1 Elytra, Tokyo, New Series, 1(1): July 31, 2011 Ecological Notes on Graphelmis shirahatai (NOMURA) (Coleoptera, Elmidae)and its Habitat in Niigata Prefecture, Honshu, Japan Yasuyuki IWATA Division of Sales and Public Information, Sales Department, Newron Sanitar Co., Ltd., Settaya-machi, Nagaoka-shi, Niigata, Japan Mail: laccotrephes Abstract Adults of Graphelmis shirahatai (NDBJG6) were collected from five sites in the branches of the Shinano-gawa, Nagaoka-shi, Niigata Prefecture. In this survey, several individuals of G. shirahatai were found from the upper stream, in contrast to them being mainly found in the middle and lower streams in previous studies. In addition, their habitat conditions such as water temperature, ph, river depth and width, and flow velocity were also recorded. Introduction Graphelmis shirahatai (NDBJG6) was described on two specimens from Yamagata Prefecture, Honshu, Japan (NDBJG6, 1958). This species was collected from Honshu (Miyagi, Tokyo, Niigata and Hyôgo) between the 1940s and 1970s (S6IDˆ, 1985; 1996; FJ?>L6G6, 2009), but from the 1980s to early 1990s, its collection was not recorded. Recently, this species was found in the Yahagi-gawa, Aichi Prefecture (YDH=>IDB>, 1996; K6B>I:, 2007) and Hii-kawa, Shimane Prefecture (H6N6H=> & S=>B696, 2006; H6N6H=>, 2007). It was categorized as a vulnerable (VU) species in the Red List (Ministry of the Environment, 2007). The late Dr. K. B676 collected this species from Niitsu-shi, Niigata Prefecture in 1965 and Table 1. Investigation data and obtained species on/in driftwood in each site. Site number Month/Day (in 2010) 7/8 7/15 7/23 7/19 7/31 8/24 8/6 7/22 8/24 7/15 8/26 9/19 Graphelmis shirahatai (NOMURA) Elmomorphus brevicornis S=6GE Dryopomorphus nakanei NDBJG6 Pseudamophilus japonicus NDBJG6 0 a /0 b 2/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 1/0 2/0 1/0 0/0 10/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 9/0 2/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 2/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 3/11 8/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 24/3 11/3 6/0 105/38 62/3 0/2 0/0 69/0 3/3 6/1 0/6 0/0 Water temperature ( ) ph Depth (cm) Width of a river (cm) , Flow velocity (m/sec) a: Number of collection adults. b: Number of collection larvae.
2 74 Yasuyuki IL6I6 Fig. 1. Adult specimen of Graphelmis shirahatai. Scale bar 1.0 mm (S6IDˆ, 1985). It was reported that this species was found in the Agano-gawa in 1994 and in the middle to lower streams of the Shinano-gawa from 1995 to 2005 (MLIT, 2007, 2009). I investigated the distribution of this species and its habitat along with dryopid and elmid species in the branches of the Shinano-gawa. Study Area I studied five sites in the branches of the Shinano-gawa, Nagaoka-shi, Niigata Prefecture (Table 1). I noted the latitude and longitude of each site from the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI, 2010). For each site, I determined the river form type (reach or segment) on the basis of the river morphology (the meander length of the channel and the number of ri%e and pool combination), and expressed by alphabet combination according to M>OJCD & GDH: (1993) and T6B6> et al. (1993). Site 1 (Fig. 2): Suyoshi-gawa, Hachibuse-machi ( N, E); altitude, 50 m; river form type, Bb (part where flow area narrows in mid stream). Site 2 (Fig. 3): Hakamazawa-gawa, Chiyazawa ( N, E); altitude, 80 m; river form type, Bb (Aa-Bb type partly exists in upper stream).
3 Habitat of Graphelmis shirahatai (NDBJG6) 75 Figs Survey sites (2, Site 1; 3, Site 2; 4, Site 4; 5, Site 5). Site 3: Shibumi-gawa, Kami-tomioka ( N, E); altitude, 25 m; river form type, Bb-Bc (intermediate type between middle and lower stream). Site 4 (Fig. 4): Kunizawa-gawa, Takeishi, Oguni-machi ( N, E); altitude, 110 m; river form type, Bb (Aa-Bb type partly existing in upper stream). Site 5 (Fig. 5): Oota-gawa, Muramatsu-machi ( N, E); altitude, 45 m; river form type, Bb (typical midstream). Methods Field investigation began in early July and continued until mid September 2010 (Table 1). I collected specimens by examining the surface of driftwood and cutting o# the rotten part to expose the inner areas. I also analyzed sand, dead branches, and leaves accumulated on the riverbed by scooping them up from the riverbed. The specimens were preserved in dry condition or fixed in 99% ethanol. The Dryopidae and Elmidae (adults and larvae) specimens obtained in this survey were identified on the basis of the following references: S6IDˆ(1985), YDH=>IDB> et al. (1999), YDH=>IDB> & S6IDˆ(2005), H6N6H=> (2009) and H6N6H=> & SDI6 (2010), and online references of H6N6H=> (2006) and NDBJG6 (2000). I measured the water temperature, ph, depth, width, and flow velocity of the river site; water temperature and ph were measured by using PORTABLE PH METER PH-009 (III) ATC (Sato-shoji corporation Co., Ltd.) and ph 6.86 bu#er solution (Hanna instruments Ltd.), respectively.
4 76 Yasuyuki IL6I6 Fig. 6. Map of Niigata prefecture. Using the blank map by the Travel Friend, Zen Tech. (2011). Results and Discussion Collection records. I found one dryopid (Elmomorphus brevicornis S=6GE) and three elmids (Dryopomorphus nakanei NDBJG6, Pseudamophilus japonicus NDBJG6 and Graphelmis shirahatai) adults from the driftwood in the survey sites (Table 1). In this paper, I have emphasized on the new finding of G. shirahatai (Fig. 1). The adults of G. shirahatai were collected from five sites between middle July and late August (Table 1). The appearance of the adults was almost similar to that described by H6N6H=> (2007) and YDH=>IDB> (1996). Graphelmis shirahatai larvae were not found during this survey. Most of the G. shirahatai adults were found on the surface of driftwood (Sites 1, 2, 4, and 5; Fig. 7) and on the rotting plywood in the riverbed (Site 5; Fig. 8). This is the first study, to the best of my knowledge, to find this species on the artificially processed wood. Only one adult was obtained from the riverbed in Site 3 by scooping. Measurement of the parameters at each survey site (river). The natural parameters of the collecting sites at the time of G. shirahatai were as follows (Table 1): water temperature, ; ph, ; depth, 4 24 cm; width of the river, 221 4,513 cm; and flow velocity, m/sec. The ph values found in this survey were within the range of environmental standard values for river water quality, i.e., ph (Ministry of the Environment, 1998) except on August 26, at Site 5 (Table 1). When I collected this species, both the water temperature and ph were high. However, I was
5 Habitat of Graphelmis shirahatai (NDBJG6) 77 Figs , Graphelmis shirahatai adult (red circle) on driftwood; 8, G. shirahatai adult (red circle) on rotting plywood. unable to determine its habitat condition from the measurements because the data were insu$cient. Other species of Dryopidae and Elmidae obtained from driftwood. In the present survey, I collected not only G. shirahatai but also one dryopid (Elmomorphus brevicornis S=6GE) and two elmids (Dryopomorphus nakanei NDBJG6 and Pseudamophilus japonicus NDBJG6) adults from the surface of driftwood at the survey sites (Table 1). Dryopomorphus nakanei and P. japonicus larvae were also obtained from driftwood, and P. japonicus individuals were observed at most sites. This species is designated as a near threatened (NT) species in the Red List of Japan and Niigata Prefecture (Ministry of the Environment, 2007; Niigata prefecture, 2001). Thus far, G. shirahatai was not obtained from the habitats dominated by P. japonicus, like the upper stream (Sites 2 and 4). YDH=>IDB> (1996) and H6N6H=> (2007) mentioned that the two elmid species Stenelmis vulgaris NDBJG6 and Stenelmis miyamotoi NDBJG6 et were often collected with G. shirahatai on driftwood; however, in the present survey, these species were not found. According to NDBJG6 & B676 (1961), both the species were recorded in Niigata Prefecture, though they were not recorded around Nagaoka-shi (Fig. 6). Y6B6N6 (1988) recorded neither of these two
6 78 Yasuyuki IL6I6 species in the insect fauna including elmid beetles near Sites 1 and 5. River morphology of adult habitat. I collected G. shirahatai adults not only from the middle to lower stream (Sites 1, 3, and 5) but also from the upper stream (Sites 2 and 4). These habitats have some particular features as follows: (1) the altitude is low, (2) the inclination is gradual, (3) the water volume is low, (4) the flow is not rapid, and (5) the river form type is Bb. In addition to these features, the habitats of G. shirahatai probably require abundant supply of food (driftwood). Acknowledgements I wish to express my deep gratitude to Dr. Hiroyuki YDH=>IDB> (Entomological Laboratory, Ehime University, Japan), Dr. Masakazu H6N6H=> (Hoshizaki Green Foundation, Shimane, Japan), and the referees for critically reviewing the original manuscript and forwarding their helpful suggestions. I am also indebted to Mr. Wakao M>N6<> (Saitama, Japan), for assistance with English grammar during the course of manuscript preparation, and Mr. Makoto T6>G6 (Saitama Prefectural Chichibu High School, Japan) for guiding me through this survey. I also thank everyone from Newron Saniter Co., Ltd. (Niigata, Japan) for showing great interest toward this survey. Graphelmis shirahatai References FJ?>L6G6, J., Notes on Elmidae from Hyogo Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. Kiberihamushi, Kobe, 32: (In GSI (Geospatial Information Authority of Japan), Map inspection service of Japan. Available from: watchizu.gsi.go.jp/ [Accessed 1 March 2011]. (In H6N6H=>, M., The picture book of Elmidae and Dryopidae in Sanin region, Japan. Available from: green-f.or.jp/heya/hayashi/himedoro/himedorotop.html [Accessed 1 Octorber 2010]. (In Ecological notes on the adult stage of Graphelmis shirahatai (NDBJG6) (Coloeptera, Elmidae). Elytra, Tokyo, 35: Description of larva of Dryopomorphus yaku YDH=>IDB> et S6IDˆwith distributional and ecological notes on the Japanese members of the genus Dryopomorphus H>CIDC (Coleoptera: Elmidae). Ent. Rev. Japan, Osaka, 64: &T.S=>B696, Records on Elmidae and Dryopidae from eastern area of Shimane Prefecture and Oki Islands, Japan. Bull. Hoshizaki Green Found., Shimane, (9): (In Japanese with English abstract.) &T.SDI6, Identification of elmid larvae (Coleoptera: Elmidae) from Sanin District of Honshu, Japan, based on mitochondrial DNA sequences. Ent. Sci., Tokyo, 13: K6B>I:, Y., Graphelmis shirahatai (NDBJG6) collected in Yahagi River after an interval of 8 years. Coleopterist s News, Tokyo, (158): 8. (In MLIT (Ministry of land, infrastructure, transport and tourism), River maintenance basis policy. Shinano-gawa
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