Empria quadrimaculata Takeuchi, 1952

Shinohara, Akihiko, Hara, Hideho & Prous, Marko, 2015, Host plants of Empria sawflies (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae) in Japan include Rhododendron (Ericaceae), Zootaxa 4007 (1), pp. 143-148: 144-145

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4007.1.13

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03AB8781-2D7B-FFD6-FF46-F8B4FB59FF65

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scientific name

Empria quadrimaculata Takeuchi, 1952
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Empria quadrimaculata Takeuchi, 1952 

Specimens examined. [Probably Takarazuka, HyogoAbout Hyogo pref., Honshu]: 1 ♀ 1 ♂, “Noibara [= Rosa multiflora  ], D, 3. IV. 62, emerged”; 1 ♀, “Noibara, D, head yellow, lateral maculae, 26. III. 63, emerged, No. 1, 9. IV, dead”; 1 ♂, “Noibara, Nawashiro [?= Rubus parvifolius  ] D, 8 -IV. 62 cocooned, 26. III. 63 emerged”; 1 ♂, “Yabuhebiichigo [= Potentilla indica  ], 29. III. 63 emerged”; 1 ♀, “Yabuhebiichigo, No. 8, 12. IV. dead”. All in MNHAH.

Host plants. Rosaceae  : Rosa multiflora  , Potentilla indica (Andrews) Th.Wolf.  ,? Rubus parvifolius  L. Remarks. On a label of one specimen, Inomata noted “Nawashiro”, whose meaning is not entirely clear. It is probably an abbreviated word for “Nawashiro-Ichigo”, a Japanese name for Rubus parvifolius  .

Hyogo

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