Literature

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Sasakawa, M.1961Japanese Fungivoridae I. Records of eleven unknown species from Japan
Sasakawa, M.1961Japanese Fungivoridae II. New or little-known fungus gnats, with descriptions of five new species
Sasakawa, M.2002Notes on the Japanese Diptera Part 1
Sasakawa, M.2003Notes on the Japanese Diptera: Part 2
Sasakawa, M.2004Fungus gnats of the genus Neuratelia Rondani in Japan (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)
Sasakawa, M.2004Diadocidiidae and Borboropsidae (Insecta: Diptera) of Japan, with descriptions of two new species
Sasakawa, M., Ishizaki H.1999Fungus gnats of the genera Exechiopsis Tuomikoski and Pseudexechia Tuom. in Japan (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)
Sasakawa, M., Ishizaki H.2003Fungus gnats of the genera Anatella, Allodia and Cordyla in Japan (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)
Sasakawa, M., Tamu N.1961Japanese Fungivoridae (Diptera) III. New and little-known fungus gnats from the Tsushima Islands
Nakasuga, T., Sasakawa, M., Ogawa Y.1985New pests of the Sciaridae (Diptera) injurious to stored ginger-rhizomes
Park, G.Gyoo, Yoo, J., Sasakawa, M., Choo, H.Yul, Kim, H.Hwan, Lee H.Su1999Notes on newly recorded insect pest, Bradysia agrestis (Diptera: Sciaridae)
Sasakawa, M.1997New leaf miner and stem borer of Sciaridae (Diptera)
Sasakawa, M.1994Fungus gnats associated with flowers of the genus Arisaema (Araceae). Part 3. Sciaridae (Diptera)
Sasakawa, M.1983Two new species of Sciaridae (Diptera)
Koyama, M., Okamoto, T., Sasakawa M.2007Studies on ecology of Bradysia agrestis Sasakawa (Diptera, Mycetophilidae) attacking seed ginger
Matsumoto, R., Sasakawa M.2006A list of the holotype-specimens of Diptera described by Dr. M. Sasakawa and co-workers, and deposited in the Osaka Museum of Natural History
Sasakawa, M.2008Fungus Gnats (Insecta, Diptera, Mycetophilidae) of the Imperial Palace, Tokyo
Sasakawa, M.2005Fungus gnats, lauxaniid and agromyzid flies (Diptera) of the Imperial Palace, the Akasaka Imperial Gardens and the Tokiwamatsu Imperial Villa, Tokyo.
Sasakawa, M.2008A list of the dipterous specimens (Insecta) deposited in the Osaka Museum of Natural History.
Sasakawa, M.2009Oriental and Australasian Macrocera (Insecta: Diptera: Keroplatidae), with descriptions of eleven new species
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