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[On the taxonomic status of Trioza silvarnis Hodkinson, 1974 (Homoptera: Psyllodea), The genus Episymploce Bey-Bienko. VI. Species from Taiwan and the Japanese Islands. (Dictyoptera: Blattaria, Blattellidae)]

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[The following 4 species and 2 subspecies of Episymploce, found in Taiwan and the Japanese Islands, are described: atnatniensis Asahina, asahinai Roth, formosana formosana (Shiraki), formosana yoshinoe Asahina, hassenzana sp. n., and taiheizana Asahina. A key for males, and distribution checklists for the world species are given, and species groups are defined., On the basis of nymphal chaetotaxy, Trioza silvarnis Hodkinson, 1974, originally described as a subspecies of Trioza curvatinervis Förster, is stated to be a distinct species. Full information concerning the type material is given.]


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