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Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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Journal DOI :
The Korean Society of Systematic Zoology
Editor in Chief :
Cheon Young Chang, Mann Kyoon Shin
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Volume 10, Issue 2 - Dec 1994
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Jun 1994
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A New Species of Eurypauropus (Pauropoda: Eurypauropodidae) from Korea
Tae-Ho Yoon ; Kyu-Chin Kim ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 125~130
A new species of Eurypauropus collected from Mt. Mudung in southwestern part of Korea is described . It related to E. okinoshimensis Esaki, but is distinguished from the latter species by the larger body size and unequal length to antennal braches. This is the first report of the genus in Korea.
Systematic Studies on Syllidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) from the South Sea and the East Sea in Korea
Jong Wui Lee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 131~144
The following accounts of the family Syllidae are based upon the materials which have been collected from 39 localities in the cost of South Sea and the East Sea in Korea during the period from July, 1980 to November, 1991. as a result of systematic examination, four species are known to be new to Korean fauna which are described and illustrated ; Haplosyllis spongicola, Paraspphaerosyllis ezoensis, Opisthosyllis brunea ; O.viridis.
The Zoeal Stages of Pilumnus minutus De Haan, 1835 (Decapoda ; Brachyura: Pilumnidae) in the laboratory
Hyun Sook Ko ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 145~155
The zoeal development of the pilumnid crab, Pilumnus minutus De Haan, 1835 consisted of 4 zoeal stages. The duration of the zoeal stages was at least 15 days at
. The morphology of the zoeal stage is described in detail, and comparisons are made with the known larvae of other species of the family pilumnidae. The Pilumnus minutus zoea strongly resembles zoeae of other species of the genus Pilumnus in the mouthpart setation and the carapace spines, but shows some differences in the abodominal lateral knobs. the Pilumnus minutus zoea has some affinities with the Parapilumnus trispinosus zoea by having the abodominal lateral knobs on somites 2, 3, 4 and 5.
A taxonomic study on Lachnidae(Homoptera, Aphidoidea) of Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 157~187
This study includes the taxonomy , and a key to species of aphids in the family Lachnidae from Korea. Specimens examined in this study were collected from 24 kinds of plants. Samplings were accomplished at 95 localities in Korea from March, 1987 to August, 1994. A list of Korean lachnids are as follows. *1. Chinara atlantica (Wilson, 1919), *.2. C. cembrae(Seitner, 1936), *3. C. formosana (Takahashi, 1924), *4. C. fresai Blanchard, 1939, *5. C. idahoensis Knowlton,1935, 6. c. juniperi (de Geer, 1773), 7.C.kochi Inouye,1939, *8. C. laridicola (Matsumura, 1917), *9. C. laricis (Hartig, 2839), *10. C.longipennis (Matasumura, 1917), 11. C. orientalis (Takahashi, 1925), *12. C. pinidensiflorae(Essig & Kuwana, 1918), *13. C. piniformosana(Takahashi, 1923), *14 C. shinjii Inouye, 1938, *15. c. tujafilina (Del Guercio, 1909), *16 . c. watanabei Inouye, 1970, *17. C. togyuensis Seo. 1994. *18. C. deodarae Seo. 1994, *19. Eulachnus agilis (Kaltenbach, 1843), *20. E. pumilae Inouye, 1939, *21. E. thunbergi (Wilson, 1919), *22. Schizolachnus orientalis (Takahashi, 1924) , 23. Lachnus, Chosoni Szelegiewicz, 1975, 24. L. japonicus (Matsumura, 1917) , *.25. L. tropicalis 9van der Goot, 1916), *.26. Maculolachnus sumbacula (Walker, 1848), *27. M. paiki Seo. 1994, *28 Nipppolachnus piri Matsumura, 1917, 29. Stomaphis asiphon Szelegiewica, 1975, *30. S. japonica Takahashi, 1960, *31. S. yanonis Takahashi , 1918 , *32. Tuberolachnus salignus *(Gmelin, 1790). Of them , 27 species preceded by an asterisk were observed in this study, and keys to these 27 Korean lachnids are provided . The relationship between Korean lachnids and their host plants, and geogrpahical distribution are discussed.
Two Species of Celleporaria (Cheilostomata: Bryozoa) from Korea
Ji Eun Seo ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 189~197
Two species of the ascophoran bryozoan genus Celleporaria, Celleporaria triangula, n.sp. and C. fusca, are described from Korean waters, C. fusca is reported from the North Pacific Ocean for the fist time.
Life Cycle of Coryne pusilla Gaertner, 1774 (Hydroida: Corynidae) in Chakyak Island, Korea
Park, Jung-Hee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 199~205
In the life cycle of Coryne pusilla Gaertner, a medusa is lacking and the planula larvae represent the only known dispersive stage. The planula larvae crawled on the surface of culture vessel for about 21 hours after release, and settle down and start metamprohosis.
Systematic Study on Some Intersititial Collembola (Insecta) from Sand Dunes of Korean Western Coast
Byung-Hoon Lee ; Jin-Tae Kim ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 207~215
The present study deals with four species of interstitial Collembola from South Korea. They are new to science and as follows : Pseudonurida longisetosa n.sp., Onychiurus donjiensis n. sp., O. jindoensis n. sp.m, and Folomia minuta n. sp.. Two speices of them, Pseudanurida longisetosa and Folsomia minuta n. sp. were collected from shell heap. So far eleven halophilous species of Collembola, including species to be recorded in this paper, were reported from the Korean peninsula.
Naupliar Development of Harpacticus nipponicus Ito (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Harpacticidae) Reared in the Laboratory
Park, Kyung-Hwa ; Kim, Chang hyun ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 217~229
The napuliar stages of Harpaciticus nipponicus Ito reared in the laboratory are descirbed and illustrated in detail. Ovigerous females of h. nipponicus were collected from the intertidal zone of Kuryongpo Yougil-gun Kyongangbuk-do. Korea. This species passed through 6 naupilar stages before metamorphosis to the first copepodid stage. At
, the first copepo양 stage was attained in 6-8 (mean 7 ) days after hatching. The nauplii of Harpacticus species can be distinguished from those of other Harpacticid genera by the maxillule, pereiopods, and caudal setae. The nauplii of h. nipponicus are similiar in morphology to those of H. uniremis but distinguished by the differences in naupliar size and appendage setation. A key to identify the naupliar stages of this speices is briefly discussed.
Systematic Studies on Korean Rodents : VIII. Analyses of Morphometric Characters, Chromosomal Karyotype, and Mitochondrial DNA Restriction Fragments in Siberian Chipmunks from Korea (Tamias sibiricus barberi Johnson and Jones), with the Comparison of Morphometric Characters of Siberian Chipmunks from Manchuria (Tamias sibiricus orientalis Bonhote)
Hung Sun Koh ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 10, issue 2, 1994, Pages 231~243
Samples of Siberian chipmunks (Tamias sibiricus borberi ) from Korea were analyzed by multivariate, air-drying , and blot-hybridization methods in order to determine the degree of variations of morphological characters, chromosomal karyotype, and mtDNA restriction fragment patterns, respectively, Moreover, morphometric characters of samples of Siberian chipmunks from Manchuria(T.sibiricus orientalis) were also analyzed in order to clarify the taxonomic status of the subspecies barberi. Siberian chipmunks from six localities in Korea were in morphometric characters more or less similar with one another and Siberian chipmunks from Manchuria were not so distinct enough to from a subgroup. Siberian chipmunks from Four localities in Korea were identical in their karyotypes (2n=38) : samples from three localities in Korea were nore or less similar in their mtDNA fragment patterns. Siberian chipmunks from Korea appeared to be a omogeneous population and as noted by Corbet (1978) subspecies barberi is the synonym of subspecies orientalis. The scientific name of Siberian chipmunks from Korea and Manchuria is T. sibiricus orientalis, although systematic studies with the samples from North korea, Manchuria and China will be necessary for their taxonomic reconsideration.