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SNAME  Harpalus quadripunctatus ainus Habu et Baba, 1963
JNAME  ainugomokumushi
Collection ground  Ebetsu@city, Hokkaido Pref. 2009/6/7
Distribution Hokkaido
Ecology alpine zone (Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), forest of highland (Inoue 1977e), bareland (Higashi et al. 1983), margin of coniferous forest (Higashi et al. 1983), plantation's margin of Larix leptolepis saplings (Higashi et al. 1983), windy bare ground in the alpine region (Kimoto and Yasuda 1991, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), Pinus pumila community (Kimoto and Yasuda 1991, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), broad-leaved forest in low mountain region (Kimoto and Yasuda 1991, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), higher mixed forest (Kimoto and Yasuda 1990, Kimoto and Yasuda 1994, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), coniferous forest (Kimoto and Yasuda 1994), lower mixed forest (Kimoto and Yasuda 1994, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), snowy wet grassland of the alpine region (Kimoto and Yasuda 1992a, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), Betula ermanii forest (Kimoto and Yasuda 1992, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), Alnus maximowiczii forest (Kimoto and Yasuda 1992, Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), altherbosa (Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), mixed forest (Kimoto and Yasuda 1995), forest edge (Kato 2000), grassland (Hori 2001), forest (Hori 2002), Abies sachalinensis forest (Hori 2003)
Types male (Habu and Baba 1963), Sounkyo spa (Habu and Baba 1963), National Institute of Agricultural Sciences (Habu and Baba 1963)
Remarks Harpalus (Harpalus) quadripunetatus ainus Habu et Baba, 1963, Akitu, 11: 25-27, figs. 4-6 (Japan: Sounkyo spa, and Mt. Meakan) (Habu 1973d)