A catalogue of Japanese Trichoptera
Family Limnephilidae Kolenati


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

Three subfamily, Dicosmoecinae, Limnephilinae and Pseudostenophilacinae, are known from Japanese islands. Metanoea iijimae Iwata 1928 and Stenophylax kitagamii Iwata 1927 were transferred to the genus Apatania Kolenati, Apataniidae, by Nozaki et al. (2000), and Anabolia kawamurai Iwata 1927 was synonymized with Georgium japonicum (Ulmer), Calamoceratidae, by Tsuda (1954, 1958).

Subfamily Dicosmoecinae Schmid

Four genera have been recorded from Japan.

Genus Dicosmoecus McLachlan

Only one named species is recognized from Japan.

Dicosmoecus jozankeanus (Matsumura 1931)

Stenophylax jozankeanus Matsumura 1931, 1126, male, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Dicosmoecus jozankeanus: Schmid 1955, 36, combination.
Fischer 1967, 66.
Fischer 1973, 13.
Kobayashi 1973, 3, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanabe 1980, 64, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Wiggins and Richardson 1982, 191-194, 210, male, female, larva, habitat, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Ishikari).
Tanida 1985, 194, 197, larva, case.
Ito and Nagayasu 1991, 165-168, male, female, variation, Hokkaido (Kamikawa, Ishikari).
Tanida et al. 1991, 112, adult, pupa, larva.
Kuhara et al. 1993, 18-19, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nagayasu and Ito 1993, 124-126, male, distribution, Russia (Primorye).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, 23, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 166, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 40, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuhara 1997a, 61, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nagayasu and Ito 1997, 365-372, case, habitat, life history, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, 18-20, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 13-16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 1999, 24-27, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40, 43, 44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000b, 32-33, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 200.
Kuhara and Sato 2001, 65, Rishiri.
Nozaki 2005a, 521, 527, male, larva, case.
Kinota 2006, 226, 400, adult.
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Muramatsu 2008, 8, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama, Oshima).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 9, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 74, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari, Iburi).
Ito 2013, 62, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Nakatani 2016, 241, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 80, 372, 374, 438, 451, adult, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida 2016, 111.
Kogurea ezoensis Kobayashi 1962, 115-118, male, Hokkaido (Kamikawa). Synonymized by Wiggins and Richardson (1982) and Ito and Nagayasu (1991).
Kobayashi 1964, 88, Hokkaido (Kamikawa).
Yamanouchi 1977, 1-4, larva, pupa, case, habitat, 1-4, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Nothopsyche ruficollis (Ulmer): Yamanouchi 1976, 4, Hokkaido (Tokachi). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (2002).
Dicosmoecus ezoensis: Kobayashi 1983, 57-58, pl. 9, male, female, Hokkaido (Tokachi), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1984, 19, 30, male, female, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama).
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Fukuoka?, Rishiri), Russia (Primorye, Sakhalin, South Kuriles).
Remarks. A record from Kyushu by Kobayashi (1983) is doubtful (Nozaki et al. 2000).

Genus Ecclisocosmoecus Schmid

Only one species has been recorded from Japan.

Ecclisocosmoecus spinosus Schmid 1964

Ecclisocosmoecus spinosus Schmid 1964, 830, 833, male, Sakhalin.
Kuhara 1997b, 95, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nozaki et al. 1997, 212-215, male, female, larva, pupa, case, habitat, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi, Sorachi, Ishikari, Hidaka, Shiribeshi), Rishiri.
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 13, 14, 17, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, 26, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nagayasu and Ito 1999, 269-272, life history, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2000b, 33, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 253, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 200.
Kuhara and Sato 2001, 65, adult, Rishiri.
Nozaki 2005a, 521, 527, male, larva, case.
Kuhara et al. 2006, 45-47, 49, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2007, app. 72, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Muramatsu 2008, 8, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 58, 63, 74, Hokkaido (Hidaka).
Ito 2013, 62, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Nozaki 2016, 373, 374, 486, 7th abdominal segment.
Tanida 2016, 111.
Pseudostenophylax? sp.: Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1229, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Reidentified by Kuhara and Kuranishi (1997).
Type locality. Russia (Sakhalin).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Sakhalin, South Kuriles).

Genus Ecclisomyia Banks

Only one species has been recorded from Japan.

Ecclisomyia kamtshatica (Martynov 1913)

Praecosmoecus kamtshaticus Martynov 1913, 478-479, wing of female, Russia (Kamchatka).
Uéno 1933, 192-193, pupa, pupal case, Russia (north Kuriles).
Praecosmoecus kamtschaticus (misspelled as camtschaticus): Martynov 1925, 15-17, female, Russia (Kamchatka).
Praecosmoecus malaisei Ulmer 1927, 7-9, male, Russia (Kamchatka). Synonymized by Martynov (1929).
Ecclisomyia kamtshatica: Schmid 1949, 591, combination.
Schmid 1955, 59.
Fischer 1967, 77.
Fischer 1973, 21.
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 13, 14, 17, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk).
Itou and Muramatsu 1998, 40, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuranishi et al. 1998, 47-49, larva, pupa, case, habitat, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi, Kamikawa, Ishikari, Shiribeshi).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, 26, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 2000b, 33, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 200.
Nozaki 2005a, 521, 527, male, larva, case.
Muramatsu 2008, 8, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 58, 63, 74, Hokkaido (Hidaka).
Ito 2013, 63, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Nozaki 2016, 80, 303, 372, 438, 451, adult, Hokkaido (Kamikawa).
Nozaki 2016, 80, 372, 374, 438, 451, adult, Hokkaido (Kamikawa).
Tanida 2016, 111.
Ecclisomyia sp.: Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Reidentified by Kuranishi et al. (1998).
Type locality. Russia (Kamchatka).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Kamchatka, Sakhalin, South Kuriles), Korea.

Genus Nothopsyche Banks

Seven species belonging to this genus were recognized in Japan (Nozaki 2002a). The larva described as Nothopsyche sp. NA by Tanida (1985) corresponds with both larvae of N. pallipes and N. ulmeri (Nozaki 1994, 2002a).

Nothopsyche longicornis Nakahara 1914

Nothopsyche longicornis Nakahara 1914, 354-355, 357, male, Honshu (Shiga).
Nakahara 1915, 95-96, male, Honshu (Shiga).
Schmid 1955, 68.
Fischer 1967, 88.
Fischer 1973, 23.
Nozaki 2002a, 116-118, male, female, larva, pupa, case, Honshu (Akita, Yamagata, Ibaraki, Niigata, Fukui), Sado.
Kawase et al. 2004, 114, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2005a, 527, male.
Shinoda 2007, 97, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Hayashi et al. 2008, 255-260, male genitalia, case, molecular phylogeny.
Nozaki 2008, 6, case, molecular phylogeny.
Nishida and Inazu 2010, 15-17, male, habitat, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 202, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Tanaka 2015a, 52, 56, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanida 2016, 111.
Nothopsyche babai Kobayashi 1968, 5-6, pl. 2, male, Honshu (Niigata), Sado. Synonymized by Nozaki (2002a).
Kobayashi 1973, 37, Honshu (Yamagata).
Kobayashi, 1983, 60-61, pl. 11, male, female, Honshu (Yamagata, Niigata), Sado.
Kobayashi 1984b, 7, Sado.
Nozaki 1989, 100, 103, 106, life cycle, habitat.
Nozaki et al. 2000, 200.
Aoya and Nozaki 2001, 23-37, life history, food, habitat, Honshu (Akita).
Type locality. Honshu (Shiga), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Sado).

Nothopsyche montivaga Nozaki 1999

Nothopsyche sp.: Ohtsuka and Tanida 1986, 6, Kyushu (Kumamoto). Reidentified by Nozaki (1999).
Nothopsyche sp. 2 (ruficollis group?): Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 135, Kyushu (Fukuoka). Reidentified by Nozaki (1999).
Nothopsyche montivaga Nozaki 1999a, 300-308, male, female, larva, pupa, case, habitat, life history, Honshu (Shimane), Shikoku (Ehime), Kyushu (Fukuoka, Kumamoto).
Nozaki 2002a, 121-123, male, female, larva, pupa, case, habitat.
Nozaki et al. 2000, 200.
Nozaki 2005b, adult, larva.
Mori et al. 2006, habita, Honshu (Okayama).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 97, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Hayashi et al. 2008, 255-260, male, case, molecular philogeny.
Nozaki 2008, 5-6, male, female, case, habitat, molecular philogeny.
Tanida 2016, 111.
Type locality. Kyushu (Fukuoka), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu).

Nothopsyche pallipes Banks 1906

Nothopsyche pallipes Banks 1906, 107-108, 113, male, Honshu (Gifu).
Nakahara 1914, 355-356, Honshu (Gumma).
Matsumura 1931, 1125, male.
Kuwayama 1932, 1507, female.
Matsumura 1933, 1, pl. 1, male.
Tateishi 1934, 75, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Hirayama 1937, 171, pl. 75, adult, Honshu (Tokyo).
Esaki et al. 1938, 138, pl. 62, adult.
Tsuda 1939, 148, Honshu (Tochigi).
Tsuda 1942a, 321, Honshu (Tochigi, Saitama, Nagano, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo).
Tsuda and Yuki 1943, 49, Honshu (Tochigi, Saitama, Nagano, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 427, adult.
Takeuchi 1955, 76, pl. 28, adult, Honshu (Kyoto).
Schmid 1952a, 154, male (figs. 173-176 as N. ulmeri: see remarks.).
Schmid 1955, 66, 68, female.
Gyotoku 1957, 12, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kobayashi 1959, 351, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Fischer 1969, 88-89.
Fischer 1973, 24.
Kobayashi 1973 (part), 37, Honshu (Yamagata). Mentioned by Kobayashi (1983).
Yamanouchi 1976, 4, 6, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tani 1977, 201, pl. 44, adult, Honshu (Nara).
Tani 1978, 12-13, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Tanida and Takemon 1981, 206, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tanida et al. 1991, 118, adult, pupa, larva.
Morita 1993, 6, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki 1994, 434-438, 441, male, female, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi, Rumoi, Ishikari, Iburi, Hiyama), Honshu (Iwate, Miyagi, Akita, Yamagata, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Niigata, Nagano, Gifu, Shizuoka, Aichi, Mie, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Shimane, Okayama, Yamaguchi), Shikoku (Ehime), Kyushu (Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Oita, Miyazaki).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 40, Hokkaido (Muramatsu).
Tanida et al. 1995, 3, Honshu (Nara).
Saito et al. 1996, 21, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, 18-19.
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 63, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-12, 15-16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Kadowaki 1998, 8, Okino-shima (Dougo).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 59, 191, Honshu (Tokyo).
Sekimoto et al. 1998, 361, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1999, 24-26, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40, 44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 34-35, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 255, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al., 2000, 200.
Morita 2001b, 175, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 101, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki 2002a, 106-110, male, female, pupa, larva, case, habitat, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro, Ishikari, Shiribeshi), Honshu (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Nagano, Gifu, Shiga), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 175, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 110, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2004, 15-16, Hokkaido (Honshu).
Nozaki 2005a, 521, 527, male, larva, case.
Nozaki 2005b, 111, adult, larva.
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 54, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Hayashi et al. 2008, 255-260, male genitalia, case, molecular phylogeny.
Muramatsu 2008, 8, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nozaki 2008, 6, case, molecular phylogeny.
Tanida 2008, 252, pl.93, adult, Shikoku (Ehime).
Tanaka 2009a, 46-47, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Hiyama).
Mano 2010, 21-23, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2010b, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 202, male, larva, case, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 9, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 74, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 2012, 251, Honshu (Mie).
Enju et al. 2013, 86, adult.
Inazu 2013c, 75, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito 2013, 66, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase and Minami 2013, 12, Honshu (Shiga).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Kawabe 2014, 115, adult, Honshu (Tokyo).
Tanaka 2015a, 52, 56, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 80, 298, 371, 375-376, 438, 451, male, female, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 112.
Platyphylax yokouchii Iwata 1928, 119-120, 129, larva, case, Honshu (Tochigi, Nagano, Kyoto). Synonymized by Tanida (1982a) and Nozaki (2002a).
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 138-139, larva, case.
Platyphylax fulvipes Martynov 1930, 104-105, male, Hokkaido (Hakodate), Honshu (Tokyo). Synonymized by Schmid (1955) and Nozaki (1994).
Nothopsyche ulmeri Schmid: Kobayashi 1968, 5, Honshu (Niigata).
Kobayashi 1987, 22, Honshu (Shimane).
Nozaki 1987, 42, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 1989, 100-107, case, life cycle, habitat, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kobayashi 1983, 61-62, pl. 13, male, female, Honshu (Yamagata, Niigata, Shimane).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 134, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nishino and Nozaki 1992, 39, adult, larva, case, Honshu (Shiga).
Itou 1993, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 167, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Type locality. Honshu (Gifu), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okino-shima).
Remarks. The description of the genitalia as this species by Schmid (1952) was erroneously reversed with that of N. ulmeri (Nozaki 1994). Records as N. ulmeri appeared before the publication by Nozaki (1994) must be misidentifications of N. pallipes (Nozaki 1994).

Nothopsyche ruficollis (Ulmer 1905)

Chilostigma ruficolle Ulmer 1905, 14-15, pl. 1, male, Japan.
Nothopsyche ruficollis: Banks 1906, 107, 111 (ruficolle).
Ulmer 1907a, 29, male.
Nakahara 1914, 353-354, 357, male, Honshu (Gumma, Tokyo, Gifu), Shikoku (Ehime), Kyushu (Fukuoka) (ruficolle).
Navás 1920, 163, Honshu (Kyoto).
Matsumura 1931, 1125, male (ruficolle).
Kuwayama 1932, 1507, male (ruficolle).
Tateishi 1934, 75, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (ruficolle).
Esaki et al. 1938, 137, pl. 62, adult (ruficolle).
Tsuda 1942a, 321-322, Honshu (Saitama, Shiga, Kyoto, Hyogo).
Tsuda 1942b, 263-264, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tsuda and Yuki 1943, 49-50, flight period, Honshu (Saitama, Shiga, Kyoto, Hyogo), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kuwayama 1949, 308, adult (ruficolle).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 427, adult.
Schmid 1952a, 143-145, male, female, Honshu (Kyoto).
Schmid 1955, 65-67, male, female.
Miwa and Okawa 1958, 19, Honshu (Mie).
Gyotoku 1957, 12, Kyushu (Fukuoka).Ulmer 1907b, 70, male (ruficolle).
Kobayashi 1959, 351, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Fischer 1967, 89-90.
Fischer 1973, 24.
Tsuda and Akagi 1974, 138, larva.
Takenaka 1975, 31-32, larva, pupa, case, larval aestivation on land.
Tani 1977, 201, pl. 44, adult, Honshu (Nara).
Tanida and Takemon 1981, 206, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tanida 1982b, 18-19, 28, Honshu (Ishikari).
Kobayashi 1983, 59, male.
Tanida, 1985, 201-202, larva, case.
Togashi and Tanida 1985, 69, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Nozaki 1987, 42, pl. 7, adult, larva, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki and Kobayashi 1987, 287-293, habitat, life history.
Nozaki 1989, 99-108, adult, larva, life cycle, habitat, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 40, adult, larva, case, Honshu (Shiga).
Nozaki and Shimada 1996, 91-95, development, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Nozaki and Shimada 1997, 379-386, adult feeding, reproduction, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kadowaki 1998, 8, Okino-shima (Dougo).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 59, 193, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Morita 1998b, 73, Honshu (Mie).
Maruyama and Takai 2000, 95, 104-105, case, Honshu (Nara).
Nozaki et al., 2000, 200-201.
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 2002, 113-116, male, female, pupa, larva, case, habitat, Honshu (Yamagata, Tochigi, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Ishikawa, Yamanashi, Nagano, Aichi, Shiga, Kyoto, Hyogo, Nara, Tottori, Okayama, Shimane, Yamaguchi), Shikoku (Kagawa, Ehime), Kyushu (Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Kagoshima), Awaji-shima, Okino-shima.
Aoyagi et al. 2004, 25, Honshu (Kyoto).
Kawase et al. 2004, 114, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2005a, 521, 527, male, larva, case.
Nozaki 2005b, 111, adult, larva.
Kimura et al. 2006, Honshu (Nagano).
Torii and Hattori 2006, 39, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 97, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2008, 723, 725, adult, Honshu (Mie).
Hayashi et al. 2008, 255-260, male genitalia, case, molecular phylogeny.
Nozaki 2008, 6, case, molecular phylogeny.
Tanida 2008, 252, pl. 93, adult, pl. 93, Shikoku (Ehime).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 45, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanaka 2010b, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 202, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Hayashi 2011, 192, Honshu (Shimane).
Tsukiji 2011, 142, adult.
Inazu 2012, 10, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Hayashi 2012, 257, Honshu (Shimane).
Enju et al. 2013, 85, adult.
Inazu 2013a, 46, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013b, 57, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013c, 75, Honshu (Hyogo).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki 2016, 81, 376, 439, 451, adult, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 112.
Uchifune 2016, 200-201, larva, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Yamamoto and Ito 2016, 41, 44, Shikoku (Ehime).
Allophylax dubius Stephens: Iwata 1927a, 247-248, Pl. 9, larva, case. Misidentification mentioned by Takenaka (1975).
Iwata 1927b, 212, pl. 5, larva. Misidentification mentioned by Takenaka (1975).
Allophylax sp.: Tsuda 1951, larva, case.
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 138, larva. Misidentification mentioned by Tsuda and Akagi (1974).
Nothopsyche sp.: Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 17, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 135, pl. 15, adult, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Type locality. Japan (precise locality unknown).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Awaji-shima, Okino-shima).
Remarks. A record by Yamanouchi (1976) from Hokkaido was a misidentification of Dicosmoecus jozankeanus (Nozaki 2002). Nozaki (1989) suggested that an undescribed species exists in Kyushu, which is similar to N. ruficollis, but Nozaki (2002) treated it a variation of this species.

Nothopsyche speciosa Kobayashi 1959

Nothopsyche speciosa Kobayashi 1959, 351-353, male, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Fischer 1973, 24.
Kobayashi 1983, 62-63, 78, male, female, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 12, 17, flight period, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 134, pl. 15, adult, Kyushu (Fukuoka)
Nozaki et al. 2000, 201.
Nozaki 2002, 111-113, male, female, pupa, larva, case, habitat, Honshu (Yamaguchi), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nozaki 2005a, 521, 527, adult, larva, case.
Hayashi et al. 2008, 255-260, male genitalia, case, molecular phylogeny.
Nozaki 2008, 6, case, molecular phylogeny.
Nozaki 2016, 375, 439, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 112.
Type locality. Kyusyu (Fukuoka), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (western Honshu, northern Kyushu), North Korea.

Nothopsyche ulmeri Schmid 1952

Nothopsyche ulmeri Schmid 1952a, 152-154, male (figs. 177-180 as N. pallipes: see remarks), Japan.
Schmid 1955, 68.
Fischer 1967, 90.
Fischer 1973, 24.
Nozaki 1994, 439-442, male, female, Hokkaido (Oshima), Honshu (Aomori, Akita, Miyagi, Yamagata, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Niigata, Yamanashi).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 59, 192, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996, 15, Honshu (Aomori).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 201.
Shimomura and Oku 2001, 26, Honshu (Iwate).
Kuranishi 2002, 570, Honshu (Chiba).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 101, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki 2002, 110-111, male, female, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi), Honshu (Akita, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Tokyo).
Kawase et al. 2004, 114, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2005a, 527, male.
Hayashi et al. 2008, 255-260, male genitalia, case, moleculra phylogeny.
Kimura et al. 2008, 264, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki 2008, 6, case, molecular phylogeny.
Tanaka 2009a, 47, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito et al. 2010, 64, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2012, 66, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 2014, 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Tanaka 2015a, 52-53, 56, male (Akita).
Nozaki 2016, 375, 439, male, female.
Nozaki et al. 2016, 329, Honshu (Niigata).
Tanida 2016, 112.
Nothopsyche pallipes Banks: Ulmer 1907a, 29-30, male. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (1994).
Kobayashi 1973 (part), 37, Honshu (Yamagata). Mentioned by Kobayashi (1983).
Kobayashi 1983, 61-62, male, female, Honshu (Akita, Yamagata, Niigata). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (1994).
Nozaki 1989, 100, 103-106, habitat. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (1994).
Moriya 1994, 80, Honshu (Kanagawa). Mentioned by Nozaki (2004).
Type locality. Japan (precise locality unknown).
Distribution. Hokkaido (south), Honshu (central to north).
Remarks. Schmid (1952) described this species based on the male specimen, which was recorded as N. pallipes by Ulmer (1907a), however, he mistakenly placed the description of its genitalic characters under N. pallipes in the same paper.

Nothopsyche yamagataensis Kobayashi 1973

Nothopsyche yamagataensis Kobayashi 1973, 37-38, pl. 9, male, Honshu (Yamagata).
Tani 1978, 12-13, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Kobayashi 1983, 59-60, pl. 10, male, Honshu (Yamagata).
Kagaya 1988, 298-301, case, life cycle.
Nozaki 1988, 42, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Morita 1989, 40, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki 1989, 100, 104-107, life cycle, habitat, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kugo and Nozaki 1991, 8, Honshu (Hyogo).
Gyotoku and Nozaki 1992, 135, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Morita 1990, 9, male, larva, case.
Morita 1993, 6, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki 1993, 189-194, case, habitat, life history.
Tanida et al.1995, 3, Honshu (Nara).
Nozaki 1997, 36, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 59-60, 194, Honshu (Tokyo, Yamanashi).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1998, 151, Honshu (Aichi).
Maruyama and Takai 2000, 95, 105, larva, case, Honshu (Nara).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 201.
Nozaki 2002, 118-121, male, female, pupa, larva, case, habitat, Honshu (Iwate, Akita, Yamagata, Fukushima, Tochigi, Saitama, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Niigata, Ishikawa, Yamanashi, Nagano, Gifu, Aichi, Mie, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Shimane, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi), Shikoku (Ehime, Kochi), Kyushu (Fukuoka, Oita).
Yoshitaka 2004, 29, Honshu (Okayama).
Katsuma 2005b, 14, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2005a, 521, 527, adult, larva.
Nozaki 2005b, 111, adult, larva.
Torii and Hattori 2006, 39, Honshu (Shizuoka).
Hayashi et al. 2008, 255-260, male genitalia, case, molecular phylogeny.
Inazu 2008, 82, 94, 103, Honshu (Hyogo).
Morita and Kawase 2008, 56, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Morita 2009b, 141, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki 2008, 6, case, molecular phylogeny.
Kawase and Hayashi 2010, 86, larval behavior, Honshu (Shimane).
Inazu and Nishida 2010, 202, female, larva, case, Honshu (Hyogo).
Moriya and Kubota 2012, 135, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Enju et al. 2013, 90, larva, case.
Tanaka 2015a, 53, 56, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Yamamoto and Ito 2015, 33, Shikoku (Ehime).
Katsuma 2016, 49, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2016, 81, 109, 439, 451, adult, Honshu (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 112.
Nothopsyche sp. NB: Tanida 1985, 201-202, larva. Associated with the adult stage by Nozaki (1993).
Type locality. Honshu (Yamagata), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honsyu, Shikoku, Kyushu).

Nothopsyche sp. NA

Nothopsyche sp. NA: Tanida 1985, 201-202, larva, case.
Lenarchus sp. LA: Tanida 1985, 196-197, larva, case. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Ito (1998).
Remarks. The larvae of both N. Pallipes and N. ulmeri correspond with this larva, and are indistinguishable from each other.

Subfamily Limnephilinae Kolenati

Ten genera belonging to this subfamily have been recorded from Japan.

Genus Asynarchus McLachlan

Two species, A. amurensis Ulmer 1905 and A. sachalinensis Martynov 1914 belonging to this genus had been recorded from Japan. Although A. sachalinensis may be a subspecies level taxaon of A. amurensis, Schmid (1954) recognized it as distinct species.

Asynarchus sachalinensis Martynov 1914

Asynarchus sachalinensis Martynov 1914, 209, 210, 216, 217-220, male female, Sakhalin.
Schmid 1954, 92-96, male, female.
Schmid 1955, 154.
Fischer 1969, 53.
Tanida 1982a 360, Honshu (Gumma).
Tanida 1982b, 18, 28, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kuhara 1992, 46, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Itou 1993, 130, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 1993, 18, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, 23, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 166, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 74, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 40, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 1997, 24, 26, 28, 30, 31, Hokkaido (Hiyama).
Kuhara 1997a, 61, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-13, 15-16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 1999, 24-27, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40, 42, 44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 32, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 201.
Kuhara et al. 2000, 253, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuhara 2001, 18, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Shimomura and Oku 2001, 26, Honshu (Iwate).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 2002, 14, Honshu (Aomori).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 108-109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2004, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 55, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki 2005a, 523, 528, male, larva, case.
Nozaki 2005b, 111, adult, larva.
Nakatani et al. 2006, 36, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2007, 149, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 54, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito 2008, 49-62, case, life history, food.
Muramastu 2008, 8, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 54, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2008, 253, pl. 94, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Oku 2009, 29-30, male, female, Honshu (Iwate).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama, Oshima).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, 27, adult, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2010b, 17-18, adult, Honshu (Akita).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 9, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito and Nakatani 2011, 52, 147, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 58, 63, 74, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari, Hidaka, Iburi).
Tanaka and Okura 2011, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2012, 66, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Ito 2013, 61-62, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Kimura and Hirabayashi 2013, 185, Honshu (Nagano).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 2014, 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanaka 2015a, 53, 56, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 17, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakatani 2016, 241, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tnaida 2016, 113.
Limnephilus tateyamanus Tsuda 1942a, 315-316, male, Honshu (Toyama) (Limnophilus). Synonymized by Schmid (1954).
Asynarchus amurensis: Ulmer 1907a, 19-20, female, Japan (Limnophilus).
Nakahara 1914, 350-351, 357, forewing, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (Limnophilus).
Navás 1920, 163, Hokkaido (Sapporo) (Limnophilus).
Matsumura 1931, 1124, male (Limnophilus).
Kuwayama 1932, 1506, male (Limnophilus).
Matsumura 1933, 3, pl. 1, female (Limnophilus).
Tsuda 1939, 148, Honshu (Tochigi).
Kobayashi 1964, 87-88, Hokkaido (Okhotsk) (Limnophilus).
Kadowaki 1998, 8, Okino-shima (Dougo).
Yamanouchi 1976, 5-6, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tani 1978, 16-17, female(!), Honshu (Niigata).
Kobayashi 1984a, 20, 35, male, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama).
Tanida 1985, 199-200, larva, case.
Hatta and Nozaki 1991, 204, Honshu (Gifu).
Tanida et al. 1991, 120, adult, pupa, larva.
Nakamura et al. 1996, 294, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 201.
Shimomura and Oku 2001, 26, Honshu (Iwate): Misidentification mentioned by Oku (2009).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 100, Honshu (Aomori).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida 2016, 113.
Moropsyche parvula: Iijima and Tsuchiya 2016, 33, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Misidentification mentioned by Ito and Kuhara (2016).
Type locality. Russia (Sakhalin).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu), Russia (Sakhalin).
Remarks. Martynov (1914) suggested that the female illustrated as L. amurensis by Ulmer (1907a) might belong to A. sachalinensis. Schmid (1954, 1955) pointed out that this species was distributed in Sakhalin and Japan, whereas A. amurensis was a continental species. However, Kuhara and Kuranishi (1997) suggested that it was necessary to confirm the species validity of this species and A. amurensis, since there were remarkable variations in the male genitalia of A. amurensis. Nozaki (2005a, 2016) recognized that Japanese specimens belong to this species.

Genus Brachypsyche Schmid

Only one species is known from Japan.

Brachypsyche sibirica (Martynov 1924)

Glyphopsyche sp. (irrorata Fbr.?): Martynov 1914, 263-267, female, Russia (Ural, Nelkan).
Glyphopsyche irrorata var. sibirica: Martynov 1924a, 68.
Glyphopsyche irrorata sibirica Martynov 1924b, 342-343, pls. 27-29, male, female, Russia (Siberia).
Martynov 1935, 331-335, male.
Brachypsyche sibirica: Schmid 1952a, 111-114, male, female, combination.
Schmid 1955, 221.
Fischer 1969, 321-322.
Fischer 1973, 159-160.
Nozaki and Itou 1993, 174, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 75, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 42, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki and Itou 1998, 423-426, larva, pupa, case, habitat, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Itou 1999, 39-42, life cycle, emergence habit, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 201-202.
Itou 2001, 45-48, egg mass, oviposition site.
Nozaki 2005a, 527-528, male, larva, case.
Ito et al. 2007, 149-150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Muramatsu 2008, 10, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2013, 62, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Tokachi).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, 35, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2016, 371, 438, forewing.
Tanida 2016, 113.
Type locality. Russia (Siberia).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Khabarovsk, Primorye, southeast Siberia), Scandinavia.

Genus Chilostigma McLachlan

Only one named species, Chilostigma sieboldi, has been recorded from Hokkaido, and an unidentified species belonging to this genus was recorded from Honshu (Kobayashi 1973).

Chilostigma sieboldi McLachlan 1876

Chilostigma sieboldi McLachlan 1876, 188-189, pl. 20, male, female, Scandinavia.
Schmid 1952a, 105-107, male, female.
Schmid 1955, 219-220, female.
FIscher 1969, 319.
Fischer 1973, 159.
Itou and Ubukata 1998, 23-25, egg mass, oviposition site, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou et al. 1998, 26-31, habitat, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanida et al. 1999, 154-157, larva, case, habitat, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 202.
Nozaki 2005a, 527-528, male, larva, case.
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, 35, adult, Hokakido (Kushiro).
Ito and Kuhara 2016, 17, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2016, 371, 377, 438, maxillary and labial palpi.
Tanida 2016, 113.
Chilostigma sp.: Itou 1992, 49-53, male, habitat. Reidentified by Tanida et al. (1999).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 74, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, Hokkaido (Kushiro). mentioned by Ito and Kuhara (2016).
Type locality. Scandinavia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokakido), Russia (Khabarovsk, Primorye, northeast Siberia, European part, Kamchatka), Scandinavia.

Genus Grammotaulius Kolenati

Although three ‘species’ of Grammotaulius were recorded from Japan, descriptions of these ‘species’ are insufficient to identify the species even to generic level (Nozaki et al. 2000).

Grammotaulius ornatus Nakahara 1914

Grammotaulius ornatus Nakahara 1914, 347, 357, female, Shikoku (Ehime).
Nakahara 1915, 92-93, female.
Schmid 1955, 145.
Fischer 1967, 229
Fischer 1973, 59.
Nozaki et al. 2000, 202.
Tanida 2016, 113.
Type locality. Shikoku (Ehime), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Shikoku).

Grammotaulius sp.

Grammotaulius atomarius Fabricius: Iwata 1927a, 250-251, pl. 10, larva, Honshu (Shimane).
Iwata 1927b, 213, pl. 6, larva, Honshu (Shimane).
Grammotaulius sp.: Nozaki et al. 2000, 202.

Grammotaulius sp.

Grammotaulius sp.: Uéno 1935, 92, larva, case, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 202.

Genus Halesus Stephens

Two species of this genus have been recorded from Japan. Nozaki (2005a) described a larva belonging to this genus, but it has not yet been associated with the adult stage.

Halesus sachalinensis Martynov 1914

Halesus sachalinensis Martynov 1914, 236-238, male, Russia (Sakhalin).
Schmid 1951, 24, male.
Schmid 1955, 181.
Fischer 1969, 188.
Fischer 1973, 135.
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara 1997a, 61, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-13, 15-16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40, 43, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000b, 33, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 202.
Kuhara et al. 2000, 253, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Kuhara 2001, 18, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 54, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Muramatsu 2008, 10, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 74, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, 35, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakatani 2016, 241, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 371, 380, forewing.
Tanida 2016, 114.
Phacopteryx jesoensis Matsumura 1931, 1125-1126, female. Synonymized by Kuwayama (1936).
Matsumura 1933, 2, pl. 1, female.
Yamanouchi 1976, 5-6, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Type locality. Russia (Sakhalin).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Sakhalin).
Remarks. A male and female recorded from Honshu as this species by Tanida (1982b) was a misidentification of Phryganopsyche brunnea Wiggins (Nozaki et al. 2000).

Halesus tessellatus (Rambur 1842)

Limnephila tessellata Rambur 1842, 478-479.
Halesus tessellatus: McLachlan 1876, 150, pl. 16, male.
Schimd 1951, 27-29, male, female.
Schmid 1955, 181, Japan.
Lepneva 1966, 285-287, larva, pupa, case, habitat.
Fischer 1969, 188-193.
Fischer 1973, 135.
Nozaki et al. 2000, 202.
Tanida 2016, 114.
Type locality. Europe.
Distribution. Japan, Europe.
Remarks. Schmid (1955) added the locality, Japan, without the precise locality name.

Genus Hydatophylax Wallengren

Five named species are known from Japan, but the specific status of H. koizumii is not yet clarified (Nozaki et al. 2000).

Hydatophylax festivus (Navás 1920)

Stenophylax festivus Navás 1920 ("1919"), 163, female, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Schmid 1955, 192.
Fischer 1969, 227.
Fischer 1973, 140.
Hydatophylax festivus: Nozaki 1999b, 301-302, combination, Hokkaido (Ishikari), Sakhalin, Kuriles.
Ito et al. 2000a, 23, 27-29, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 33, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 253, Hokkado (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 202.
Kuhara 2001, 18, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Ito et al. 2004, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2005a, 525, 528, male, larva, case.
Kinota 2006, 226, 404, adult, larva, case.
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 54, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Muramatsu 2008, 10, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hiyama).
Ito and Kubo 2011, 9, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 58, 63, 74, Hokkaido (Sorachi, Ishikari, Hidaka, Iburi).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31, Hokkaido Kushiro, Tokachi).
Nakatani 2016, 241, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 373, 381, forewing.
Tanida 2016, 114.
Astenophylax grammicus McLachlan: Matsumura 1931, 1123, female, Hokkaido (Ishikari). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (1999b).
Matsumura 1933, 1, pl. 1, male.
Hydatophylax intermedius Schmid 1964, 835-836, male, Hokkaido (Ishikari), Sakhalin. Synonymized by Nozaki (1999b).
Tanabe 1980, 63, adult, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1993, 130, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 1993, 18, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, 23, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 167, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Hirama 1995, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Zhang 1996, 224-230, case, habitat, life history, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara 1997b, 95, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-13, 15, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Zhang 1998, 81-84, female, pupa, larva, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi, Soya, Rumoi, Kamikawa, Sorachi, Ishikari, Hidaka, Iburi, Shiribeshi, Oshima).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40-44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito 2013, 63, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Hydatophylax nigrovittatus: Tanida 1985, 198-199, larva. Misidentification mentioned by Zhang (1998).
Hydatophylax soldatovi: Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 40, Hokkaido (Okhotsk). Clerical error of the scientific name mentioned by Itou (1998).
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Sakhalin, Kuriles).

Hydatophylax koizumii (Iwata 1928)

Stenophylax koizumii Iwata 1928, 120-121, larva, case, Honshu (Gumma, Nagano).
Uéno 1935, 93,
Fischer 1969, 227.
Fischer 1973, 140.
Hydatophylax koizumii: Nozaki et al. 2000, 202, combination.
Tanida 2016, 114.
Type locality. Central Honshu, Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu).
Remarks. Iwata (1928) described this species based on larvae collected from central Honshu. Tsuda (1936) recorded larvae of this species from Hokkaido.

Hydatophylax minor Nozaki 2004

Hydatophylax soldatovi (Martynov): Tanida et al. 1991, 108, adult, larva, pupa, case. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Itou and Muramatsu, 1998, 40, Hokkaido (Okhotsk). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Ito et al. 1998, 5, 11-15, Hokkaido (Nemuro). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Tanida et al. 1991, 108, adult, pupa, larva. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Ito et al. 1999, 24-27, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Ohkawa 1999, 40, 42-44, Hokkaido (Tokachi). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-30, Hokkaido (Soya). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Ito et al. 2000b, 33, Hokkaido (Ishikari). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Kuhara 2001, 18, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Minakawa (2004).
Hydatophylax minor Nozaki: Nozaki and Minakawa 2004, 40-43, male, female, larva, case, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi, Soya, Kamikawa, Sorachi, Ishikari), Sakhalin, Kuriles..
Ito 2005, 34-36, adult, larva, case, habitat.
Nozaki 2005a, 525, 528, male, larval leg.
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2007, app. 72, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Muramatsu 2008, 10, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2009, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 58, 63, 74, Hokkaido (Hidaka, Iburi).
Ito 2013, 63, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Iijima and Kushiro 2014, 31, Hokakido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2016, 114.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Ishikari), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Sakhalin, Kuriles).

Hydatophylax nigrovittatus (McLachlan 1872)

Platyphylax nigrovittatus McLachlan 1872, 64, male, female, Russia (Irkutsk).
McLachlan 1875. 144-145, male, female, Russia (East Siberia).
Martynov 1933, 156, Honshu (Tochigi).
Kimmins 1957, 114, 116, lectotype designation, (Siberia).
Hydatophylax nigrovittatus: Schmid 1950, 284-286, male, female.
Schmid 1955, 198.
Lepneva 1966, 274-278, larva, pupa, case, habitat.
Fischer 1969, 296.
Fischer 1973, 154.
Tanida 1991, 110, adult, pupa, larva.
Maruyama and Takai 2000, 98, 105, case, Honshu (Nara).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 202-203.
Shimomura and Oku 2001, 26, Honshu (Iwate).
Yoshitaka 2004, 29, Honshu (Okayama).
Nozaki 2005a, 525-528, male, larval leg, case.
Morita 2006a, 47, Honshu (Mie).
Tanaka 2009b, 49-50, male, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu 2012, 10, Honshu (Hyogo).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanaka 2015a, 53, 56, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nozaki 2016, 81, 371, 381, 438, adult, Honshu (Tochigi).
Tnaida 2016, 114.
Astenophylax grammicus McLachlan: Tsuda and Akagi 1957, 58-59, larva, case, Honshu (Tochigi). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki et al. (2000).
Tsuda 1959, 149, larva, case.
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 138, larva.
Hydatophylax soldatovi (Martynov): Tanida 1985, 198-199, larva, case. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki et al. (2000).
Type locality. Russia (East Siberia).
Distribution. Japan (Honshu), Russia (Magadan, Kamchatka, Amur, Primorye, southeast Siberia, ), Korea, China, Mongolia.

Hydatophylax variabilis (Martynov 1910)

Platyphylax variabilis Martynov 1910, 345, female.
Hydatophylax variabilis: Schmid 1950, 287-289, male, female.
Fischer 1969, 297.
Fischer 1973, 154.
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 17, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1998, 40, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2000b, 33-34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203.
Nozaki 2005a, 525, 528, male, larva.
Muramatsu 2008, 10, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Zhang 2008, 172-180, larva, pupa, case, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Tokachi, Kamikawa, Ishikari).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 74, Hokkaido (Hidaka).
Tanida 2016, 115.
Hydatophylax variabilis variabilis Martynov: Schmid 1955, 198.
Hydatophylax grammicus (McLachlan): Yamanouchi 1976, 5-6, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi). Misidentification mentioned by Kuhara and Kuranishi (1997).
Kobayashi 1977, 4, Hokkaido (Tokachi). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki et al. (2000).
Type locality. Russia (Northwestern Siberia).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Magadan, Khabarovsk, Primorye, Kamtchatka, Kuriles), Europe, Alaska.

Genus Lenarchus Martynov

Only one species has been recorded from Japan.

Lenarchus fuscostramineus Schmid 1952

Lenrachus fuscostramineus Schmid 1952b, 207-210, male, female, Hokkaido (Tokachi, Ishikari).
Schmid 1955, 163.
FIscher 1969, 63.
Fischer 1973, 114.
Itou et al. 1993, 3-4, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 15-16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki and Ito 1998, 384-387, larva, pupa, case, habitat, food, Hokkaido (Nemoro, Kushiro, Tokachi, Ishikari, Hiyama).
Nozaki and Tanida, 1996, 820, Hokkaido (Tokachi, Ishikari).
Saito 1994, 18, Yururi-to.
Saito 1996, 16, Hokkaido (Kamikawa).
Ito et al. 1997, 24, 28, Hokkaido (Hiyama).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-29, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 253-254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203.
Kuhara 2001, 19, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Konno et al. 2002, 51, larva, case, Hokkaido (Kamikawa).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 100, Honshu (Aomori).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 55, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki 2005a, 523, 528, male, larva, case.
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanaka 2009b, 49, male, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 63, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 31-32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Tanaka 2015a, 53, 56, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2015b, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 241, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 81, 373, 377, 438, 451, adult, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2016, 115.
Limnophilus borealis Zetterstedt: Kuwayama 1932, 1505, male. Mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 426, adult.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Tokachi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Yururi-to), Russia (Kuriles).

Genus Limnephilus Leach

Nozaki and Tanida (1996) revised Japnese species of this genus and recognized eleven named species. Two unnamed larvae accompanied with alphabetic codes were described, which were not associated with adults. Iwata (1928) recorded Limnophilus decipiens Kolenati by a larva collected from Nagano, central Japan, however, Nozaki and Tanida (1996) suggested that the larva is similar to that of Asynarchus amurensis.

Limnephilus alienus Martynov 1914

Limnephilus alienus Martynov 1914, 200-202, female, Russia (Sakhalin) (Limnophilus).
Martynov 1935, 347-350, male, female, Russia (Amur) (Limnophilus).
Schmid 1955, 134 (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1968 24.
Fischer 1973, 67.
Nozaki and Itou 1988, 57-58, 61, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanida et al. 1991, 114, adult, pupa, larva.
Itou 1993, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nishimoto 1993, 23, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, 23, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 166, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 41, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996, 15, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 811-812, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro, Soya, Ishikari, Iburi), Honshu (Aomori, Akita, Fukushima, Tochigi, Gumma, Nagano).
Ito et al. 1997, 24, 28, Hokkaido (Hiyama).
Kuhara 1997a, 61, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Saito et al. 1997, 21, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-13, 15-17, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 1999, 24, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40, 44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203.
Shimomura and Oku 2001, 26, Honshu (Iwate).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 100, Honshu (Aomori).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2004, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Nakatani et al. 2006, 36, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 54, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 54, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanaka 2009a, 47, adult, Honshu (Akita).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2010b, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Ito and Nakatani, 2011, 147, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka and Okura 2011, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 63-64, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro, Tokachi).
Tanaka 2015a, 53, 56, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 378-379, 438, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 115.
Limnephilus correptus McLachlan: Matsumura 1904 (part), 171. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Matsumura 1931 (part). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Kobayashi 1984a, 19-20, 33, Hokkaido (Hiyama), male. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Limnephilus correptus McLachlan, var.?: Martynov 1930, 106-108, male, Japan. Misidentification mentioned by Schmid (1955).
Type locality. Sakhalin, Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu), Russia (Khabarovsk, Primorye, Sakhalin, Kuriles).

Limnephilus correptus McLachlan 1880

Limnephilus correptus McLachlan 1880, supple. 18, pl. 53, female, Russia (Amur) (Limnophilus).
Navás 1920, 162, Hokkaido (Sapporo) (Limnophilus).
Martynov 1935, 344-347, female, Russia (Limnophilus).
Schmid 1955, 134.Fischer 1968, 74 (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1973, 73.
Nozaki and Itou 1988, 57-58, 61, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1993, 130, Hokkaido (Kushiro). (Limnephilus cprrptus!).
Nishimoto 1993, 22, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 166, Hokkaido (Kushiro). (Limnephilus corretuas!)
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 41, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996, 15, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 812-813, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro), Honshu (Nagano).
Saito et al. 1996, 21, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217, Hokkaido (Nemuro). (Limnephilus correputus!)
Ito et al. 2000b, 34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203.
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013, 64, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Tokachi).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka 2015a, 53, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2015b, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 378-379, 438, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 115.
Limnephilus diphyes McLachlan: Tanaka 2009a, 47, adult, Honshu (Akita). Misidentification mentioned by Tanaka (2010a).
Type locality. Amur, Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu), Russia (Khabarovsk, Primorye, Sakhalin), Korea, north China.
Remarks. Most old records were based on misidentification of other Limnephilus species (Nozaki and Tanida, 1996). Old records, which were not confirmed by Nozaki and Tanida (1996) are not included in this list.

Limnephilus diphyes McLachlan 1880

Limnephils diphyes McLachlan 1880, suppl. 23-24, pl. 53, male, Russia (north western Siberia) (Limnophilus).
Schmid 1955, 143 (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1968, 90.
Fischer 1973, 74
Itou et al. 1993, 2, 41, male, female, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Saito 1994, 18, Yururi-to.
Itou 1995, 166-167, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 75, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 813, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 217-218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203.
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito 2013, 64, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 379, 438, male, female.
Limnephilus sp.: Nishimoto 1993, 22, Hokkaido (Kushiro). Reidentified by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Type locality. North western Siberia (Russia).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Yururi-to), Russia (Khabarovsk, Primorye, north west Siberia, Kamchatka, Sakhalin), Finland, Sweden, Canada.

Limnephilus fuscovittatus Matsumura 1904

Limnephilus fuscovittatus: Matsumura 1904, 171-172, pl. 12, female (Limnophilus).
Navás 1920, 162, Hokkaido (Sapporo) (Limnophilus).
Matsumura 1931, 1124-1125, male (Limnophilus).
Kuwayama 1932, 1506, male (Limnophilus).
Tateishi 1934, 75, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (Limnophilus).
Tsuda 1937, 304-305, larva, case, Honshu (Kyoto) (Limnophilus).
Tsuda 1942a, 314, Hokkaido (?Omu), Honshu (Fukui, Nagano, Gifu, Shiga, Kyoto, Nara) (Limnophilus).
Tsuda 1942b, 263-264, Honshu (Kyoto) (Limnophilus).
Tsuda 1942c, 63-65, Honshu (Shiga) (Limnophilus).
Kuwayama 1949, 308, adult (Limnophilus).
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 427, adult (Limnophilus).
Tsuda 1951, 64, larva, case (Limnophilus).
Tsuda and Tatsumi 1951, 30, Honshu (Niigata) (Limnophilus)
Schmid 1955, 143 (Limnophilus).
Takeuchi 1955, 75, pl. 28, adult, Honshu (Kyoto) (Limnophilus).
Gyotoku 1957, 12, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (Limnophilus).
Tsuda 1959, 148, larva, case (Limnophilus).
Tsuda and Akagi 1962, 139, larva, case (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1968, 151-152.
Fischer 1973, 81.
Kobayashi 1973, 40, Honshu (Yamagata) (Limnophilus).
Kobayashi 1977, 3-4, 10, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro) (Limnophilus).
Tani 1977, 201, pl. 44, adult, Honshu (Nara).
Tani 1978, 15-16, male. Honshu (Niigata).
Yamanouchi 1980, 8-9, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanida and Takemon 1981, 206, 212, case, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tanida 1985, 199-200, larva, case.
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Gyotoku 1991, 77, Honshu (Tokyo).
Nishino and Tanida 1992, 37, adult, larva, case, Honshu (Shiga).
Kuhara et al. 1993, 18, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 166, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 41, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Morita 1996b, 288, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 813-814, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro, Iburi, Oshima), Honshu (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Niigata, Nagano), Shikoku (Ehime), Kyushu (Fukuoka, Kagoshima), Yaku-shima.
Saito et al. 1996, 21, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 63, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-12, 15-17, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Sekimoto et al. 1998, 361, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1999, 24-27, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40, 44, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-29, 31, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203.
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 73, 77, adult, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 2001, 36, adult.
Kuranishi 2002, 569-570, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 100, Honshu (Aomori).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2004, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase et al. 2004, 114, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 56, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki 2005a, 523, 528, male, larva, case.
Kimura et al. 2006, 8, Honshu (Nagano).
Morita 2006b, 201, Honshu (Mie).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 54, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kimura et al. 2007, 167, Honshu (Nagano).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Honshu).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 54, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2008, 252, pl. 93, adult, Honshu (Shiga).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Hiyama, Oshima).
Nozaki 2010, 22, Honshu (Aichi).
Ito and Nakatani 2011, 147, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2011a, 1, adult.
Nozaki 2011b, 2-5, Honshu (Aichi).
Ito 2013, 64, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Tokachi).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro, Tokachi, Kamikawa).
Ito and Nagasaka 2014, 12, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Tanaka 2015a, 53, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanaka 2016, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Nozaki 2016, 378-379, 438, male, female, Hokkaido (Kamikawa).
Tanida 2016, 115.
Limnephilus subfuscus Ulmer 1907a, 20-21, male, female (Limnophilus). Synonymized by Nakahra (1914), Schmid (1955) and Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Nothopsyche apicalis Ulmer: Kobayashi 1968, 5, Honshu (Niigata). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Type locality. Takasago (Hyogo?), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Yaku-shima), Russia (southeast Siberia, Sakhalin, Kuriles), Korea, China, Sikkim, Mongolia.

Limnephilus nipponicus Schmid 1964

Limnephilus affinis Curtis: Matsumura 1904, 170, pl. 12, female (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Nakahara 1914, 351-352, Hokkaido (Ishikari) (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Navás 1920, 162, Hokaido (Sapporo) (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Matsumura 1931, 1124 (as L. affinis M’L.), female (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Limnephilus nipponicus Schmid 1964, 834-836, male, female, Hokkaido (Ishikari, Oshima).
Tanida 1982b, 18-20, 28, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Togashi and Tanida 1985, 69, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Itou et al. 1993, 2, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 41, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Morita 1996a, 71, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 814-815, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro, Soya, Kamikawa, Ishikari), Honshu (Niigata, Mie, Shiga, Kyoto, Hyogo).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 15, Hokakido (Nemuro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, 31, Hokkaido (Soya).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203.
Shimomura and Oku 2001, 26, Honshu (Iwate).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 100, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 175, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 56, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nakamura et al. 2003, 154, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita and Kawase 2004, 17, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 223-224, Honshu (Shimane).
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 190, (Tottori, Hiroshima).
Nakatani et al. 2006, 36, Hokkaido (Soya).
Nakamura and Hajiri 2007, 199, Honshu (Shimane).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 97, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2008, 723, Honshu (Mie).
Morita and Kawase 2008, 55, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 54, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanaka 2009a, 47, adult, Honshu (Akita).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Oshima).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 203, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Tanaka and Okura 2011, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu 2013c, 75, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito 2013, 64, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kawase and Minami 2013, 12-13, adult, Honshu (Shiga).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 2014, 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Tanaka 2015a, 53-54, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2015b, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 378-379, 438, male, female, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 116.
Limnephilus borealis Zetterstedt: Kobayashi 1968, 5, Honshu (Niigata) (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Type locality. Hokkaido (Sapporo), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku), Russia (Kuriles), China.
Remarks. Kadowaki (1998) recorded L. borealis from Shimane, central Honshu, and the identification was made by Mr. Kobayashi. However, it is probably a misidentification of N. nipponicus same as the record of L. borealis by Kobayashi (1968). Tsuda and Tatsumi (1951) recorded Limnephilus affinis from Niigata Prefecture, but the record may be based on a misidentification of this species.

Limnephilus orientalis Martynov 1935

Limnephilus correptus McLachlan var.?: Maryunov 1930, 106-108, female (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Martynov (1935).
Limnephilus orientalis Martynov 1935, 348 (Limnophilus).
Schmid 1955, 135 (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1968, 248.
Fischer 1973, 92.
Tani 1978, 16-17, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Tani 1977, 201, pl. 44, adult, Honshu (Nara).
Tani 1978, 16-17, male. Honshu (Niigata).
Tanabe 1980, 62, adult, Hokkaido (Ishikari)
Tanida 1980, 136, Honshu (Ishikawa)..
Yamanouchi 1980, 8-9, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tanida and Takemon 1981, 206, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tanida 1982b, 18-20, 28, Honshu (Ishikwa).
Kobayashi 1984b, 7, Sado.
Togashi and Tanida 1985, 69, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Ohtsuka and Tanida 1986, 6, Kyushu (Kumamoto).
Nozaki and Itou 1988, 57-58, male, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Morita 1989, 40-41, Honshu (Mie).
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 12, 17, flight period, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Nishino and Tanida 1992, adult, Honshu (Shiga).
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Itou 1995, 166, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 41, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida et al. 1995, 3, Honshu (Nara).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996,15, Honshu (Aomori).
Morita 1996a, 71, Honshu (Mie).
Nakamura et al. 1996, 294, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 815-817, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Soya, Ishikari), Honshu (Akita, Yamagata, Niigata, Mie, Shiga, Hiroshima), Shikoku (Ehime), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Kuhara 1997b, 95, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Nishiharu 1997, 61, Honshu (Fukui).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 63, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 1998a, 13, Honshu (Mie).
Morita 1998b, 73, Honshu (Mie).
Ydoe et al. 1998, 69, Honshu (Shimane).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-31, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 203-204.
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 2001, 15, adult.
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 100, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2002, 175, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Morita and Kawase 2004, 16, 17, 18, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Katsuma 2005a, 8, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Nozaki 2005b, 111, adult, larva.
Nozaki and Nakamura 2005, 224, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita 2006b, 201, Honshu (Mie).
Nakatani et al. 2006, 36, Hokkaido (Soya).
Morita 2007, 15, Honshu (Mie).
Nakamura et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 97, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Morita 2008, 723, 725, adult, Honshu (Mie).
Morita and Kawase 2008, 55, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 54, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2008, 252, pl. 93, adult, Shikoku (Ehime).
Kameyama et al. 2009, 113, Honshu (Shimane).
Morita and Kawase 2009, 28, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Tanaka 2009a, 47-48, adult, Honshu (Akita).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 44, Honshu (Shiga).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2010b, 17, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 203, male, female, Honshu (Hyogo).
Tanaka and Okura 2011, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Katsuma 2012, 66, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kawase and Hayashi 2012, 257, Honshu (Shimane).
Hayashi et al. 2013, 13, Oki (Dogo).
Inazu 2013a, 46, Honshu (Hyogo).
Inazu 2013c, 75, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kawase and Minami 2013, 12-13, adult, Honshu (Shiga).
Morita 2013, 43-44, Honshu (Mie).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro, Rumoi).
Kuranishi & Kikuchi 2014, 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Tanaka 2015a, 54, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2015b, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Tanaka 2016, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Nozaki 2016, 378-379, 372, 438, male, female, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 116.
Limnephilus correptus McLachlan: Martynov 1935, 344-346, male (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Schmid (1955).
Gyotoku 1957, 12, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Gyotoku and Nozaki (1992).
Kobayashi 1959, 351, Kyushu (Fukuoka) (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Gyotoku and Nozaki (1992).
Kobayashi 1973, 40, Honshu (Yamagata) (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Limnephilus borealis Zetterstedt: Ulmer 1907a, 17, male (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Fischer (1968).
Limnephilus ukibaensis Kobayashi 1975, 37-40, male, female (Limnophilus). Synonymized by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Type locality. Japan (precise locality unknown).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Oki (Dogo)), Russia (Sakhalin, south Kuriles), Korea.
Remarks. Martynov (1935) proposed a new species, L. orientalis, for the male and the female described under the name L. correptus var. ?, from Japan (Martynov 1930), but Schmid (1955) pointed out the male was L. alienus. Specimens recorded as this species by Tanida (1982a) were misidentifications of L. ornatulus or L. sparsus (Nozaki and Tanida 1996).

Limnephilus ornatulus Schmid 1965

Limnephilus ornatulus Schmid 1965, 30-32, male, Kunashir.
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou et al. 1993, 2, 4, adult, Hokkadio (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Nishimoto 1993, 22, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 817, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Soya, Ishikari), Honshu (Gumma).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, 31, Hokkaido (Soya).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Nakatani et al. 2008, 54, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nozaki 2016, 379, 438, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 116.
Limnephilus ornatus Banks?: Ulmer 1907a, 20, female (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Limnephilus orientalis Martynov: Tanida, 1982a, 360-361(part), Honshu (Gumma). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Type locality. Kurile Island (Kunashiri).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu), Russia (south Kuriles).

Limnephilus quadratus Martynov 1914

Limnephilus quadratus Martynov 1914, 202-205, female, Russia (south Ussuri, Sakhalin) (Limnophilus).
Schmid 1955, 141 (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1968, 269-270.
Fischer 1973, 95.
Nozaki and Itou 1988, 57, 59, 61, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1993, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nishimoto 1993, 22, Hokkaiod (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 167, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 817-818, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Saito et al. 1996, 21, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Ito et al. 2004, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito 2013, 65, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Nozaki 2016, 379, 438, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 116.
Type locality. Russia.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Khabarovsk, Sakhalin, south Kuriles).

Limnephilus sericeus (Say 1824)

Phryganea sericea Say 1824, 309, adult, USA.
Limnephilus sericeus: Ross 1944, 187-188, 192, male, female (Limnophilus).
Schmid 1955, 137 (Limnophilus).
Lepneva 1966, 227-228, larva, pupa, case, habitat (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1968, 297-298.
Fischer 1973, 98.
Nozaki and Itou 1988, 57, 59, male, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1993, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1228, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 167, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 41, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 818, 821-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro, Ishikari), Honshu (Gumma).
Saito 1996, 21, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Sciety 1999, 218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Ito et al. 2004, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito and Nakatani 2011, 147, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito 2013, 65, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 379, 438, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 116.
Apatania fuscostigma Matsumura 1931, 1123, female. Synonymized by Nozaki and Tanida (1996)
Limnephilus shimushirensis Tsuda 1942, 316-317, male, Russia (Shumushu Island: recorded as Shimushir). Synonymized by Schmid (1955).
Type locality. Minnesota, USA (Neotype).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu), Russia (Chukotka, Magadan, Kamchatka, Khabarovsk, Primorye, Kuriles, Sakhalin), Korea, Europe, North America.

Limnephilus sparsus Curtis 1834

Limnephilus sprasus Curtis 1834, 123, England (Limnophilus)..
Schmid 1955, 142 (Limnophilus).
Lepneva 1966, 224-226, larva, pupa, case, habitat (Limnophilus).
Fischer 1968, 300-314
Fischer 1973, 99-100.
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 818-819, 821-22, male, female, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Sorachi, Ishikari, Shiribeshi), Honshu (Gumma, Gifu).
Kuhara 1997a, 61, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 15-16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27-30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Kuhara 2001, 19, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 100-101, Honshu (Aomori).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Hiyama).
Morita and Kawase 2010, 27, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, 27, adult, Honshu (Akita).
Ito and Nakatani 2011, 147, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka and Okura 2011, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Ito 2013a, 65, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Tanaka 2015a, 54, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nozaki 2016, 379, 438, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 116.
Limnephilus orientalis Martynov: Tanida 1982a, 360-361 (part), Honshu (Gumma). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Limnephilus apicalis Martynov: Kobayashi 1984a, 19, male, female, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi, Hoyama). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Kuhara 1992, 46, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Type locality. England.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu), Russia (Kamchatka, south Siberia, Sakhalin, Kuriles), Caucasus, Pribaltic, Europe.
Remarks. Schmid (1955), Kuwayama (1967) and Vshivkova et al. (1994) suggested that Limnephilus paramushirensis Tsuda 1942a from a north Kurile Island is a synonym of this species.

Limenphilus stigma Curtis 1834

Limnephilus stigma Curtis 1834, 123, England (Limnophilus).
Schmid 1955, 136 (Limnophilus).
Lepneva 1966, 192-194, larva, pupa, case, habitat (Limnophilus).
FIscher 1968, 314-325.
Fischer 1973, 100-101.
Nozaki and Tanida 1996, 820-822, male, female, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 1999, 19, 24, 27, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Ito 2013, 65, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 379, 438, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 117.
Type locality. England.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido), Russia (Chukotka, Magadan, Kamchatka, Khabarvsk, Primorye, Kuriles, Sakhalin), Mongolia, Europe, Alaska.

Limnephilus sp. LA

Limnephilus politus McLachlan: Iwata 1927a, 250, larva, case (Limnophilus). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki and Tanida (1996).
Limnephilus sp. LA: Tanida 1985, 199-200, larva.

Limnephilus sp. LB

Limnephilus sp. LB: Tanida 1985, 199-200, larva, case.
Nozaki 2005a, 523, larva, case.

Genus Nemotaulius Banks

Three species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan, but the specific status of N. miyakei (Nakahara) should be clarified (Kuhara and Kuranishi 1987).

Nemotaulius admorsus (McLachlan 1866)

Limnephilus admorsus McLachlan 1866, 250, female, Japan.
Glyphotaelius admorsus McLachlan: Matsumura 1904, 167-168, pl. 12, male.
Banks 1906, 111, Honshu Gifu).
Navás 1920, 162, Honshu (Kyoto).
Matsumura 1907, 189, adult.
Nakahara 1914, 344-345, 357, male, Honshu (Tokyo), Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Matsumura 1917, 477, adult.
Matsumura 1931, 1123, male.
Kuwayama 1932, 1504, female.
Matsumura 1933, 1, pl. 1, male.
Tateishi 1934, 75, Kyushu (Fukuoka, Miyazaki).
Esaki et al. 1938, 139, pl. 62, adult.
Tsuda 1940, 195-197, larva, Honshu (Nagano, Shiga, Kyoto).
Tsuda 1942a 311-312, Honshu (Nagano, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo)
Kuwayama 1949, 307, adult.
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 425, adult.
Tsuda 1951, 63, larva, case.
Takeuchi 1955, 75, pl. 28, adult, Kyushu (Kumamoto).
Gyotoku 1957, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Miwa and Okawa 1958, 19, Honshu (Mie).
Tsuda 1959, 147, larva, case.
Kobayashi 1964, 88, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kobayashi 1968, 5, Honshu (Niigata).
Yoshimura 1974, 18-21, pupa, case, food, habitat.
Yamanouchi 1976, 4, 6, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Akaike et al. 1982, 46-52, germ rudiment, Honshu (Nagano).
Glyphotaelius japonicus Iwata 1927a, 248-249, pl. 10, larva, case, Honshu (Gifu, Shiga, Kyoto, Shimane).
Iwata 1927b, 212, 230-231, larva, case. Synonymized by Tsuda (1940).
Nemotaulius admorsus (McLachlan): Schmid 1952c, 226-229, male, female.
Schmid 1955, 149.
Lepneva 1966, 151-154, larva, pupa, case, habitat.
Fischer 1969, 249-250.
Fischer 1973, 62.
Kobayashi 1973, 40, Honshu, (Yamagata).
Tani 1977, 201-202, pl. 44, adult, Honshu (Nara).
Tani 1978, 14-15, male, Honshu (Niigata).
Tanabe 1979, 71, 291, adult, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Tanida and Takemon 1981, 206, 209, 210, 215, Honshu (Kyoto).
Tanida 1982a, 361, Honshu (Gumma).
Kobayashi 1984a, 20, male, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Kobayashi 1984b, 7, Sado.
Tanida 1985, 197, larva, case.
Togashi and Tanida 1985, 69, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kobayahsi 1987, 23, Honshu (Shimane).
Kuranishi 1989, 17, egg mass.
Nozaki and Gyotoku 1990, 17, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Tanida et al. 1991, 116, adult, pupa, larva.
Kuhara and Ito 1994, 21, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1229, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Hirama 1995, 76, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 40, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Kuranishi and Ohtaka 1996, 14-15, Honshu (Aomori).
Nakamura et al. 1996, 294, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakajima et al. 1997, 14, 18-19, Hokkaido (Oshima).
Nishiharu 1997, 61, Honshu (Fukui).
Tani and Nakamura 1997, 63, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Ito et al. 1998, 11-15, 17, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Morita 1998b, 73, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Nishimoto 1998, 151, Honshu (Aichi).
Ito et al. 1999, 24-26, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ohkawa 1999, 40-42, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, 30, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito et al. 2000b, 34, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Kuhara 2001, 19, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Morita 2001a, 221, Honshu (Mie).
Nishimoto and Morita 2001, 77, Honshu (Aichi).
Nozaki 2001, 15, adult.
Kuranishi 2002, 570, adult, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 101, Honshu (Aomori).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 109, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Ito et al. 2004, 15, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kawase et al. 2004, 114, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Morita and Kawase 2004, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 56, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki 2005a, 523, 528, male, larva, case.
Nozaki 2005b, 110, adult, larva.
Tani 2005, larva, case, 107.
Kameyama and Nakamura 2006, 190, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Katsuma 2006, 41, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Nakamura and Fukui 2006, 244, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura et al. 2006, 102, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Nakamura and Hajiri 2007, 199, Honshu (Shimane).
Nakamura et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki and Nakamura 2007, 97, Honshu (Hiroshima).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ohtaka et al. 2008, 61, Honshu (Aomori).
Tanida 2008, 253, pl. 94, adult, Shikoku (Ehime).
Hashimoto and Kobayashi 2009, 299-306, sternum V gland, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanaka 2009a, 48, adult, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2009c, 19, Honshu (Akita).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Hiyama, Oshima).
Kawase and Morita 2010, 44-45, Honshu (Shiga).
Mano 2010, 21, 23, Honshu (Aichi).
Tanaka 2010a, 25, Honshu (Akita).
Inazu and Nishida 2011, 203, female, larva, case, Honshu (Hyogo).
Kuhara 2011, 53, 74, Hokkaido (Sorachi).
Morita 2011, 217, Honshu (Mie).
Tanaka and Okura 2011, 24, Honshu (Akita).
Enju et al. 2013, 87, adult.
Inazu 2013b, 57, Honshu (Hyogo).
Ito 2013, 65, Hokkaido (Nemuro, Kushiro).
Kawase and Minami 2013, 12, Honshu (Shiga).
Kuranishi 2013, 34, adult, larva, Honshu (Chiba).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Okhotsk, Kushiro).
Kawabe 2013, 115, adult, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Kuranishi and Kikuchi 364, Honshu (Yamagata).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanaka 2015a, 54, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 81, 370, 380, 438, adult, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 117.
Type locality. Japan (precise locality unknown).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Hosnhu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Sado), Russia (Magadan, Khabarovsk, Primorye, Siberia, Sakhalin, south Kuriles), Korea, China.

Nemotaulius brevilinea (McLachlan 1871)

Grammotaulius brevilinea McLachlan 1871, 107-108, pl. 2, female, Japan.
Matsumura 1904, 169, pl. 12, female.
Matsumura 1907, 189, male.
Kimmins 1957, 113, 116, lectotype designation, Japan.
Glyphotaelius subsinuatus Ulmer 1906, 5-7, male. Synonymized by Tsuda (1942).
Nemotaulius brevilinea: Banks 1906, 111, Honshu (Gifu).
Nakahara 1914, 348, 357, forewing, Honshu (Ibaraki, Chiba, Kyoto).
Navás 1920, 162, Hokkaido (Sapporo).
Matsumura 1931, 1125, female.
Kuwayama 1932, 1504, female.
Matsumura 1933, 3, pl. 1, male.
Tateishi 1934, 75, Kyushu (Fukuoka).
Hirayama 1937, 171, pl. 75, adult, Honshu (Tokyo).
Esaki et al. 1938, 138, pl. 62, adult.
Tsuda 1942a, 312-313, Honshu (Gifu, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo).
Kuwayama 1949, 307, adult.
Tsuda and Kuwayama 1950, 425, adult.
Schmid 1952c, 242-244, male, female.
Schmid 1955, 148.
Takeuchi 1955, 75, pl. 28, adult, Honshu (Kyoto).
Miwa and Okawa 1958, 19, Honshu (Mie).
Fischer 1967, 248-249.
Kobayashi 1968, 6, Honshu (Niigata).
Fischer 1973, 62.
Yamanouchi 1976, 4, Hokkaido (Tokachi).
Tani 1977, 201, pl. 44, Honshu (Nara).
Tani 1978, 13-14, Honshu (Niigata).
Kobayashi 1984b, 7, Sado.
Kobayashi 1987, 23, Honshu (Shimane), Okino-shima (Nakano-shima)
Itou 1993, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 167, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Saito et al. 1996, 21, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kadowaki 1998, 8, Honshu (Shimane).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 101, Honshu (Aomori).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 54-55, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Tanida 2008, 253, pl. 94, adult, Shikoku (Ehime).
Morita 2009a, 103-104, male, female, Honshu (Mie).
Ito and Nakatani 2011, 52, 147, adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka and Okura 2011, Honshu (Akita).
Kuranishi & Katsuma 2013, 35, Adult, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Tanaka 2015a, 54, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Tanaka 2015b, 18, Honshu (Akita).
Nozaki 2016, 370, 380, 438, forewing.
Tanida 2016, 117.
Type locality. Japan (precise locality unknown).
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu, Sado), Korea.

Nemotaulius miyakei (Nakahara 1914)

Glyphotaelius miyakei Nakahara 1914, 345-346, 357, male, Shikoku (Ehime).
Nakahara 1915, 91, male.
Nemotaulius miyakei: Schmid 1952c, 235-236, male, female, Hokkaido (Ishikari), Kuriles.
Schmid 1955, 149.
Fischer 1967, 251.
Fischer 1973, 62.
Itou 1989, 56, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1993, 131, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nishimoto 1993, 22, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuranishi and Kuhara 1994, 1229, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou 1995, 167, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Itou and Muramatsu 1995, 41, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Saito et al. 1996, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kuhara et al. 2000, 254, Hokkaido (Iburi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 204.
Nozaki and Itou 1988, 57, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 1998, 11, 16, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 1999, 24-25, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Kushiro Insect Lovers' Society 1999, 218, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Ito et al. 2000a, 27, 31, Hokkaido (Soya).
Kuranishi et al. 2002, 101, Honshu (Aomori).
Nagayasu et al. 2003, 110, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nagayasu et al. 2005, 56, Hokkaido (Ishikari).
Nozaki 2005a, 528, male.
Nakatani et al. 2006, 36, Hokkaido (Soya).
Ito and Kosugi 2007, 55, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2007, 150, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakano et al. 2007, 41, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Muramatsu 2008, 9, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Nakatani et al. 2008, 55, Hokkaido (Okhotsk).
Ito 2010, 131, Hokkaiodo (Kushiro).
Ito et al. 2010, 63, 76, Hokkaido (Shiribeshi).
Ito 2013, 65, Hokakido (Kushiro).
Iijima and Tsuchiya 2014, 32, Hokkaido (Kushiro).
Nakatani 2016, 242, Hokkaido (Nemuro).
Nozaki 2016, 370, 380, 438, forewing.
Tanida 2016, 117.
Type locality. Shikoku (Ehime), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Shikoku), Russia (Kuriles).
Remarks. Nakahara (1914) described this species from Shikoku. Although his description is insufficient for specific identification, Schmid (1952c) redescribed it based on material from Hokkaido and Kuriles sent by Dr. S. Kuwayama. Since there are no reliable records of N. miyakei (sensu Schmid 1952c) from western Japan, the specific status should be clarified (Kuhara and Kuranishi 1987).

Genus Rivulophilus Nishimoto, Nozaki and Ruiter

Only one species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan.

Rivulophilus sakaii Nishimoto, Nozaki and Ruiter 2000

Rivulophilus sakaii Nishimoto et al. 2000, 378-386, male, female, larva, pupa, case, Honshu (Tochigi, Gifu).
Nozaki 2001, 439-447, larva, life cycle, habitat, Honshu (Tochigi).
Nozaki 2003, 20-23, adult, pupal case, egg mass, habitat, life cycle, Honshu (Tochigi).
Nozaki 2005a, 523, 528, male, larva.
Katsuma 2011, 37, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Katsuma 2012, 66, Honshu (Ibaraki).
Kimura and Hirabayashi 2013, 185, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki et al. 2015, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanaka 2015a, 54, 57, male, Honshu (Akita).
Nozaki 2016, 372, 380, mesonotum.
Tanida 2016, 117.
Type locality. Honshu (Tochigi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Subfamily Pseudostenophylacinae Schmid

Only one genus belonging to this subfamily is known from Japan.

Genus Pseudostenophylax Martynov

Nine species belonging to this genus have been recorded from Japan (Nozaki, 2013).

Pseudostenophylax befui Nozaki 2013

Pseudostenophylax befui Nozaki 2013, 575- 577, male, female, Honshu (Mie, Nara), Shikoku (Tokushima, Kochi).
Nozaki 2016, 82, 382, 438, 451, male, Shikoku (Kochi).
Tanida 2016, 118.
Type locality. Honshu (Tokushima), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Shikoku).

Pseudostenophylax dentilus (Kobayashi 1973)

Stenophylax dentilus Kobayashi 1973, 38-39, pl. 10, male, female, Honshu (Yamagata).
Pseudostenophylax dentilus (Kobayashi): Nozaki et al. 2000, 205, combination.
Nozaki 2013, 566-568, 577, male, female, larva, Honshu (Miyagi, Ymagata, Fukushima, Gunma, Niigata, Nagano).
Mikami et al. 2016, 11-14, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanida 2016, 118.
Pseudostenophylax ondakensis: Schmid, 1991, 23-24, pl. 2, male, Honshu (Nagano). Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (2003).
Type locality. Honshu (Yamagata), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Pseudostenophylax imanishii (Iwata 1928)

Drusus imanishii Iwata, 1928, 122-123, 127, 130, larva, case, Honshu (Gifu).
Tanida 2016, 118.
Type locality. Honshu (Gifu), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).
Remarks. This species was described only based on early instar larvae, which cannot be identified as a species (Nozaki, 2013).

Pseudostenophylax itoae Nozaki 2013

Pseudostenophylax sp. 1: Kuhara 2011, 53, 74.
Pseudostenophylax itoae Nozaki 2013, 571-573, 577, male, female, larva, Hokkaido (Ishikari, Iburi)
Type locality. Hokkaido (Eniwa-shi), Japan.
Tanida 2016, 118.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Pseudostenophylax kuharai Nozaki 2013

Pseudostenophylax sp.: Ito and Kubo 2011, 9.
Pseudostenophylax sp. 2: Kuhara 2011, 53, 74–75.
Pseudostenophylax kuharai Nozaki 2013, 570-572, 577, male, female, larva, Hokkaido (Tokachi, Kamikawa, Sorachi, Hidaka)
Tanida 2016, 118.
Type locality. Hokkaido (Shizunai-cho), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido).

Pseudostenophylax ondakensis (Iwata 1928)

Stenophylax ondakensis Iwata 1928, 120, 126, 130, larva, case, Honshu (Nagano).
Uéno 1935, 93, larva, case, Honshu (Nagano).
Tsuda 1945, 11-14, male, habitat, Honshu (Akita, Tochigi, Nagano).
Tsuda 1959, 148, larva, case.
Pseudostenophylax ondakensis: Schmid 1955, 111.
Fischer 1967, 154.
Fischer 1973, 44.
Tanida 1982b, 18, 28, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Tanida et al. 1991, 106, adult, pupa, larva.
Nozaki et al. 2000, 205.
Morita and Kawase 2004, 18, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Tanida 2008, 252, pl. 93, adult, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki 2013, 563-566, 577, male, female, larva, Honshu (Saitama, Tokyo, Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui, Yamanashi, Nagano, Gifu, Shizuoka, Nara).
Morita and Kawase 2012, 14, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Kimura and Hirabayashi 2013, 185, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Takenaka and Tojo, 2015, 61-62, Honshu (Nagano).
Mikami et al. 2016, 11-14, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki 2016, 81, 382, 439, 451, male, Honshu (Nagano).
Tanida 2016, 118.
Pseudostenophylax takaoensis Schmid 1991, 23-24, pl. 2, male, Honshu (Tokyo). Synonymized by Nozaki (2013).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 60, 196, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 205.
Morita and Kawase 2009, 28, Honshu (Ishikawa).
Type locality. Honshu (Nagano), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

Pseudostenophylax tanidai Nozaki 2013

Pseudostenophylax sp.: Tanida, 1990, 54, 56. Mentioned by Nozaki (2013).
Pseudostenophylax tanidai Nozaki 2013, 573-575, 577, male, female, larva, Honshu (Hyogo, Tottori), Shikoku (Efime, Kochi), Kyushu (Kumamoto).
Nozaki 2016, 382, 439, male, female.
Tanida 2016, 118.
Type locality. Honshu (Hyogo), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu).

Pseudostenophylax tochigiensis Schmid 1991

Pseudostenophylax tochigiensis Schmid 1991, 24, pl. 2, male, Honshu (Tochigi).
Nozaki 1997, 36, Honshu (Kanagawa).
Kagaya et al. 1998, 28, 60, 197, Honshu (Yamanashi).
Nozaki et al. 2000, 205.
Nozaki 2013, 560-563, 577, male, female, larva, case, Honshu (Miyagi, Tochigi, Saitama, Kanagawa, Niigata, Yamanashi, Nagano, Gifu, Shizuoka, Nara).
Nozaki et al. 2014, 32, Honshu (Nagano).
Mikami et al. 2016, 11-14, Honshu (Nagano).
Nozaki 2016, 372-373, 382, 439, male.
Tanida 2016, 118.
Pseudostenophylax ondakensis: Tanida, 1985, 197, larva, case. Misidentification mentioned by Nozaki (2013).
Pseudostenophylax sp.: Nozaki 2005a, 525, larva, case.
Type locality. Honshu (Tochigi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).
Remarks. Nozaki (2005a) used the figures of larva and case of P. ondakensis described by Tanida (1985) as Pseudostenophylax sp.

Pseudostenophylax tohokuensis Nozaki 2013

Pseudostenophylax tohokuensis Nozaki 2013, 567, 569, 577, male, female, larva, Honshu (Miyagi).
Tanida 2016, 118.
Type locality. Honshu (Miyagi), Japan.
Distribution. Japan (Honshu).

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