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Volume 9, Issue 2 - Dec 1993
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Jun 1993
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Cerithiiidae (Gastropoda: Mesogastropoda) from Korean Water
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 1~11
Cerithiid specimens collected in South Korean waters (12 localities) during the period from August 1965 to October 1991 were identified and classified. In the present study, seven species in six genera were identified as Korean Cerithiidae. Among them, three species, Blttlum variegatum Kuroda and Habe, 1971, Brttrum cratlculatum Gould, 1860 and Ataxocerlthlum abnormale (Sowerby, 1903), are new to Korean malacofauna and fully redescribed with illustrations.
Two New Species of Genus Phytoseius (Phytoseiidae, Acari) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 13~18
Two new species of the genus Phytoselus are described from Korea: P. (P.) seungtall n. sp. from Ky6nggi Province and P. (P.) sonunensls n. sp. Rom Chonbuk Province.
Four Species of Tribe Cochylini(Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) New To Korea
Byun Bong Kyu ; Park Kyu Tek ; Kawabe Atsushi ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 19~23
Four species of the tribe Cochylini [Stenodes hedemannlana (Snellen); Phalonidia chlorolitha (Meyrick); P. latifasciana Razowski; Eupoecilia inouei Kawabe] are reported for the first time from Korea.
Study of Vertebral Column and Pterygiophores in Gobiidae (Pisces, Perciformes) from Korea
Lee, yong-Joo ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 25~34
Several osteological characters of 45 species belonging to 26 genera and 4 subfamilies in th family Gobiidae were surveyed based on 348 specimens collected from April, 1984 to September, 1992 in the southern part of Korea. The characters include the following: first dorsal-fin pterygiophore formula, vertebral number, epural number, and number of anal-fin pterygiophores anterior to the first haemal spine. The first dorsal-fin pterygiophore formula and epural number showed considerable stability at the generic level, and the apeared useful characters at the species level. Among them, the epural number used formerly to distinguish gobiid subfamilies was considered to be unimpotant taxonomic character in the classification of the subfamily Gobiinae.
Systematic Study on Bryozoans from the South Sea in Korea II. Smittinidae
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 35~50
The Korean byozoans belonging to the Smittinidae, collected at 15 localities from the South Sea during the period from 1969 to 1991, were studied taxonomically. They are found to consist of eleven species, including one new species, Parasmfttfna contraria sp. nov. Of remaining 10 species, following four are known to be new to the Korean fauna: Smittfna malleolus, Parasmittfna elongata, Parasmittina crosslandf and Smfttofdea t-eticulata. Up to now, it is known that the Korean Smittinidae comprises 21 recorded species, including 19 species found from the South Sea. Eleven species are dealt with in the present report, with presentation of keys to the species of each genus, and photographic illustrations for the new species and tliose new to the Korean fauna.
New Record of the Gobiid Fish, Parioglossus dotui(Pisces, Gobiidae) from Korea
Kim Yong Uk ; Han, Kyeong Ho ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 51~59
A gobiid fish, Parioglossus dotui Tomiyama is described from 359 specimens collected at Cheju-do and Pusan, in August 1994 of 1986. This is the first definitive record of the species in the Korean waters. Parioglossus dotui having a small-sized body usually is found swimming in schools. The branchiostegals are 5 in number on each side. It grows up to 40mm in total length. Most of ventral fins are separated and connected with rudimentray membrane. In this species, the lateral line were indistincet or absent. The caudal fin slightly emarginates or truncates in both sexes, with a dark spot at the border of the base. It Inhabits inlet waters and estuaries of rivers. "Deungsul mang-dug" is proposed as Korean name of this species.
Lepeophtheirus tuberculatus, a New Copepod (Siphonostomatoida, Caligidae) Parasitic on the Greenlings(Pisces) from the Sea of Japan
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 61~67
Lepeophtheirus tuberculatus, n. sp., is described from the greenlings Hexagrammos otakii and H. agrammus from the Sea of Japan off Mangreung, Korea. This species has been confused with L. scuttger Shiino, 1952 and L. sheni Boxshall and Bellwood, 1981. However, the new species apparently differs from the latter two species.