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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
Volume & Issues
Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 1995
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
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A Systematic Study on the Marine Sponges in Korea 12. Tetractinomorpha (Porifera: Demospongiae)
Sim, Chung-Ja ; Kim, Young-A ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 147~158
The identified marine Tetractinomorpha consist of 6 species in 5 genera, 5 faimilesand 3 orders. Of those Two species, Poecillastra wondoensis and Jaspis wondoensis, are new to science and are described with detailed illustrations. Four species, Craniella ellipsoida. Discodermia tuberosa, Discodermia panoplia, and Stelletta validissima orthotriaena , are new to Korea and are remarked with illustrations.
Ephemera separigata, a New Species of Ephemeridae (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) from Korea
Yeon Jae Bae ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 159~166
Mature larva and male and female adults of an ephemerid mayfly (Ephemeroptera : Ephemeridae) ,Ephemera separigata n.sp., were described from Korea. Larvae and adults of the species were distinguished from other Ephemera spp. by a apir of narrow and laterally oriented longitudinal stripses on the abodminal terga 7-9 . Larvae of the species adapted to cold water high mountain torrents(altitude 500-700m) where substrates were sand, gravel, and a large portion of pebbles and cobbles. Altitudinal adaptations between Korean Ephemera spp. were briefly discussed.
Three Species of the Genus Dimorphostylis (Crustacea, Cumacea, Diastylidae) new to Korea
Kang, Bum-Joon ; Lee, Kyung-Sook ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 167~182
The species of Cumacea; Dimorphotylis asiatica, D. valida and D. acroplicata which are new records from Korea, are redescribed.
Redescription and Multivariate Analysis of Genus Phintella (Araneae, Salticidae) from Korea
Bo-Keun Seo ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 183~197
Description and identifications of 6 species belonging to genus Phintella from Korea are in insufficient and inaccurate situation. In the present paper, redescriptions illustrations and identification key are provided for 7 species of genus Phintella including P. popovi newly recorded in Korean spider fauna, and Ocius munitus described by Wesolowska (1981s) was synonymized to P.cavaleriei. For the author's identiication and pairing to be valid multivariate analysis was performed with 13 RVCs below STD 0.05 to 134 individuals. The result of discriminant analysis carried out with 13 RVCs of 134 individuals was not satisfactory, but cluster analysis performed with mean ratio values of 14 OTUs to 13 RVCs showed the same result with author's pairing except P.abnormis , which has larger dissimilarity than the pairs of the others. So pairing of 7 species was possible as a whole because one species only failed in pairing , even though this is imperful result. This method to be helpful to pairing test and identification if it were to improve.
Two New Species of the Genus AMblyseiulella Muma(Acari: Phytoseiidae) from Korea
Ryu, Myon-Ok ; Lee, Won-Koo ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 199~205
Two new species of the phytoseiid mites, Amblyseiullela chombongensis n.sp. and A. odowid n.sp. are described from korea. The genus Amblyseiullea belonging to the family Phytoseiidae is recorded for the first time in this country.
한국산 Raja속 어류의 분류학적 연구
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 207~221
Electrophoretic analysis was performed to determine the interspecific genetic relationships of the genus Raja collected in Korea waters. We confirmed 5 species [Raja (Okamejei) meerdervoortii Bleeker, R.(O).acutispina Ishiyama, R.(O) kenojei Muller et Henle, Raja (Dipturus) kwangtungensis Chu, and R.(D.) pulchra Liu] inhabting in Korea. As results of starch gel electrophoresis, 24 genetic loci were obtained from 13 enzymic and non-enzymic proteins, and allele frequencies of each locus were calculated . Even thought their various dorsal color patterns, the mean genetic similarity among 4 conspecific populations of R.(O) kenojei showed highly close genetic relationships (S=0.966) R.(O) kenojei and R.(D) kwangtungensis which belong to different subgenus , revealed subspecific level of differentiation (S=0.829). R. (Diptuuus ) kwangtungensis was genetically much closer to Raja(Okamejei) species than to Raja (Dipturus) species group. R.(O) acutispina and R.(D) kwangtungensis were unrecorded species to Korea.
Gelechiidae (Leipdoptera) of Taiwan IV.genus Helcystogramma Zeller, with Description of a New Species
Park, Kyu-Tek ; Hodges, Ronald W. ; ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 223~234
Five species of Helcystogramma are reviewed ; four are new combinations with Heleystogramma, and H. hassenzanensis is new to science. A key to species and illustrations of the adults , labial palpus, and male and female genitalia are provided. Anathyrsotis Meyrick is proposed to be a junior synonym of Helcystogramma, and Anathysotis ceriochranta Meyrick is synonymized with H. trijunctum (Meyrick). Helcystogramma macroscopum (Meyrick) is placed as a junior synonym of h. triannulella (Herrich-Schffer).
Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Oysters (Crassostrea gigas Thunberg and C. nippona Seki) Populations from Korea and Japan
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 235~242
The nucleotide sequence variation of mitochondria1 DNA were investigated by eight restriction endonucleases from two oyster species, Crassostrea gigas collected from two localities of South Korea and one locality of Japan and C. nippona collected from one locality of South Korea. The total mtDNA size in the oyster, C. gigas, from the three localities was approximately 18 kb and that in C. nippona was 22 kb. The restriction fragment patterns of mtDNA in C. gigas from the three localities by BamHI, BgII, and XhoI digestions were identical to one another. The degree of mtDNA sequence divergence of C. gigas between the two localities in Korea was 2% and that between Korean and Japanese C. gigas was 5%. The amount of sequence divergence between the two species of oysters was 42%.
A Systematic Study on the Asteroidea in the East Sea, Korea
Sook Shin ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 243~263
Twenty-nine species of asteroids are reported to be distributed in the East Sea of Korea. Five species are reported to be distributed in the East Sea of Korea. Five speices are reported for the first time in Korea ; Solaster endeca (Linn, 1771), Lethasterias fusca D'yakonov, 1931, Lethasterias nanimensis chelifera (verrill, 1914), Lysastrosoma anthostictha Fisher, 1992 and Evasterias troscheli alveolata Verrill, 1914. The faunal composition and distribution of the asteroids in the East Sea of Korea are discussed.
Alona quadrangularis (O.F.
, 1785) (brachiopoda, Anomopoda, Chydoridae) in Korea
Yoon, Seong-Myeong ; Kim, Won ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 265~274
A freshwater chydorid cladoceran, Alona quadrangularis (O.F.
, 1785), collected from a streatmlet on Paektam Valley in Mt. Sorak is described.
Trachelipodidae (Crustacea, Isopoda, Iniscidaea) from Taiwan
Dae Soo Jeon ; Do Heon Kwon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 275~289
Seven species of trachelipodid isopods are recorded from Taiwan , A new species Agnara ferrarai, is described . Nagurus verhoeffi (Arcangeli, 1952) and Lucasioides isseli (Arcangeli, 1927) are redescribed and illustrated. Generic position of Porcellio (Lucasius ) delvecchioi Arcangeli , 1927 is discussed.
Variation of Mitochondrial DNA Restriction Fragments within One Subspecies of Korean Field mice, Apodemus peninsulae peninsulae Thomas (Mammalia: Rodentia), from Korea
Hung Sun Koh ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 291~299
Sampels of Korean field mice (apodemus peninsulae peninsulae Thomas ) from six localities in Korea were used for the analyses of mitochondrial DNa (Mt DNA) fragment patterns resulted from the digestion with eight restriction enzymes. A total of 29 fragments were recognized and seven mtDNA clones were revealed. The nucleotide-sequence divergences (p) among the seven mtDNA clones ranged from 0.42% to 2.01%. Moreover, the seven clones were grouped into three major subgroups with the mean divergence value of 1.52% among them. One subgroup was composed of three clones of 18 sample from three localities (16, Cheongu: 1, Mt. Sobaek : 1, Mt. weolak) L another subgroup, three clones of eight samples from four localities (2, Cheongju ; 2 , Mt. Weolak ; 2, Mt. Gaya ; 2, haenam) ; and the last subgroup, one clone of two samples from Cheongju. Three subgroups were also distinct with one another in their mtDNA genotypes of Stu I and the former two subgroups differed from the last subgroup in their genotypes with Pvu II. Further analyses with additional samples from various localities in Korea appeared to be necessary in order to clarify the taxonomic status of the distinct mtDNA subgroups.