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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 14, Issue 4 - Dec 1998
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Sep 1998
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Jun 1998
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Mar 1998
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A Taxonomic Review of the genus Liriomyza (Diptera: Agromyzidae) from Korea
Sang Jae Suh ; Yong Jung Kwon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 311~318
In this paper, a total of eight species of the genus Liriomyza are treated. Among them, three species are reported for the first time from Korea. A key to Korean species, host plants and domestic localities are given. Some illustrations of male genitalic features are included.
Notes on the Korean species of the Genus Streblocera (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with Description of a New Species and a Key to Korean Species
Ser ; Deok-Seo Ku ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 319~325
A new species Streblocera planispina sp. nov. is described from Korea. S. macroscapa Ruthe and S. dentiscapa Belokobylskij are recorded for the first time from Korea. A key to Korean species of Streblocera is given.
Morphometric Analyses of the Three Subspecies of Striped Field Mouse, Apodemus agrarius Pallas (Mammalia: Rodentia) from Far Eastern Asia: Taxonomic Status of North Korean Striped Field Mice
Koh, Hung-Sun ; G. Csorba ; M.P. Tiunov ; G. Tikhonova ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 327~334
Four external and 27 cranial characters of three subspecies of striped field mice (Apodemus agrarius) from 15 regions in far eastern Asia(South Korea, North Korea, northeastern China, and far eastern Russia) were analyzed by multivariate methods in order to determine taxonomic status of striped field mice from North Korea. Three subgroups were recognized: a large-size form from two localities in South Korea(Cheju Island, Wando Island): a medium-size form from eight localities in South Korea and North Korea(Jindo Island, Kunsan, Mt. Chirisan, Cheongju, Mt. Weoleksan, Mt. taebaksan; Haeju, Sineuiju); a small-size form from five localities in North Korea, northeastern China, and far eastern Russia (Mt. Kumkangsan, Mt. Myohyangsan; Jirin, Yichun; Vladivostok). It is confirmed that the large-size form, the medium-size form, and the small-size form are subspecies chejuensis, coreae, and manchuricus, respectively, as noted by Koh et al.(1997). It is revealed that striped field mice(the medium-size form) from western region of North Korea (Haeju, Sineuiju) is classified into A. agrarius coreae, as noted by Thomas(1908), but striped field mice(the small-size form) from eastern region of North Korea(Mt. Kumkangsan, Mt. Myohyangsan) is A. agrarius manchuricus.
New Species of Two Psammocinia Horny Sponges (Dictyoceratida: Irciniidae) from Korea
Chung Ja Sim ; Kyung Jin Lee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 335~340
Two new species of the family Irciniidae, Psammocinia wandoensis n.sp. and P.samyangensis n. sp., are described. They were collected from the South Sea, Korea. P. wandoensis n. sp. closely resembles P. rugosa(Lendenfed, 1889)from Australia in morphology, but new species differs from P. rugosa by the filaments. Though P. samyangensis n. sp. is very similar to P. jejuensis, but our species differs from P. Jejuensis by the fibre shape.
Morphometric Analyses with 15 Subspecies of Striped Field Mouse, Apodemus agrarius Pallas(Mammalia, Rodentia) from Eurasia
Hung Sun Koh ; G. Tikhonova ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 341~355
Thirty one morphometric characters of specimens in 15 subspecies of striped field mouse(Apodemus agrarius Pallas) from Eurasia were analyzed to clarify taxonomic status of these subspecies. Five major subgroups in A. agrarius were revealed: I, a largest-size form, specimens from two southern from other six localities in Korea, subspecies coreae and pallescens; III, the other large-size from, specimens from Astrachan in western Russia, subspecies volgensis; IV, a medium-size form, specimens from 16 localities in eastern Asia(North Korea, China, and eastern Russia), subspecies coreae, manchuricus, pallidior, ningpoensis, and insulaemus; V, a small-size form, specimens from 16 localities in western Asia and Europe (Kazakhstan, Russia, Lithuania, and Ukraine), subspecies tianschanicus, ognevi, agrarius, septentrionalis, nikolski, caucasicus, and karelicus. From this morphometric analyses, the followings are concluded: subspecies chejuensis is a larger-size form, as noted by Johnson and Jones(1955): subspecies pallescens is the synonym of subspecies agrarius, as suggested by Koh(1986): subspecies coreae from Korea is a large-size form and is idistinct from other 12 subspecies in Eurasia: the eastern form of subspecies ningpoensis by Corbet(1978) is a medium-size form o subspecies manchuricus, pallidior, ningpoensis, and insulaemus from eastern Asia (China and eastern Russia), and it includea North Korea specimens: a small-size form from western Asia and Europe(subspecies tianschanicus, ognevi, agrarius, septentrionalis, nikolski, caucasicus, and karelicus) is the western form of subspecies agrarius by Corbet(1978); the other large-size form of subspecies volgensis from western Russia is a distinct subspecies, which differs from the western subspecies agrarius. Therefore, it is concluded that 15 subspecies of A. agrarius can be classifed into five subspecies (chejuensis, coreae, ningpoensis, agrarius, and volgensis), although it is necessary to measure and analyze morphometric characters of specimens of other seven subspecies(albostriatus, maculatus, rubens, kahmanni, henrici, gloveri, and harti) for the complete reclassification of this species).
Nemoura gemma, a New Species of the Nemouridae (Insecta: Plecoptera) from Korea
Soon Ah Ham ; Jong Bin Lee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 357~360
A new species of the genus Nemoura is described from Korea. Nemoura gemma sp. n. is close to Nemoura jezoensis Okamoto and Nemoura alaica Zhiltzova, but can be distinguished by the entire shape, dorsal sclerite, and the presence of spines on ventral sclerite of epiproct, and the existence of cercal hooks.
New Records of the Limnephiloidea(Insecta: Trichoptera) from Korea
Sun Jin Park ; Yeon Jae Bae ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 361~370
A historical review of Trichoptera systematics in Korea and diagnoses for 10 newly recorded species of Limnephiloidea are provided: two species, Gumaga orientalis (Martynov) and Ganonema extensum Martynov, are newly recorded from the Korean peninsula, seven species, Goera interrogationis Botosaneanu, G. parvula Martynov, Apatania sinensis Martynov, Ecclisomyia kamtshatica (Martynov), Hydatophylax magnus (Martynov), Goerodes albardanus (Ulmer), and Dinarthrum coreanum (Kumanski and Weaver), and newly recorded from South Korea, and the adult stage of Neophylax ussuriensis (Martynov) is newly recorded from South Korea.
Taxonomy of the Freshwater Bryozoans from Korea
Ji Eun Seo ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 371~381
Four species of freshwater bryozoans are repoted from nine multipurpose Dams and three other reservoirs in Korea from November 1995 to September 1998. Among them, Pectinatella magnifica was recorded from Korea for the first time and is an introduced species from a foreign country. Ten species of freshwater bryozoans have been previously reported by Toriumi (1941c). Ten species of freshwater species of Korean freshwater bryozoans were reported up to the present.
Redescriptions of two Amphisiellid Hypotichs(Ciliphora: Hypotrichida: Amphisiellidae) from Korea.
Mann Kyoon Shin ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 383~390
The amphisiellid hypotrichs collected from the soils of pine forest, grassland and mosses at three localities from Kyonggi-do, Korea were identified as Amphisiella acuta Foissner and Orthoamphisiella stramenticola Eigner and Foissner. These species are newly recorded from Korea and redescribed with illustration. The description was based on the observation of living specimens, protargol impregnated specimens and biometric analysis.
Three Species of the Notodelphyid Copepods(Cyclopoida) Associated with the Solitary Ascidians(Tunicata) in Korea
In-Soon Seo ; Kyung-Sook Lee ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 391~413
Three notodelphyid copepods, Doropygus curvipes Gotto, Notodelphys agilis villosus Ooishi and Bonnierilla curvicaudata Ooishi are redscribed, based on the specimens taken from the solitary ascidians in Korea. Accordingly, Korean cope associated with ascidians now includes 11 described species.
Taxonomy of the Marine Bryozoans from Namhaedo Island and Its Adjacent Waters, Korea
Ji Eun Seo ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 415~424
Twently seven speices of marine bryozoans from Namhaedo Island and its adjacent waters were identified. Among them, Hippothoa distans is new to Korean fauna and seven species are added as new to Namhaedo Island fauna. Twenty three species of them have been found also in Chejudo Island waters, which is affected by the Tsushima Current. Ten species have been found in the East Sea which is affected by both the Tsushima Warm Current and the North Korea Cold Current. So it is clear that the Namhaedo Island sea area is influenced by both the Tsushima Warm Current and the North Korea Cold Current.
Two Species of Spiders of the genus Trachelas (Araneae: Coorinnidae) from China
Ming-Shing Zhu ; Da-Xing Song ; Joo-Pil Kim ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 425~428
The present paper deals with two species of spiders of the genus Trachelas Koch, 1866 from China. Trachelas gui n. sp. is described with illustrations. Trachelas acuminus(Zhu et An, 1988) is transferred to the genus Trachelas.
Ants from the Seoraksan National Park
Seong-Joon Park ; Ki-Gyong Kim ; Joong-Hyon Kim ; Byung-Jin Kim ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 14, issue 4, 1998, Pages 429~439
Fifty-one species of ants in 20 genera and four subfamilies were identified from the Seoraksan National Park, Kangwon Province in Korea, based on survey from April 1991 to October 1995.