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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 7, Issue 2 - Dec 1991
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Jun 1991
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Copepod Parasites of Commercial Bivalves from Korea I. Two New Poecilostomatoid Species from Solen grandis Dunker in the Yellow Sea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 1~12
Two new poecilostomatoid copepods , Leptinogaster digita n.sp. and Hermannella soleni n.sp., parasitic in a bivalve Solen grandis Dunker , are described from the Yellow Sea coast of southwest Korea.
The Marine Amphipod Crustaceans of Ulreung Island, Korea : Part II
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 13~38
This study on the five families (Anamixidae, Colomastigidae, Eophliantidae, Eusiridae, and Hyalidae) of fammaridean amphipods of Ulreung Island was based on the materials collected at eight localities in Ulreung Island. Nine speices of seven genera were identified. Of these, three (Paranamixis denticulus, Colomastix prionotos, and Hyale bisaeta) were new to science. Three species (Ceinina japonica, Eusiroides monoculoides japonicus, and Allorchestes angusta) were new recordsfor Korean waters. These six species were descirbed with illustrations.
A New Record of the Gobiid Fish Istigobius hoshinonis from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 39~44
A gobiid fish , Istigobius hoshinonis (Tanaka) is described from one specimen collected at Hanrim-p, Cheju-do , on August 2, 1986. This is the first definitive record of the species in Korean waters. This species is distinguish from its congeners by the combination of the following characters ; uppermost pectoral fin ray unbranched, 12 or more predorsal scales, 7-9transverse scales and no scales on cheek and operculum. Pidan-mang-dug' is proposed as Korean name of this species.
A New Species of Anthessius (Copepoda, Poecilostomatoida , Anthessiidae) from the Pen Shell, Atrina pectinata (Linn) in Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 45~54
An anthessiid copepod ; Anthessius atrinae n.sp., is described based on the specimens recorved in the mantle cavity of Atrina pectinata (Linn) taken from Korean waters. This is distinguished from congeners by formula II, I, 5 on distal segment of exopod of the fourth leg, three terminal claws on distal segment of the second antenna , and the shape of caudal ramus.
Taxonomy of thecamoebae(Rhizopodea : Protozoa) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 55~64
In September 1990, the species of Thecamoebae (Rhizopodea ; Protozoa) inhabited in Sphagnum at Mt. Taekwanryng were collected . The six species of Thecamoebae belonged to three families were identified : Arcella bathystoma, Trigonopyxis arcular , Heleopera sphangi, H. petricola, Lesquereusia epistoma, L.spiralis, Except L.Spiralis, five species were newly reported in Korea. They were described and figured with photograph.
Interspecific Relationships of the Genus Leucophenga(Drosophiliae) by Electrophoretic Analysis of Protein
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 65~72
The interspecific relationships of the genus Leucophenga, L.concilia, L.maculata, L.orientalis , and L.quinquenmaculipennis were investigated by soluble proteins analysis. the electrophoretic banding patterns of the four species analyzed by SDS-PAGE were scanned by densitormeter. The soluble protein patters of L.maculata and L.concilia by SDS-PAGE appeared similarly and on the other hand, those of L.quinquemaculipennis had a different forms from three other species. The genetic distance among the four species of TDE analysis was calculated by formula of the Aquadro and Avis(1981) . The genetic distance between L.maculata and L.concilia was 0.393 , the lowest of all and between L.maculata and L.quinquemaculipennis was 0.496, the highest of all. The dendrogram was established using UPGMA method based on genetic distance obtained by TDE analysis. Clustered patterns as follows ; first, L.maculata and L.concilia were clustered, and L.orientalis and L. quinquemaculipennis followed the firstone in order. In consequence, it seems that the interspecific relationship of L.quinquemaculipennis was farther from the other three species, while that of L.maculata and L.concilia was closer than that of L.orientalis.
Harpacticella itoi, a New Harpacticoid Species from Korea (Copepoda : Harpacticoida : Harpacticidae)
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 73~80
A new species belonging to genus Harpacticella of Harpacticidae , collected from the Tamjin River and the Smjin River draining into the Korean Straits, is described and illustrated under the name of Harpacticella itoi. The present species is different from the other 5 congeners by the armatures of exopodites of female and male leg 5.
Redescription of Recent Freshwater Ostracods (Crustacea : Ostracoda) from Korea : A systematic Study of Four Species of Family Cyprididae
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 81~100
The systematic study of recent freshwater ostracods were conducted on the materials collected from 48 localities in South Korea. Four species of ostracods are identified, and all of them are new to South Korea : Cyprinotus uenoi Brehm , 1936, Heterocypris incongruens (Ramdohr, 1808), Dolerocypris fasciata(O.F.Mller, 1776 ), Dolerocypris sinensis Sars, 1903. Up to now seven species (5 species and 2 subspecies ) of recent ostracods are known to South Korea.
Observation of the Adults and Eggs of Two Species of the Family Perlidae(Plecoptera) to Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 101~110
Two species of Perlidae, Oyamia coreana and Kiotina decorata which were collected in mountain valley of the Chonnam, Chonguk and Kyongnam provinces, south Korea are reported for the first time from Korea, with description of the external morphology of their eggs by SEM.
A Systematic Study on the Marine Sponges from The Sough Sea of Korea-Three new record for Korea-
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 111~116
Sponges were collected from 3 different localities of the Sough Sea of Korea, during the period 1987 to 1988.60 species were examined . As a result, it was found that Spirastrella insignis, S. abata and Caminus awashimensis were new to Korean fourna.
A New Species of Pteronarcys (Pteronarcyidae , Plecoptera ; Insecta) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 117~126
As results of investigating Pteronarcyidae fauna in the upper region of Yonggsan , Somjin and Kwangyang River System, we described a new species of Pteronarcys , named as Pteronarcys macra.
A Systematic Study on the Korean Anthozoa 12. ORder Scleractinia
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 127~150
The stony corals known from Korean waters are 24 species , 15 genera, 7 families in 5 suborders, of which 7 species are newly recorded to the Korean scleractinian fauna ; Montipora trabeculata, Oulangia stokesiana miltoni, Goniocorella dumosa, Dendrophyllia arbuscula, D.boschmai cyathohelioides, D. micranthus, and Rhizopsammia minuta mutsuensis. They were collected from 35 localities of southern Korea from 1969 to 1986. For the geographical analysis, the coastal waters of Koarea are divided into four regions ; the Yellow Sea, the Korea Strait, the Cheju Island area and the East Sea (Sea of Japan) . These are based on the species diversity , the geographical distribution form, and the community coefficient, Korean scleractinians consists of 8 temperate zone forms(33.3%, Te) and 16 tropical forms(66.7%, Tr) . Concerning the distribution in each region, 3 spp. (2 Te, 1 Tr) occur in the Yellow Sea, 9 Spp. (5 Te, 4 Tr) in the Korea Strait, 16 spp.(4 Te, 12 Tr) in the Cheju Island area and 5 spp. (2 Te, 3 Tr) in the East Sea. The communicty coefficient between the Korea strait and the East Sea is the highest (0.596), and that between the Yellow Sea and the Cheju Island area is the lowest(0).
Past, present and future plan on the study on Korean Arthropods
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 7, issue 1, 1991, Pages 151~176
The arthropods are the most diverse and successful animal group making up more than three quarters of the total animal species. They also live in a great diversity of habitats on the earth. Because of these unavoidable circumstances, the human life has always been affected by them. Therefore, in many countries from the past, governments have supported the studies of the arthropods on the basis of the national policy. However, the present situation of ours is far behind the other advanced contries, Now we urgently need governmental support fro the development of both the basic and the applied fields of arthropod studies in the well organized manner. Facing with this necessity, the present article reviewed the studies of Korean arthopods based on insect and crustacean representing most of the arthopods. Several subjects were reviewed in the section of the past and present studies on Korean arthropods. These are the studies on Korean arthropods in the past and present, their application to the national strategy, and the present condition of curating specimens, etc. From these reviews, several important points were suggested in the section of future plan. These are such subjects as the establishment of national institution for the curation of specimens , computerizing the data, diversification of research techniques, valid strategy concerning the control of harmful contribution to the nature conversation and environmental management , use as a research animal, the enhancement of public welfare, training of specialists, and policies for the national programs.