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Complete Larval Development of Hemigrapsus sanguineus(Decapoda, Brachyura, Grapsidae) Reared in Laboratory
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 69~86
The larval stages of Hemigrapsus sanguineus were reared in the laboratory and described with illustrative figures. Five zoeal and one megalopal stages were found in the complete larval development. At
, the megalopa and the first crab instar were attained in 18 and 31 days after hatching, respectively. The first zoeal larva of H. sanguineus showed the characteristics ~ h i c h coincide with those of the same genus by bearing lateral spines on carapace, B-types of telson and antenna, 1 +5 setae on the endopod of maxillule, and 2 + 2 setae on the endopod of maxilla. Morphological features of H. sanguineus larvae were compared to the previous descriptions of larvae of the same genus and morphological differences among them were discussed.
An Anomuran, Trizopagurus krempfi Forest(Decapoda, Diogenidae), New to Korean Fauna
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 87~90
Trizopagurus krempfi Forest, 1952 was described for the first time from Korea. The specimens examined were collected at the depth of 50-60 m in the coastal waters near Piyangdo Islet, Cheju Island. This is the second record on the genus Trizopagurus.
Cyclopid Copepods of Genus Oithona in Korean Waters
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 91~102
The genus Oithona was investigated taxonomically in samples collected from 10 regions of the Korean waters. In result, 18 species of the genus Oithona were identified, and a key table on 18 species was given. Of these following nine species were new records for Korean waters: Oithona atlantica, 0 . attenuata, 0 . davisae, 0. hamata, 0. longispina, 0 . oculata, 0 . simplex, 0. tenuis, 0. vivida.
Redescription of Mysid Archaeomysis vulgaris(Nakazawa, 1910) Comb. Nov.(Crustacea: Mysidacea: Gastrosaccinae)
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 103~113
We express our sincere thanks to Professor M. Murano, Tokyo University of Fisheries, for encouragement during the study and kindly criticizing the manuscript. The junior author indebted to Professor S.F. Mawatari, Hokkaido University, for his various facilities. We also immensely owe our gratitude to many persons who made available interesting specimens for this study.
A Marine Harpacticoid, Lourinia armata(Claus, 1866) New to Korea (Crustacea: Copepoda)
Yoo Kwang-Il ; Lee Wonchoel ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 115~121
Only 12 species of marine harpacticoid copepods are ercorded in Koran waters. With the study on the taxonomy of harpacticoid copepods in Korean waters, Lourinia armata(Claus, 1866) was found in the samples from the rocky shore of Names off the east coast and Chiju Hrbor in June and August 1992, respectively. This species is reported to be distributed in the far east Asian coasts for the first time. It was redescribed and figured.
A Systematic Study on Dendrochirotida (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) in Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 123~149
The present study is to examine the taxonomy and distribution of holothurians (especially Subclass Dendrochirotacea) as a part of study on marine invertevrate of Korea. The materials were collected at 10 localities in the coastal seas and islands of Korea from April, 1971 to September, 1992. As a result, 16 dendrochirotida species belonging to 13 genera, 4 families were identified, of which 11 species have not been recorded in Korean fauna before.
Systematic Study on the Fishes of the Family Cobitidae(Pisces, Cypriniformes). 2. Taxonomic Study on the Cobitis taenia complex from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 151~170
Morphometric, band-pattern and electrophoretic analysis on Cobitis taenia complex were performed to investigate the morphological and genetic differentiation and to clarify their taxonomic status. Intermediate types of band-pattern (C and D type) were more frequently expressed than that of types of C. t. taenia(type A) and C. t. lutheri (type B). Sexual dimorphism of band-pattern was observed not only in C. t. taenia(type A) and C. t. lutheri(type B). Sexual dimorphism of band-pattern was observed not only in C. t. lutheri but also in C. t. taenia and C. t. striata as well. Discriminant function analysis based on 19 morphological characters shows no significant differences among C. taenia complex. The degree of genic variation of C. t. striata was higher ( =1.48, P=31.2%, HD=0.009) than those of C. t. striata was higher( =1.48, P=31.2%, HD=0.082 and HG=0.009) than those of C. t. lutheri ( =1.37, P=2.7%, HD=0.058 and HG=0.065). The average genetic similarities between C. t. lutheri and C. t. taenia-C. t. striata were S=0.62 and S=0.66 respectively and these values indicate that C. t. tanenia has evolved specific level of differentiation. C. t. striata and C. t. lutheri show subspecifc level of close genetic similarity (S=0.82). Based on the divergent time estimate (Nei, 1975) it is assumed that C. t. tanenia was branched off from the other subspecies about two million years before present (MYBP) and C. t. striata and C. t. lutheri were differentiated about 0.6 MYBP. The use of C. sinesis an the scientific name for the Korean C. t. taenia, proposed by Kim and Lee (1988) seems incorrect since they are quite different in the structure of lamina circularis (Vladycov, 1935), the external morphology and distribution (Cheng and Zheng, 1987) and the chromosome number(Yu et al., 1989). Kim and Lee(1988) also argued that C.t. striata and C. t. lutheri should be treated as distinct species but the present study and other reports (Kim and Lee, 1984; Kim and Yang, 1993) do not support it. We conclude that C. t. taenia is a good species and C. t. striata and C. t. lutheri are subspecific status. Their scientific names should be revised in the future.
Variation of Mitochondrial DNA in Striped Field Mice, Apodemus agrarius coreae Thomas(Mammalia, Rodentia), from the Korean Penisula
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 171~179
Thirty nine samples of striped field mice (Apodemus agrarius coreae Thomas) from eight localities in the Korean peninsula were used for the analyses of mitochondria1 DNA (mtDNA) fragment patterns resulted from the digestion with eight restriction enzymes. A total of 31 fragments were recognized and seven mtDNA clones were revealed: one clone consisted of 32 among 39 samples from eight localities (1 of 1 from Sogcho, 4 of 5 from Mt. Chiak, 3 of 3 from Mt. Weolak, 2 of 2 from Mt. Sogri, 2 of 2 from Mt. Deokyoo, 3 of 4 from Mt. Jiri, 2 of 4 from Haenam, and 15 of 18 from Cheongju). The nucleotide-sequence divergences (p) among seven mtDNA clones ranged from 0.2% to 2.3% and distinct subgroups were not resulted from the grouping of these clones. It is confirmed that striped field mcie from the Korean peninsula is a single subspecies of Apodemus agrarius (A. agrarius coreae) because they were not divided into separate subgroups in their mtDNA genotypes.
Harpacticoid Copepods of Genus Attheyella (Harpacticoida: Canthocamptidae)in Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 181~190
Four harpacticoid species belonging to genus Attheyella were confirmed from South Korea: Attheyella (Attheyella) coream Miura, A. (A.) paucisetosa Chang and Kim, A. (Mrazekiella) byblis Chang and Kin, and A. (M.) tetraspinosa, n. sp. The new species and the male of A. (A.) paucisetosa are described. A. (M.) tetraspinosa, n. sp. most resembles A. baikalensis Borutzky, but readily distinguished from it and its relatives by the extraordinarily elongated leg 5 exopod and the female leg 5 basipod bearing four spines on it.
Two New Species of Poecilostomatiod Copepoda associated with Razor Clams(Bivalvia, Solendae) in the Yellow Sea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 191~202
Two new species of poecilostomatoid copepod associates, each belonging to the genera Anthessius and Herrmannella, taken from the razor clams of the genus Solen, are described from the Yellow Sea coast.
Eight Harpactiocoid Species of Harpacticidae(Copepoda, Harpacticoida)from Korea
Joon, Song-Sung ; Young, Chang-Cheon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 203~220
Eight harpacticoid species of family Harpacticidae, collected from 47 locations of Korea, are identified. The five species newly reported from Korea, are redescribed and illustrated: Harpacticus nipponicus, Ito, H. compsonyx Monard, Harpacticella oceanica Ito, Zaus robustus Ito, Z. unisetosus Ito.
Two Species of Genus Chordodes(Gordioidea, Nematomorpha) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 221~228
This study on the genus Chordodes was based on the specimens collected from four areas in Korea during the period October 1988 to October 1992. As a result, a new species is described using a scanning electron microscope and conventional method, under the name of Chordodes koreensis. And It was identified that C. japonensis Inoue, 1952 is synonymous with C. ferganensis Kirjanova and Spiridonova, 1989. This genus is reported for the first time from Korea.
Two New Species of Genus Ligidium(Crustacea, Isopoda, Oniscidea) from Taiwan
Wang, Chia-Hsiang ; Kwon, Do-Heon ;
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 229~236
We wish to thank Prof. E. Tremblay and Mr. B. Espinosa(DEAP) for the loan of material, Dr, S. Taiti(Florence) for the arrangment of the loan from DEAP, and Dr. I.K. Jang(Pusan) for the donation of specimens collected at Alishan.
Taxonomic Study on Pemphigidae(Aphidoidea: Homoptera) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 237~249
This study on Pemphigidae was based on the specimens collected from May 1989 to April 1993, at 16 localities of southern part of Korean Penninsula. As a result, 11 species of 7 genera were identified. Of these, four species (Colophina zelkovae, Prociphilus chaenomelis, Tetraneura pumilae, T. iriensis) are new to science. These four species were described and drawn.
Redescription of Two Holostichid Species of Genus Holosticha Wrzesniowski 1877 (Ciliophora, Hypotrichida, Holostichidae) from Seoul, Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 251~259
The soil hypotrichs collected from the moss-covered soils in the campus of Seoul National University were identified as Holosticha multistylata Kahl, 1928 and H. sylvatica Foissner, 1982. These two species are discovered for the first time from Korea and redescribed with illustrations. The description was based on the observation of living specimens, protargol impregnated specimens and biometric analysis. They are distinguished from congeneric species by their following characteristics : 4 frontal cirri in H. multistylata and 7-8 in H. sylvatica, 3 buccal cirri in H. multistylata and 1 in H. sylvatica, 3 dorsal kineties in H. multistylata and 5 in H. sylvatica.
Marine Hydroids(Cnidaria: Hydrozoa: Hydroida) from Cheju Island, Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 261~280
The marine hydroids of Cheju Island in this work identified into 46 species and/or subspecies of 25 genera in 10 families. Of which four species: Rhizocaulus chinensis, Obelia bicuspidata, Sertularia desmoides and Plumularia spinulosa are new to the hydroid fauna of Cheju Island and four species: Hebella parastica, Campanularia groenlandica, Campanularia everta and Sertulareffa natalensis are new to the Korean fauna. Adding these eight species to the previous known species (83 species and/or subspecies) in Cheju Island, the hydroid fauna in Cheju Island identified up to date consists of 91 species and/or subspecies of 41 genera in 12 families. Macrorhynchia phoenicea is dominant species which occur in 10 points, Aglaophenia suensonii in eight points. 71 species (78%) occur in Songsanp'o, 43 species (47%) in Munsom, 26 species (29%) in Supsom, 13 species (14%) in Wimi-ri and 11 species (12%) in P - omsom in order. Thirty-three percent (30 species) of the hydroids of Cheju Island was only found in Cheju Island.
Collembola from North Korea, III. Isotomidae
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity, volume 9, issue 2, 1993, Pages 281~292
Five species of lsotomidae from North Korea, including four new species lsotomurus griseus nsp., I. myohyangsanus nsp., Isotoma grana nsp., I. agrana n. sp. and one new record for North Korea, Folsomia octoculata Handschin, 1925 are described and discussed. The Korean Isotomidae, therefore, come to list 19 species in 6 genera including 15 species in six genera from South Korea.