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Yamamoto, M. (2010)  Chironominae. In: Zusetsu, Nihon, No (eds). Japanese Association for Chironomidae Studies Yusurika (Japanese Chironomids with Illustrations) (In Japanese), pp. 158-259.  Bun-ichi Sogo Shuppan, Tokyo.

Yamamoto, M., Yamamoto, N., and Kimura, M. 2015.  Taxonomic notes on Chironomidae (Diptera) from Okinawa Island, Japan, with the description of three new species.  European Journal of Environmental Sciences 5: 101-115. (

Yamamoto, N., Suzuki, M. and Yamamoto, M. 2019.  Taxonomic notes on several Japanese chironomids (Diptera) described by Dr. M. Sasa(dec.) and his coauthors.  Japan. J. Syst. Ent. 25: 63-72.

Yamamoto, N. and Yamamoto, M. (2018)  Taxonomic information on some Japanese Chironomidae (Diptera) described by Dr. M. Sasa.  Zootaxa 4514: 516-528. (


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