, S., Nozaki, T. & Kong, D., 2017. One new species and four new records of caddisflies (Insecta: Trichoptera) from the Korean Peninsula. Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, 33: 1-7.
  3. Nozaki, T. 2017. Discovery in Japan of the second species of the genus Dolichocentrus Martynov (Trichoptera: Brachycentridae). Zootaxa, 4227, 554-562 [PDF (2.73M]..
  4. Nozaki, T., 2016. Trichoptera. In Maruyama, H. & Hanada, S. (eds.) A field guide to Japanese aquatic insects: adults of mayflies, stoneflies and caddisflies, pp. 69-87, 294-410, Zenkoku Noson Kyoiku Kyokai, Tokyo. (In Japanese).
  5. Nozaki, T., Togashi, S. & Sato, T., 2016. The caddisfly fauna of a small spring brook in the Jimoto-yusui, Niigata, central Japan. In Vshivkova, T.S. & Morse, J. C. (eds.) Proceedings of 14th International Symposium on Trichoptera (Zoosymposia, 10), pp. 323-330, Magnolia Press, Auckland. [PDF (1.6M)]
  6. Vshivkova, T., Flint, O., Ito, T., Ivanov, V., Holzenthal, R., Melnitsy, S., Mey, W., NOZAKI, T., Oh, M-.W., Drozdov, K., Tojo, K., Saito, R. &, Torii [!], T., 2016. The List of Caddisflies (Insecta, Trichoptera) collected in South Primorye during the symposium and post-symposium excursions of the XIV International Symposium on Trichoptera (5 and 8−13 July 2012). In Vshivkova, T.S. & Morse, J. C. (eds.) Proceedings of 14th International Symposium on Trichoptera (Zoosymposia, 10), pp. 64-84, Magnolia Press, Auckland.
  7. Nozaki, T., Saito, R., Nishimura, N., Hsu, L. P. & Tojo, K., 2016. Larvae and females of two Stenopsyche species in Taiwan with redescription of the male of S. formosana (Insecta: Trichoptera). Zootaxa, 4121: 485-494. [PDF 2.1M]
  8. Mikami, K., Nozaki, T. & Tojo, K., 2016. The distribution of Pseudostenophylax caddisflies in Nagano Prefecture, Japan (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae). New Entomologist, 65: 10-15 (in Japanese with English abstract).
  9. Wityi, H., Nozaki, T. & Fujino, T., 2015. A list of Myanmar caddisflies (Trichoptera) including recently collected data. Entomological Reserach Bulletin, 31 (special issue: Bae Y. J. (ed.) Proceedings of 2nd BSA Symposium): 41-55.
  10. Nozaki, T. & Shimura, N., 2015. Primary seta no. 18 of the larval head of Stenopsyche species (Trichoptera: Stenopsychidae). Entomological Reserach Bulletin (special issue: Bae Y. J. (ed.) Proceedings of 2nd BSA Symposium), 31: 1-6.
  11. Nozaki, T., Ito, T. & Tojo, K., 2014 (2015). List of caddisflies (Trichoptera: Insecta) collected from Kamikochi, a high mountain area in central Japan. New Entomologist, 63: 57-64 (in Japanese).
  12. Nozaki, T. & Ibuki, S., 2014. Egg mass of Phryganea (Colpomera) japonica McLachlan, 1866 (Trichoptera: Phryganeidae). Biology of Inland Waters, 29: 1-4 (in Japanese). [PDF (1350K]
  13. Inaba, S., Nozaki, T., Kobayashi, S. & Tanida, K., 2014. Discoverly of immature stages of Neureclipsis mandjurica (Martynov, 1907) (Trichoptera, Polycentropodidae) from Japan. Biogeography, 16: 63-70.
  14. Nozaki, T., 2014. Iwa-koeguri-tobikera and Yama-tobiiro-tobikera: Riku ni agatta kawamushi [Manophylax futabae & Nothopsyche montivaga: Aquatic to terrestrial]. N. Ogura et al. (eds.) Mizube to Hito no Kankyo-gaku 1, pp. 55-57, Asakura-shoten, Tokyo (in Japanese).
  15. Kuranishi, B. R., Suzuki, T., Jo, J., Nozaki, T., Ito, T. & Tojo, K., 2013. Hydatophylax nigrovittatus (McLachlan, 1872) (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). new records from Nagano Prefecture with notes on its distribution and bioindicator of environment. New Entomologist, 62: 41-43. (In Japanese.)
  16. Nozaki, T. & N. Shimura, 2013. Two polycentropodid caddisflies (Trichoptera, Insecta) collected from Yonaguni-jima, westernmost Japan. In K. Tojo et al. (eds) Proceedings of the 1st Symposium of the Benthological Society of Asia (Biology of Inland Waters, supplement No. 2), pp. 101-108, Scientific Research Society of Inland Water Biology, Sakai, Osaka. [PDF (785K)]
  17. Nozaki, T., 2013. Caddisflies collected from Tsukanoiri-ike pond drained to eliminate alien aquatic plants. Nature of irrigation pond, 54: 18. [PDF (203K)]
  18. Nozaki, T., 2013. The genus Pseudostenophylax Martynov (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae) in Japan. Zootaxa, 3666: 559-578. [PDF (1600K)]
  19. Nozaki, T. 2012. Trichoptera. In Togashi, S. (ed.) Jimoto-yusui no Shizen [Nature of a spring, Jimoto-yusui], pp. 22-24, Ibaratomiyo & Mizubasho-no-kai, Tainai. [PDF (1020K)]
  20. Nozaki, T., 2011. Tsukanoiri-ike no tobikera-so [The caddisfly fauna of Tsukanoiri-ike pond, Nagoya, central Japan]. Nature of irrigation pond, 51: 2-5. (In Japanese.) [PDF (1030K)]
  21. Nozaki, T., 2011. Seguro-tobikera Limnephilus fuscovittatus (Matsumura, 1904). Nature of Irrigation Pond, 50: 1. (In Japanese.) [PDF (333K)]
  22. Nozaki, T., 2011. The genus Eobrachycentrus Wiggins (Trichoptera, Brachycentridae). in Japan. In Majecka, K. et al. (eds.) Proceedings of 13th International Symposium on Trichoptera (Zoosymposia, 5), p. 391-400, Magnolia Press, Auckland. [PDF (422K)]
  23. Nozaki, T., 2010. Ninomiya-machi no kagero, kawagera, tobikera (Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera of Ninomiya-machi). In: Ninomiya-machi Seibutsu-tayosei Kiso-chosa Kenkyu-kai (Ed.) Ninomiya-machi Seibutsu-tayosei Kiso-chosa hokokusho (Report on Biodiversity of Ninomiya-machi), pp. 214-218, Ninomiya-machi, Kanagawa. (In Japanese.)
  24. Nozaki, T. & Tanida, K. 2010. Synonymic notes on three Japanese caddisfly species (Trichoptera: Calamoceratidae, Odontoceridae). Biology of Inland Waters, 25: 97-99. [PDF (240K)]
  25. Nozaki, T., 2010. Trichoptera as a biological indicator in Japan. In Tanida, K. (ed.) Kasen-kankyo no Shihyo-seibutsu-gaku (Biological Indicators of River Eonvironment). 12-18, Hokuryukan, Tokyo. (In Japanese.)
  26. Nozaki, T., 2010. Tsukanoiri-ike de saisyu-sareta tobikera (Yoho) [Caddisflies of Tsukanoiri-ike pond, Nagoya, central Japan (a preliminary report)]. Nature of Irrigation Pond, 49: 22. (In Japanese.) [PDF (239K)]
  27. Nozaki, T. et al., 2010. Redescription of Polyplectropus protensus Ulmer, 1908 and description of two new Polyplectropus species from Japan (Trichoptera, Polycentropodidae). Denisia, 29: 235-242.
  28. Tanida, K. & Nozaki, T., 2010. Fauna and phenology of caddisflies in the Kakida River. In Kakitagawa ecosystem workshop (ed.) The Nature of Kakita-gawa - Scientific study of the spring stream, pp. 83-90, ITSC Co., Hamamatsu. (In Japanese.)
  29. Nozaki, T. 2009. Trichoptera as a biological indicator in Japan. Nature & Insects, 44(4): 5-8. (In Japanese.)
  30. Nozaki, T. & Muramatsu, N. 2009. A new record of Stenopsyche pallens Nozaki et al. from Hokkaido Japan. Sylvicola, 27: 1-4. (In Japanese.) [PDF (1.08M)]
  31. Nozaki, T., 2009. Tsudaea, a new genus of Brachycentridae (Trichoptera) from Japan. Zootaxa, 2131: 54-64. [PDF (1160K)]
  32. Nozaki, T., 2008. The genus Stenopsyche McLachlan (Trichoptera: Stenopsychidae) in Sakhalin, with description of a new species. Wang, X. H. (ed.) Contemporary Aquatic Entomological Study in East Asia - Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Aquatic Entomology in East Asia (AESEA), pp. 101-110, Nankai University Press, Tianjin.
  33. Nozaki, T., 2004. Itou Masakazu-san no omoide [In memory of Masakazu Itou]. Tobimushi, 134: 10-12. (In Japanese.) [PDF (26K)]
  34. Hayashi, F., Y. Kamimura & T. Nozaki, 2008. Origin of the transition from aquatic to terrestrial habits in Nothopsyche caddisflies (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) based on molecular phylogeny. Zoological Science, 25: 255-260.
  35. Nozaki, T., 2008. Life histories of Nothopsyche species (Trichoptera) -from aquatic to terrestrial habit. The Nature & Insects, 43 (3): 4-7. (In Japanese).
  36. Nozaki, T. & K. Tanida, 2007. The caddisfly fauna of a huge spring-fed stream, the Kakida River, in central Japan. In Bueno-Soria, J. et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the XIIth International Symposium on Trichoptera, 243-255, The Caddis Press, Columbus, Ohio.
  37. Nishimoto, H. & T. Nozaki, 2007. New species of Padunia Martynov (Trichoptera: Glossosomatidae) from Japan. In Bueno-Soria, J. et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the XIIth International Symposium on Trichoptera, 229-242, The Caddis Press, Columbus, Ohio.
  38. Nozaki, T., 2007. Trichoptera. In The Reseach Group of the Tanzawa Mountains (ed.) Results of the Scientific Research on the Tanzawa Mountains, Appendix: A list of Plants and Animals, Hiraoka Environmental Science Laboratory, Sagamihara. (In Japanses.)
  39. Nozaki, T. & S. Nakamura, 2007. Caddisflies (Trichoptera) collected from Hiroshima Prefecture, western Honshu, Japan (II). Miscellaneous Reports of the Hiwa Museum for Natural History, 48: 91-101. (In Japanese.)[PDF (453K)]
  40. Nozaki, T., 2006. Trichoptera. Ishiwata, S. & K. Saitou (eds.) Aquatic animals of Sakawa River System, Kanagawa Environmental Reseach Center, 38-43, Hiratsuka. (In Japanese.)
  41. Nozaki, T., T. S. Vshivkova & T. Ito, 2006. Larva, pupa and adults of Nothopsyche nigripes Martynov, 1914 (Trichoptera, Limnephilidaea), with biological notes. In Uchida, S. and T. Kishimoto (eds.) Proc. 2nd Symp. AESEA (Biology of Inland Waters, Supplement, 1), pp. 49-55, Scientific Research Society of Inland Water Biology, Ogaki, Gifu. [PDF (460K)]
  42. Nozaki, T. & K. Tanida, 2006. The genus Goera Stephens (Trichoptera: Goeridae) in Japan. Zootaxa, 1339: 1-29. [PDF (428K)]
  43. Mey, W. & T. Nozaki, 2006. The caddisflies from the "All continent expert tour" in central Japan 2003. Braueria, 33: 23-25. [PDF (318K]
  44. Ishiwata, T., A. Ishizuka & T. Nozaki, 2006. Aquatic Insects(Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Trichoptera). Takakuwa, M., T. Katsuyama & H. Kiba (eds.) Red Data Book of Kanagawa Prefecture, 307-309. Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History, Odawara. (In Japanese.)
  45. Nozaki, T., 2005d. The genus Brachycentrus Curtis (Trichoptera, Brachycentridae) in Japan. In Tanida, K. & A. Rossiter (eds.) Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Trichoptera, 329-336. Tokai University Press, Hadano, Kanagawa.
  46. Nozaki, T., 2005c. Caddisflies. Watashitachi no Shizen, 46 (12): 17. (In Japanese.)
  47. Nozaki, T., 2005b. Trichoptera. In Shimura, T. (ed.), Insect Larvae of Japan, 104-113. Gakken, Tokyo. (In Japanese.)
  48. Nozaki, T., 2005. Caddisflies (Trichoptera) collected from Shimane Prefecture, western Japan. Miscellaneous Report of the Hiwa Museum for Natural History, 45: 217-229. (In Japanese.) 45: 217-229. [PDF (553K)]
  49. Nozaki, T., 2005a. Trichotera(9 families). In Kawai, T. & K. Tanida (eds.), Aquatic Insects of Japan: Manual with keys and Illustrations, Tokai University Press, Hadano.
  50. Arefina, T. I., N. Minakawa & T. Nozaki, 2004. New data on caddisflies (Trichoptera) from Sakhalin Island. Flora and Fauna of Sakhalin Island, 1: 209-213.
  51. Nozaki, T., 2004. Trichoptera. In Kanagawa Konchu Danwaka (ed.) Insect Fauna of Kanagawa, 1229-1240, Kanagawa Konchu Danwakai, Odawara. (In Japanese.)
  52. Nozaki, T. & N. Minakawa, 2004. Hydatophylax minor sp. nov. (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae) from Hokkaido, Sakhalin and the South Kuril Islands. Biogeography, 6: 39-48.
  53. Minakawa, N., Arefina, A.I., Ito, T., Nozaki, T., Kuhara, N., Nishimoto, H., Uenishi, M., Teslenko, V.A., Bennett, D.J., Gara, R.I., Kurowski, K.L., Oberg, P.B.H., Ritchie, T.I. & Weis, J., 2004. Cddisflies (Trichoptera) of the Kuril Archipelago. Biodiversity and Biogeography of the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin, 1: 49- 80.
  54. Nozaki, T., 2003. Nothopsyche ruficollis (Ulmer). In The Japanese Society of Environmental Toxicology (ed.) Handbook of Ecological Effects Tests, 150-153, Asakura shoten, Tokyo. (In Japanese.)
  55. Nozaki, T., 2003. Biology of Rivulophilus sakaii Nishimoto et al., The Nature & Insects, 38 (6): 20-23. (In Japanese.)
  56. Nozaki, T., 2002b. Revision of the genus Nothopsyche Banks (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) in Japan. Entomological Science, 5: 103-124. [CiNii]
  57. Nozaki, T. & S. Nakamura, 2002. Caddisflies (Trichoptera) collected from Hiroshima Prefecture, western Honshu, Japan. Miscellaneous Reports of the Hiwa Museum for Natural History, (41): 165-180. (In Japanese). [PDF (756K)]
  58. Nozaki, T., 2002a. Life history of Rivulophilus sakaii Nishimoto et al. (Limnephilidae: Limnephilinae) in a small intermittent brook, central Japan. In Mey, W. (ed.), Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Trichoptera (Nova Supplementa Entomologica, 15), pp. 439-448, Goecke & Evers, Keltern.
  59. Nozaki, T., 2001. Trichoptera fauna of the countryside "Satoyama". The Nature & Insects, 36(11): 14-17. (In Japanese.)
  60. Nishimoto, H. & T. Nozaki, 2001. Immature stages of Phryganea (Colpomera) japonica McLachlan (Trichoptera: Phryganeidae). Entomological Science, 4(3): 361-368. [CiNii]
  61. Aoya, K. and T. Nozaki, 2001. Life history of Nothopsyche babai Kobayashi (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) in small spring streams of the Omono-gawa Fan (Akita, Japan). Japanese Journal of Limnology, 62: 23-39. (In Japanese with English abstract.) [J-STAGE]
  62. Shimada, T. and T. Nozaki, 2000: An acute toxicity test method using a limnephilid caddis larva, Nothopsyche ruficollis (Ulmer). Jpn. J. Environ. Toxicol., 3: 39-46. (In Japanese with English abstract.)
  63. Nozaki, T., K. Tanida & T. Ito, 2000: Checklists of Trichoptera in Japan. 4. Goeridae, Uenoidae, and Limnephilidae. Limnology, 1: 197-208.
  64. Mitsuhashi, H., T. Nozaki & K. Tanida, 2000: Taxonomic notes on Neophylax koizumii (Iwata 1927) (Trichoptera, Uenoidae) from Japan. Limnology, 1: 139-142.
  65. Nishimoto, H., T. Nozaki & D. E. Ruiter, 2000: New limnephilid genus (Trichoptera) from Japan, with description of a new species. Entomological Science, 3: 377-386. [CiNii]
  66. Nozaki, T., 2000. Book Review, H. Malicky and P. Chantaramongkol(eds.) Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Trichoptera. The Japanese Journal of Limnology, 61: 205-206. (In Japanese.)
  67. Nozaki, T., 2000: Semblis phalaenoides (Linnaeus) collected from Yahata-bara Mire, Hiroshima, western Japan. Miscellaneous reports of the Hiwa Museum for Natrural History, (39): 1-4. (In Japanese with English abstract.) [PDF (214K)]
  68. Arefina, T. I., N. Minakawa, T. Ito, I. M. Levanidova, T. Nozaki & M. Uenishi, 1999: New records of sixteen caddisfly species (Trichoptera) from the Kuril Archipelago, the Asian Far East. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 75: 224-226.
  69. Nozaki, T., 1999c: Synonimic notes on a Japanese Hydatophylax (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). Aquatic Insects, 21: 301-302.
  70. Nozaki, T., K. Tanida & T. Ito, 1999: Checklists of Trichoptera in Japan 3. Limnocentropodidae, Phryganopsychidae, Phryganeidae, Brachycentridae and Apataniidae. Japanese Journal of Limnology, 60: 347-366. [J-STAGE]
  71. Nozaki, T., 1999b: A new terrestrial caddisfly, Nothopsyche montivaga n. sp., from Japan (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). In Malicky, H. & P. Chantaramongkol (eds.) Proceedngs of the 9th International Symposium on Trichoptera, 299-309, University of Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai.
  72. Nozaki, T., 1999: Biology of Caddisfly. In The World of Aquatic Insects, 22-25, Sagamihara City Museum, Sagamihara. (In Japanese.)
  73. Tanida, K., T. Nozaki & M. Itou, 1999: The larval stages of Chilostigma sieboldi McLachlan (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae), with notes on taxonomy and description. Aquatic Insects, 21: 153-160.
  74. Tanida, K. & Nozaki, T., 1999. Book Review, Larvae of the North American Caddisfly Genera (Trichoptera), Second Edition (Glenn B. Wiggins). The Japanese Journal of Limnology, 60: 97-99. (In Japanese.)
  75. Nozaki, T. & T. Ito, 1998. Immature stages of Lenarchus fuscostramineus Schmid (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae). The Japanese Journal of Limnology, 59: 383-389. [J-STAGE]
  76. Nozaki, T. & M. Itou, 1998. Immature stages of Brachypsyche sibirica (Martynov) (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). Entomological Science, 1: 423- 426. [CiNii]
  77. Kagaya, T., T. Nozaki & R. B. Kuranishi, 1998. Fauna and distribution of Trichoptera in the Tama-River system. In Katagiri, K. (ed.), Fauna and distribution of Trichoptera in the Tama- River system, 1-266. Tokyu Foundation for Better Environment, Tokyo. [PDF 6.33M]
  78. Kuranishi, R. B., T. Nozaki & N. Kuhara, 1998. A new record of Ecclisomyia kamtshatica (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) from Japan, with descriptions of immature stages. Journal of the Natural History Museum and Institute, Chiba, 5 (1): 47-50.
  79. Kagaya, T. & T. Nozaki, 1998. Notes on Japanese Padunia Martynov (Trichoptera: Glossosomatidae), with the description of a new species. Aquatic Insects, 20: 97-107.
  80. Nozaki, T. & T. Shimada, 1997. Nectar feeding by adults of Nothopsyche ruficollis (Ulmer) (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) and its effect on their reproduction. In Holzenthal, R. W. & O. S. Flint (eds.). Procedings of the 8th International Symposium on Trichoptera, 379-386. Ohio Biological Survey, Columbus.
  81. Nozaki, T., 1997d. Biology of Stenopsyche marmorata. Mizu no Shumi, 5: 34-36.
  82. Nozaki, T., 1997. Trichoptera fauna of Akiruno, Tokyo. A report on the river side flora and the aquatic insect fauna in Akiruno-City, Tokyo, p. 26-34, The board of education Akiruno-City, Akiruno. (In Japanese.) [PDF (503K)]
  83. Nozaki, T., 1997. Trichoptera fauna of Tanzawa and O-yama mountains. In Kanagawa Park Association and the Plan Committee, General Investgating Group of Tanzawa Oyama Natural Environments (Ed.) List of fauna and flora of Tanzawa and O-yama, p. 31-38, Kanagawa Prefectural Government, Yokohama. (In Japanese.) [PDF (707K)]
  84. Ishiwata, S., T. Nozaki & T. Shimizu, 1997. Aquatic insect fauna of Tanzawa. In Kanagawa Park Association and the Plan Committee, General Investgating Group of Tanzawa Oyama Natural Environments (Ed.) Report of Tanzawa Oyama Natural Environments, 530-538, Kanagawa Prefectural Government, Yokohama. (In Japanese.) [PDF (839K)]
  85. Nozaki, T., 1997. Trichoptera. Ishiwata, S. & T. Nozaki(eds.)Aquatic Animals of Sagami River System, 34-40, Kanagawa Prefectural Government, Yokohama. (In Japanese.)
  86. Nozaki, T., N. Kuhara & R. B. Kuranishi, 1997. A new record of Ecclisocosmoecus spinosus Schmid (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae) from Japan with a description of female and immature stages. Japanese Journal of Entomology, 65 (1); 211-216. [CiNii]
  87. Nozaki, T. & K. Tanida, 1996. The genus Limnephilus Leach (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae) in Japan. Japanese Journal of Entomology, 64 (4): 810-824. [CiNii]
  88. Nozaki, T., 1996. Terrestrial Environment for Caddisflies. Aquabiology, 18 (6): 430-433. (In Japanese.)
  89. Botosaneanu, L. & T. Nozaki, 1996. Contributions to the knowledge of the genus Stactobia McLachlan, 1880 from Japan (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae). Bulletin Zoologisch Museum Universiteit van Amsterdam, 15 (8): 53-63.
  90. Nozaki, T. and T. Shimada, 1996. Culture of Nothopsyche ruficollis (Ulmer) as a laboratory test organism. J. Environmental Laboratories Association, 21: 91-95. (In Japanese.)
  91. Nozaki, T., 1996. Study of Nothopsyche ruficollis (Ulmer) as a laboratory test organism. Kanagawa Environmental Center NEWS, 9: 2. (In Japanese.)[PDF (280K)]
  92. Nozaki, T., 1995. Is it difficult to rear caddisflis continuously?. Bulletin of Japanese Society of Ecotoxicology. 1(3): 8-10. (In Japanese.)
  93. Botosaneanu, L., T. Nozaki & T. Kagaya, 1995. Nippoberaea, gen. n. for Ernodes gracilis Nozaki & Kagaya, 1994 (Trichoptera: Beraeidae). Annales de la Societe Entomologique France (N.S.), 31:179-184.
  94. Vshivkova, T. S., T. Nozaki, R. B. Kuranishi & T. I. Arefina, 1994. Caddisflies (Insecta, Trichoptera) of Kurile Islands. Bulletin of the Biogeogrraphical Society of Japan, 49: 129-142.
  95. Nozaki, T., T. Ito and K. Tanida, 1994. Checklists of Trichoptera in Japan. 2. Glossosomatidae, Beraeidae, Odontoceridae and Molannidae. The Japanese Journal of Limnology, 55: 297-305. [CiNii]
  96. Nozaki, T., 1994. Notes on two Nothopsyche species (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae), N. pallipes Banks and N. ulmeri Schmid, from Japan. Japanese Journal of Entomology, 62: 433-444. [CiNii]
  97. Gyotoku, N., T. Nozaki and M. Uenishi, 1994. A list of Trichoptera of Fukuoka Prefecture, Northern Kyushu, Japan, 5. Kita-Kyushu-no-Konchu, 41: 131-134. (In Japanese with English summary.)
  98. Nozaki, T. and T. Kagaya, 1994. A new Ernodes (Trichoptera, Beraeidae) from Japan. Japanese Journal of Entomology, 62: 193-200. [CiNii]
  99. Nozaki, T., 1993. Ishiningyo no atama ha oshiri? (Head of Stone dolles). Hyogo Fresh-water Biology, 43: 44. (In Japanese.)[PDF (442K)]
  100. Nozaki, T., 1993. Life history of Nothopsyche yamagataensis Kobayashi (Limnephilidae: Dicosmoecinae) in a mountain stream, Japan. In Otto C. (ed.) Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Trichoptera, Backhuys Publishers, 189-194.
  101. Kagaya, T., T. Nozaki & R. B. Kuranishi, 1993. Fauna and distribution of Trichoptera in the Tama-River system, central Japan. In Otto C. (ed.) Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Trichoptera, Buckhuys Publishers, 73-77.
  102. Itou, M, T. Nozaki and Y. Hirama, 1993. Four limnephilid caddisflies (Trichoptera) from eastern Hokkaido, Japan, with a new record of Limnephilus diphyes McLachlan. Sylvicola, 11:1-4. (In Japanese with English summary.) [PDF (260K)]
  103. Ito, T, K. Tanida & T. Nozaki,1993. Checklists of Trichoptera in Japan, 1. Hydroptilidae and Lepidostomatidae. The Japanese Journal of Limnology, 54: 141-150. [J-STAGE]
  104. Uenishi, M., N. Gyotoku and T. Nozaki, 1993. A list of Trichoptera of Fukuoka Prefecture, Northern Kyushu, Japan, 4. Kita-Kyushu no Kontyu, 40: 57-63+ pl.6. (In Japanese.)
  105. Nozaki, T. & T. Itou, 1993. A new record of Brachypsyche sibirica (Martynov) (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae) from Hokkaido, Northern Japan. Japanese Journal of Entomology, 61: 174. [CiNii]
  106. Nozaki, T., 1993. Seventh International Symposium on Trichoptera. The Japanese Journal of Water Environment, 16: 19-20. (In Japanese.)
  107. Gyotoku, N. and T. Nozaki, 1992. A list of Trichoptera of Fukuoka prefecture, Northern Kyushu, Japan, 3. Kita-kyushu no Kontyu, 39: 133-140+pl.3. (In Japanese.)
  108. Gyotoku, N. and T. Nozaki, 1992. A list of Trichoptera of Fukuoka prefecture, Northern Kyushu, Japan, 2. Kita-Kyushu no Kontyu, 39: 13-15+ pl.3. (In Japanese.)
  109. Gyotoku, N. and T. Nozaki, 1991. A list of Trichoptera of Fukuoka prefecture, Northern Kyushu, Japan, 1. Kita-Kyushu no Kontyu, 38:71-77+ pl.9. (In Japanese.)
  110. Kugo, C. and T. Nozaki, 1991. A list of caddisflies in the Yumesaki-gawa River and the Kishida-gawa River, Hyogo Prefecture (a secondary report). Hyogo Fresh-water Biology, (39・40):5-9. (In Japanese.)[PDF (170K)]
  111. Tanida, K., T. Nozaki, T. Tashiro and N. Tashiro, 1991. Caddis, Trichoptera and fly-fishing. 179pp. Kosaido Publisher. Tokyo. (In Japanese.)
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