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Hosoishi Shingo Last modified date:2024.06.03

Assistant Professor / Tropical Crops & Environment Section / Institute of Tropical Agriculture


Papers
1. Matsuura K, Hosoishi S, A remarkable new species from the pygmaea species group of the genus Carebara Westwood, 1840 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Myrmiciane) from Cambodia, Far Eastern Entomologist, 496, 1-9, 2023.03.
2. Yamane Sk, Hosoishi S. , A new Myrmamblys species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Camponotus) found on Tokashiki-jima, the Central Ryukyu Islands, Japan, Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology, 29, 2, 261-264, 2023.07.
3. Hosoishi, S., Maruyama, M., Yamane, Sk., Jaitrong, W., Hashim, R., Syaukani, S., Itioka, T., Sokh, H., Meleng, P. and Pham, T.H., Multilocus phylogeny and historical biogeography of the Crematogaster inflata-group (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Southeast Asia., Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2023.07, A recent molecular phylogeny of the genus Crematogaster reclassified some members of the former subgenera Paracrema
and Physocrema into the C. inflata-group, now comprised of five species: C. ampullaris, C. inflata, C. modiglianii, C. onusta
and C. subcircularis. Here, a molecular analysis of the Crematogaster inflata-group and eight other species of the former
subgenus Physocrema (C. aurita, C. difformis, C. mucronata, C. physothorax, C. sewardi, C. tanakai, C. vacca and C.
yamanei) is conducted using a total of c. 4 kb of sequence data from six nuclear protein-coding genes and two mitochondrial
genes. Monophyly of the C. inflata-group is strongly supported. A revised morphological delineation of the subgroups is
proposed, supported by the molecular phylogeny: three morphologically distinct subgroups, the C. difformis-subgroup,
the C. vacca-subgroup and the C. inflata-subgroup. Molecular dating and biogeographical analyses indicate that the C.
inflata-group originated in the Sundaic region around the Middle Miocene 12 Mya and diversified from the Late Miocene
to Pliocene. Ancestral state reconstructions indicate that the C. inflata-group diversified from an ancestor with a swollen
propodeum and circular-shaped metapleural gland opening. Biogeographical reconstruction indicates that dispersal to
peripheral areas and allopatry due to sea-level changes shaped the evolutionary history of the C. inflata-group..
4. Yamane Sk, Hosoishi S, Kawamura K., Notes on Camponotus keihitoi Forel, 1913, a Japanese carpenter ant with metapleural glands (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), 28, 2, 191-197, 2022.12.
5. Hosoishi, S, A new species of the ant genus Crematogaster from Vietnam, Esakia , 55, 60-63, 2022.12.
6. Hosoishi S, Rahman M, Sokh H., Exotic ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Cambodia, Far Eastern Entomologist, 460, 15-24, 2022.08.
7. Hosoishi S, Yamane Sk, Sokh H, Discovery of a new phragmotic species of the ant genus Carebara Westwood, 1840 (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) from Cambodia, Journal of Hymenoptera Research, 2022.06, Several phragmotic species in the ant genus Carebara Westwood, 1840 with a cephalic shield are known from the Old World, but species with an anteriorly truncated head seem to be unknown until now. A new species, resembling the phragmotic workers of the ant genus Colobopsis, is here described as Carebara colobopsis Hosoishi & Yamane, sp. nov., based on major and minor worker found in Cambodia. This new species is similar to Carebara acutispina (Xu) and C. obtusidenta (Xu) in some important characters, but distinguished from the latter two by distinct metanotum and deep groove in front of metanotal disc in the major worker, and longer head and deep metanotal groove in the minor worker. This is the first confirmed record of a truncated phragmotic head in the major worker of the genus Carebara. We propose the Carebara acutispina species group to include all the three species, present a diagnosis of this group, and provide a key to species based on the major and minor worker castes..
8. Yamane, Sk., Hosoishi, S. and Ito, F., Japanese Tetramorium queens: identification key and species diagnoses (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Myrmicinae), ZooKeys, 1084, 43-64, 2022.03.
9. Yamane, Sk., Hosoishi, S., Syaukani S., Taxonomic notes on rattan-inhabiting ants of the genus Camponotus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), Zoosystematica Rossica , 30, 175-182, 2021.04.
10. Hosoishi, S., Yamane, Sk. and Sokh, H., A third species of the rare ant genus Rotastruma (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Cambodia, with illustrated generic diagnoses and key to species. , Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, 68, 2, 225-233, 2021.07.
11. Md. Rahman, M., Hosoishi, S., Ogata, K. , Haplotype diversity and distribution pattern of Oecophylla smaragdina (Fabricius) (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in Bangladesh based on mitochondrial COI genes., Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, 24, 1, 96-104, 2021.04.
12. Hosoishi, S., Md Rahman, M. and Ogata, K., First record of Myrmicinosporidium durum (Fungi) parasitizing Pheidole nodus and P. indica (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Japan, Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology, 26, 1, 40-42, 2020.06.
13. Okido, H., Ogata, K. and Hosoishi, S., Taxonomic revision of the ant genus Myrmecina (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Southeast Asia, Bulletin of the Kyushu University Museum, 17, 1-108, 2020.06.
14. Hosoishi, Shingo, A new subterranean Crematogaster with one ommatidium from Cambodia, based on morphology and DNA (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae , 2019.11.
15. Hosoishi, S., Md Rahman, Murakami, T., Park, S.-H., Kuboki, Y. and Ogata, K., Winter activity of ants in an urban area of western Japan., Sociobiology, 2019.08.
16. Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Cryptic diversity in the widespread Asian ant Crematogaster rothneyi (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) inferred from morphological and genetic evidence, Zoological Studies, 2019.06, The myrmicine species Crematogaster rothneyi is one of the most widely distributed ants in Asia, but it
has rarely been collected in the field. Its distribution range covers South and Southeast Asia, extending
approximately 5,000 km from India in the west to Sulawesi in the east. Despite this wide distribution
range, C. rothneyi has been treated as a single taxonomic species, and no combined morphological or
molecular analysis has been conducted to assess whether any intraspecific variation exists. The sequence
divergences of C. rothneyi populations, mainly obtained from Southeast Asia, were investigated by
analyzing 387 bp and 175 bp sequences of the 12S ribosomal RNA and cytochrome c oxidase subunit
(COI) genes, respectively. Phylogenetic analysis indicated that the C. rothneyi populations were separated
into three groups: group I from Thailand and Cambodia, group II from Bangladesh and Myanmar, and
group III from Krakatau and Sulawesi. Groups II and III were recovered as a single clade, sister to group
I. The interspecific divergences were 7.3% to 8.5% for 12S and 14.5% to 23.3% for COI between most C.
rothneyi specimens and Cambodian specimens, while divergence for 12S was 3.5% between Thai and
Cambodian specimens. The Thai specimens are not morphologically differentiated, and are considered
conspecific to C. rothneyi. We describe the Cambodian series as a new species, Crematogaster yaharai
sp. nov., based on unique antennal morphology and mesosomal sculpture patterns with molecular
evidence. Crematogaster rothneyi civa Forel, 1902 is synonymized under C. rothneyi. Crematogaster
rothneyi is widespread and has sister species, suggesting recent diversification within the Indochinese
Peninsula..
17. Hosoishi, S., Park, S.-H., Tagane, S., Md. Mamunur Rahman and Ogata, K., Domatia of the ant-plant Hydnophytum formicarum (Rubiaceae) captured as nests by two widespread ant species, Tapinoma melanocephalum and Tetramorium nipponense (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Entomological News, 2018.06, 東南アジアにおいて漢方薬にも用いられる観葉植物Hydnophytum formicarumはアリ植物としても知られ、特定のアリが共生関係を持つ。カンボジアにおいて森林伐採が進行する地域で地面に落ちた当アリ植物が本来のアリではなく、外来アリのTapinoma melanocephalumと広域分布種のTetramorium nipponenseに利用されていることが明らかにされた。広域分布種のT. nipponenseについてはDNA情報を取得して日本産の集団と比較し、同じ種であることが明らかにされた。アリとアリ植物の関係は強固であるが、森林伐採による環境変化はこれらの広域分布種が侵入しやすくなる状態を生み出していることを示唆した。.
18. Md. Mamunur Rahman, Hosoishi, S. and Ogata, K., Phylogenetic position of the western Bangladesh populations of weaver ant, Oecophylla smaragdina (Fabricius) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Sociobiology, 64, 437-441, 2017.06.
19. Hosoishi, S. and Ogata, K., Phylogenetic analysis and systematic position of two new species of the ant genus Crematogaster (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Southeast Asia., European Journal of Taxonomy, 370, 1-17, 2017.06.
20. Md. Mamunur Rahman, Hosoishi, S. and Ogata, K., Phylogenetic analysis reveals the overlapping distribution of the Indian and Southeast Asian clades of Oecophylla smaragdina (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in central Bangladesh., Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 62, 429-434, 2017.06.
21. Hosoishi, S., Hashimoto, Y., Park, S.-H., Yamane, Sk. and Ogata, K., A comparison of ground-dwelling and arboreal ant assemblages (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in lowland forests of Cambodia., The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 65, 416-425, 2017.06, カンボジアの森林におけるアリ相を天然林、二次林、コミュニティ林それぞれについて地上性と樹上性分けて明らかにした。計101種のアリが記録され、天然林では61種、二次林では52種、コミュニティ林では41種が見られた。多変量解析により、コミュニティ林と天然林・二次林の間にはアリ群集に違いが見られ、地上性と樹上性の群集で異なっていることが明らかになった。地上性と樹上性の重なり具合が森林タイプによって異なり、天然林と二次林では重なりが少なかった。.
22. Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Discovery of a new Crematogaster species with 10-segmented antennae from the Indochina region, with description of the species and its phylogenetic position (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). , Annals of the Entomological Society of America , 109, 5, 805-811, 2016.05.
23. Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Systematics and biogeography of the ant genus Crematogaster Lund subgenus Orthocrema Santschi in Asia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). , Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society , 176, 547-606, 2016.05.
24. Shingo Hosoishi, Sang-Hyun Park, Kazuo Ogata, A contribution to the knowledge of ant genera of Cambodia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). , Cambodian Journal of Natural History , 2015, 2, 144-147, 2015.05.
25. Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Taxonomy and DNA sequencing of Crematogaster coriaria Mayr, 1872 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) with redescriptions of the worker, queen and male castes. , Psyche, .2015, 1-8, 2015.05.
26. Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Review of the Crematogaster popohana-group with description of a new species from the Indochinese Peninsula (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). , Asian Myrmecology, 7, 11-18, 2015.05.
27. Shingo Hosoishi, Wattanachai Tasen, Sang-Hyun Park, Le Ngco Anh, Yuzuru Kuboki, Kazuo Ogata, Annual fire resilience of ground-dwelling ant communities in Hiraodai Karst Plateau grassland in Japan. , Entomological Science, 18: 254–261., 254-261, 2015.05.
28. Shingo Hosoishi, Revision of the Crematogaster ranavalonae-group in Asia, with the descriptions of two new species (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). , Journal of Hymenoptera Research, 42, 63-92, 2015.05.
29. Seiki Yamane, Shingo Hosoishi, Second Vietnamese species of the myrmicine genus Lophomyrmex (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). , Halteres , 5, 64-68, 2014.05.
30. Sang-Hyun Park, Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Yuzuru Kuboki, Clustering of ant communities and indicator species analysis using self-organizing maps. , Comptes Rendus Biologies , 337, 545-552, 2014.05.
31. Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Rediscovery and DNA sequencing of Leptanilla tanakai Baroni Urbani (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Yakushima Island, Japan, Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology, 20, 1, 25-26, 2014.05.
32. Shingo Hosoishi, Kazuo Ogata, Description and DNA barcoding of Crematogaster fraxatrix Forel, 1911 and two new closely related species from Cambodia and Indonesia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., ZooKeys, 374, 57-68, 2014.05.
33. Shingo Hosoishi, Le Ngoc Anh, Seiki Yamane, Kazuo Ogata, Ant diversity in rubber plantations (Hevea brasiliensis) of Cambodia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Asian Myrmecology, 5, 69-77, 2013.05.
34. Shingo Hosoishi, Sang-Hyun Park, Seiki Yamane, Kazuo Ogata, Species composition of ant prey of the pitcher plant Nepenthes bokorensis Mey (Nepenthaceae) in Phnom Bokor National Park, Cambodia., Cambodian Journal of Natural History, 2012, 3-7, 2012.05.
35. Shingo Hosoishi, Revision of the Crematogaster brevis complex in Asia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Zootaxa, 3349, 18-30, 2012.06.
36. Hosoishi, S., Yamane, S. and Ogata, K., Subterranean species of the ant genus Crematogaster in Asia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Entomological Science, 13, 345-350, 2011.06.
37. Hosoishi, S., Yamane, S. and Ogata, K. , An evaluation of infraspecific taxa in Crematogaster (Paracrema) modiglianii (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) by nest series samples. , Myrmecological News, 14, 123-128, 2011.06.
38. Hosoishi, S., A new species from Crematogaster the subgenus Orthocrema in Asia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology, 15, 1, 259-262, 2009.06.
39. Hosoishi, S. and Ogata, K. , On the identity of Crematogaster schimmeri Forel, 1912 and the distribution of subgenus Decacrema in Asia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). , Asian Myrmecology, 3, 1-3, 2009.06.
40. Hosoishi, S. and Ogata, K. , A taxonomic revision of the Asian endemic subgenus Physocrema of the genus Crematogaster (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Zootaxa, 2062, 15-36, 2009.04.
41. Hosoishi, S. and Ogata, K. , The ant genus Crematogaster Lund, subgenus Physocrema Forel, in the Indochinese Peninsula (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). , Asian Myrmecology, 2, 1-10, 2008.06.
42. Hosoishi, S. and Ogata, K. , The relationship between the antennal club and the antennal sensilla in Crematogaster ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). , Sociobiology, 53, 3, 755-766, 2008.06.