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First Record of the Genus Psilomma Förster (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae) from the Eastern Palaearctic Region (동구북구 지역의 미기록속 Psilomma Förster (벌목: Diapriidae)에 대한 보고)

  • Kim, Chang-Jun;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Korean journal of applied entomology
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    • v.55 no.3
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    • pp.293-296
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    • 2016
  • The genus Psilomma $F{\ddot{o}}rster$, 1856 and a species of the genus, P. dubium Kieffer, 1908 are recorded for the first time from South Korea. The genus Psilomma is also recorded from the Eastern Palaearctic region for the first time. Redescription and photographs of the diagnostic characters of P. dubium are provided.

Taxonomic Review of the Genus Plectiscidea (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Orthocentrinae) from South Korea

  • Choi, Jin-Kyung;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.36 no.1
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    • pp.85-90
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    • 2020
  • The three newly recognized species of the genus Plectiscidea are reported in this: Plectiscidea aquilonia Humala, 2003, Plectiscidea bistriata (Thomson, 1888), and Plectiscidea collaris(Gravenhorst, 1829). Among them, P. bistriata is recorded for the first time in the Eastern Palaearctic region and this genus is reported for the first time from South Korea. A key to species of this genus and and photographs of each species are provided.

Synoptic list of Symphyta (Hymenoptera) in Korea

  • Lee, Jong-Wook;Choi, Jin-Kyung;Park, Bia
    • Journal of Species Research
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.1-96
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    • 2019
  • The suborder Symphyta comprises more than 8,000 described species worldwide, of which about 4,400 extant species are recorded from the Eastern Palaearctic. Symphyta can be easily distinguished from the suborder Apocrita by the abdomen, which is broadly joined to the thorax. The larvae of most species feed on herbaceous to woody. A list of the 418 described species of Symphyta in Korea is presented. The list is in taxonomic sequence by superfamily, family, subfamily and genus and includes 116 genera in 22 subfamilies, 12 families, and seven superfamilies. We provide the page reference of the original description of every species and genus listed, Korean name, host records, and all Korean records. The list also provides the distribution of all the species by country.

Eight New Records the Genus Teleutaea (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Banchinae) from South Korea (한국산 나방살이뭉툭맵시벌속(벌목, 맵시벌과, 가시뭉툭맵시벌아과)의 8미기록종에 관한 보고)

  • Kang, Gyu-Won;Choi, Jin-Kyung;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Korean journal of applied entomology
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    • v.57 no.4
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    • pp.235-241
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    • 2018
  • South Korean species of the genus Teleutaea is taxonomically studied. This genus is recorded from South Korea for the first time with eight species, Teleutaea acarinata, T. brischkei, T. diminuta, T. minamikawai, T. mishae, T. nigra, T. orientalis and T. ussuriensis. A key to eight South Korean species of Teleutaea and digital images are provided.

Review of the Genera Clistopyga and Endromopoda (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) from South Korea

  • Song, Geun-Myeong;Choi, Jin-Kyung;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.34 no.2
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    • pp.69-78
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    • 2018
  • We reviewed five South Korean species belonging to the genera Clistopyga Gravenhorst, 1829 and Endromopoda $Hell{\acute{e}}n$, 1939, which are recorded for the first time from South Korea: Clistopyga incitator (Fabricius, 1793), Clistopyga sziladyi Kiss, 1959, Endromopoda arundinator (Fabricius, 1804), Endromopoda detrita (Holmgren, 1860), and Endromopoda phragmitidis (Perkins, 1957). The genus Clistopyga can be distinguished from the congeneric species by distinctly upcurved ovipositor, with enlarged hypopygium, and Endromopoda by apical perpendicular teeth of ovipositor on apex. Diagnoses, illustrations and keys to South Korean species of the genera Clistopyga and Endromopoda are provided.

Review of the Genera Acrodactyla and Acropimpla (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) from South Korea

  • Song, Geun-Myeong;Choi, Jin-Kyung;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.33 no.4
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    • pp.211-227
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    • 2017
  • We reviewed ten South Korean species of the genera Acrodactyla Haliday, 1838 and Acropimpla Townes, 1960. Only Acropimpla persimilis (Ashmead, 1906) has been distributed in South Korea, and Acrodactyla is recorded for the first time from South Korea. We report nine newly recorded species: Acrodactyla carinator (Aubert, 1965), Acrodactyla degener (Haliday, 1838), Acrodactyla lydia Kasparyan, 1979, Acrodactyla takewakii (Uchida, 1927), Acrodactyla varicarinata (Uchida and Momoi, 1958), Acropimpla aspera Gupta and Tikar, 1976, Acropimpla didyma (Gravenhorst, 1829), Acropimpla nakula Gupta and Tikar, 1976 and Acropimpla pictipes (Gravenhorst, 1829). Keys to South Korean species of the genera Acrodactyla and Acropimpla, diagnoses and illustrations are provided.

Two Newly Recorded Species of Genus Ophion (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Ophioninae) from South Korea

  • Kim, Ki-Beom;Kang, Gyu-Won;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.33 no.4
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    • pp.278-283
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    • 2017
  • One of the largest genera of subfamily Ophioninae, Ophion, has been reported 144 species in the World. Nevertheless, recorded members of genus Ophion are 40 species in the Eastern Palaearctic region, 8 in South Korea (O. ainoicus, O. choaspese, O. flavopictus, O. fuscomaculatus, O. luteus luteus, O. obscuratus obscuratus, O. okunii, O. takaozanus). In this paper, a taxonomic list of genus Ophion from South Korea is provided for the first time. Two newly recorded species, Ophion hokkaidonis Uchida and Ophion nikkonis Uchida, are reported from South Korea. A key to these South Korean species, diagnoses of the two newly recorded species and digital images are provided.

Review of the Genera Scambus and Tromatobia (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) from South Korea

  • Song, Geun-Myeong;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.33 no.3
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    • pp.145-161
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    • 2017
  • We reviewed eight South Korean species of the genera Scambus Hartig, 1838 and Tromatobia $F{\ddot{o}}rster$, 1869. Among them, the Genus Scambus Hartig, 1838 is a moderately large group that includes 152 species worldwide. The South Korean genus Scambus Hartig, 1838 only includes one species, Scambus calobatus (Gravenhorst, 1829). The Tromatobia $F{\ddot{o}}rster$, 1869 group is a relatively small genus, including 33 worldwide species. This group is recorded for the first time from South Korea. Also, we report seven newly recorded species: Scambus nigricans (Thomson, 1877), Scambus vesicarius (Ratzeburg, 1844), Tromatobia flavistellata Uchida and Momoi, 1957, Tromatobia nipponica Uchida, 1928, Tromatobia ornata (Gravenhorst, 1829), Tromatobia ovivora (Boheman, 1821), and Tromatobia variabilis (Holmgren, 1856). A key to South Korean species of the genera Scambus Hartig, 1838 and Tromatobia $F{\ddot{o}}rster$, 1869, diagnoses and illustrations are provided.

Taxonomic Study of the Subfamily Lycorininae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) from Korea

  • Choi, Jin-Kyung;Cha, Jin-Yeol;Lee, Jong-Wook
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.30 no.1
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    • pp.49-54
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    • 2014
  • Korean species of the subfamily Lycorininae Cushman & Rohwer are reviewed. This subfamily along with three species, Lycorina triangulifera Holmgren, 1859, L. spilonotae Chao, 1980, and L. ruficornis Kasparyan, 2007, are reported for the first time from Korea. In this genus, five species have been reported from the Eastern Palaearctic region, six species from China and two species from Japan. Some species of this subfamily is known as parasitoids of Crambidae and Tortricidae. We report three newly recorded species from Korea, Lycorina triangulifera, L. spilonotae, and L. ruficornis, and provide diagnoses with photographs of lycorinine species and a key to the Korean species.