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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
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Volume 5, Issue 2 - Dec 1989
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Jun 1989
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Complete Larval Development of Uca Arcuata(Crustacea, Brachyura, Ocypodidae) Reared in the Laboratory
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 89~105
Morphological Variation and Karyotype of the Korean Species of Sticklebacks, (Pisces, Gasterosteridae) in Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 107~119
Three species of Korean sticklebacks family Gasterosteidae were reviewed based on the specimens of several populations for the study of their morphological variations and taxonomical positions. All specimens of Gasterosteus aculeatus observed have a complte row of lateral plates ranging from thirty-two to thirty-five in number. The low-plate morph regarded as landlocked type is virtually absent. And no difference was recognized among six populations of G. aculeatus in the meristic chracters, i.e. number of vertebrae, gill rakers and finrays. The Pungitius sinensis and P.kaibarae ssp. shown local variations have scutes ranging from 31 to 35, but not clinal in the morphometric characters. But P.sinensis was statistically different from P.kaibarae ssp. in some characters such as the number of dorsal spine rays and vertebrae, and body depth, although their ranges overlapped. No significant taxonomic difference was detected between white from and black from in dorsal spinous membrane of P.kailbarae ssp. Although these three species of Korean sticklebacks have the same diploid chromosome number (2N=42), G. aculeatus is obviously different from the two species of genus Pungitius in their karyotype ; G. aculeatus consists of six metacentrics, six submetacentrics, and thiry subtelo-acrocentrics, and both P.sinensis and P.kaibarae ssp. have four metacentrics, six submetacentrics, and thirty-four subtelo-acrocentrics.
Complete Larval Development of a Sand Bubbler Crab, Scopimera longidactyla (Brachyura, Ocypodidae), Reared in the Laboratory
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 121~137
The larval stages of Scopimera longidactyla reared in the laboratory are described and illustrated in detail. The larval development consists of five zoeal and a megalopal stages. At 25
, the megalopa and the first crab instar were attained in 21 and 31 days after hatching, respectively. The larvae of Scopmera can be distinguished from those of other genera in the Scopimerinae and other sumbfamilies in the Ocypodidae by the relativelength of rostral carapace spines to carapace. The larvae of S. longidactyla are similar in morphology to those of S. globosa but distingished by the differences in larval , size, and appendage setation.
Monogonent Rotifers (Monogononta ; Rotifera) Inhabiting Several Lowland Swamps in Kyngsangnam-do , Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 139~157
The rotifers inhabiting several lowland swamps in Kyngsangnam-do were taxonomically investigated. Collectings were carried out four times at 10 sites in such lowland swamps as Up, Chunam-ji , Chilnal-np and Oisong-np from 22 February 1988 to 2 October 1988. As a result, 4 spcies, 9 subspecies, 2 varieties and 2 forms of monogonont rotifiers in 5 families were identified, of which following 3 species and 3 subspecies are new to Korea ; Testudinella mucronata hauerensis, Platyias quadricornis , Mytilina acanthophora, Lecane ungulata ungulata. Trichocerca bicristata bicristata, and Dicranophorus epicharis.
Freshwater Tardigrades from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 159~171
Tardigrades were collected in freshwater habitats, such as rivers, streams , lakes , ponds and rice paddies at 19 different localities in Korea, during the period of May 1986 -January 1988, and seven species were identified. Dactylobiotus dispar, Macrobiotus hufellandi, M. richtersi, Hypsibius convergnes, H. dujardini, Isohypsibius granulifer, and Pseudobiotus megalonix, Five species of these except D. disparand H. dujardini, are new to Korea, which are fully described and illustrated.
A New Species of the Genus Ceradocus (Crustacea, AMphipoda, Melitidae) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 173~181
Cerdocus(Denticeradocus) koreanus, new species from the Mip'o , Korea is described and illustrated.
A Taxonomic Study of Orders Arcellinida and Gromiida (Protozoa ; Sarcomastigophora ; Rhizopoda) from Ch'ongju Area, Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 183~204
The Arcellinida and Gromiida (Protozoa ; Sacromastigophora ; Rhizopoda) inhabiting the freshwater in Chngju area were systematically investigated. Collections of samples were made from September, 1988, to August, 1989 at 10 sites located in Chngju area, Korea. As a result, 19 species and one variety in five families were identified, of which 12 species and one variety were newly recorded from Korea ; Arcella gibbosa Penard, A.polypora Penard, Centropyxis ecornis (Ehrenberg), Lesquereusia modesta Rhumbler . Nebela tuberculata (Wallich), Difflugia acuminata var. inflata Penard, D. crassa Cash and Hopkinson, d.curvicaulis Penard, D. elegans Penard, D.lithophila Penard, Pontigulasia compressa (Carter), P.vas(Leidy), Euglypha scutigera Penard. The identified species were redescribed with photographs.
A Systematic Study on the Marine Bryozoans in Korea 6. Ascophora
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 205~223
During the course of a systematic study of the marine bryozonans in Korean waters, a total of 25 species of the ascophoran bryoaoans were collected, and that the belong to 21 genera and 12 families. Of them, the following nine species new to Korean waters are examined and described with the scanning electron microscope(SEM): Celleporaria wakayamensis, C. brunnea, Rhamphostomella argentea, Calyptotheca symmetrica, Stephanosella biaperta, Microporella discors, Adeonella platalea, A. polymorpha and Phidolopora pacifica.
Freshwater Cyclopoid Copepods (Cyclopoida , Cyclopidae) of Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 225~256
The cyclopoid specimens collected from various freshwater habitats at 141 locations in South Korea during the period from May 1983 to May 1989 are identified into 25 species or subspecies of 12 generain family Cyclopidae, and the seventeen species newly reported from Korea are redescribed and figured.
List of Korean Species of Freshwater Rotifera
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 5, issue 2, 1989, Pages 257~268
Hada(1936) reported thelist of 14 species of Korean freshwater Rotifer for the first time. Since his report, there have been no taxonomic studies on the Korean except some sporadical reports which contained lists of species as a partial result of limnological study. The author made a list of 145 species of Korean freshwater Rotifera reported until 1988 with reference as convenient compendium for further taxonomic research.