Yamatentomon yamato Imadate & Yosii, 1956, Imadate & Yosii, 1956

Bu, Yun, Potapov, Mikhail B. & Yin, Wen Ying, 2014, Systematic and biogeographical study of Protura (Hexapoda) in Russian Far East: new data on high endemism of the group, ZooKeys 424, pp. 19-57: 36

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.424.7388

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

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scientific name

Yamatentomon yamato Imadate & Yosii, 1956
status

 

Taxon classification Animalia Protura Acerentomidae

Yamatentomon yamato Imadate & Yosii, 1956  

Material examined.

4 females, 2 males, 2 maturi juniors, 1 Larva LII, locality 3, 20-IX-2009. coll. O. Smirnova; 2 females, 1 larva I, 1 larva II, locality 3, 24-IV-2010, coll. E. Sokolova & M. Potapov; 2 females, 3 males, 2 larvae II, locality 4, 10-IX-2011; 3 females, 1 males, 1 maturus junior, locality 5, 16-IX-2011; 5 females, 4 males, 3 maturi juniors, 3 larvae II, 1 males preimago, locality 7, 22-IX-2011. coll. Y. Bu, C. W. Huang, M. Potapov & V. Alpatov.

Distribution.

Northeast China; Japan; Korea; Russia (Far East: Primorsky Krai; Khabarovsk Krai). It was reported from Shkotovsky and Khasansky areas by Shrubovych (2014) and we found it from the same areas.