A catalogue of Japanese Trichoptera
Family
Glossosomatidae Ulmer

Author: Naotoshi KUHARA
E-mail: naotoshi.kuhara[AT]nifty.com
Released: 6 Feb. 2017

Subfamily Agapetinae Martynov

Genus Agapetsu Curtis

Seven species of this genus have been recorded in Japan. Iwata (1927a, b) recorded European species, Agapetus comatus Pictet and A. fuscipes Curtis from Japan based on larval specimens, but Tsuda (1958) and Nozaki et al. (1994) pointed out his identifications were wrong.

Agapetus annulicornis (Matsumura, 1907)

Hydroptilus annulicornis Matsumura 1907, 195-196, adult.
Agapetus annulicornis: Matsumura 1931, 1135-1136, female, Hokkaido, Honshu (without specimen data).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 297-298.
Tanida 2016, 75.
Type locality. Japan
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu).
Remarks. Color, size and wing venation of female were described (Matsumura 1931) but the genitalia has not been described so far.

Agapetus (Agapetus) budoensis Kobayashi 1982

Agapetus budoensis Kobayashi 1982a, 17, pl. 11, male, Honsyu (Niigata).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Morita 1995a, 33, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 1997, 24, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Hattori 2005, 448, 452-454, male, female, larva.
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap. 68, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2010, 73, Hokkaido (Hiyama, Oshima).
Katsuma 2012b, 64, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2016, 1, 3, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 75.
Type locality. Honshu (Niigata), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu).

Agapetus (Agapetus) hieianus (Tsuda, 1942)

Synagapetus hieianus Tsuda 1942a, 250-251, male, Honshu (Shiga).
Agapetus hieianus: Ross 1956, 164.
Kobayashi 1982a, 16-17, male.
Moriya 1994, 73-74, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Kagaya et al. 1998, 39, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Hattori 2005, 448, 452-454, male.
Kawase and Hayashi 2010, 84, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 37, Honshu (Shiga).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 179, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013b, 55, Honshu (Hyogo).
Tanida 2016, 75.
Ito 2017, 3, Honshu (Fukui).
Type locality. Honshu (Shiga), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Agapetus (Agapetus) yasensis Tsuda 1942

Synagapetus yasensis Tsuda 1942a, 251-252, male, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1943, 164, Honshu (Kyoto).
Agapetus yasensis: Ross 1956, 164.
Kobayashi 1982a, 16-17, male.
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Sameshima and Sato 1994, 65-74, life cycle, Honshu (Nara).
Morita 1995b, 96, Honshu (Mie).
Tanida 1997, 448, Ryukyu (Okinawa).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 40, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Morita 2000, 59, Honshu (Mie). (misspelled as "yassensis")
Yoshitaka 2004, 27, Honshu (Okayama).
Hattori 2005, 448, 452-454, male, female, larva, Kyushu, Ryukyu (Yakushima).
Yamamoto and Ito 2014, 9, Shikoku (Ehime).
Nozaki 2016, 317, 430, male.
Tanida 2016, 75.
Kuhara and Ito 2017, 16, Ryukyu (Yakushima).
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Ryukyu (Yakushima, Okinawa-jima)).

Agapetus (Synagapetus) inaequispinosus Schmid, 1970

Agapetus inaequispinosus Schmid 1970, 116-118, male.
Ito et al. 1999, 25-27, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2000b, 28-30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Hattori 2005, 448-454, male, female, larva.
Nakano et al. 2007, 40, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 6, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuhara 2011, 51, 60, 71, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Ito 2013, 51, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 9, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2016, 316-317, 430, male.
Tanida 2016, 75.
Type locality. Mongolia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (south Kuril, Sakhalin, east Siberia), Mongolia.

Agapetus (Synagapetus) komanus (Tsuda) 1942

Synagapetus komanus Tsuda 1942a, 252-253, male, Honshu (Nagano).
Agapetus komanus: Ross 1956, 144, 160, male.
Kobayashi 1982a, 14, male.
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Kuhara 2001, 17, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Hattori 2005, 448, 452-454, male.
Shimura 2015, 52, Fukue-jima.
Tanida 2016, 75.
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano), Japan
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Fukue-jima).
Remarks. Hattori (2005) included Kyushu in the distribution area of this species, but reliable records with  specimen data from Kyushu have not been published so far.

Agapetus (Synagapetus) sibiricus Martynov 1918

Agapetus sibricus Martynov 1918, 49-50, male.
Ross 1956, 160.
Mey and Nozaki 2006, 24, Honshu (Shiga).
Nozaki and Tanida 2007, 244-245, male, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Inazu 2008, 67, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 37, Honshu (Shiga).
Mano 2010, 21-23, Honshu (Aichi).
Nakamura 2010, 238, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 172, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, 191, Honshu (Shimane).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 179, male, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2012, 5, Honshu (Hyogo).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 63, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 2016, 70, 316-317, 430, 449, male, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 75.
Ito 2017, 3, Honshu (Fukui).
Kawase et al. 2017, 26, Honshu (Shiga).
Synagapetus japonicus Tsuda 1940, 194, male, Honshu (Saitama). Synonymized by Kim (1974).
Tsuda 1942a, 250, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1942b, 263-264, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1943, 163, 165, Honshu (Kyoto).
Akagi 1957, 65, larva, Honshu (Shiga).
Tsuda 1959, 136, larva.
Agapetus japonicus: Ross 1951, 353.
Ross 1956, 144, 160, male.
Tani 1977, 199, male.
Kobayashi 1982a, 13-14, pl. 10, male, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kugo and Nozaki 1990, 62, Honshu (Hyogo).
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 16, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 14, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 62, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 1999, 82, Honshu (Mie).
Nakano and Tanida 1999, 277, Honshu (Nara).
Morita 2001c, 337, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 166-167, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura et al. 2003, 152, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Uenishi and Yoshitaka 2004, 15, Honshu (Okayama).
Hattori 2005, 452-454, male, female.
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 218-219, Honshu (Shimane).
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 188, Honshu (Tottori).
Kameyama et al. 2006, 91, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura and Fukui 2006, 243, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 101, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 92-93, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura and Hajiri 2007, 197, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2007, 17, Honshu (Tochigi).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 110, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Type locality. southern Siberia (Sajan Mountains), Russia
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Sachalin, Primorye, Khabarovsk, South Siberia), Korea, Taiwan.
Remarks: Agapetus japonicas was synonymized under A. sibricus by Kim (1974), but he did not show any evidence of the synonym. Therefore, the former name had been used in Japan until 2007 when Nozaki and Tanida (2007) confirmed the synonym by comparing Japanese adult specimens and illustrations of Korean specimen.
    Hattori (2005) included Shikoku in the distribution area of this species, but reliable records with specimen data in Shikoku have not been published so far.

Genus Electragapetus Ulmer

Four species of this genus have been recorded in Japan. Inazu and Nishida (2014) showed pictures of male genitalia of an identified species of the genus.

Electragapetus kuriensis Kobayashi 1987

Electragapetus kuriensis Kobayashi 1987, 21, 24-27, male, female, Honshu (Shimane).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Hattori 2005, 452-453, 455, male.
Tanida 2016, 75.
Type locality. Honshu (Shimane), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Electragapetus (Eoagapetus) mayaensis Kobayashi 1982

Electragapetus mayaensis Kobayashi 1982a, 11-12, pl. 8, male, Honshu (Yamagata).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Hattori 2005, 448, 452-453, 455, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 75.
Type locality. Honshu (Yamagata), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Electragapetus (Eoagapetus) tsudai Ross 1951

Electragapetus tsudai Ross 1951, 353, 355, male, Honshu (Fukushima).
Ross 1956, 143, 158, male.
Kobayashi 1982a, 10-11, male.
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Kagaya et al. 1998, 40, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Hattori 2005, 448, 452-453, 455, male, female, larva.
Katsuma 2012b, 64, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanida 2016, 75.
Type locality. Honshu (Fukushima), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Electragapetus (Eoagapetus) uchidai Kobayashi 1982

Electragapetus uchidai Kobayashi 1982a, 12, pl. 9, male, Honshu (Saitama).
Moriya 1994, 73, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 298.
Moriya 1997, 63, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1997a, 33, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 40, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Nozaki 2004, 1234, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Hattori 2005, 448, 452-453, 455, male, female, larva.
Nozaki 2016, 317, 430, male.
Tanida 2016, 76.
Type locality. Honshu (Saitama), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Subfamily Glossosomatinae Wallengren

Genus Glossosoma Curtis

Eleven species of this genus have been recorded in Japan. Nozaki et al. (1994) pointed out larval records of Glossosoma boltoni and G. vernale Pictet in Japan by Iwata (1927a, b) are wrong.

Glossosoma (Synafophora) altaicum (Martynov 1914)

Mystrophora altaica Martynov 1914, 72-75, male, female.
Martynov 1934, 76-79, male.
Mystrophora lauta Tsuda 1940, 191-192, male, Honshu (Kyoto). Synonymized by Ross (1956).
Tsuda 1942a, 250, male, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1942b, 263-264, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1943, 163, 165, 166, Honshu (Kyoto).
Kobayashi 1959, 345, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Glossosoma altaicum: Ross 1956, 136, 155, male.
Tani 1977, 199, male.
Yamanouchi 1978, 9, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanida 1980, 136, Honshu (Ishikawa)(altaica).
Kobayashi 1982a,8-9, pl. 6, male, Honshu(Iwate, Kanagawa, Niigata), Kyushu (Fukuoka) (misspelled as "alticum").
Vshivkova 1986, 63-66, male, female.
Morita 1988, 4, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki 1988a, 41, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1988b, 46, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Morita 1989, 40, Honshu (Mie).
Kugo and Nozaki 1990, 62, Honshu (Hyogo).
Morita 1990, 32, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 16, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Hatta and Nozaki 1991, 203, Honshu (Tokai).
Kugo and Nozaki 1991, 8, Honshu (Hyogo).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 14, pl. 3, male, female, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Morita 1993a, 5, Honshu (Mie).
Tanida and Takemon 1993, 243, Honshu (Kyoto).
Moriya 1994, 74, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 299.
Tanida et al. 1995, 3, Honshu (Nara).
Ito et al. 1997, 24, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Moriya 1997, 64, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 13, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nishiharu 1997b, 59, Honshu (Fukui).
Nozaki 1997a, 33, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1997b, 28, Honshu (Tokyo).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 41, Honshu (Tokyo).
Morita 1998a, 71, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 1998b, 13, Honshu (Mie).
Kuranishi and Yamamoto 2000, 64, Shikoku (Ehime).
Morita 2001b, 219, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2001c, 337, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 167, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura et al. 2003, 152, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki 2004, 1234, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Uenishi and Yoshitaka 2004, 15, Honshu (Okayama).
Hattori 2005, 448-451, male, female, larva.
Ishiwata et al. 2005, 242, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Katsuma 2005a, 5, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2005b, 12, Honshu (Tochigi, Gumma).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 219, Honshu (Shimane).
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 188, Honshu (Tottori).
Kameyama et al. 2006, 91, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Mey and Nozaki 2006, 24, Honshu (Gifu, Shiga).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 101, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 34, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 92-93, Honshu (Tottori, Hiroshima).
Inazu 2008, 67, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kuhara 2008, 89, 95, female, Hokkaido (Hiyama, Oshima).
Morita 2008, 721, Honshu (Mie).
Muramatsu 2008, 3, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 110, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Tanaka 2009b, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Ito et al. 2010, 73, Hokkaido (Hiyama, Oshima).
Katsuma 2010, 85, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 37, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 21-23, Honshu (Aichi).
Nakamura 2010, 238, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura and Kita 2010, 88, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki 2010, 216, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Tanaka 2010a, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 180, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 172, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, 191, Honshu (Shimane).
Inazu 2012, 5, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2012b, 64, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Inazu 2013c, 69, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 4, Honshu (Shiga).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 2014, 362, Honshu (Yamagata).
Katsuma 2015, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Nozaki 2016, 71, 318-319, 430, 449, male, female, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanaka 2016, 1, 3, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 76.
Ito 2017, 3, Honshu (Fukui).
Kawase et al. 2017, 26, Honshu (Shiga).
Type locality. Altai, Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shioku, Kyushu), Russia (south Kuril, Sakhalin, Primorye, Khabarovsk, south Siberia), Korea, China (Heilongjiang), Mongolia.
Remarks. In Hokkaido, distribution of this species is restricted in southwestern part and G. neffi, which is closely similar species, is distributed instead of G. altaicum in the other area (Kuhara, 2008). This species, however, has been recorded in eastern Hokkaido by some reports, one of which was confirmed to be misidentification of the latter (see “Glossosoma (Synafophora) neffi”).
    A record of this species in Akita, Honshu by Tanaka (2009a) was deleted by Tanaka (2010b).

Glossosoma (Synafophora) dulkejti (Martynov 1934)

Eomystra dulkejti Martynov 1934, 84-85, 327, male, Russia.
Glossosoma dulkejti: Ross 1956, 155.
Tani 1977, 199, male.
Yamanouchi 1978, 9, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanabe 1980, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Vshivkova 1986, 68-69, male, female.
Kuhara et al. 1993, 18, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 20, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1223, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 299.
Ito et al. 1997, 24, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kuhara 1997b, 95, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 13, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Ito et al. 1998a, 12-15, 17, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 1999, 25, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40-44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-28, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2000b, 28-30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 247, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuhara and Sato 2001, 64, Rishiri-to.
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 107, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2004, 12, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morse and Yang 2004, 58, 60, 69, male.
Hattori 2005, 448-450, 452, male, female, larva.
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 52, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakano et al. 2007, 40, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Kuhara 2008, 87-88, 95, female, Hokkaido.
Muramatsu 2008, 4, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Ito et al. 2009, 8, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Ito 2010, 130 Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 73, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama, Oshima).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 6, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuhara 2011, 51, 71, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari, Iburi).
Ito 2013, 51-52, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Tokachi).
Ijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 28, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku, Tokachi).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 9, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 15, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Nozaki 2016, 318-319, 430, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 76.
Type locality. Great Shantar Island, Far East Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Far East).

Glossosoma (Synafophora) hospitum (Tsuda 1940)

Mystrophora hospita Tsuda 1940, 192-193, male, Honshu (Nagano).
Tsuda 1941, 104-105, Honshu (Nagano).
Glossosoma hospitum: Ross 1956, 155.
Tani 1977, 199, male.
Kobayashi 1982a, 7-8, male.
Nozaki et al. 1994, 299.
Nozaki 1997a, 33, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 41, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Morse and Yang 2004, 60.
Hattori 2005, 448-450, 452, male, female, larva.
Torii and Hattori 2006, 34, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Tanida 2016, 76.
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Glossosoma (Synafophora) japonicum Kobayashi 1972

Glossosoma japonicum Kobayashi 1972, 7-9, pl. 2, male, Honshu (Kanagawa). (japonica)
Kobayashi 1983, 32-33, Honshu (Kanagawa). (misspelled as “Clossosoma japonica”)
Tanida 2016, 76.
Kobayashi 1982a, 6-7, pl. 5, male, Honshu (Kanagawa), Kyushu (Fukuoka) (japonica).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 300 (japonica).
Type locality. Honshu (Kanagawa), Japan
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).
Remarks. Hattori (2005) pointed out this species should be reexamined.

Glossosoma (Synafophora) neffi Arefina 2000

Glossosoma neffi Arefina 2000, 21-22, male, female.
Morse and Yang 2004, 60.
Kuhara 2008, 88-89, 95, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Tokachi, Soya, Kamikawa, Sorachi, Ishikari, Hidaka, Iburi, Shiribeshi, Hiyama).
Ito et al. 2010, 73, Hokkaido (Hiyama, Oshima).
Kuhara 2011, 51, 71, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 15, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Tanida 2016, 76
Glossosoma altaicum?: Ito et al. 1999, 25, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Mentioned by Kuhara (2008).
Ito et al. 2000a, 28, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 247, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Glossosoma sp.: Nagayasu et al. 2003, 107, Hokkaido (Ishikari). Mentioned by Kuhra (2008).
Glossosoma altaicum: Ijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 28, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku). Misidentification mentioned by Ito and Kuhara (2016).
Type locality. Khabarovsk, Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Sakhalin, Khabarovsk).

Glossosoma (Synafophora) nichinkata Schmid 1971

Glossosoma nichinkata Schmid 1971, 618-619, male, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanida 1982a, 19, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Tanida 1982b, 359, Honshu (Gumma).
Nozaki 1988a, 41, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1988b, 45-46, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 16, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kugo and Nozaki 1990, 63, Honshu (Hyogo).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 14, pl. 3, male, female, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Morita 1993b, 107, Honshu (Mie).
Moriya 1994, 74, Honshu (Kanagawa, Yamanashi).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 300.
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996, 14, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki 1997a, 33, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Moriya 1997, 64, Honshu (Kanagawa, Yamanashi).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 41-42, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 167, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Shinoda 2003, 145, Honshu (Yamashina).
Morse and Yang 2004, 58, 60, male forewing.
Hattori 2005, 448-450, 452, male, female, larva.
Ishiwata et al. 2005, 242, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Mey and Nozaki 2006, 24, Honshu (Nagano).
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 188, Honshu (Tottori).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 101, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 92-93, Honshu (Tottori).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 37, Honshu (Mie).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 180, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2012a, 53, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2012b, 64, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Inazu 2013c, 69, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 4, Honshu (Shiga).
Katsuma 2015, 91, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2016, 318-319, 430, male, female.
Tanaka 2016, 1, 3, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 76.
Ito 2017, 3, Honshu (Fukui).
Kawase et al. 2017, 26, Honshu (Shiga).
Glossosoma speculare Kobayashi 1972, 5-7, pl. 1, male, Honshu (Kanagawa) (specularis). Synonymized by Tanida (1982b).
Kobayashi 1982a, 5-6, pl. 3, male, Honshu (Akita, Kanagawa) (specularis).
Kobayashi 1983, 32-33, Honshu (Kanagawa) (specularis).
Tanida 2016, 76.
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Kyushu).

Glossosoma (Synafophora) sadoense Kobayashi 1982

Glossosoma sadoense Kobayashi 1982a, 6, pl. 4, male, Sado-ga-shima (sadoensis).
Kobayashi 1984b, 6, Sado-ga-shima (sadoensis).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 300. (sadoensis)
Morse and Yang 2004, 60.
Tanida 2016, 76.
Type locality. Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Sado-ga-shima).
Remarks. Hattori (2005) pointed out this species should be reexamined.

Glossosoma (Synafophora) sumitaense Kobayashi 1982

Glossosoma sumitaense Kobayashi 1982a, 9, pl. 7, male, Honshu (Iwate) (sumitaensis).
Kobayashi 1983, 32-33, Honshu (Kanagawa) (sumitaensis).
Kobayashi 1984a, 28, Honshu (Kanagawa) (sumitaensis).
Kobayashi 1984c, 18, Hokkaido (Oshima) (sumitaensis).
Kobayashi 1985, 68, Honshu (Kanagawa) (sumitaensis).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 299 (sumitaensis).
Morse and Yang 2004, 60.
Kuhara 2008, 89.
Tanida 2016, 76.
Type locality. Honshu (Iwate), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu).
Remarks. Hattori (2005) pointed out this species should be reexamined.

Glossosoma (Synafophola) uogatanum Kobayashi 1982

Glossosoma uogatanum Kobayashi 1982a, 5, pl. 2, male, Honshu (Akita) (partly “uogalanum”).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 30, selecting specific epithet.
Morse and Yang 2004, 60.
Hattori 2005, 450, 453, male.
Tanaka 2016, 1, 3, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 76.
Type locality. Honshu (Akita), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Glossosoma (Synafophora) ussuricum (Martynov 1934)

Mystrophora ussurica Martynov 1934, 79-80, 326-327, male.
Mystrophora inops Tsuda 1940, 193-194, male, Honshu (Kyoto). Synonymized by Minakawa et al. (2004).
Tsuda 1942a, 250, male, Honshu (Kyoto), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tsuda 1942b, 263-264, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1943, 165, Honshu (Kyoto).
Ishihara et al. 1953, 37, Shikoku (Ehime).
Akagi 1957, 63-64, larva, Honshu (Shiga, Kyoto).
Kobayashi 1959, 345, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tsuda 1959, 136, larva, case.
Kuwada 1965, 163, pl. 82, adult, Shikoku (Ehime).
Glossosoma ussuricum: Ross 1956, 155.
Vshivkova 1986, 72-74, male, female.
Morse and Yang 2004, 58, 60, 66, 68, male, China (Ji-lin).
Uenishi and Yoshitaka 2004, 15, Honshu (Okayama).
Yoshitaka 2004, 27, Honshu (Okayama).
Hattori 2005, 448-451, male, female, larva.
Ishiwata et al. 2005, 242, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Katsuma 2005a, 5, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2005b, 12, Honshu (Tochigi, Gumma).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 53-54, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 219, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Mey and Nozaki 2006, 24, Honshu (Nagano).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 34, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 101, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 52, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 147, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kimura et al. 2007, 166, Honshu (Nagano).
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap. 68, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakamura and Hajiri 2007, 197, Honshu (Shimane).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 76, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakano et al. 2007, 40, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nakatani et al. 2007, 4, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 92-93, Honshu (Tottori, Hiroshima).
Inazu 2008, 67-68, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2008, 40, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuhara 2008, 87, 95, female, Hokkaido.
Morita 2008, 721, Honshu (Mie).
Muramatsu 2008, 3-4, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Tanida 2008, 248, pl. 92, adult, Shikoku (Ehime).
Aoyagi and Iwasaki 2009, 105, Honshu (Osaka).
Ito et al. 2009, 8, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Ito 2010, 130 Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 73, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama, Oshima).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 37, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Kawase et al. 2010a, 108, Honshu (Shimane).
Kobayashi 2010, 140, Honshu (Tochigi).
Mano 2010, 22-23, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanaka 2010a, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2010b, 23, 26, 28, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tsuji et al. 2010, 5, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 180, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 6, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Katsuma 2011a, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2011b, 50-51, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuhara 2011, 51, 60, 71, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari, Hidaka).
Inazu 2012, 5, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2012b, 64, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Inazu 2013a, 45, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013b, 55, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013c, 69-70, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito 2013, 52, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Ohotsuku, Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 9, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Ijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 28, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku, Kushiro).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 4, Honshu (Shiga).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 63, Honshu (Aichi).
Yamamoto and Ito 2014, 9, Shikoku (Ehime).
Katsuma 2015, 91, Honshu (Fukushima, Ibaraki).
Shimura 2015, 52, Fukue-jima.
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 15, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku, Kushiro).
Nozaki 2016, 71, 319-320, 430, 449, male, female, Shikoku (Kochi).
Nozaki et al. 2016, 324, Honshu (Niigata).
Tanaka 2016, 1-3, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Ito 2017, 3, Honshu (Fukui).
Kawase et al. 2017, 26, Honshu (Shiga).
Kuhara and Ito 2017, 16, Ryukyu (Yakushima).
Glossosoma inops: Ross 1956, 136, 155, male.
Kobayashi 1973, 29, Honshu (Yamagata). Yamanouchi 1976, 1, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kobayashi 1977, 1-2, 9, female, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tani 1977, 197, 199, male.
Tanida 1980, 135, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kobayashi 1982a, 4-5, pl. 1, male, Hokkaido (Ishikari), Honshu (Yamagata, Saitama, Kanagawa, Niigata), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1982b, 96, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Tanida 1982a, 19, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Tanida 1982b, 359, Honshu (Gumma).
Kobayashi 1984a, 28, Honshu (Kanagawa). (sumitaensis)
Kobayashi 1984b, 6, Sado-ga-shima.
Kobayashi 1984c, 18, male, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kobayashi 1985, 68, Honshu (Kanagawa). (sumitaensis)
Kobayashi 1987, 21, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita 1988, 4-5, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki 1988a, 41, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1988b, 45-46, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Morita 1989, 40, Honshu (Mie).
Kugo and Nozaki 1990, 62, Honshu (Hyogo).
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 16, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Hatta and Nozaki 1991, 203, Honshu (Tokai).
Kugo and Nozaki 1991, 8, Honshu (Hyogo).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 14, pl. 3, male, female, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kuhara 1992, 46, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Kuhara et al. 1993, 18, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 1993a, 5, Honshu (Mie).
Tanida and Takemon 1993, 243, Honshu (Kyoto).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 20, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1223, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morita 1994, 87, Honshu (Mie).
Moriya 1994, 74, Honshu (Kanagawa, Yamanashi).
Nozaki et al. 1994.
Sameshima and Sato 1994, 65-74, life cycle, Honshu (Nara).
Tanida et al. 1995, 3, Honshu (Nara).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996, 14, Honshu (Aomori).
Saito 1996, 15, Hokkaido (Kamikawa).
Ito et al. 1997, 24, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kuhara 1997a, 60, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Kuhara 1997b, 95, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Moriya 1997, 64, Honshu (Kanagawa, Yamanashi).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 13, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nishiharu 1997a, 37, Honshu (Fukui).
Nozaki 1997a, 33, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1997b, 28, Honshu (Tokyo).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 62, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1998a, 12-17, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Ohotsuku).
Itou and Muramatsu 1998, 39, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 41, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Morita 1998a, 71, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 1998b, 13, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 1999, 25-26, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nakano and Tanida 1999, 277, Honshu (Nara).
Ohkawa 1999, 40-44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000a, 28, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2000b, 28-29, Hokkaido (Soya).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 247-248, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuranishi and Yamamoto 2000, 64, Shikoku (Ehime).
Kuhara 2001, 17, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Morita 2001a, 175, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2001b, 219, Honshu (Mie) (misspelled as "inopus").
Morita 2001c, 337, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 167, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 107, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakamura et al. 2003, 152, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Shinoda 2003, 145, Honshu (Yamashina).
Aoyagi et al. 2004, 23, Honshu (Kyoto).
Ito et al. 2004, 12, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase et al. 2004, 107-108, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuranishi and Satake 2004, 36, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Morita and Kawase 2004, 16, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kameyama et al. 2006, 91, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 188, Honshu (Tottori).
Type locality. South Ussuri region, Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Ryukyu (Yakushima), Sado-ga-shima), Russia (central and south Kuril, Sakhalin, Primorye, Khabarovsk, south Siberia), Korea, China (Heilongjiang, Jinlin).

Glossosoma (Synafophora) yamanouchii Kuhara 2008

Glossosoma sp.: Yamanouchi 1987, 36, 40, male, Hokkaido (Tokachi). Mentioned by Kuhara (2008).
Kuhara 1997a, 60, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi) (sp. 1).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 13, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Ito et al. 1998a, 15, 17, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Ohotsuku)(sp. 1).
Ito et al. 2000a, 28, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (sp. 1).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 248, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap. 68, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara 1997b, 95, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Glossosoma yamanouchii Kuhara 2008, 85-87, 92-94, male, female, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Ohotsuku, Tokachi, Kamiakwa, Ishikari, Hidaka, Iburi, Shiribeshi, Hiyama, Oshima).
Ito et al. 2010, 73, Hokkaido (Hiyama, Oshima).
Tsuji et al. 2010, 5, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku).
Kuhara 2011, 51, 60, 71, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari, Hidaka, Iburi).
Nozaki 2016, 319-320, 430, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Iburi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Subfamily Protoptilinae Ross

Genus Padunia Martynov

Eight species of this genus have been recorded in Japan.

Padunia alpina Kagaya and Nozaki 1998

Padunia alpine Kagaya and Nozaki 1998, male, female, pupa, larva, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 231-232, male, female, Honshu (Tochigi, Yamashina).
Hattori 2005, 448-449, 452-453, 455, male, female, larval case.
Nozaki 2016, 71, 320, 430, 449, male, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Honshu (Yamanashi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Padunia forcipata Martynov 1934

Padunia forcipata Martynov 1934, 161-163, 330-331, male.
Yamanouchi 1980, 7, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Nozaki et al. 1994, 300.
Nakajima et al. 1997, 13, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kagaya and Nozaki 1998, 104-105, male, female, larval case, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Tokachi, Ishikari, Iburi).
Ito et al. 1999, 25, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 28-29, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2000b, 30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Hattori 2005, 448-449, 452-453, 455, male, female, larval case.
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 52, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakano et al. 2007, 40, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 229-231, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Ishikari, Oshima).
Ito et al. 2010, 73, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Ito 2013, 52, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Ijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 28, Hokkaido (Ohotsuku, Kushiro).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. East Yakutia (River Amga), Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Siberia), Korea.

Padunia introflexa Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007

Padunia introflexa Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 237-239, male, female, Honshu (Ibaraki, Shizuoka).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Honshu (Shimane), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Padunia obpyriformis Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007

Padunia obpyriformis Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 236-237, male, female, Honshu (Gifu, Shimane).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Honshu (Gifu), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Padunia pallida Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007

Uentrichia sp.: Kobayashi 1959, 345, Kyushu (Fukuoka). Mentioned by Nishimoto and Nozaki (2007).
Padunia sp.: Gyotoku and Nozaki and Gyotoku 1992, 15, Kyushu (Fukuoka). Mentioned by Nishimoto and Nozaki (2007).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 86-87, Honshu (Aichi).
Padunia sp. PA: Kagaya and Nozaki 1998, 106, female, Honshu (Kanagawa, Aichi), Kyushu (Fukuoka). Mentioned by Nishimoto and Nozaki (2007).
Padunia pallida Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 234-236, male, female, Honshu (Aichi, Shimane, Hiroshima), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Honshu (Aichi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Kyushu).

Padunia perparva Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007

Padunia perparva Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 241-242, male, female, Honshu (Hiroshima) (perparvus).
Ito 2013, 52, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (perparvus).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Honshu (Hiroshima), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu).

Padunia ramifera Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007

Padunia ramifera Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 239-241, male, female, Honshu (Iwate).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Honshu (Iwate), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Padunia rectangularis Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007

Padunia rectangularis Nishimoto and Nozaki 2007, 232-234, male, female, Honshu (Tochigi, Ibaraki, Aichi).
Katsuma 2015, 91, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanida 2016, 77.
Type locality. Honshu (Aichi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

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