A catalogue of Japanese Trichoptera
Family Apataniidae Wallengren

Author: Takao NOZAKI
E-mail: takao.nozaki[AT]nifty.com
Last update: 18 Dec. 2016

Subfamily Apataniinae Wallengren

Only the genus Apatania is known from Japan.

Genus Apatania Kolenati

Fifteen species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Hokkaido, northern Japan, however, Apatania iijimae, Apatania kitagamii and a 'species' with tentative alphabetic designation described based on the larval stage have not yet been associated with the adult atage. Furthermore, Tsuda (1936) described a larva of an unnamed 'species' from Hokkaido. Apatania fuscostigma Matsumura was synonymized with Limnephilus sericeus (Say), Limnephilidae by Nozaki and Tanida (1996), and Apatania koizumii Iwata 1927 was transferred to the genus Neophylax, Uenoidae by Mitsuhashi et al. (2000).

Apatania aberrans (Martynov 1933)

Apatelia aberrans: Martynov 1933, 153-156, male, female, Honshu (Nagano).
Apatania aberrans: Schmid 1953, 161-163, male, female.
Tsuda 1939, 291, Honshu (Tochigi).
Fischer 1967, 99-100.
Kobayashi 1968, 6, Honshu (Niigata).
Fischer 1973, 27.
Akagi 1975, 5-7, larva, case, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Tani 1978, 12-14, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Yamanouchi 1980, 8-9, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanida 1982a, 361, Honshu (Gumma).
Tanida 1982b, 18-22, 28, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kobayashi 1983a, 47-48, 66, male, female, Honshu (Niigata).
Kobayashi 1983b, 32, 34, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kobayashi 1984b, 28-29, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kobayashi 1985, 68, 69, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Tanida 1985, 196, larva, case.
Ohtsuka and Tanida 1986, 6, Kyusyu (Kumamoto).
Nozaki 1987, 41, larva, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1988, 41-42, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 14, 17, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tanida et al. 1991, 102, adult, larva, pupa.
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 137, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Moriya 1992, 44, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kuhara et al. 1993, 18, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1227, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 87, Honshu (Aichi).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 20-21, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nishimoto 1994, 782, male, female, larva.
Ito and Muramatsu 1995, 42, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 1995, 24, 26,28,30, Hokkaido (Hiyama).
Tanida et al. 1995, 3, Honshu (Nara).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996, 14, Honshu (Aomori).
Kuhara 1997, 95, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Levanidova and Arefina 1997, 135, 139-140, male, female.
Moriya 1997, 68, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nozaki 1997, 36, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 63, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-13, 15, 17, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 57-58, 185, Honshu Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, 26, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Ohkawa 1999, 40-44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000, 32, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 252, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Morita 2001a, 221, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2001e, 175, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 73, 77, adult, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 174, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Uchida 2002, 78, Honshu (Tochigi).
Nakamura and Umemori 2003, 60, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kawase et al. 2004, 113, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita and Kawase 2004, 17-18, Honshu (Mie).
Uenishi and Yoshitaka 2004, 18, Honshu (Okayama).
Ishiwata et al. 2005, 110, appendix 2, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 2005a, 530, larva, case.
Nozaki 2005b, 110, adult, larva.
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 224, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kimura et al. 2006, 8, Honshu (Nagano).
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 102, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 39, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 151, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakamura and Hajiri 2007, 199, Honshu (Shimane).
Inazu 2008, 82, 95103, Honshu (Hyogo).
Morita 2008a, 723, Honshu (Mie).
Muramatsu 2008, 10, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Morita 2009a, 141, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2009b, 6-7, Honshu (Mie).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 64, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama, Oshima).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 45, Honshu (Mie).
Mano 2010, 21-23, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, 28, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2010b, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 204, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 9, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Katsuma 2011, 49, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Inazu 2012, 10, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Hayashi 2012, 257, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita and Kawase 2012, 14 (Honshu (Ishikawa).
Inazu 2013a, 46, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013b, 57, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013c, 90, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito 2013, 66, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morita 2013, 64, Honshu (Mie).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Okhotsk).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 2014, 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 33, Honshu (Nagano).
Yamamoto and Ito 2014, 15, 18-21, Shikoku (Ehime).
Yamamoto and Ito 2015, 34, Shikoku (Ehime).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki et al. 2016, 329, Honshu (Niigata).
Nozaki 2016, 82, 303, 384, 439, 451, male, female, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 119.
Yamamoto and Ito 2016, 41, 43, Shikoku (Ehime).
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku Kyusyu), Russia (Far East).

Apatania biwaensis Nishimoto 1994

Apatania sp.: Nishino and Tanida 1992, 35 adult, habitat, life cycle. Mentioned by Nishimoto (1994).
Apatania biwaensis Nishimoto 1994, 775-784, male, female, larva, life cycle, habitat, Honshu (Shiga).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Tanida 2016, 119.
Type locality. Honshu (Shiga).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania chokaiensis Kobayashi 1973

Apatania chokaiensis Kobayashi 1973, 33-34, pl. 7, male, Honshu (Yamagata).
Kobayashi 1983a, 52, 69, male, Honshu (Akita, Yamagata). Misspelled as A. chyokaiensis.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Tanida 2016, 119.
Type locality. Honshu (Yamagata).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania crassa Schmid 1953

Apatania crassa Schmid, 1953, 165-166, male, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Fischer 1967 102.
Fischer 1973, 28.
Kobayashi 1983a, 50, male.
Kobayashi 1984a, 18, 29, male, female, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Yamanouchi 1987, 36, Hokkaido (Tokachi, Hidaka).
Tanida et al. 1991, 104, adult, larva, pupa.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Tanida 2016, 119.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Apatania iijimae (Iwata 1928)

Metanoea iijimae Iwata 1928, 121-122, 127, 130, larva, Honshu (Nagano).
Fischer 1967, 195.
Apatania iijimae: Nozaki et al. 2000, 205, combination.
Tanida 2016, 119.
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania insularis Levanidova 1979

Apatania insularis Levanidova 1979, 70-76, male, female, Kuriles (Kunashir).
Levanidova and Arefina 1997,139-140, male, female.
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 17, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Muramatsu 2008, 11, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2016, 119.
Type locality. Kuriles (Kunashir).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Kuriles, Sakhalin.

Apatania ishikawai Schmid 1964

Apatania ishikawai Schmid 1964, 830-833, male, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanida 1982b, 18-19, 21-22, 28, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kobayashi 1983a, 51, male.
Nozaki 1988, 41, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1997, 36, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kagaya et al. 28, 58, 186, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Morita 2002, 36, Honshu (Mie).
Morita and Kawase 2008, 56, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Morita and Kawase 2012, 14, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kimura and Hirabayashi 2013, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 33, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanida 2016, 119.
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania kitagamii (Iwata, 1927)

Stenophylax kitagamii: Iwata 1927a, 251-252, 16-17, larva, case, Honshu (Tochigi, Toyama).
Iwata 1927b, 213, 221, larva, case, Honshu (Tochigi, Toyama).
Fischer 1969, 227.
Apatania kitagamii: Nozaki et al. 2000, 205, combination.
Tanida 2016, 119.
Type locality. Honshu (Tochigi, Toyama).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania kyotoensis Tsuda, 1939

Apatania kyotoensis Tsuda 1939, 291-293, male, Honshu (Saitama, Kyoto)..
Tsuda 1942, 322, Honshu (Kyoto).
Fischer 1967, 110-111.
Fischer 1973, 30.
Tanida 1982, 18, 21-22, 28-29, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kobayashi 1983, 47-48, male.
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 14, 17, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 137, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Tanida 2016, 119.
Apatania nikkoensis: Schmid, 1954, 18-19, male. Misidentifivation mentioned by Nozaki et al. (1999).
Type locality. Honshu (Saitama, Kyoto).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Kyushu).

Apatania momoyaensis Kobayashi, 1973

Apatania momoyaensis Kobayashi 1973, 34-35, pl. 8, male, Honshu (Akita).
Kobayashi 1983a, 49-50, 67, male, Honshu (Akita, Gunma).
Nozaki 2016, 120.
Apatania sp.: Tanaka 2010a, 25, 27-28, male, Honshu (Akita). Mentioned by Tanaka (2011).
Type locality. Honshu (Akita).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania nikkoensis Tsuda 1939

Apatania nikkoensis Tsuda 1939, 290-293, male, Honshu (Tochigi).
Fischer 1967, 116.
Fischer 1973, 31.
Kobayashi 1983a, 49, male.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Kobayashi 2010, 141, Honshu (Tochigi).
Kimura and Hirabayashi 2013, 185, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 33, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanida 2016, 120.
Apatania kyotoensis: Schmid 1954, 21, male. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki et al. (1999)
Apatania sp.: Kimura and Hirabayashi 2014, 185, Honshu (nagano). Mentioned by Nozaki et al. (2014).
Type locality. Honshu (Tochigi).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania parvula (Martynov 1935)

Apatelia parvula Martynov 1935, 318-323, male, female, Russia (central Far East).
Schmid 1953, 166-167, male, female.
Apatania 1967, 117.
Levanidova and Arefina 1997, 135, 138, 140, male, female.
Ito and Muramatsu 1998, 39, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-13, 15-17, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, 26, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Ito et al. 2000, 32, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2000, 27-29, Hokkaido (Soya).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 252-253, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-49, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 151, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2007, 139, 141, app. 71, adult, larva, egg mass, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41-42, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Muramatsu 2008, 10-11, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2008, 253, pl. 94, adult, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2009, 77, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito 2013, 66, (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Okhotsk, Tokachi).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanida 2016, 120.
Apatania crassa: Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Misidentification mentioned by Ito and Kuhara (2016).
Type locality. Russia (central Far East).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Far East).

Apatania sachalinensis (Martynov 1914)

Apatania sachalinensis Martynov 1914, 48-49, female, Sakhalin.
Fischer 1967, 117.
Levanidova and Arefina 1997, 140, female.
Muramatsu 2008, 11, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2013, 66-67, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 17, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida 2016, 120.
Apatania sp. 1: Ito et al. 1999, 24-25, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Mentioned by Ito (2013).
Type locality. Sakhalin.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Sakhalin.

Apatania shirahatai Kobayashi 1973

Apatania shirahatai Kobayashi 1973, 35-36, pl. 8, male, Honshu (Yamagata)..
Kobayashi 1983a, 50-51, 68, male, Honshu (Yamagata).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Tanida 2016, 120.
Type locality. Honshu (Yamagata).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania tsudai Schmid 1954

Apatania tsudai Schmid 1954, 16-18, male, Honshu (Nagano).
Fischer 1967, 122.
Fischer 1973, 32.
Kobayashi 1983a, 52-53, male.
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 36, Honshu (Shiga).
Morita 1994, 29, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 1997, male, female, larva, pupa, case, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Morita 2001c, 15, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2001d, 164, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2001e, 175, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2008b, 17, Honshu (Mie).
Tanida 2016, 120.
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Apatania sp. AA

Apatania sp. AA: Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 138, larva, case.
Kim 1974, 68-69, larva, pupa, Honshu (Nara).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Tanida 2016, 120.
Remarks. Wiggins et al. (1985) suggested that the pupal abdomen described as this species by Kim (1974) resembles that of Eobrachycentris vernalis.

Apatania sp.

Apatania sp. 1 (aff. tsudai): Inazu and Nishida 2011, 204, male (Hyogo).
Inazu 2012, 10, Honshu (Hyogo).

Subfamily Moropsychinae Schmid

Only the genus Moropsyche is known from Japan.

Genus Moropsyche Banks

Six species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan. Two 'species' with tentative alphabetic designation described based on the larval stage have not yet been associated with the adult atage.

Moropsyche apicalis Kobayashi, 1985

Moropsyche apicalis Kobayashi 1985a, 18-19, male, Tsushima.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Tanida 2016, 120.
Type locality. Tsushima.
Distribution. Japan (Tsushima).

Moropsyche higoana Kobayashi 1971

Moropsyche higoana Kobayashi 1971a, 5-6, pl. 5, male, Honshu (Kanagawa)..
Kobayashi, 1971b, 33-34, pl. 21, male, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kobayashi, 1983a, 55, 70, male, Honshu (Iwate, Kanagawa, Niigata).
Nozaki 1997, 36, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 359.
Morita 2001a, 221, 223, adult, Honshu (Mie).
Mey and Nozaki 2006, 25, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanida 2016, 120.
Type locality. Honshu (Kanagawa).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Moropsyche parvissima Schmid 1954

Moropsyche parvissima Schmid 1954, 67-68, male, Honshu (Shiga).
Fischer 1967, 134.
Fischer 1973, 34.
Kobayashi 1983a, 54-55, male.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 359.
Aoyagi and Iwasaki 2010, 32-33, 35, 39, Honshu (Osaka).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 205, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013, 76, Honshu (Hyogo).
Tanida 2010, 120.
Type locality. Honshu (Shiga).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Moropsyche parvula Banks 1906

Moropsyche parvula Banks 1906, 108, 112-113, hind wing of male, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Fischer 1967, 134.
Fischer 1973, 35.
Schmid 1954, male, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1983a, 54, male.
Morita 1996, 288, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 359.
Morita 2001b, 339, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2009a, 141, Honshu (Mie).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 45, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Yamamoto and Ito 2014, 15, 18-21, Shikoku (Ehime).
Nozaki 2016, 82, 385, 439, male, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu).
Remarks. Iijima and Tsuchiya (2016) recorded this species from Hokkaido, but Ito and Kuhara (2016) reidentified them as Asynarchus sachalinensis (Limnephilidae).

Moropsyche spinifera Nishimoto 1989

Moropsyche spinifera Nishimoto, 1989, 695-702, male, female, larva, case, habitat, Honshu (Osaka, Nara).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 359.
Nozaki 2005a, 530, larva, case.
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Honshu (Nara).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Moropsyche yugawarana Kobayashi 1983

Moropsyche yugawarana Kobayashi 1983a, 56, 71-72, male, female, Honshu (Tokyo, Kanagawa).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 58, 189, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 359.
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Honshu (Kanagawa).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Moropsyche sp. AB

Apatania sp. AB: Akagi 1975, 7, larva, Honshu (Shizuoka, Nara, Wakayama).
Moropsyche sp. AB: Tanida 1985, 199, larva, combination.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 359.
Tanida 2016, 121.

Moropsyche sp. MA

Moropsyche sp. MA: Kim, 1974, 71-73, male, larva, Honshu (Nara).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 359.
Tanida 2016, 121.
Remarks. This species probably belongs to M. yugawarana or M. higoana (Nishimoto 1989).

Subfamily unknown

Genus Allomyia Banks

Nine species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Hokkaido, northern Japan.

Allomyia acerosa Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001

Allomyia acerosa Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161, 169-171, male, female, Hokkaido (Ishikari, Shiribeshi).
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Allomyia acicularis Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001

Allomyia acicularis Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161, 166-168, male, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Allomyia biforliolata Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001

Allomyia biforliolata Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161, 163-165, male, female, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Allomyia coronae Levanidova and Arefina 1995

Imania mirabilis Levanidova 1982, 118, 178. Nomen nudum mentioned by Levanidova et al. (1995).
Allomyia coronae Levanidova and Arefina: Levanidova et al. 1995, 197-200, male, female, larva, Kuriles (Kunashir), Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Levanidova and Arefina 1997, 133-134, 138, male, female.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161, 165-166, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Muramatsu 2008, 10, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nozaki 2016, 384, 439, forewing.
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Kuriles (Kunashir).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Kuriles.

Allomyia curvata Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001

Allomyia curvata Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161, 171-173, male, female, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Allomyia delicatula Levanidova and Arefina 1995

Imania insularis Levanidova 1982, 118, 178. Nomen nudum mentioned by Levanidova et al. (1995)
Allomyia delicatula Levanidova and Arefina: Levanidova et al. 1995, 194-197, male, female, larva, Kuriles (Kunashir), Hokkaido (Ishikari, Shiribeshi).
Levanidova and Arefina 1997, 133-134, 138, male, female.
Nozaki et al. 1999, 357.
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 14, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40-44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000, 31-32, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 252, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 158, 160-163, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Ishikari, Hidaka, Iburi, shiribeshi).
Nozaki 2005a, 530, larva, case.
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-48.
Ito et al. 2007, 151, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakatani et al. 2007, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida 2016, 122.
Type locality. Kuriles (Kunashir).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Kuriles.

Allomyia dilatata Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001

Allomyia dilatata Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161, 168-169, male, female, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Type locality. Hokkaido (Iburi).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Allomyia gracillima Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001

Allomyia gracillima Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161, 172-173, male, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanida 2016, 122.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Allomyia pumila Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001

Allomyia pumila Nishimoto and Kuhara 2001, 161-163, male, female, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Tanida 2016, 122.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Genus Manophylax Wiggins

Three species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Honshu, Japan.

Manophylax futabae Nishimoto 1997

Manophylax futabae Nishimoto 1997, 1-8, male, female, larva, case, life cycle, habitat, Honshu (Akita, Fukushima, Tochigi, Yamanashi, Nagano, Ishikawa, Fukui, Aichi, Mie).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 58, 188, Honshu (Tokyo).
Morita 1998, 30, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Morita 2000, 61, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto 2002, 219-222, larva, male.
Nozaki 2005a, 530, larva, case.
Nozaki 2005b, 110, adult, larva.
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 204, male, Honshu (Hyogo).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 66, larva, adult, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanida 2016, 122.
Manophylax sp.: Nozaki 1997, 36, Honshu (Kanagawa). Recorded as M. futabae by Nozaki (2004).
Type locality. Honshu (Fukui).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Manophylax omogoensis Nishimoto 1997

Manophylax omogoensis Nishimoto 1997, 9-14, male, female, larva, habitat, Shikoku (Ehime).
Nozaki et al. 1999, 358.
Nishimoto 2002, 219-222, larva, male, Honshu (Hyogo, Hiroshima).
Yamamoto and Ito 2014, 15, 18-21, Shikoku (Ehime).
Tanida 2016, 212
Type locality. Shikoku (Ehime).
Distribution. Japan (western Honshu, Shikoku).

Manophylax kyushuensis Nishimoto 2002

Manophylax kyushuensis Nishimoto 2002, 211-222, male, female, larva, life cycle, habitat, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (kyushuensis, yushuensis).
Tanida 2016, 121.
Type locality. Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Distribution. Japan (Kyushu).

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