A catalogue of Japanese Trichoptera
Family Leptoceridae Leach

Author: Nobuyuki KATSUMA
E-mail: setodesujiensisakagi1960[AT]gmail.com
Last update: 10 Sept. 2016

Subfamily Leptocerinae Leach

Eleven genera, Adicella, Athripsodes, Ceraclea, Erotesis, Leptocerus, Mystacides, Oecetis, Parasetodes, Setodes, Triaenodes and Trichosetodes have been recorded from Japan.

Genus Adicella McLachlan

Five named species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan (Shimura 2010, Ito et. al. 2013, Katsuma and Yamamoto 2015).

Adicella makaria Malicky and Chantaramongkol 2002

Adicella makaria Malicky and Chantaramongkol 2002, 27, male, Taiwan.
Shimura 2010, 50, 54, adult, Yonaguni-jima.
Ito et. al. 2013, 28, male, female, Ishigaki-jima, Iriomote-jima, Yonaguni-jima.
Tanida 2016, 127.
Type locality. Taiwan.
Distribution. Ishigaki-jima, Iriomote-jima, Yonaguni-jima, Taiwan.

Adicella odamiyamensis Katsuma and Yamamoto 2015

Adicella odamiyamensis Katsuma and Yamamoto 2015, 18, male, female, Shikoku (Ehime).
Tanida 2016, 127.
Type locality. Shikoku (Ehime), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Shikoku).

Adicella paludicola Ito and Kuhara 2013

Adicella paludicola Ito and Kuhara: Ito et al., 2013, 33, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Iburi), Honshu (Ibaraki, Aichi, Shiga).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 7, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanaka 2014, 39, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 17, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida 2016, 127.
Adicella sp.2: Kawase and Morita 2010, 45, Honshu (Mie), mentioned by Kawase and Morita (2014).
Type locality. Hokkaido (Kushiro), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu).

Adicella strigillata Katsuma and Ito 2013

Adicella strigillata Katsuma and Ito: Ito et al., 2013, 36, male, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanida 2016, 127.
Type locality. Honshu (Ibaraki), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Adicella trichotoma Ito and Kuhara 2013

Adicella trichotoma Ito and Kuhara: Ito et al., 2013, 30, male, female, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi), Honshu (Iwate, Ibaraki, Mie, Shimane), Shikoku (Ehime, Kochi), Amami-oshima, Okinawa-jima.
Yamamoto and Ito 2014, 15, Shikoku (Ehime).
Tanida 2016, 127.
Adicella sp.1: Kawase and Morita 2014, 45, Honshu (Mie), mentioned by Kawase and Morita (2014).
Type locality. Hokkaido (Shiribeshi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Amami-oshima, Okinawa-jima).

Genus Athripsodes Billberg

One species belonging to this genus has been recorded from Japan.

Athripsodes tsudai (Akagi 1960)

Leptocerus sp. LA: Akagi 1953, 65-66. Mentioned by Akagi (1960).
Tsuda and Akagi 1956, 37-38, larva, pupa, male, Honshu (Aichi, Mie).
Leptocerus tsudai Akagi 1960, 87-89, male, Honshu (Aichi, Mie, Kyoto).
Tsuda & Akagi 1962, 136-137, larva, case.
Tsuda & Akagi 1974, 136-137, larva, case.
Athripsodes tsudai: Fischer 1972, 106.
Uenishi 1993, 80.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 60, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 74-75, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanida 2005, 542, 547, 550, male.
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie).
Tanaka 2012, 11, male, Honshu (Akita).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 7, Honshu (Shiga).
Katsuma 2015b, 90-91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanida 2016, 127.
Ceraclea tsudai: Tanida 1985, 207.
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi).
Leptocerus seikunis Kobayashi 1987, 27, male, Honshu (Shimane). Synonymized by Uenishi (1993).
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Genus Ceraclea Stephens

Ten named species and four unnamed species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan. Furthermore, two unnamed species accompanied with an alphabetic code were described for the larvae, which have not yet associated with adults. Tanida (1997, 2003) recorded one undescribed species from Ryukyu Islands.

Ceraclea albimacula (Rambur 1842)

Mystacida albimacula Rambur 1842, 509, France.
Leptocerus alboguttatus Hagen 1860, 70. Synonymized by Malicky (2005a).
Leptocerus spinosus Tsuda 1942b, 293-294, male, Honshu (Shiga, Kyoto). Treated as a synonym of Ceraclea alboguttata (Hagen) by Yang and Morse (1988).
Kobayashi 1959, 349, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Leptocerus biwaensis Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 420, adult. Treated as a synonym of Ceraclea alboguttata (Hagen) by Yang and Morse (1988).
Akagi 1953, 65-66, larva, Honshu (Shiga).
Akagi 1954, 12, larva.
Tsuda 1959, 145, larva.
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 136-137, larva.
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 136-137, larva.
Athripsodes albimacula: Fischer 1965, 131.
Athripsodes alboguttatus: Fischer 1965, 131-135.
Ceraclea biwaensis: Morse 1975, 26-27.
Kugo and Nozaki 1990, 63, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kameyama et al. 2006, 94, Honshu (Hiroshima) (biwaense).
Kameyama et al. 2009, Honshu (Hiroshima, Shimane) (biwaense).
Ceraclea alboguttata: Morse 1975, 27-28, male.
Yang and Morse 1988, 9-10, male, female, larva, China.
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 43, larva, adult.
Kuhara et al. 1993, 19, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Uenishi 1993, 79.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 59-60, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Morita 1998b, 73, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 258, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Morita 2001a, 222, Honshu (Aichi).
Morse et al. 2001, 105.
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 176, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 110, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Uenishi and Yoshitaka 2004, 18, Honshu (Okayama).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 57, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 224, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 542, 547, 549, male.
Nakamura et al. 2006, 102, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap. 73, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 98, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ceraclea albimacula: Morse 1975, 28-29, male.
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 10, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito 2013, 68, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 66, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanida 2016, 127.
Type locality. France.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Europe, China, North and South Korea.

Ceraclea complicata (Kobayashi 1984)

Leptocerus complicatus Kobayashi 1984a, 8-10 male, female, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi).
Leptocerus funashiensis Kobayashi 1985, 21-22, male, female, Tsushima. Synonymized by Uenishi (1993).
Ceraclea miyakonis: Nozaki 1987, 43, Honshu (Kanagawa). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (2004).
Nozaki 1988, 42, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Ceraclea complicata: Uenishi 1993, 80.
Tanida et al. 1995, 4, Honshu (Nara).
Ito et al. 1997, 24, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nozaki 1997a, 37-38, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1997b, 31, Honshu (Tokyo).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 70, Honshu (Tokyo).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakano and Tanida 1999, 277, Honshu (Nara).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 38, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 258, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuhara 2001, 20, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Morita 2001a, 222, Honshu (Aichi).
Morita 2001b, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Ito et al. 2004, 11, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2004, 1237, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Uenishi and Yoshitaka 2004, 18, Honshu (Okayama).
Katsuma 2005a, 8, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 224, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 542, 550, male.
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kameyama et al. 2006, 94, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 189, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Mey and Nozaki 2006, 25, Honshu (Gifu).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 39, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 102, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 2007, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap.73, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 98, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2008a 17, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 55, Hokkaido (Abashiri).
Aoyagi and Iwasaki 2009, 107, Honshu (Osaka).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Ito et al. 2010, 77, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Nakamura 2010, 240, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 10, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuhara 2011, 53, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2012, 251, Honshu (Mie).
Moriya and Kubota 2012, 136, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Tanaka 2012, 11, male, Honshu (Akita).
Hayashi et al. 2013, 13, Oki-no-shima.
Ito, 2013, 68, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanaka 2015, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 128.
Ceraclea (Athripsodes) sp. 1: Uenishi et al. 1994, 132, Kyushu (Fukuoka). Mentioned by Gyotoku et al. (1994).
Type locality. Honshu (Kanagawa), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu, Oki-no-shima, Tsushima), Russia (Sakhalin).

Ceraclea coreana Kumanski 1991

Ceraclea coreana Kumanski 1991, 68-69, male, North Korea.
Gyotoku et al. 1994, 132, male, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tanida 2016, 128.
Type locality. North Korea.
Distribution. Japan (Kyushu), Russia (Primorskii krai, Khabarovskii krai), North and South Korea.

Ceraclea kamonis (Tsuda 1942)

Leptocerus kamonis Tsuda 1942b, 290-291, male, Honshu (Kyoyto).
Tsuda 1942d, 263, Honshu (Kyoyto).
Kobayashi 1987, 26, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida et al. 1995, 4, Honshu (Nara).
Kadowaki 1998, 9, Honshu (Shimane).
Athripsodes kamonis: Fischer, 1965, 209.
Ceraclea kamonis: Morse 1975, 45, male.
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi).
Uenishi 1993, 80.
Morita 1999a, 15-16, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto 2000, 26, Honshu (Aichi).
Ito et al. 2000b, 38, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 2001b, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 176, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Uenishi et al. 2004, 18, Honshu (Okayama).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 224-225, Honshu (Simane).
Tanida 2005, 542, 550, male.
Katsuma 2006, 36, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuhara 2007, ap.73, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 98, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Aoyagi and Iwasaki 2009, 107, Honshu (Osaka).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 208, male, Honshu (Hyogo).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Morita and Katsuma 2011, 99, Honshu (Mie).
Inazu 2012, 10, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2012, 11, male, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu 2013b, 76, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 7, Honshu (Shiga).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanida 2016, 128.
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu).

Ceraclea lobulata (Martynov 1935)

Leptocerus lobulatus Martynov 1935, 207, 223-225, male, female, Russia (Amur Region).
Leptocerus miyakonis Tsuda 1942b, 289-290, male. Synonymized by Uenishi (1993).
Tsuda 1942d, 263, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1943, 166, Honshu (Kyoto).
Kobayashi 1987, 26, Honshu (Shimane).
Athripsodes lobulatus: Fischer, 1965, 209.
Athripsodes miyakonis: Fischer, 1965, 212.
Yodoe et al. 1998, 68, Honshu (Shimane).
Ceraclea miyakonis: Morse 1975, 39, male.
Morita 1989, 41, Honshu (Mie).
Hatta and Nozaki 1991, 205, Honshu (Aichi).
Morita 1993, 8, Honshu (Mie).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 168, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kadowaki 1998, 9, Honshu (Shimane).
Ceraclea lobulata: Morse 1975, 40, male.
Uenishi 1993, 79-80.
Morse et al. 2001, 105, Honshu (Shiga).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 225, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 542, 550, male.
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2016, 128.
Type locality. Russia (Amur Region).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Amur Region), China, South Korea.

Ceraclea mitis (Tsuda 1942)

Leptocerus mitis Tsuda 1942b, 291-292, male, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1942d, 263, Honshu (Kyoto).
Athripsodes mitis: Fischer, 1965, 212.
Ceraclea mitis: Morse, 1975, 49, male.
Uenishi 1993, 80.
Morita 2001b, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 176, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Uenishi et al. 2004, 18, Honshu (Okayama).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 98, male, female, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 542, 550, male.
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2014, 51, wings, Honshu (Mie, Kyoto, Shimane), Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 128.
Leptocerus takatsunis Kobayashi, 1987, 26-27, male, Honshu (Shimane). Synonymized by Katsuma (2014).
Uenishi 1993, 80.
Tanida 2005, 542.
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), South Korea.

Ceraclea nigronervosa (Retzius 1783)

Phryganea nigronervosa Retzius 1783, 56.
Leptocerus nigronervosus (Retzius): Tsuda 1942b, 289.
Tsuda 1942c, 63, Honshu (Shiga).
Mori and Matsutani 1953, 30, Honshu (Shiga).
Kadowaki 1998, 9, Honshu (Shimane).
Athripsodes nigronervosus: Fischer 1965, 212-219.
Ceraclea nigronervosa: Morse 1975, 32, male.
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 44, larva, adult, Honshu (Shiga).
Morse et al. 2001, 105, Honshu (Shiga).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 176 Honshu (Hiroshima).
Uenishi and Yoshitaka 2004, 18-19, Honshu (Okayama).
Tanida 2005, 542, male.
Tanida 2016, 128.
Ceraclea sp.: Uenishi (1993), 80. Mentioned by Tanida et al.(1999).
Type locality. Sweden.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Europe, Russia

Ceraclea superba (Tsuda 1942)

Leptocerus superbus Tsuda 1942b, 292-293, male, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1942d, 263, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1943, 167, Honshu (Kyoto).
Athripsodes superbus: Fischer 1965, 235.
Tani 1978, 23, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Ceraclea superba: Morse, 1975, 34, male.
Uenishi 1993, 79.
Morita 1999a, 16, Honshu (Mie).
Morse et al. 2001, 105, Honshu (Shiga).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Mie).
Tanida 2005, 542, 549, male.
Katsuma 2006, 36, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2007b, 18, Honshu (Tochigi).
Katsuma 2008b, 58, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2010b, 84, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2012, 11, male, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015a, 45, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2015, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2016, 48, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2016, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 129.
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Russia (Prymorskii krai, Khabarovskii krai) China.

Ceraclea valentinae Arefina 1997

Ceraclea valentinae Arefina 1997, 100-102, male, Russia (south Kuril Islands).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 17-18, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Type locality. Russia (south Kuril Islands).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (south Kuril Islands).


Ceraclea variabilis (Martynov 1935)

Leptocerus variabilis Martynov 1935, 225-227, male, Russia (Amur Region).
Athripsodes variabilis: Fisher 1965, 238, Russia (Amur Region).
Ceraclea variabilis: Morse 1975, 48, male, Russia (Amur Region, Siberia).
Uenishi 1993, 80.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61, male, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tanida 2016, 129.
Type locality. Russia (Amur Region).
Distribution. Japan (Kyushu), Russia (Amur Region).

Ceraclea sp. LB

Leptocerus sp. LB: Akagi 1957, 24-25, larva, Honshu (Gifu, Hyogo).
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 135, 137, larva.
Ceraclea sp. LB: Tanida 1985, 207.
Tanida 2016, 129.

Ceraclea sp. LC

Leptocerus sp. LC: Akagi 1959, 41, larva, case, Honshu (Kyoto, Okayama).
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 135-137, larva, case.
Athripsodes sp. LC: Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 135-137, larva, case.
Ceraclea sp. LC: Tanida 1985, 207.
Tanida 2016, 129.

Ceraclea sp.

Ceraclea annulicornis: Iwata, 1927, 211, larva, Honshu (Shiga, Okayama).
Uenishi 1993, 79.
Remarks. Iwata (1927) recorded this species based on Japanese larval specimens, but Tsuda (1942e) and Akagi (1954) suggested that this species is not distributed in Japan. Akagi (1954) pointed out a part of Iwata's specimens belongs to Ceraclea albimacula (as Leptocerus biwaensis).

Ceraclea sp.

Ceraclea sp.: Yamanouchi 1987, 36, 41-43, male, female, larva, Hokkaido (Tokachi).

Ceraclea sp.

Ceraclea sp.: Inazu and Nishida 2011, 209, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).

Ceraclea sp.

Ceraclea sp.: Tanaka 2012, 11, male, Honshu (Akita).

Genus Erotesis McLachlan

Only one species, E. japonica Iwata 1930 was described from Honshu based only on the larval stage. Uenishi et al. (1994) recorded an unidentified species based on adult material from Kyushu.

Erotesis japonica Iwata 1930

Erotesis japonica Iwata 1930, 60-61, 64, 65, larva.
Fischer 1965, 112, Japan.
Uenishi 1993, 83.
Tanida 2016, 129.
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).
Remarks. This species was recorded only based on the larval stage by Iwata (1930). The original description was insufficient even for generic assignment (Uenishi 1993).

Genus Leptocerus Leach

Four species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan.

Leptocerus biwae (Tsuda 1942)

Setodes biwae Tsuda 1942b, 300-301, male, Honshu (Shiga).
Tsuda 1942c, 63, Honshu (Shiga).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 422, adult.
Mori and Matsutani 1953, 30, Honshu (Shiga).
Fischer 1966, 45.
Leptocerus biwae: Schmid, 1987, 139, male.
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Morse et al. 2001, 105, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanida 2005, 539, 546, 548, male.
Ito et al. 2007, 151, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida 2016, 129.
Type locality. Honshu (Shiga) Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Primorye), China.

Leptocerus fluminalis Ito and Kuhara 2009

Leptocerus fluminalis Ito and Kuhara 2009, 25-31, male, female, pupa, larva, case, habitat, gut contents, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Soya, Ishikari, Iburi, Shiribeshi, Hiyama), Honshu (Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Hyogo, Hiroshima), Shikoku (Kochi).
Ito et al. 2010, 77, Hokkaido (Oshima)
Katsuma 2010a, 42, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanida and Nozaki, 2010, 89, Honshu (Sizuoka).
Katsuma 2011b, 68, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Moriya and Kubota 2012, 136, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Ito 2013, 68, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 7, Honshu (Shiga).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 66, Honshu (Aichi).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanida 2016, 129.
Leptocerus sp. 1: Ito et al. 1998, 14, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Mentioned by Ito and Kuhara (2009).
Ito et al. 1999, 25-27, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 38, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Leptocerus sp.: Takashima 2005, 67-70, Hokkaido (Ishikari). Mentioned by Ito and Kuhara (2009).
Nozaki and Tanida 2007, 252, Honshu (Shizuoka). Mentioned by Ito and Kuhara (2009).
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku).

Leptocerus moselyi (Martynov 1935)

Setodes moselyi Martynov 1935, 207, 268-271, male, female, Russia (Amur Region).
Fischer 1966, 47.
Leptocerus moselyi: Schmid 1987, 139.
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 75, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanida 2005, 539.
Katsuma 2006, 36, male, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2007b, 82, male, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 99, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie).
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Katsuma 2011a, 37, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 173, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita and Katsuma 2011, 99, Honshu (Mie).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, male Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Katsuma 2015a, 45, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanida 2016, 129.
Type locality. Russia (Amur Region).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Russia (Amur region).

Leptocerus valvatus Martynov 1935

Setodes valvata Martynov 1935, 207, 264-268, male, female, Russia (Amur Region).
Leptocerus valvatus: Fischer, 1966, 30.
Lepneva 1966, 621, larva.
Schmid 1987, 139.
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanida 2005, 539.
Nakatani et al. 2006, 36, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2007, 151, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morita 2007b, 82, male, Honshu (Mie).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokaido (Nemuro).
Ohtaka et al. 2008, 61, Honshu (Aomori).
Ito 2013, 68, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morimoto 2013, 92, male, larva, Honshu (Osaka).
Nakatani 2016, 243, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanida 2016, 129.
Leptocerus utonaiensis Kobayashi 1977, 4-5, male, female, (Hokkaido). Synonymized by Schmid (1987).
Type locality. Russia (Amur Region).
Distribution Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Amur Region).

Leptocerus sp.

Setodes tineiformis: Iwata 1930, 61-64, larva, Honshu (Kyoto).
Narita et al. 2007, 21.
Leptocerus tineiformis: Uenishi 1993, 81.
Remarks. Iwata (1927) recorded Leptocerus tineiformis based on larval specimens (as Setodes tineiformis), but Tsuda (1942e) suggested that this European species is not distributed in Japan.

Genus Mystacides Berthold

Three species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan. Furthermore, two unnamed species accompanied with an alphabetic code were described for the larvae, which were not associated with adults. Tsuda (1942b) recorded Mystacides longicornis (Linnaeus) from Japan, but Uenishi (1993) suggested that it was a misidentification of an undescribed species.

Mystacides azurea (Linnaeus 1761)

Phryganea azurea: Linnaeus 1761, 380.
Mystacides azurea: Iwata 1927, 244, larva.
Kuwayama 1930, 56-57, adult, Hokkaido, Honshu (Tokyo), Shikoku (Ehime).
Kuwayama 1932, 1509, adult, Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku.
Kato 1938, 60.
Tsuda 1942b, 294-295, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1942d, 263, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1943, 166, 167, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 420, adult.
Gyotoku 1957, 11, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1959, 349, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tani 1977, 206, adult.
Tani 1978, 25, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Yamanouchi 1980, 8, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kobayashi 1984b, 8, Sado-ga-shima.
Kobayashi 1985a, 20, Tsushima.
Kobayashi 1985b, 68, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kobayashi 1987, 27, Honshu (Shimane).
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 45, larva, adult.
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61-62, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Itou and Hirama, 1995, 168, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida et al. 1995, 3-4, Honshu (Nara).
Kuranishi and Otaka, 1996, 15, Honshu (Aomori).
Morita 1997b, 96, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1997, 152, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 1997a, 38, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozkai 1997b, 31, Honshu (Tokyo).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 65, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Kadowaki 1998, 9, Honshu (Shimane).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 70, Honshu (Tokyo).
Morita 1998a, 14, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 1998b, 73, Honshu (Mie).
Sekimoto et al. 1998, 361, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Yodoe 1998, 68, Honshu (Shimane).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Matsuda and Nakamura 1999, 108, Honshu (Shimane).
Nakano and Tanida 1999, 277, Honshu (Nara).
Ito et al. 2000b, 38-39, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 258-259, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Uenishi and Ebisawa 2000, 170, Honshu (Shiga).
Kuhara 2001, 20, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Morita 2001a, 222, Honshu (Aichi).
Morita 2001b, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Morse et al. 2001, 105, Honshu (Shiga).
Narita et al. 2001, 21.
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 176-177, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 110, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (azureus).
Ito et al. 2004, 11, 16, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (azureus).
Kawase et al. 2004, 117, Honshu (Ibaraki) (azureus).
Morita et al. 2004, 16, 17, Honshu (Ishikawa) (azureus).
Nozaki 2004, 1237, Honshu (Kanagawa) (azureus).
Uenishi et al. 2004, 19, Honshu, (Okayama) (azureus).
Yoshitaka 2004, 29, Honshu (Okayama) (azureus).
Katsuma 2005a, 8, Honshu (Ibaraki) (azureus).
Katsuma 2005b, 15, Honshu (Tochigi, Gumma) (azureus).
Kondo et al. 2005, 109, larva (azureus).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 57, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (azureus).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 225, Honshu (Shimane) (azureus).
Tanida 2005, 541, 547, 549, male (azureus).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki) (azureus).
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 189, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Kameyama et al. 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (azureus).
Morita 2006b, 201, Honshu (Mie) (azureus).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 103, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 39, Honshu (Shizuoka) (azureus).
Ito et al. 2007, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (azureus).
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap.73, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (azureus).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro) (azureus).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 99, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Inazu 2008, 84, Honshu (Hyogo) (azureus).
Katsuma 2008b, 58, Honshu (Ibaraki) (azureus).
Morita 2008a, 17, Honshu (Mie) (azureus).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie) (azureus).
Muramatsu 2008, 12, Hokkaido (Abashiri) (azureus).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 55, Hokkaido (Soya) (azureus).
Ohtaka et al. 2008, 61, Honshu (Aomori) (azureus).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Nakatani et al. 2009, 77, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (azureus).
Aoyagi and Iwasaki 2009, 107, Honshu (Osaka). (azureus)
Tanaka 2009, 48, adult, Honshu (Akita) (azureus).
Ito 2010, 132, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (azureus).
Ito et al. 2010, 77, Hokkaido (Oshima) (azureus).
Katsuma 2010b, 84, Honshu (Ibaraki) (azureus).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie, Shiga) (azureus).
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi) (azureus).
Nakamura 2010, 240, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Nakamura and Kita 2010, 89, Honshu (Hiroshima) (azureus).
Nozaki 2010a, 22, Honshu (Aichi) (azureus).
Tanaka 2010b, 18, Honshu (Akita) (azureus).
Ito and Nakatani 2011, 148, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (azureus).
Katsuma 2011b, 68, Honshu (Ibaraki) (azureus).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, Honshu (Shimane) (azureus).
Kuhara 2011, 53, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari) (azureus).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie) (azureus).
Nakatani and Matsumoto 2011, 62, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (azureus).
Nozaki 2011, 4, Honshu (Aichi) (azureus).
Tsukiji 2011, 142, adult (azureus).
Inazu 2012, 10, Honshu (Hyogo) (azureus).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki) (azureus).
Morita 2012, 251, Honshu (Mie) (azureus).
Moriya and Tanaka 2012, 136, Honshu (Kanagawa) (azureus).
Tanaka 2012, 11, male, Honshu (Akita) (azureus).
Enju 2013, 86, adult (azureus).
Hayashi et al. 2013, 13, Oki-no-shima.
Inazu 2013a, 58, Honshu (Hyogo) (azureus).
Inazu 2013b, 76, Honshu (Hyogo) (azureus).
Ito 2013, 68, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (azureus).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Kawabe 2014, 115, adult, Honshu (Tokyo) (azureus).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 7, Honshu (Shiga) (azureus).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 2014, 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 67, Honshu (Aichi) (azureus).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Shimura 2015, 54, Fukue-jima.
Tanaka 2015, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 243, Hokkaido (Nemuro) (azureus).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Uchifune 2016, 200-201, adult, Honshu (Kanagawa) (azureus).
Type locality. Sweden.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Sado-ga-shima, Oki-no-shima, Fukue-jima), Russia, Europe.

Mystacides bifida Martynov 1924

Mystacides bifida Martynov 1924, 92-94, male, Russia (Siberia).
Martynov 1935, 230-232, male, Russia (Amur Region) (bifidus).
Fischer 1966, 77.
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Kagaya et al. 1998, 70, Honshu (Tokyo).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Type locality. Russia (Amur Region).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Russia (Amur Region).

Mystacides pacifica Mey 1991

Mystacides pacifica Mey 1991 197-199, male, female, Russia (Sachalin).
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1230, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara 1997, 62, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 39, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara 2001, 20, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Tanida 2005, 541, male (pacificus).
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (pacificus).
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap.73, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (pacificus).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (pacificus).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Nakatani 2016, 243, Hokkaido (Nemuro) (pacificus).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Type locality. Russia (Sachalin).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Sachalin).

Mystacides sp. MA

Mystacides sp. MA: Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 135-137, larva, case.
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 135-137, larva, case.
Tanida 2016, 130.

Mystacides sp. MB

Mystacides sp. MB: Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 135.
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 135.
Tanida 2016, 130.

Genus Oecetis McLachlan

Fourteen species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan. Kuwayama (1930) reported a European species, Oecetis testcea (Curtis 1984), based on two female specimens collected from Hokkaido. After that, Kumanski (1991) described a subspecies, O. testacea orientalis (renamed as O. testacea kumanskii), based on specimens collected from North Korea. Furthermore, Arefina and Armitage (2005) described other subspecies, O. testacea sakhalinica (junior synonym of O. tsudai), from South Sakhalin. Both O. testcaea kumanskii and O. tsudai are distributed in Hokkaido, therefore, Kuwayama's female specimens may belong to either of those species. On the other hand, although Tanida (2016) listed O. testacea testacea in his checklist of Japanese Trichoptera, no reliable record of this nominotypical subspecies are found from East Asia.
Tanida (1997) recorded one undescribed species from Ryukyu Islands. O. dilata Yang and Morse was recorded from Hokkaido without collecting data by Malicky (2005b).

Oecetis antennata (Martynov 1935)

Oecetodella antennata Martynov 1935, 207, 257-261, male, Russia (Amur Region).
Fischer 1966, 106, Russia (Amur Region).
Oecetis antennata: Uenishi 1993, 81 (antennatus).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 177, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Uenishi et al. 2004, 19, Honshu (Okayama).
Tanida 2005, 540.
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 99, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 173, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Type locality. Russia (Amur Region).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Russia (Ussuri), China.

Oecetis brachyura Yang and Morse 1997

Oecetis brachyura Yang and Morse, 1997, 191, male, Russia (Far East).
Ito et al. 2000b, 39, male, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 2002, 105-106, Honshu (Mie).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 111, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kawase et al. 2004, 117, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 57, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2005, 540.
Kameyama et al. 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2007b, 18, Honshu (Tochigi).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2012, 251, Honshu (Mie).
Tanaka 2012, 10, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 68, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Oecetis sp (af. morii): Morita 1997a, Honshu (Mie). Mentioned by Morita (2002).
Type locality. China (Guizhou).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu), Russia (Far East), China.

Oecetis caucula Yang and Morse 2000

Oecetis caucula Yang and Morse 2000, 130-131, male, female, China.
Morita 2002, 105, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 177, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 225, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 540.
Kameyama et al. 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2006, 36, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 99, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Inazu 2008, 84, Honshu (Hyogo).
Morita 2008a, 17, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Shiga).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, Honshu (Shimane).
Inazu 2013a, 58, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013b, 76, Honshu (Hyogo).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 67, Honshu (Aichi).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Katsuma 2016, 48, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Type locality. China (Anhui).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), South Korea, China.

Oecetis furva Rambur 1842

Mystacida furva Rambur 1842, 512, France.
Oecetis furva: Iwata, 1930, 60, larva, Honshu (Nagano).
Fischer 1966, 112-117.
Uenishi 1993, 80.
Narita et al. 2001, 21.
Tanida 2016, 130.
Type locality. France.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Russia (South Khabarovsk, Prymorskii krai), Europe.
Remarks. This species was recorded from Japan based only on the larval stage (Iwata, 1930), but it was probably a misidentification (Uenishi, 1993).

Oecetis hamochiensis Kobayashi 1984

Oecetis hamochiensis Kobayashi 1984a, 12-13, male, female, Sado-ga-shima.
Kobayashi 1987, 28, Honshu (Shimane).
Kuhara 1992, 46, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanida and Takemon 1993, 244, Honshu (Nara).
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Morita 1994b, 120, Honshu (Mie).
Tanida et al. 1995, 4, Honshu (Nara).
Ito et al. 1997, 25, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kuhara 1997, 62, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nozaki 1997a, 38, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakano and Tanida 1999, 277, Honshu (Nara).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 40, Hokaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 259, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuhara 2001, 20, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nozaki 2004, 1238, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nagayasu 2005, 57, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2005, 540, 548, male.
Katsuma 2006, 36, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 40, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Kuhara 2007, ap.73, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 99, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Inazu 2008, 84, Honshu (Hyogo).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Aoyagi and Iwasaki 2009, 107, Honshu (Osaka).
Tanaka 2009, 19, Honshu (Akita).
Ito et al. 2010, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nozaki 2010b, 217, Honshu (Kanagawa)
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 207, male, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2011b, 68, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 173, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, Honshu (Shimane).
Kuhara 2011, 53, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Morita and Katsuma 2011, 99, Honshu (Mie).
Moriya and Kubota 2012, 137, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Tanaka 2012, 10 male, Honshu (Akita).
Hayashi et al. 2013, 13, Oki-no-shima.
Morita 2013, 64, Honshu (Mie).
Ito 2013, 69, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Inazu 2013b, 76, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 67, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanaka 2015, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Oecetis dilata Yang and Morse 2000: Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, Honshu (Hiroshima). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Nakamura (2007).
Type locality. Sado-ga-shima, Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Sado-ga-shima, Oki-no-shima).
Remarks. Tanida (2005, 2016) recognized Kyushu as a distribution area of this species, but no reliable record from Kyushu is found.

Oecetis morii Tsuda 1942

Oecetis morii Tsuda 1942b, 298-299, male, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda 1942c, 63, Honshu (Shiga).
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 134, 136-137, larva.
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 134, 136-137, larva.
Fischer 1966, 125.
Akagi 1970, 27, larva, Honshu (Kyoto, Okayama), Kyushu (Kagoshima).
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 60, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 168, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 259, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Morse et al. 2001, 106, Honshu (Shiga).
Ito et al. 2004, 11, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nagayasu 2005, 57, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2005, 540, 546, 548, male.
Ito et al. 2007, 151, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ohtaka et al. 2008, 61, Honshu (Aomori).
Ito and Nakatani 2011, 148, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, Honshu (Shimane).
Ito 2013, 69, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka 2015, 18-19, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 130.
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Prymorskii krai).

Oecetis nigropunctata Ulmer 1908

Oecetis nigropunctata Ulmer 1908, 345-346, male, female, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kuwayama 1932, 1509, adult.
Tateishi 1934, 76, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kato 1938, 60.
Tsuda 1941, 104, Honshu (Nagano).
Tsuda 1942b, 297, Hokkaido, Honshu (Nagano, Shiga, Kyoto, Hyogo), Shikoku, Kyushu Tsuda 1942d, 263, Honshu (Kyoto), Shikoku, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tsuda 1943, 166, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 421, adult.
Tsuda and Tatsumi 1951, 30. Honshu (Nagano).
Mori and Matsutani 1953, 30, Honshu (Shiga).
Gyotoku 1957, 11, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1958, 350, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Miwa and Okawa 1958, 18, Honshu (Mie).
Fischer 1966, 126.
Yamanouchi 1974, 5, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tani 1978, 25, Honshu (Niigata).
Kobayashi 1987, 27-28, Honshu (Shimane).
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 46, adult.
Kuhara et al. 1993, 19, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 1993, 8, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi).
Uenishi 1993, 80-81.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 60-61, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1231, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 168, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida et al. 1995, 4, Honshu (Nara).
Morita 1997b, 96, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1997, 152, Honshu (Aichi).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 66, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Kadowaki 1998, 10, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita 1998b, 73, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al, 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Soya).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 259, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nishimoto 2000, 26, Honshu (Aichi).
Uenishi and Ebisawa 2000, 170, Honshu (Shiga).
Morita 2001b, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Morse et al. 2001, 106, Honshu (Shiga).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 177, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 111, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2004, 11, 16, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase et al. 2004, 117, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita et al. 2004, 16, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Nozaki 2004, 1237-1238, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Uenishi et al. 2004, 19, Honshu (Okayama).
Katsuma 2005a, 8-9, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 57, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 225, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 540, 546, 548, male.
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 190, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 2006b, 201, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 2007, 151, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Katsuma 2007b, 18, Honshu (Tochigi).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 99, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2008b, 58, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2008a, 17, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Muramatsu 2008, 12, Hokkaido (Abashiri).
Ohtaka et al. 2008, 61, Honshu (Aomori).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Ito et al. 2010, 77, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Tanaka 2010a, 26, 27, Honshu (Akita) adult.
Katsuma 2010b, 84, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Morita 2010 46, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 2010a, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 207, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2011b, 68, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 173, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Nakatani and Matsumoto 2011, 62, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2011, 4, Honshu (Aichi).
Inazu 2012, 11, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2012, 251, Honshu (Mie).
Tanaka 2012, 10, male, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu 2013a, 58, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013b, 76, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito 2013, 69, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 7, Honshu (Shiga).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 2014, 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015a, 45, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanaka 2015, 19, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2016, 48, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki et al. 2016, 329, Honshu (Niigata).
Tanaka 2016, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 131.
Oecetis pallidipunctata Martynov 1935, 207, 249-253, male, Russia (Amur Region). Synonymized by Kumanski (1991).
Type locality. Honshu (Kanagawa), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu), Russia (Amur Region, Sakhalin), North and South Korea, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Laos.

Oecetis ochracea (Curtis 1825)

Oecetis ochracea (Curtis 1825), plate 57 and text, adult, Britain.
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanida 2016, 131.
Type locality. Britain.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Russia, China, Europe, North America.

Oecetis odanis Kobayashi 1987

Oecetis odanis Kobayashi 1987, 28, male, Honshu (Shimane).
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Tanida 2016, 131.
Type locality. Honshu (Shimane), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Oecetis spatula Chen 2000

Oecetis spatula Chen and Morse 1991, 379, Taiwan. Nomen nudum, mentioned by Morse (2015).
Oecetis spatula Chen 2000 : Yang and Morse 2000, male, 114, Taiwan, China.
Shimura 2010, 50, adult, Ryukyu Island (Yonaguni-jima).
Tanida 2016, 131.
Type locality. Taiwan.
Distribution. Ryukyu Island (Yonaguni-jima), Taiwan, China, Jawa.
Remarks. Malicky (2014) listed 'Oecetis spatula Chen and Morse, 1991' in his review of Taiwanese fauna. However, Morse (2015) treated 'Oecetis spatula Chen and Morse, 1991' is a nomen nudum because the description by Chen and Morse (1991) was listed male characters of the Oecetis lais Group, not the single taxon 'O. spatula' (ICZN, Art. 13.1.1).

Oecetis testacea kumanskii Yang and Morse 2000

Oecetis testacea orientalis Kumanski 1991, 52-53, male, female, North Korea. Renamed by Yang and Morse (2000).
Oecetis testacea kumanskii Yang and Morse, 2000, 135.
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, male, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Type locality. North Korea.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), North Korea.
Remarks. Tanida (2016) listed Honshu as a distribution area of this species, but I could not find any reliable records from this area.

Oecetis tripunctata (Fabricius 1793)

Phryganea tripunctata Fabricius 1793, 81.
Oecetis tripunctata Fischer 1966, 145-146.
Tanida 1999, 399, Honshu (Shiga)
Morse et al. 2001, 106, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanida 2005, 540.
Tanida 2016, 131.
Type locality. Germany.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), North Korea, Russia, China, Taiwan, Bali, Cambodia, Jawa, Laos, Nias, Malaysia, Sumatra, Thailand, Vietnam, Europe.

Oecetis tsudai Fischer 1970

Oecetis orientalis Tsuda 1942b, 299-300, male, Honshu (Shiga). Renamed by Fischer (1970).
Tsuda 1942c, 63, Honshu (Shiga).
Kobayashi 1959, 350, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1985a, 20-21, Kyushu (Tsushima).
Kadowaki 1998, 10, Honshu (Shimane).
Oecetis tsudai Fischer 1970, 242.
Kobayashi 1987, 28, Honshu (Shimane).
Nozaki 1987, 43, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kuhara 1992, 46, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 47, adult.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 60, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kagaya et al. 1993, 75 Honshu (Tokyo).
Kuhara et al. 1993 19, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanida and Takemon 1993, 244, Honshu (Nara).
Uenishi 1993, 80.
Morita 1994b, 120, Honshu (Mie).
Tanida et al. 1995, 4, Honshu (Nara).
Kuranishi and Otaka, 1996, 15, Honshu (Aomori).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1997, 152, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 1997a, 38, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki 1997b, 31, Honshu (Tokyo).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 70, Honshu (Tokyo).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morita 1999a, 16, Honshu (Mie).
Nakano and Tanida 1999, 277, Honshu (Nara).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 40, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 2001a, 222, Honshu (Aichi).
Morse et al. 2001, 106, Honshu (Shiga).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 177, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 2004, 11, 16, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase et al. 2004, 117, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2004, 1238, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 57, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2005, 539, 546, 548, male.
Kameyama et al. 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2007, ap.73. Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 100, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Tanida 2007, 252, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Shinoda 2007, 97, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Morita 2008a, 17, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 2010, 77, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kobayashi 2010, 141, Honshu (Tochigi).
Kawase and Morita 2010, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Katsuma 2011b, 68, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 173, Honshu (Shimane).
Kuhara 2011, 53, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari).
Nakatani and Matsumoto 2011, 62, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka and Ogura, 2011, 24, male, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2012, 251, Honshu (Mie).
Moriya and Kubota 2012, 137, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Hayashi 2013, 13, Oki-no-shima.
Ito 2013, 69, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Nakatani 2016, 243, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanida 2016, 132.
Oecetis testacea sakhalinica Arefina 2005, 21-23, male, female, Russia (south Sakhalin). Synonymized by Nozaki and Tanida (2007).
Type locality. Honshu (Shiga), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu, Oki-no-shima).

Oecetis yukii Tsuda 1942

Oecetis yukii Tsuda 1942b, 297-298, male, Honshu (Shiga).
Tsuda 1942c, 63, Honshu (Shiga).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 421, adult.
Fischer 1966, 147.
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 60, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Morita 1994b, 120, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 1996, 51, Honshu (Mie).
Kadowaki 1998, 10, Honshu (Shimane).
Ito et al. 1999, 19, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morita 1999a, 16, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2001, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 177, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Tanida 2005, 540, 546, 548, male.
Kameyama et al, 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura and Tsujimura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 100, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2008a, 18, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Nakamura and Kita, 2010, 89, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Tanaka 2010a, 26-27, adult, Honshu (Akita) .
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Nakatani and Matsumoto 2011, 62, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka 2012, 10, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 70, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Tanaka 2015, 19, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 132.
Type locality. Honshu (Shiga), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Far East), North and South Korea.

Genus Parasetodes McLachlan

One species belonging to this genus has been recorded from Japan.

Parasetodes respersellus (Rambur 1842)

Setodes respersella Rambur 1842
Parasetodes respersella: Ulmer 1907, 48.
Fischer 1966, 62-63.
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Tanida 2016, 132.
Type locality. France.
Distribution. Japan, Russia (Amur Region), Egypt, Europe.
Remarks. Uenishi (1993) suggested that the record from Japan by Ulmer (1907) was probably based on a misidentification.

Genus Setodes Rambur

Six species and two unnamed species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan. Furthermore, two unnamed species accompanied with an alphabetic code were described for the larvae, which were not associated with adults.

Setodes argentatus Matsumura 1907


Setodes sp.: Matsumura 1899, 274-277, adult, larva. Mentioned by Kuwayama (1928).
Setodes argentatus: Matsumura 1906, 24. Nomen nudum, mentioned by Kuwayama (1928) (argentata).
Setodes argentatus: Matsumura 1907, 194, (argentata).
Matsumura 1910, 146-147, adult, larva (argentata).
Matsumura 1920, 416-418, adult, larva (argentata).
Kuwayama 1928, 5-16, adult, larva (argentata).
Matsumura 1930, 134, larva (argentata).
Kuwayama 1932, 1510, adult. (argentata).
Matsumura 1932, 353-354, adult, larva (argentata).
Tateishi 1932, 109, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (argentata).
Tateishi 1934, 76, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (argentata).
Kuwayama 1934, 266-274, adult, larva, pupa, egg, life history, habitat (argentata).
Tsuda 1941, 104, Honshu (Nagano) (argentata).
Tsuda 1942, 300 (argentata).
Kuwayama et al. 1949, 309 (argentata).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 421, adult (argentata).
Gyotoku 1957, 11, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (argentata).
Fisher 1966, 43.
Tani 1977, 206, adult.
Schmid 1987, 135, male.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 66, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Yodoe et al. 1998, 68-69, Honshu (Shimane).
Matsuda and Nakamura 1999, 108, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2007, 15-16, male, female, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase 2009, 323-324, male, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2010a, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2011a, 37, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2015b, 90-91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanida 2016, 132.
Setodes iris: Matsumura 1927, 121-122. Misidentification mentioned by Kuwayama (1928).
Matsumura, 1931, 1130, adult.
Matsumura, 1933, 2, adult.
Setodes appendiculata Martynov 1933, 146-147, female, Honshu (Nagano). Synonymized by Kumanski (1991).
Tsuda 1942b, 300.
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Oecetis turbata Navas 1933, 20-21. Synonymized by Schmid (1987).
Setodes uenoi Tsuda 1942a, 234-235, male, North Korea. Synonymized by Schmid (1987).
Fischer 1966, 49.
Tani 1978, 24, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Setodes turbatus: Schmid 1950, 384-385 (turbata).
Fischer 1966, 49.
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Gyotoku et al. 1994, 132, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Ito et al. 1998, 5, 11, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanida 2005, 540, 546, 548, male.
Type locality. Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Far East), North Korea, China.

Setodes curviseta Kobayashi 1959

Setodes curviseta Kobayashi 1959, 350-351, male, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Schmid 1987, 135.
Uenishi 1993, 81 (curvisetus).
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (curvisetus).
Tanida 2016, 133.
Type locality. Kyushu (Fukuoka), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Kyushu).
Remarks. This species should be a junior synonym of Setodes minutus (Uenishi 1993).

Setodes hinumaensis Katsuma 2009

Setodes hinumaensis Katsuma 2009, 41-44, male, female, Honshu (Iwate, Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2010a, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2010b, 84, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2012, 10, male, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015a, 45, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2016, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 133.
Setodes sp. aff. ujiensis: Katsuma 2006, 36, male, Honshu (Ibaraki). Mentioned by Katsuma (2009).
Katsuma 2008a, 58, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Type locality. Honshu (Ibaraki), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Setodes minutus Tsuda 1942

Setodes minutus Tsuda 1942b, 301-302, male, Honshu (Kyoto) (minuta).
Tsuda 1942d, 263, Honshu (Kyoto) (minuta).
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 135, 137, larva (minuta).
Fischer 1966, 47.
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 135, 137, larva. (minuta)
Tani 1978, 24, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Schmid 1987, 135.
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi). (minuta)
Uenishi 1993, 81.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kadowaki 1998, 9, Honshu (Shimane) (minuta).
Nishimoto 2000, 26, Honshu (Aichi).
Morita 2001a, 222, Honshu (Aichi).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 178, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 225, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 540, 546, 548, male.
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2006a, 47, Honshu (Mie).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 103, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 100, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Aoyagi and Iwasaki 2009, 107, Honshu (Osaka).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 114, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie).
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Nakamura and Kita 2010, 89, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Tanaka 2012, 10, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 133.
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Kyushu).
Remarks. Katsuma (2006) recorded Setodes minutus from Ibaraki, Central Honshu, but it was a misidentification of an undescribed species (Katsuma 2008a).

Setodes shirasensis Kobayashi 1984

Setodes shirasensis Kobayashi 1984a, 10-12, male, female, Sado-ga-shima.
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Ito et al. 1999, 19, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida 2005, 541, 548, male.
Katsuma 2006, 36, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2006a, 47, Honshu (Mie).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 40, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 100, Honshu (Tottori).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 2010, 77, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 46, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Kobayashi 2010, 141, Honshu (Tochigi).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2012, 252, Honshu (Mie).
Moriya and Kubota 2012, 137, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Tanaka 2012, 10, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 70, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka, 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Kawase and Morita 2014, 7, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanaka 2014, 38, male Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 133.
Type locality. Honshu (Niigata), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Sado-ga-shima).

Setodes ujiensis (Akagi 1960)

Trichosetodes ujiensis Akagi 1960, 88, male, Honshu (Kyoto).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 144, Honshu (Shimane).
Setodes ujiensis: Schmid, 1987, 136.
Kumanski 1991, 53, female, North Korea.
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 226, male, female, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 540, 547, 548, male.
Kimura et al. 2007, 167, Honshu (Nagano).
Katsuma 2009, 44-46, male, female, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2016, 133.
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), North Korea.

Setodes sp. SA

Setodes sp. SA: Akagi 1957, 24, larva, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tanida 2016, 133.

Setodes sp. SB

Setodes sp. SB: Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 135, 137, larva.
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 125, 137, larva.
Tanida 2016, 133.

Setodes sp.

Setodes sp.: Morita 1997a, 42, male, Honshu (Mie).

Setodes sp.

Setodes sp.: Tanaka 2012, 10, male Honshu (Akita).

Genus Triaenodes McLachlan

Four species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan. Furthermore, one unnamed species accompanied with an alphabetic code were described for the larvae, which were not associated with adults. Tanida (1997, 2003) recorded one unidentified species from Yaeyama Islands.

Triaenodes niwai Iwata 1927

Triaenodes niwai Iwata 1927, 243, 244-245, larva, Honshu (Gifu).
Fischer 1965, 100.
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Narita et al. 2001, 21.
Tanida 2016, 133.
Type locality. Honshu (Gifu), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).
Remarks. This species was described only based on a larva.

Triaenodes pellectus Ulmer 1908

Triaenodes pellectus Ulmer 1908, 344, female (treated as male), Honshu, (Kita-yoshino-mura, Okayama) (pellecta).
Tsuda 1942b, 295, Honshu (Kyoto, Hyogo) (pellecta).
Fischer 1965, 101.
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1993, 1231, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Uenishi, 1993, 82.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 62, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Morita 1994b, 120, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 1997a, 41-42, Honshu (Mie).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 40, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 2001b, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 227, Honshu (Shimane).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 111, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 58, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2005, 541, male.
Katsuma 2006, 36, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara 2007, ap.74, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita 2008a, 18, Honshu (Mie).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Tanaka 2012, 11, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 70, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima).
Tanaka 2015, 19, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2016, 48, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2016, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 133.
Triaenodella gracillima Mattynov 1935, 243-247, male, Russia (Amur Region). Synonymized by Uenishi (1993).
Tsuda 1942b, 303-304, Honshu (Hyogo).
Triaenodes yamamotoi: Tanaka 2009, 48, male, Honshu (Akita). Misidentification mentioned by Tanaka (2011).
Tanaka 2010a, 26, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2010b, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Type locality. Japan (Okayama).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Amur Region), China, Borneo, Laos, Malaysia, Sumatra, Thailand, Vietnam.

Triaenodes qinglingensis Yang and Morse 2000

Triaenodes qinglingensis Yang and Morse 2000, 102-103, male, female, China.
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 178, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 227, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 541.
Kameyama et al. 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 100, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Inazu 2013a, 58, Honshu (Hyogo).
Tanida 2016, 133.
Type locality. China (Shaan-xi Province).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), China, Laos, Thailand.

Triaenodes unanimis McLachlan 1877

Triaenodes unanimis McLachlan 1877, 324-325, Finland and Oesel Island.
Fischer 1965, 105.
Tanida and Takemon 1993, 244, Honshu (Nara).
Katsuma 2005b, 15, Honshu (Gumma).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 58, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 227, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2006, 36, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Ito et al. 2007, 151, 153, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki and Tanida 2007, 253, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 55, Hokkaido.
Kawase and Morita 2010, 47, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 173, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Nakatani and Matsumoto 2011, 62, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Inazu 2012, 11, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2012, 67, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2012, 251, Honshu (Mie).
Tanaka 2012, 11 male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 70, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 13, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 67, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanaka 2014, 38, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanaka 2015, 19, Honshu (Akita).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 17, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Katsuma 2016, 48, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Tanida 2016, 134.
Triaenodes yamamotoi Tsuda 1942b, 296-297, male, Honshu (Shiga, Kyoto). Synonymized by Kumanski (1991).
Tsuda 1942c, 63, Honshu (Shiga).
Tsuda 1943, 166, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 420, adult.
Mori and Matsutani 1953, 30, Honshu (Shiga).
Gyotoku 1957, 11, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1959, 349-350, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Fischer 1965, 106.
Tanida 1982, 18, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kobayashi 1987, 27, Honshu (Shimane).
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 62, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kadowaki 1998, 10, Honshu (Shimane).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, Hokkaido (Soya).
Morita 2001a, 222, Honshu (Aichi).
Morse et al. 2001, 106, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanida 2005, 541, 547, 549, male.
Type locality. Finland and Oesel Island.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Amur Region), Korea, China, Europe.

Triaenodes sp. TA

Triaenodes sp. TA: Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 135, larva, Honshu .
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 135, larva, Honshu.
Tanida 2016, 134.

Genus Trichosetodes Ulmer

One species belonging to this genus has been recorded from Japan.

Trichosetodes japonicus Tsuda 1942

Trichosetodes japonicus Tsuda 1942b, 302-303, male, Honshu (Kyoto) (japonica).
Tsuda 1942c, 263, Honshu (Kyoto) (japonica).
Akagi 1957, 27, larva, Honshu (Kyoto, Nara) (japonica).
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 135, 137, larva (japonica).
Kobayashi 1959, 351, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (japonica).
Kobayashi 1987, 28, Honshu (Shimane) (japonica).
Schmid 1987, 137.
Nishimoto and Nishimoto, 1993, 88, Honshu (Aichi).
Uenishi 1993, 82.
Uenishi et al. 1993, 61-62, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tanida et al. 1995, 4, Honshu (Nara).
Morita 1996, 50, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1997, 152, Honshu (Aichi).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 66, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Kadowaki 1998, 10, Honshu (Shimane) (japonica).
Morita 1998, 73, Honshu (Mie).
Nakano and Tanida 1999, 277, Honshu (Nara).
Uenishi and Ebisawa 2000, 171, Honshu (Shiga).
Morita 2001b, 340, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 78, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 178, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Uenishi et al. 2004, 19, Honshu (Okayama).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 227, Honshu (Shimane).
Tanida 2005, 541, 547, 549, male.
Kameyama et al. 2006, 95, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2006, 37, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2006b, 201, Honshu (Mie).
Nakamura 2007, 78, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 100, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Inazu 2008, 84, Honshu (Hyogo).
Katsuma 2008b, 58, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita 2008a, 18, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2008b, 7, Honshu (Mie).
Kameyama 2009, 114, Honshu (Shimane).
Katsuma 2010b, 84, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 47, Honshu (Mie, Shiga).
Mano 2010, 21, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Nakamura and Kita 2010, 89, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2011c, 69, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011a, 173, Honshu (Shimane).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011b, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita 2011, 218, Honshu (Mie).
Morita and Katsuma 2011, 99, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki 2011, 4, Honshu (Aichi).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 2014, 67, Honshu (Aichi).
Katsuma 2015a, 45, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2015b, 91, Honshu (Fukushima, Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2016, 48, Honshu (Miyagi, Ibaraki).
Tanida 2016, 134.
Trichosetodes polonorum Botosaneanu 1970, 310-311, male, North Korea. Synonymized by Uenishi (1993).
Type locality. Honshu (Kyoto), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Kyushu), Russia (Far East), North Korea.

Subfamily Triplectidinae Ulmer

One genus, Triplectides has been recorded from Japan.

Genus Triplectides Kolenati

One species belonging to this genus has been recorded from Japan.

Triplectides misakianus (Matsumura 1931)

Tobikera misakiana
Matsumura 1931, adult, 1129, Honshu.
Tateishi 1934, 76, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Gyotoku 1957, 11, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Fischer 1965, 70-71.
Triplectides magna Walker 1842: Tsuda, 1942b, 287-288, Honshu (Kyoto, Tottori). Misidentification mentioned by Uenishi (1993).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 419, adult.
Notanatolica magna (Walker): Tsuda, 1959, 144, larva, case.
Triplectides misakianus: Uenishi 1993, 79 (misakiana).
Morita 1994a, 97, Honshu (Mie) (misakiana).
Uenishi et al. 1994, 132, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (misakiana).
Morita 1997b, 96, male, Honshu (Mie) (misakiana).
Kuranishi 1999, 43-44, adult, Honshu (Chiba) (misakiana).
Morita 2000b, 83, Honshu (Mie) (misakiana).
Morse et al. 2001, 106, Honshu (Shiga) (misakiana).
Tanida 2005, 543, 546, 550, male (misakiana).
Morita 2006b, 198, 201, Honshu (Mie) (misakiana).
Ohtaka et al. 2008, 61, Honshu (Aomori) (misakiana).
Morita 2011, 218, Honshu (Mie) (misakiana).
Katsuma and Kuranishi 2016, 235-238, male, female, larva, pupa, case, Honshu (Aomori, Chiba, Kanagawa, Mie, Shimane).
Tanida 2016, 134.
Triplectides sp.: Uenishi et al. 1993, 59. Mentioned by Gyotoku et al. (1994).
Ueda and Miyazaki 2010, 13-14, larva, Honshu (Hyogo). Mentioned by Katsuma and Kuranishi (2016).
Ganonema nigripenne Kawano et al. 2006, Honshu (Shimane). Misidentification mentioned by Katsuma and Kuranishi (2016).
Type locality. Honshu (Kanagawa), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Kyushu).

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