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Volume 12, Issue 4 - Dec 1996
Volume 12, Issue 3 - Sep 1996
Volume 12, Issue 2 - Jun 1996
Volume 12, Issue 1 - Mar 1996
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Two New Species of the Genus Parosium (Pseudoscorpionida: Neobisiidae) from Korea
Hong, Yong ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 189~197
Two new species of the pseudoscorpion, Parobisium longipalpus n. sp. and Parobisium robustiella n. sp. are described herein. Thus, the genus Parobisium which comprises 4 species or subspecies belonging to the Korean Neobisiidae.
A New Species of Dolichovespula (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Vespidae) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 199~202
A new species of the genus Dolichovespula Rohwer, 1916, Dolichovespula kuami, is described with its diagnostic characteristics and figures from Korea.
Morphometric Variation in Three Subspecies of Korea Field Mice, Apodemus peninsulae Thomas(Mammalia, Rodentia), in China and Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 203~210
Four external and 27 cranial characters of Korean field mice (Apodemus peninsulae) from nine regions in China and Korea, representing three subspecies, were analyzed by multivariate methods. Four size-forms were recognized a largest-size form Mt. Weolak and Yeoncheon in Korea (= subspecies peninsulae) and Kirin and Heilung in China (= subspecies praetor), a large-size form from Inner Mongolia in China (= subspecies praetor) and Sanxi and Sandong in China (= subspecies sowerbyi), a middle-size form from Beijing in China (= subspecies sowerbyi), and a small-size form from Xinjiang in China (= subspecies sowerbyi). Although Corbet (1978) recognized only two subspecies in A. peninsulae, subspecies peninsulae and sowerbyi, within its distributional range in the continent of Asia, it was revealed in this study with morphometric characters that A. peninsulae could not be classified simply into two subspecies, because subspecies praetor and subspecies sowerbyi formed the large-size form and because subspecies sowerbyi was so diverse in its morphology as to be composed of three size-forms. Further analyses with the samples from other regions of China and Russia seem to be necessary to clarify the taxonomy of A. peninsulae.
A New Species of the Genus Diastylis(Cumacea, Diastylidae) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 211~220
A new species of the Diastylidae, Diastylis paratricinta, collected from the coasts of the Yellow Sea and Korea Strait, is described and illustrated. The new species resembles closely to Diastylis tricinta (Zimmer), 1903 from Japan, but is easily distinguished by bearing a horizontal ridge on each postero-lateral surface of the carapace.
Biosystematic Studies on the Marine Fouling Invertebrates in Korea- A Systematic Study on the Ascidians from Chundo Island(Onsan Bay), Korea-
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 221~235
The ascidians of Chundo Island are identified into 15 species, 8 genera, 6 families. Among them two species are found to be new to Korean fauna. They are Ascidia sydneiensis Stimpson and Ascidia zara Oka. They are described with figures, and the other species are provided with remarks.
Taxonomy of the Genus Aedes (Insecta: Diptera: Culicidae) with the Microstructure of the Egg Surface
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 237~244
he observation of the egg microstrutures on the five Korean mosquito species showed some useful results to identify the species. There have appeared five classified groups with characters of egg structured on 20 Aedes species and 3 Culex specie니 in the cluster analysis. Among the 23 species, A desmotes and A. mediopunctatus perplexus were completely separated form other Aedes species.
Isohypsibius granditintinus, a New Psammobenthic Tardigrade from an Estuary of South Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 245~252
Isohypsibius granditintinus, a new tardigrade species of genus Isohypsibius, collected from the sand bottom of the estuary of Taejongchon River, Kyongju, is described. the present new species differs from its congeners in having the combinaton of the following characters: smooth cuticles; three macroplacoids; absence of microplacoid, lunule and cuticular bar; very elongate external claws with two accessory points.
Ultrastructure of spermatozoa in Urodela and Primitve Anura(Amphilbia) with Phylogenetic Considerations
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 253~264
The ultrastructure of spermatozoa in urodeles and primitive anurans was examined and compared. The spermatozoa of urodeles are characterized by seven plesiomorphies in subacrosomal cone, endounclear canal. perforatorium, ring, marginal filament, undulating membrane and tail axis. Most primitive anuran spermatozoa have no marginal filament, subacrosomal cone and ring structure with the exception of having the subacrosomal cone in Ascaphus and the ring in Discohlossus as compared with those of urodeles. Persistence of the subacrosomal cone and the ring structure is typical in most urodeles and is further linked with the primitive anurans. Therefore, these characters are regarded as symplesiomorphies in urodeles and primitive anurans. The organization of sperm tail, endounclear canal and perforatorium indicates a close phylogenetic relationship between urodeles and the primitives anurans.
Syllid Polychaetes of the Genera Langerhansia and typosyllis (Annelida)from South Sea and East Sea, Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 12, issue 3, 1996, Pages 265~280
Two species of the genus Langerhansia and nine species of the genus Typosyllis are identified from the South Sea and East Sea in Korea. Of these eleven species, four species are newly recorded from Korean waters. They are Langerhansia cornuta, L. rosea, Typosyllis okadai, and T. hyalina. Genus Langerhansia is reported in Korea for the first time.