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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
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Variation of Mitochondrial DNA Restriction Fragments of Common Rats, Rattus norvegicus caraco Pallas (Mammalia , Redentia) , from Cheongju , Korea
Hung Sun Koh ; Yong Seok Roh ; Sang Bok Kim ; Byung Sun Yoo ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 409~416
Forty samples of common rats (Rattus norvegicus caraco) from Cheongu, Korea, were used for the analyses of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) fragment patterns resulted from the digestion with eight restriction enzymes. A total of 36 fragments were recognized and six mtDNA clones were revealed . The nucleotide-sequence divergences (p) among six mtDNA clones ranged from 0.35% to 2.73%. moreover, the six clones were grouped into three major subgroups ; the first, second , and third subgroup were composed of 29 samples of three clones, ten samples of two clones, and one sample of one clone, respectively. The second and third subgroups were different in their mtDNa genotype of Pvu II from the first subgroup, and the third subgroup differed in the genotype of Dra I from other two subgroups. Futhermore, the maximum divergence among common rats from Korea in this study is greater than that among common rats from the United States and Japan by Brown and Simpson (1981). Further analyses with additional sample from other localities in Korea appeared to be necessary in order to clarify the taxnomic status of the distinct mtDNA subgroups.
한국산 빗살거미불가사리속(빗살거미불가사리과, 거미불가사리아강)의 3 종에 대한 분류학적 재검토
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 417~434
Three species (0. kinbergi, 0. sarsi and 0 . sarsi vadicola) of the genus Ophiura (Echinodermacta: Ophiuroidea) were sampled from the various localities of Korean waters (Kyonggi Bay in March and September, 1989 and February, 1994; Yellow Sea in September and October, 1992; Southern Sea and Korean Strait in May, 1992; and eastern coasts adjacent to Kangnung in April, July, October, 1993 and January, 1994). Results of the examination of 250 Operational Taxonomical Units (OTUs) are presented based on the 20 morphometric variables to evaluate their taxonomic characters and positions. In cluster analysis, 250 OTUs were divided into 3 phenons (0. kinbergi, 0 . sarsi and 0 . sarsi vadicola) at the Euclidean distance levels of 6.84 and 2 phenons (a phenon composed of 0 . sarsi and 0 . sarsi vadicola and the other of 0. kinbergi) at 7.50. Stepwise discriminant analysis was used in order to produce a good discrimination model and 13 morphological characters (the total number of comb papillae, the number of primary comb papillae and shape of comb papillae (2). etc.) were extracted. The results of canonical discriminant analysis illustrated clear distinction among 3 phenons by the distance of 8.26 between 0 . sarsi and 0. sarsi vadicola, 24.24 between 0 . kinbergi and 0. sarsi vadicola and 21.63 between 0 . kinbergi and 0 . sarsi.
Tomocerid Collembola (Insecta) from Korean Caves Including a New Species
Kyung -Hwa Park ; Byung-Hoon Lee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 435~445
Five species of Tomoceridae from Korean caves are reviewed , including one speices described as new to science. T. (M.) odongnyeoensis n.sp. belong to the subgenus of new record for Korea. The present study eventually resulted in listing eight species in five subgenera of Korea cave Tomoceridae, and all Collebola from Korean caves nowenumerate 23 species (or subspecies) in nine genera of eight families.
Collebola (Insecta) from Is. Chin-do , Korea
Kim, Jin-Tae ; Lee, Byung-Hoon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 447~453
Six speices of Collebola are collected from Is. Chin-do , They are Crossodonthina koreana Yosii and Lee, 1963, Homidia minuta n,.sp., H, munda munda Yosii, 1956,H. mediaseta Lee and Lee, 1981, H. vigintiseta Lee and Park , 1984 , and Lepidocyrtus Koreanus n.sp.
한국의 토양서식성 부채앉은뱅이 속(앉은뱅이목 : 꼬마앉은뱅이과)
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 455~468
Three species of the soil inhabiting pseudoscorpions of the genus Allochthonius [A. buanensis Lee. 1982, A. coreanus (Morikawa, 1970), A. opticus (Ellingsen, 1907)l from Korea. Of these, A. opticus is new for Korean fauna. A. buanensis differs from A. opticus and is confirmed as a valid species based on the carapal chaetotaxy, which is proposed as a considerably stable and useful taxonomic character in genus Allochthonius. The most common species in Korea is A. buanensis, while the other species are relatively rare.
Drosophila robusta species group 2종 (D.lacertosa 와 D.sordidula)의 mtDNA 변이에 의한 종분화정도
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 469~477
Drosophila lacertosa and D. sordidula are members of the robusta species group in virilis section of Drosophila. The mtDNA of both species was analyzed, using 10 restriction endonucleases. The mtDNA genome size of D. lacertosa and D. sordidula was 15.7 kbp, altogether, and the numbers of mtDNA fragment were 26 and 32, respectively. Restriction cleavage map of mtDNA in these species was constructed. The patterns of cleavage map were very different between two species and it means that speciation was taken for a long time ago.
One New Species of Collembola(Insecta) from Sand DUnes of Korea
Jean-Marc Thibaud ; Jin Tae Kim ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 479~484
We carried out the study on interstitial Collembola from Korean sand dunes. One new species and two new records for Korea were found. They are Friesea leei n. sp. of Neanuridae, and Proisotoma minuta Folsom, 1937 and Folsomides parvulus Stach, 1922 of Isotomidae. Also Archisotoma sp. was collected.
Cladistic Taxonomy of the Tribe Errhomenini (Insecta ; Homoptera; Cicadellidae)
Eun Yeop Huh ; Yong Jung Kwon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 485~495
A cladistic analysis is conducted to establish the phylogenetic relationship of the 6 genera in the Errhomenini , and 2 monophyletic groups are represented as the result.
The Brachyuran Crabs (Crustacea ; Decapoda) of Chindo Island , Korea
Won Kim ; Sa Heung Kim ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 497~508
The ten species , Nobilum japonicum japonicum , Paradorippe granulata, Pilumnus minutes, Carcinoplax vestitus, Eucrate crenata, Uca lactea. Ilyoplax pingi, Nanosesarma gordoni, Achaeus tuberculatus, Parthenope validus, are added to the brachyuran fauna of the Chindo Island and its adjacent islets. With the previsouly known 36 species , total 46 speices from the Chindio I. and its adjacentislets are listed and two grapsid species, Hemigrapsus longitarsis and Sesarma erythrodactyla , are redescribed with illustrations.
Terrestrial Isopoda (Crustacea) from Cheju Island, Korea
Do Heon Kwon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 11, issue 4, 1995, Pages 509~538
Twenty-one speices of the terrestrial isopods are recorded from Cheju Island and Chja Island, Korea. Quepartoniscus tuberculatus, n. gen., n.sp., is described. The genus Koshiniscus Nunomura is considered to be a junior synonym of Armadilloniscus Uljanin, Armadilloniscus hoshikawai Nunomura and A. amakusaensis Nunomura of A. ellipticus, Mongloiscus nipponicus (Arcangeli) of M. vannamei(Arcangeli), Nagurus tsushimaensis Nunomura, N. pallidus Nunomura, and Mongoloniscus nigrogranulatus Kwon and Tatiti of M. koreanus (Verhoeff). Nagurus sinuosus Nunomura is transferred to Lucasioides Kwon , Protracheoniscus pannuosus Nunomura (of which P.awaensis Nunomura, Nagurus gotoensis Nunomura, and N. izuharaensis Nunomura are synonyms ) to Agnara Budde-Lund, and Armadillo obscurus Budde-Lind to Venezillo Verhoeff. Several poorly known species are redescribed and illustrated.