- Volume 18 Issue 1
Two lichomolgoid copepods, Lichomolgus inflatus Tanaka and Philoconcha paphiae Yamaguti, both known very rarely since the original descriptions, are redescribed based on the specimens discovered as associates with the bivalve Dosinorbis japonicus from the Korea Strait. Lichomolgus inflatus is very closely related to L. chamarum Humes, but can be differentiated by the features of the rostrum and genital double-somite. Philoconcha paphiae is found to have an extremely variable leg armature. This is the first discovery of the two species of copepods outside the Japanese waters.
- J. Nat. Hist. v.34 Poecilostomatoid copepods from an intertidal mud flat in the Yellow Sea Kim, I. H https://doi.org/10.1080/002229300299543
- Crustaceana. Suppl. v.1 Two new copepods(Cyclopoida, Lichomolgidae) from marive pelecypods in Madagascar Humes, A. G
- I. Jap. J. Zool. v.7 no.1 Parasitic copepods from mollusks of Japan Yamaguti. S.
- Rec. oceanogr. Wks Japan no.6 The biology of the commercial copepods in Japanese marine bivalves Ko, Y;Y. Murakami;K. Daiku
- Smiths. Contr. Zool. A Revision of the Family Lichomolgidae Kossmann, 1877, Cyclopoid Copepods Mainly Associatied with Marine Invertebrates Humes, A. G;J. H. Stock
- J. Fac. Agric. Kyushu Univ. v.11 no.3 On copepods associated with marine pelecypods in Kyushu Tanaka
- Cirripedia, Symbiotic Copepoda, and Pycnogonida no.38 Illustrated Encyclopedia of Fauna and Flora of Korea Kim, I. H.