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SNAME  Anoplogenius cyanescens (Hope, 1845)
JNAME  kiberigomokumushi
Collection ground Kaminokuni cho, Hokkaido Pref. 1997/6/28
Distribution Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Ryukyu
Ecology around paddy field (Habu and Sadanaga 1965, Yahiro et al. 1992, Yahiro 2007, Lee et al. 2008), near the water (Habu 1973d), crop field (Inoue and Hanada 1979), riverbed (Terada 1983), bank (Aono 1987, Aono 1988), grassland in the riparian bank (Tanaka 1991b), grassland in the bank (Tanaka 1991b), pear orchard (Togashi and Ura 1994), fig orchard (Ishitani 1996), beach (Shiyake 1999), adult (Habu and Sadanaga 1965), The adults laid their eggs in our breeding room during late June and late July (Habu and Sadanaga 1965, Habu 1973d), summer (Tanaka 1991b), they preyed upon the eggs and larvae of Paederus fuscipes Curtis (Kurosa 1958), often coming flying to the lights in summer (Habu and Sadanaga 1965), attracted by black-light trap (Habu 1975c), collected by light trapping (Aono 1988, Yahiro 1997, Yahiro 2007)
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Remarks Harpalus cyanescens Hope, 1845, Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond., 4: 15 (China: Canton) (Habu 1973d), Harpalus cyanescens Hope, Megrammus circumcinctus Motschulsky, Anoplogenius circumcinctus Motschulsky, Anoplogenius cyanescens Hope, Chlaenius proximus Chaudoir, Bradycellus fimbriatus Bates (Habu 1973d) @