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愛媛県松山地方で魚肉金網トラップによって採集されたハエ類について


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Title: 愛媛県松山地方で魚肉金網トラップによって採集されたハエ類について
Other Titles: On the Flies Collected by Fish-Baited-Cage-Traps at Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, Japan
Authors: 仙頭, 照康 / 末永, 斂
Authors (alternative): Sento, Teruyasu / Suenaga, Osamu
Issue Date: 20-Mar-1970
Publisher: 長崎大学熱帯医学研究所 / Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University
Citation: 熱帯医学 Tropical medicine 12(1). p32-40, 1970
Abstract: Collections of flies by fish-baited-cage-traps were made once a week during from May 22, 1962 to March 17, 1964 at four points in the Experimental Research Station, Faculty of Agriculture, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan. The total number of flies trapped during a year at each point was 3791 on the average, while in two points where the breeding sources were rather numerous in the neighborhood as many flies as about 5000 were obtained. Of 38 total species, including 26~31 ones in each point, Ph. demandata, S. discolor, M. itoi, and T. flavinervis were new species collected by the trap of this type. L, illustris was the greatest, and L. sericata, C. grahami, B. peregrina, and C. lata were much greater in number in every points. The former two were breeding mostly in the garbage piles in the open pits and the latter three were mostly breeding in the privies or in the open privy-storage-pits found in the premises of the Station. The three types of the seasonal activity of the flies were observed: The first type had two peaks, the first and higher one in spring and the second and lower one in autumn; th second type had two peaks with second and higher one in autumn; the third type had no such notable peaks becoming somewhat numerous in autumn. Generally speaking, however, most predominant fly species are active in breeding in May to June, and in late September to early October, decreasing in breeding activity in mid and late summer.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/4068
ISSN: 03855643
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 12, No. 1

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