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AuthorM.A. Lieftinck
TitleFurther inquiries into the Old World species of Macromia rambur (Odonata)
JournalZoologische Mededelingen
Volume33
Year1955
Issue25
Pages251-277
ISSN0024-0672
AbstractI. DESCRIPTIONS AND RECORDS OF NORTHEAST ASIATIC SPECIES,
WITH

NOTES ON THE IMMATURE STAGES
Remarkably little is known of the species of Macromia occurring in the northern part and far eastern countries of continental Asia. In the following list I have enumerated chronologically all species at present known from the vast territory extending north of the Himalayas, Indo-China and the intermediate countries : 1. M. amphigena Selys 1871 (Bull. Acad. Belg. (2) 31: 537-538). — ♂ ♀ Japan. 2. M. fraenata Martin 1907 (Cat. Coll. Selys, 17, Cordul. : 71-72). — ♂ Korea. 3. M. spec. indet. Bartenef 1914 (Horae Soc. Ent. Ross. 41: 21-23, fig. 12). — ♂ ♀ N. Manchukuo (Station Imjanpo, East China railroad). 4. M. clio Ris 1916 (Supplem. Entom. 5: 67-68, pl. 3, fig. 1). — ♀ Formosa. 5. M. urania Ris 1916 (Supplem. Entom. 5: 68-70, fig. 42-43, pl. 3, fig. 2-3). — ♂ ♀ Tonkin. Further range: Hainan & E. China (Fukien). 6. M. sibirica Djakonov 1926 (Revue Russe d'Entom. 20: 228-231, fig. 3). — ♂ S.W. Sibiria, Novonikolaevsk, long. 83o E, lat. 55o Ν. 7. Μ. icterica Lieftinck 1929 (Tijdschr. Ent. 72: 64, 84-86, fig. 11-12). — ♂ S.E. China, Kwang Tung. 8. M. cantonensis Tinkham 1936 (Lingnan Sci. Journ. 15: 457-459). — ♂ ♀ S.E. China, Kwang Tung. 9. M. daimoji Okumura 1949 (Matsumushi, 3: 120-121, fig. 1 A-C). — ♂ ♀ Japan. (Syn. : M. tokyoensis Asahina 1949, ♂ ♀ Japan).
Classification42.75
Document typearticle
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