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Distribution path and Subregions of Japan (More Checklists)
Path: Continents - Eurasia - Asia - Far East - East Asia - Japan
Subregions: Bonin Islands, Honshu, Kyushu, Nansei Islands
Taxonomy for Ceratopogonidae (Biting midges) in Japan
Class
Japan
Insecta (Linnaeus, 1758) (Insects) - Systematics
 622 families, 8885 genera, 33027 species
Tree
Subclass
Japan
Pterygota (Lang, 1888) (Winged insects)
 618 families, 8865 genera, 33002 species
Tree
Infraclass
Japan
Neoptera (Van Der Wulp, 1890) (Wing-folding insects)
 593 families, 8749 genera, 32652 species
Tree
Superorder
Japan
Holometabola (Heider, 1889) (Holometabolous Insects)
 398 families, 7363 genera, 29183 species
Tree
Order
Japan
Diptera (Linnaeus, 1758) (True flies) - Systematics
 107 families, 1478 genera, 6511 species
Tree
Suborder
Japan
Nematocera (Latreille, 1825) (Long-horned flies)
 31 families, 487 genera, 2830 species
Site
Tree
Infraorder
Japan
Culicomorpha (Hennig, 1948) (Mosquitoes and Midges)
 7 families, 192 genera, 1232 species
Tree
Superfamily
Japan
Chironomoidea (Newman, 1834)
 2 families, 164 genera, 1029 species
Tree
Family
Japan
Ceratopogonidae (Newman, 1834) (Biting midges) - Systematics
 17 genera, 211 species
Site
Tree
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Genera200    worldwide
Species7.918    worldwide
Common namesBiting midges, No-see-ums, Midgies, Sand flies, Punkies
German namesGnitzen
Dutch namesKnutjes, Knijten, Knijsjes, Punkies
Danish namesMitter
Finnish namesPolttiaiset
Norwegian namesSviknott
Swedish namesSvidknott
Spanish namesPurrujas
AuthorNewman, 1834
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Continents:

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Ecozones:

Palaearctic
Nearctic
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Holarctic


Fossils:

Cenozoic
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Mesozoic


World Oceans:

Atlantic Ocean


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Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Denmark, Dominica, Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, France, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Mali, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, São Tomé and Príncipe, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Slovakia, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, USA, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Links and ReferencesCeratopogonidae in faunaeur.org
Ceratopogonidae in itis.gov
Ceratopogonidae in dyntaxa.se
Ceratopogonidae in Wikipedia (English)

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Species overview - Checklist for Ceratopogonidae in Japan
Species with ANext  
Alluaudomyia aterrivena (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Alluaudomyia pseudomarginalis (Wirth & Delfinado, 1964)Info
Alluaudomyia quinquepunctata (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Alluaudomyia sagaensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Alluaudomyia shogakii (Tokunaga, 1960)Info
Alluaudomyia spinosipes (Tokunaga, 1962)Info
Alluaudomyia undecimpunctata (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon brunnipes (Meigen, 1804)Info
Atrichopogon clavifuscus (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon dorsalis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon ezoensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon femoralis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon flavens (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon flaviscutellum (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon ilonae (Gosseries, 1989)Info
Atrichopogon jacobsoni (De Meijere, 1907)Info
Atrichopogon japonicus (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon kyotoensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon marginipilus (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Atrichopogon palmatus (Tokunaga, 1962)Info
Atrichopogon pilosipennis -> Forcipomyia veloxInfo
Atrichopogon rostratus (Winnertz, 1852)Info
Atrichopogon snyderi (Tokunaga, 1959)Info
Atrichopogon yoshimurai (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Species with BBack  Next  Top
Bezzia flava (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Bezzia flavipennis (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Bezzia kitaokai (Tokunaga, 1963)Info
Bezzia micronyx (Kieffer, 1921)Info
Bezzia minutistyla (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Brachypogon nipponensis (Wirth & Grogan, 1988)Info
Species with CBack  Next  Top
Ceratopogon abdominalis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Ceratopogon albitarsis -> Schizohelea leucopezaInfo
Ceratopogon basiflagellatus (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Ceratopogon montanus (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Ceratopogon monticolus (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Ceratopogon unguis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Ceratopogon yariensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Culicoides actoni (Smith, 1929)Info
Culicoides amamiensis -> Culicoides sumatraeInfo
Culicoides anophelis (Edwards, 1922)Info
Culicoides aomoriensis (Kitaoka, 1991)Info
Culicoides arakawae (Arakawa, 1910)Info
Culicoides arakawai (Arakawa, 1910)Info
Culicoides arnaudi (Wirth & Hubert, 1961)Info
Culicoides asiaticus (Gutsevich & Smatov, 1966)Info
Culicoides aterinervis (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Culicoides balius -> Culicoides crassipilosusInfo
Culicoides brevipalpis (Delfinado, 1961)Info
Culicoides brevitarsis (Kieffer, 1917)Horse hypersensitive biting midgeInfo
Culicoides charadraeus (Arnaud, 1956)Info
Culicoides circumscriptus (Kieffer, 1918)Info
Culicoides claggi (Tokunaga, 1959)Info
Culicoides clavipalpis (Mukerji, 1931)Info
Culicoides comosioculatus (Tokunaga, 1956)Info
Culicoides crassipilosus (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Culicoides cylindratus (Kitaoka, 1980)Info
Culicoides dendrophilus (Amossova, 1957)Info
Culicoides dubius (Arnaud, 1956)Info
Culicoides epactius -> Culicoides saninensisInfo
Culicoides erairai (Kono & Takahasi, 1940)Info
Culicoides fukudai (Wada, 1990)Info
Culicoides hasegawai (Kanasugi & Kitaoka, 2001)Info
Culicoides hayakawai (Kitaoka, 1984)Info
Culicoides hokkaidoensis (Kitaoka, 1984)Info
Culicoides homotomus (Kieffer, 1921)Info
Culicoides humeralis (Okada, 1941)Info
Culicoides indianus (Macfie, 1932)Info
Culicoides insularis (Kitaoka, 1980)Info
Culicoides jacobsoni (Macfie, 1934)Info
Culicoides japonicus (Arnaud, 1956)Info
Culicoides kyotoensis (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Culicoides kyushuensis (Wada, 1986)Info
Culicoides lacicola -> Culicoides sphagnumensisInfo
Culicoides litus -> Culicoides saninensisInfo
Culicoides longicercus (Kitaoka, 1980)Info
Culicoides longipennis (Khalaf, 1957)Info
Culicoides maculatus (Shiraki, 1913)Info
Culicoides mahensis -> Dasyhelea aurantiacaInfo
Culicoides matsuzawai (Tokunaga, 1950)Info
Culicoides midorensis (Arnaud, 1956)Info
Culicoides morisitai (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Culicoides nasuensis (Kitaoka, 1984)Info
Culicoides nipponensis (Tokunaga, 1955)Info
Culicoides nukabirensis (Wada, 1979)Info
Culicoides nunomemoguri (Kitaoka, 1980)Info
Culicoides nupurius (Kanasugi & Kitaoka, 2001)Info
Culicoides okazawai (Wada, 1990)Info
Culicoides okinawensis (Arnald, 1956)Info
Culicoides okumensis -> Culicoides actoniInfo
Culicoides omogensis (Arnaud, 1956)Info
Culicoides oxystoma -> Culicoides schultzeiInfo
Culicoides pastus (Kitaoka, 1980)Info
Culicoides peliliouensis (Tokunaga, 1936)Info
Culicoides peregrinus (Kieffer, 1910)Info
Culicoides ressi -> Culicoides dendrophilusInfo
Culicoides riethi (Kieffer, 1914)Info
Culicoides saninensis (Tokunaga, 1956)Info
Culicoides schultzei (Enderlein, 1908)Info
Culicoides sigaensis (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Culicoides sinanoensis (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Culicoides sphagnumensis (Williams, 1955)Info
Culicoides sumatrae (Macfie, 1934)Info
Culicoides tatebeae (Kitaoka, 1991)Info
Culicoides tobaensis (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Culicoides tohokuensis (Okada, 1941)Info
Culicoides tokunagai (Arnaud, 1956)Info
Culicoides towadaensis (Okada, 1941)Info
Culicoides toyamaruae (Arnaud, 1956)Info
Culicoides tsutaensis (Wada, 1990)Info
Culicoides wadai (Kitaoka, 1980)Info
Species with DBack  Next  Top
Dasyhelea arciforceps (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea aurantiaca (Kieffer, 1911)Info
Dasyhelea centridorsalis (Tokunaga, 1963)Info
Dasyhelea clavifula (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea crassipilosa (Tokunaga, 1956)Info
Dasyhelea curtiradialis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea curtivitta (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea dufouri (Laboulbene, 1869)Info
Dasyhelea flavoscutellata (Zetterstedt, 1850)Info
Dasyhelea kibunensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea kyotoensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea maritima (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea modesta (Winnertz, 1852)Info
Dasyhelea setoensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea simpliradialis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea subperfida (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea vittata (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea vittulae (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Dasyhelea yoshimurai (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Species with FBack  Next  Top
Forcipomyia acidicola (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Forcipomyia adhesipes (Macfie, 1932)Info
Forcipomyia anabaenae (Chan & Saunders, 1965)Info
Forcipomyia angelicae (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia anguliforceps (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia annulipes (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia astyla (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia atomaria (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia binigrimaculata (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia borbonica (Clastrier, 1959)Info
Forcipomyia breviforceps (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia brevipedicellata (Kieffer, 1901)Info
Forcipomyia claggi (Tokunaga, 1959)Info
Forcipomyia crinume (Tokunaga, 1932)Info
Forcipomyia edgari (Tokunaga & Murachi, 1959)Info
Forcipomyia esakiana (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia fasciata (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia fidens (Macfie, 1936)Info
Forcipomyia fuscimanus (Kieffer, 1921)Info
Forcipomyia fusicornis (Coquillett, 1905)Info
Forcipomyia glauca (Macfie, 1934)Info
Forcipomyia hikosanensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia ishikariensis (Yamashita, Kimatura & Nakamura, 1957)Info
Forcipomyia ishizuchiensis (Udaka, 1959)Info
Forcipomyia japonica (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Forcipomyia kii (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia kitasirakawae (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia kyotoensis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia longicornis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia maculipennis (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia magnipunctata (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia matsumurai (Kitaoka, 1994)Info
Forcipomyia mimima (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia minuta -> Forcipomyia acidicolaInfo
Forcipomyia monilis -> Forcipomyia glaucaInfo
Forcipomyia monticola (Kieffer, 1913)Info
Forcipomyia moriokensis (Kitaoka, 1994)Info
Forcipomyia murina (Winnertz, 1852)Info
Forcipomyia nasuensis (Kitaoka, 1994)Info
Forcipomyia neomonticola (Borkent, 1997)Info
Forcipomyia nipponica (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia nudocola (Tokunaga, 1973)Info
Forcipomyia regulus (Winnertz, 1852)Info
Forcipomyia sauteri (Kieffer, 1912)Info
Forcipomyia subauronitens (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia tokunagai -> Forcipomyia murinaInfo
Forcipomyia tsutsumii (Tokunaga, 1960)Info
Forcipomyia velox (Winnertz, 1852)Info
Forcipomyia ventralis (Borkent, 1997)Info
Forcipomyia vittata (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Forcipomyia walschaertsi (Gosseries, 1989)Info
Forcipomyia yoshimurai (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Species with LBack  Next  Top
Leptoconops nipponensis (Tokunaga, 1937)Info
Species with MBack  Next  Top
Mallochohelea shibayai (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Monohelea inflativena (Tokunaga, 1962)Info
Monohelea japonica (Udaka, 1959)Info
Species with NBack  Next  Top
Nilobezzia japana (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Nilobezzia javanensis (Macfie, 1934)Info
Nilobezzia nipponensis (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Nilobezzia setoensis (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Species with PBack  Next  Top
Palpomyia fulva (Macquart, 1826)Info
Palpomyia kyotoensis (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Palpomyia montana (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Palpomyia monticola (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Palpomyia serripes (Meigen, 1818)Info
Palpomyia sinanoensis (Tokunaga, 1939)Info
Palpomyia yasumatsui (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Probezzia sugiyamai (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Species with SBack  Top
Schizohelea leucopeza (Meigen, 1804)Info
Sphaeromias fasciatus (Meigen, 1804)Info
Sphaeromias pictus -> Sphaeromias fasciatusInfo
Stilobezzia alba (Tokunaga, 1940)Info
Stilobezzia amaniensis (Meillon, 1980)Info
Stilobezzia claripes (Gupta & Wirth, 1968)Info
Stilobezzia festiva (Kieffer, 1911)Info
Stilobezzia inermipes (Kieffer, 1912)Info
Stilobezzia monticola -> Stilobezzia amaniensisInfo
Stilobezzia notata (De Meijere, 1907)Info
Stilobezzia nudisthmostheca (Gupta & Wirth, 1968)Info
Stilobezzia subviridis (Macfie, 1934)Info
Stilobezzia tokunagai -> Stilobezzia claripesInfo
Stilobezzia zonata (Tokunaga, 1963)Info
211 Species in Ceratopogonidae for Japan listed
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Taxonomy
ClassInsecta
Insects, True insects
SubclassPterygota
Winged insects
InfraclassNeoptera
Wing-folding insects
SuperorderHolometabola
Holometabolous Insects
OrderDiptera
True flies, Mosquitoes, Gnats, Flies
SuborderNematocera
Long-horned flies, Mosquitoes
InfraorderCulicomorpha
Mosquitoes and Midges
SuperfamilyChironomoidea
FamilyCeratopogonidae
Biting midges, No-see-ums, Midgies, Sand flies, Punkies
AuthorNewman, 1834
 
Synonyms
Heleidae (Szeptycki & Imadaté, 1987)

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