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Two New Species of Genus Suberites (Hadromerida: Suberitidae) from Korea

  • Shim, Eun-Jeong (Department of Biological Sciences, College of Life Sciences and Nano Technology, Hannam University) ;
  • Sim, Chung-Ja (Department of Biological Sciences, College of Life Sciences and Nano Technology, Hannam University)
  • Published : 2008.07.31

Abstract

Two new marine sponges in genus Suberites, S. hataedoensis n. sp and S. waedoensis n. sp have been collected from Hataedo Island and Waedo Island, Korea during 2005-2006. S. hataedoensis n. sp. is similar to S. durissimus in the spicule composition and texture. However, they differ in growth form, skeleton and surface. S. waedoensis n. sp. is similar to S. japonicus in spicule composition and skeleton. However, they differ in growth form, surface and texture.

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