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Junhao Huang
Zhejiang A & F University
17Publications
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#1Jiahuan LuH-Index: 1
#2Junhao HuangH-Index: 2
Last.Runzhi Zhang (CAS: Chinese Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 3
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Based on specimen examination and previous records, we provide a checklist including 146 species from 51 genera and 10 tribes of the weevil subfamily Ceutorhynchinae in China. Of these species, the following 18 are reported in China for the first time: Amalus scortillum (Herbst, 1795), Ceutorhynchus filiae Dalla Torre, 1922, Dieckmannius ingensColonnelli, 1993, Dieckmannius sexnotatus (A. Schultze, 1899), Nedyus quadrimaculatus (Linnaeus, 1758), Zacladus stierlini (A. Schultze, 1902), Auleutes e...
#2Kai ShiH-Index: 1
Last.Hong WuH-Index: 1
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Two morphologically similar species of the fungicola species group of Bradysia Winnertz, 1867 were studied in China: Bradysia chenjinae Yang, Zhang & Yang, 1993 and Bradysia minorlobus Yang, Shi & Huang sp. n. The morphological species concepts were supported by the DNA barcodes of COI sequences. The genetic distances of 16 Bradysia fungicola group species were analyzed and a neighbor-joining tree was constructed. The morphological characters of both Chinese species were described and illustrate...
#1Junhao Huang (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 2
#2Hiraku YoshitakeH-Index: 4
Last.Motomi Ito (UTokyo: University of Tokyo)H-Index: 27
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The genus Cardipennis Korotyaev, 1980 (Ceutorhynchinae: Ceutorhynchini) was studied on the basis of detailed morphological observations of various materials. Different scale patterns within a species are found for all the three species. Based on the external morphology and genitalia characteristics, Cardipennis rubripes (Hustache, 1916), C. sulcithorax (Hustache, 1916), and C. shaowuensis (Voss, 1958) are redescribed, with new records of C. rubripes from mainland China. Cardipennis species are m...
#1Ke-Long Jiao (Tianjin Agricultural University)
#2Hao Wang (Tianjin Agricultural University)
Last.Peter KolesikH-Index: 9
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Chinese hickory, Carya cathayensis Sargent (Juglandaceae), is a tree naturally occurring and industrially grown in China for the nuts that are valued for their taste and nutrient content. Larvae of a previously unknown species of gall midge were found feeding on male and female inflorescences of Carya cathayensis in Zhejiang and Anhui Provinces in eastern China, reducing pollination and fruit development, and causing substantial damage to the nut industry. The new species is named Contarinia car...
#1Jun Xu (Zhejiang A & F University)
#2Kai ShiH-Index: 1
Last.Hong Wu (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 1
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The genus Mohrigia Menzel, 1995 from China is reviewed and 20 species are recognized. Among them, nine new species, M. angusta sp. nov., M. cylindrata sp. nov., M. inflata sp. nov., M. globulosa sp. nov., M. notolobos sp. nov., M. ovoidea sp. nov., M. scrobiculata sp. nov., M. subrhynchophysa sp. nov., M. truncatula sp. nov., are described with detailed illustrations, and one described species, M. hippai Menzel, 1995 is reported for the first time from China. Lycoriella longirostris Yang, Zhang ...
#1Junhao Huang (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 2
#2Kai ShiH-Index: 1
Last.Hong Wu (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 1
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ABSTRACT: The genus Pseudozygoneura Steffan (1969) is recorded and revised from China for the first time, and includes eleven species. Six new species, P. hexacantha sp. nov., P. brachyacantha sp. nov., P. bifida sp. nov., P. triacantha sp. nov., P. robustispina sp. nov. and P. quadridentata sp. nov. are described herein and illustrated in detail. Another five species, P. latidactyla Hippa, Vilkamaa & Heinakroon, 1998, P. index Hippa, Vilkamaa & Heinakroon, 1998, P. kirkspriggsi Hippa, Vilkamaa ...
#1Junhao HuangH-Index: 2
#2Hiraku YoshitakeH-Index: 4
Last.Motomi ItoH-Index: 27
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The genus Scleropteroides Colonnelli, 1979 (Ceutorhynchinae: Scleropterini) was revised on the basis of detailed morphological observations. The genus was redefined to include three species from East Asia: S. hypocrita (Hustache, 1916) is redescribed and recorded from northeastern China and northern Korea for the first time; S. horridulus (Voss, 1958) is redescribed with new records from southern Korea; S. insularis Voss, 1971 was moved from synonymy with S. hypocrita to that with S. horridulus ...
#1Boris A. Korotyaev (RAS: Russian Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 7
#2Hiraku YoshitakeH-Index: 4
Last.Junhao Huang (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 2
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Homorosoma horridulum Voss 1958 (Curculionidae: Ceutorhynchinae) was described from Kuatun, China, based on two specimens in the J. Klapperich collection. Since that time it has been uninvestigated for more than half a century, except by Colonnelli (2004), who listed it in his world catalogue of the subfamily. The recent examination of the holotype of H. horridulum revealed that it should be placed in the genus Scleropteroides Colonnelli 1979. In addition, Scleropteroides specimens from Taiwan a...
#1Kai ShiH-Index: 1
#2Junhao Huang (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 2
Last.Hong WuH-Index: 1
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The taxonomy of the genus Peyerimhoffia Kieffer in China was studied. Eight species were recognized, including seven new species that are herein described and illustrated: P. hamata sp. n., P. obesa sp. n., P. sparsula sp. n., P. longiprojecta sp. n., P. brachypodua sp. n., P. yunnana sp. n., and P. shennongjiana sp. n. In addition, P. vagabunda (Winnertz, 1867) is reported for the first time from China. A key to these Chinese species is provided.
#1Hong Wu (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 1
#2Kai Shi (Zhejiang A & F University)H-Index: 1
Last.Su-Jiong ZhangH-Index: 1
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The genus Dol ichosciara from China is reviewed and 17 species are recognized. Among them, eight new species, D. sparsula sp. nov., D. gracilenta sp. nov., D. oxyacantha sp. nov., D. scrobiculata sp. nov., D. tumidula sp. nov., D. rectospinosa sp. nov., D. multisetosa sp. nov. and D. qingliangfengana sp. nov. are described and seven species, D. ninae (Antonova, 1977), D. megumiae (Sasakawa, 1994), D. orcina (Tuomikoski, 1960), D. semiferruginea (Menzel, 1995), D. hippai Komarova & Vilkamaa, 2006...
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