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A New Species of Marine Sponge(Demospongiae: Poecilosclerida: Esperiopsidae) from Chindo, Korea
Sim, Chung-Ja ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 3~7
A new species of Epperiopsis (Esperiopsidae) , collected from Chindo, is described under name of Esperiopsis chindoensis.
Hydroids(Cnidaria : Hydrozoa: Hydroida) from Chindo Island , Korea
Park, Jung-Hee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 9~17
The joint faunal survey of Chindo Island were made in commemoration of the 10 th anniversary of the Korean Society of Systematic Zoology during July 22-26, 1994. The materials collected were identified to 31 species in eight families, of which eight species were previously known and the remainders were newly recorded from Chindo Island . Halecium magellanicum and Obelia flexuosa are new to the Korean fauna. Adding three previously known species, which were not examined in this work , to the above results, the hydroids recorded from Chindo Island so far consist of 34 species in eight families.
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 16~25
The spider fauna of Chindo Island was investigated from 8 to 11 September, 1994. In this paper, 60 species, including 2 species which are new to Korea, of 37 genera belonging to 12 families were indentified.
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 27~37
A taxonomical examination of water mites collected at 2 localities in Chindo Island resulted in that they were composed of the following 7 species in 6 families and 6 genera: Hydrodroma despiciens despiciens (Miiller), Sperchonopsis verrucosa verrucosa (Protz), Torrenticola (Torrenticola) nipponica (Enami), Hygrobates (Hygrobates) longipalpis (Hermann), Unionicola (Unionicola) crassipes minor (Soar), Aturus glaberus Kim and Chung, and Bharatalbia (Japonalbia) ibarakiensis Imamura. Of these 4 taxa, Hydrodroma despiciens despiciens, Torrenticola nipponica, Hygrobates longipalpis, and Bharatalbia ibarakiensis were reported for the first time from Korea. A discussion about some facts deduced from the species composition and their distributions was also made.
진도의 담수산 물벼룩류와 요각류의 출현특성에 관한 생태학적 연구
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 39~64
A faunistic and ecological study on the occurrence of freshwater cladocerans and copepods was accomplished from Chindo, South Korea. Collections were made from total 35 stations, comprising the various freshwater habitats like reservoirs, streams, swamps, bogs, ricefields, ditch, pond, and spring during the periods of July 23-25, and November 1-3 in 1994. Twenty seven cladoceran species of 17 genera of 6 families in 2 orders, and 28 copepod species of 21 genera of 6 families in 3 orders were collected during this research period, of which Daphnia obtusa Kurz and Elaphoidella bidens (Schmeil) are newly recorded from Korea. In reservoirs, Diaphanosoma sp. and Thermocyclops taihokuensis were dominant in July, and then succeeded by Bosmina longirostris and Cyclops vicinus vicinus in November. Thermocyclops crassus co-occurred with 7: taihokuensis at both seasons, was frequent in November after T. taihokuensis precipitately decreased. In other stagnant waters, 7: taihokuensis and Moina weismanni were dominant at ponds in July and in November, respectively. At ricefields in July Moina macrocopa and T. taihokuensis were dominant, but in November M. macrocopa and Paracyclops fimbriatus were. At streams, cladocerans were relatively rare, but became more rich in November. The representative cladoceran species were Bosmina longirostris as a plankton, and Chydorus sphaericus as a epibenthic species. Concerning copepods, nearly all the stations of streams except a few ones adjacent to seashore showed the similiar species constitutions, of which E. serrulatus and M, pehpeiensis were most frequent and abundant. At a mountain streamlet and a spring, the occurrence of Alona sp., Attheyella byblis Chang and Kim, 1992 and A. tetraspinosa Chang, 1993 is quite interesting and deserved much attention in the taxonomical point of view. Seventeen major cladocerans and copepods from lentic habitats and 13 major cladocerans and copepods from lotic habitatats were clustered using average taxonomic distance and UPGMA to infer the co-occurrence relations among species. As for lentic habitats, two large phena were appeared at first. The one phenon consisted of Diaphanosoma sp. and T taihokuensis, and showed its predominancy over the various habitats and its dominancy was rapidly decreased in November. The other phenon frequently occurred rather in November, and subdivided into three subgroups. On the other hand, as for lotic habitats, 13 species were also grouped into 2 large phena. The first one comprised 4 species, which were dominant and highly frequent at nearly all the lotic habitats, and subdivided into three subgroups according to their seasonal fluctuation types. The second one was also subdivided into three phena, the first of which comprised only one species, Microcyclops varicans, and occurred at most of the stations along stream with steadiness through the research period; the second phenon, Chydorus sphaericus, occurred much frequently in November; the last phenon included a few heterogenous subgroups.
Marine Harpacticoid Copepods of Chindo Island, Korea
Sung Joon Sung ; Cheon Young Chang ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 65~77
The present faunistic study, on the marine harpacticoids of Chindo Island, Korea was based on the materials collected from various habitats during the periods from October 23-24 in 1993and July 23-25 in 1994. As a result of examining the specimens, 9 species or subspecies of 6 families were identified , of which 6 species or subspecies were newly recorded from Korea : Tachidius (Tachidius) discipes Giesbrecht, 1881 : T.(Neotachidius) triangularis Shen and Tai, 1963 ; Scutellidium longicauda acheloides Ito, 1976 ; Alteutha depressa (Baird, 1837) ; Amonardia normani (Brady, 1872) ; Onychocamptus bengalensis (Sewell, 1934).
Copepod Associated with Ascidians from Korea. II. A New Species of Botryllophilus (Copepoda, Cyclopoida, Ascidicolidae) from Simple Ascidians at Chindo Island in the South Sea, Korea
Seo, In-Soon ; Lee, Kyung-Sook ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 79~86
A new species of ascidicolid copepod associated with a simple ascidian, Styela clava Herdman, from Chindo Island in the South Sea, belonging to the genus Botryllophilus , is described under the name of B. koreensis.
Fauna of Arthropods of Medical Importance in Chindo Island , Korea
han-II Ree ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 87~100
Fauna of medically important arthropods in Chindo Island was studied in July 1994. Among eight speices of mosquitoes (Diptera : Culicidae), Culex tritenirohyunchus was predomiant (46.5% of the total0, and Anopheles sinensis the next. Seven specimens of the unidentified Culex sp. which seemed to be new were also collected. Total 23 species of non-biting midges(Diptera : Chiornomidae) were found in Chindo Is. Of them , Chironomus kiiensis was the predominant species (67.3%) , and Ch.flaviplumus the next (15.6%). Three species, Cladopelma viridula, Dicrotendipes septemmaculatus and Harnischia urtilamellata are reported for the first time in Korea, and they are fully re-described with illustrations. Among five species of biting midges (Diptera : Ceraopogenidae) collected, Culicoides punctatus was predominant (88.7%). A species of Foreipomia was also collected, and this genus is not recorded in Korean fauna. Only two species of domiciliary cockroaches, Periplaneta japonica and P.americana were collected in small numbers and Blatella germanica which is known as the most predominant speices in Korea was not found. The predominant speices of field rodents was Apodemus agrarius and thier ectoparasites were Leptotrombidium orientale (Acarina : Tromicibulidae), Lxodes nipponensis (Acarina : Ixodidae) ; Laelaps jettmani and Eulaelaps stabularis (Acarina : Laelapidae).
Ants of Chindo Island in Korea (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)
Kim, Byung-Jin ; Kim, Ki-Gyong ; Ryu, Dong-Pyo ; Kim, Joong-Hyon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 101~113
The ants found in Chindo Island were investigated from July to October, 1994. We were interested in the ant fauna of this island because it is one of larger islands of Korea and being well supplied with subterranean water, quite different for mother islands in this respect. Collections were examined from 11 sites of Chindo Is. , of which 21 species of 15 genera under 4 subfamilies are classified and reported.
Echinodermata from Chindo Island, Korea
Shin, Sook ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 115~124
Twenty-two species of Echinodermata collected from 11 localities in Chindo Island, Korea in September, 1990 and July, 1994 are recorded. One asteroids, Luidia quinaria, five ophiudoids such as Astrocladus coniferus coniferus, A.c.dofleini, Ophicatis affinis, Stegophiura sladeni, Amphipholis sp., four echinoids such as Temnopleurus toreumaticus, T. hardwicki, Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus, anthoicidaris crassispina and two holothuroids such as Protankyra bidentata, Stichopus japonicus are unrecorded species by this time in Chindo Is. One asteroid species, Asterina minor is newly recorded in Korea water and its taxonomic characteristics are redescribed.
The Ascidians (Tunicata) from Chindo Islands, Korea
Boon Jo Rho ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 1, 1995, Pages 125~145
The study on the classification of the Chindo Islands ascidians was conducted by collecting the specimens from five localities in July and November, 1994 and the previous records. The ascidians were classified into 7 families, 11 genera and 16 species. They are all known species in Korean waters. Among them nine species were found to be new to the Chindo Is. From the standpoint of water forms, the composition of the ascidians from Chindo Is. is made up of three elements, viz., temperate (8species, 50%), temperature-tropical (7 species, 44%) and tropical (1 species, 6%) . A boreal water species and boreal-temperature species were not found . It may be attributable to the fact that the water of this area is warm because of Kuroshio Water Current.