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Odontosia patricia (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae) New to Korea, with Comment on the Notodontid Fauna of High Altitude of Jirisan Mt.

  • Choi, Sei-Woong
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.269-272
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    • 2008
  • We report a species of Notodontidae, Odontosia patricia Stichel 1918 for the first time from Korea. Two males of O. patricia were collected at the end of May, 2008 from Quercus mongolica forest of Jirisan Mt., a Korea Long-Term Ecological Research site. The notodontid-moth fauna and population changes of three years (2005-2007) from Q. mongolica forest site are provided.

A New Report of Odontosia sieversii (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae) from Korea

  • Choi, Sei-Woong;Kim, Sung-Soo
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.29 no.4
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    • pp.316-319
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    • 2013
  • In Korea, 104 species of Notodontidae have been recorded. The genus Odontosia H$\ddot{u}$bner is characterized by the elongate and serrate margin of its forewing and the prominent harpe of valva and many spinular cornuti on the vesica of the male genitalia and the robust ductus bursae and large, ovate and sclerotized corpus bursae of the female genitalia. Only one species of Odontosia, O. patricia Stichel, 1918, has been reported from Korea. In this paper, Odontosia sieversii ($M\acute{e}n\acute{e}tri\grave{e}s$, 1856) is newly added to the Korean fauna based on three male specimens collected at Mt. Bangtaesan, Gangwon-do, Korea. Diagnosis for the species and photographs of adult and genitalia of the genus Odontosia are provided.

A New Record of Notodontidae Moth, Neodrymonia marginalis in Korea

  • Choi, Sei-Woong;Kim, Sung-Soo;Jeon, Ju-A
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.36 no.2
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    • pp.164-166
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    • 2020
  • Herein, we report a new record of Notodontidae moth, Neodrymonia marginalis (Matsumura) in Korea. This species is characterized by grayish forewing that shows thick dark grayish band between basal and antemedial line, smooth postmedial line costally with blackish crescent line, dark grayish subtermen with dark brownish thick band costally, and whitish and black dot shaped discal dot. The female genitalia can be distinguished by the broad, plate-shaped postvaginalis, strongly sclerotized ductus dursae with three long spike shaped and several small spike shaped processes, and large, ovate corpus bursae with a large fan-shaped plate signum. Neodrymonia marginalis can be distinguished from N. deliana by the shape and color of the costal part of postmedial line and subtermen of forewing. The female genitalia of N. marginalis can be distinguished from those of N. deliana by the rectangular postvaginalis and more spike like processes of the anterior of ductus bursae. Up to now, four species of Neodrymonia are recorded in Korea: N. delia (Leech, 1889), N. coreana Matsumura, 1922, N. deliana Gaede, 1933, and Neodrymonia marginalis.

A New Record of Disparia diluta from Korea, with Note on Disparia nihonica (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae)

  • Kwon, Young-Dae;Ji, Eun-Mi;Park, Kyu-Tek
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.35-37
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    • 2010
  • A notodontid moth, Disparia diluta (Hampson, 1910) is reported for the first time from the Korean peninsula. At the same time, taxonomical note for D. nihonica (Wileman, 1911) is given. The male genitalia of D. nihonica (Wileman) were erroneously illustrated as those of Neodrymonia delia (Leech) by Tshisjakov and Kwon (1999), and Schintlmeister (2008) cited D. nihonica (Wileman) to be distributed in the Korean peninsula, based on the illustration.

Fifteen Unrecorded Species of Moths from Korea (한국산 미기록 나방 15 종에 대하여)

  • 박세욱
    • The Korean Journal of Zoology
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.53-57
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    • 1964
  • In this paper the author has newly recorded fifteen species of moths from Korea as follows : Acrodontis fumosa PROUT (Geometridae) , Dendrolimus yamadai NAGANO(Lasiocampidae), Mirina christophi STAUDINGER(Endromidae), Ramesa tosta WALKER (Notodontidae). Apamea scolopacina subbrunnea WAREEN(Noctuidae), Anuga multiplicans WALKER (Noctuidae), Bena karaeffti GRAESER(Noctuidae), Macrochochthonia fervens BUTLER (Noctuidae) ,Hyposada brunnea LEECH (Noctuidae), Catocala eminens STAUDINGER (Noctuidae), Bleptina contigua LEECH (Noctuidae), Dichromia orosia CRAMER (Noctuidae), Diarsia pacifica BOURSIN (Noctuidae), Nyctemera plagifera WALKER (arctiidae), Phyllosphingia dissimilis BREMER (Sphingidae).

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Species Composition and Species Diversity of Moths (Lepidoptera) on Quercus mongolica forests sand Pinus densiflora forests, in Korean National Long-term Ecological Research Sites (Mt. Nam, Mt. Jiri, Mt. Wolak) (국가 장기 생태 연구지(남산, 지리산, 월악산)의 신갈나무림과 소나무림에서 포획된 나방류의 종조성 및 종다양도)

  • Yi, Hoon-Bok;Kim, Hyun-Jung
    • Korean journal of applied entomology
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    • v.49 no.2
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    • pp.105-113
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    • 2010
  • Moths were collected using a 22W UV black light trap in June through September in 2005 and May, June, August and September in 2006. The study sites were Namsan (Mt. Nam), Jirisan (Mt. Jiri), Woraksan (Mt. Worak) which are part of the Korean National Long Term Ecological Research (KNLTER). There were two common forest communities, Quercus mongolica and Pinus densiflora. The purpose of this study was to compare species diversity of the major plant feeding Lepidoptera in the two forest types at the regional KNLTER sites. We collected a total of 435 species from the KLTER sites in 2005 and 2006. Abundance of moths was highest at Woraksan (Mt. Worak) followed by Jirisan (Mt. Jiri). The Namsan (Mt. Nam) site had the lowest, with five families (Arctiidae, Geometridae, Noctuidae, Notodontidae, and Pyralidae). Analysis of variance (ANOVA) showed statistically significant differences at sampling date in species abundance as a response variable and at site in species richness as another response variable. Although we expected a distinct cluster with the forest type at each study site, one of ordination analyses, nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMS), showed distinct clusters with the moth assemblages at each site only but NMS did not show any distinct cluster with the different forest types at each site as we expected.

Moth (Lepidoptera) Fauna of Golf Courses in Jinju, Gyeongsangnamdo, Korea (경남 진주지역 골프장의 나방상 연구)

  • Kim, Jong-Ju;Lee, Suk-Jun;Jung, Young-Hak;Lee, Sang-Myeong;Choo, Ho-Yul;Lee, Dong-Woon
    • Asian Journal of Turfgrass Science
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.30-42
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    • 2011
  • Moths were collected to survey turfgrass pest and to compare species diversity from Jinju Country Club in Jinju, Gyeongsangnamdo, Korea, every 10 days using 200W mercury light trap from middle May to late October in 2008. As the results, only 23 individuals of Pseudaletia separata, Spodoptera depravata, Spodoptera litura, Agrotis segetum, and Agrotis ipsilon were collected as turf grass insect pests. However, 2028 individuals of 388 species in 22 families were collected in total. Dominant species was Culcula panterinaria, Fentonia ocypete, Hypsopygia regina, Culcula panterinaria, Flavocrambus striatellus, and Diarsia camescens in May, June, July, August, September and October, respectively. Species diversity was not different between two surveyed sites, but different among surveyed time. Species richness was more higher in hole 11 (Hole was surrounded by natural forest and located near pond) than hole 15 (Hole was located at the top part of mountain). Dominance index of moth was increased from October compared with diverse index and richness index were decreased from October. A large number of species and individuals were recorded in Noctuidae (502 individuals in 131 species), Geometridae (491 individuals in 84 species), Pyralidae (386 individuals in 73 species), and Notodontidae (277 individuals in 25 species). These four families were 80.9% out of all the collected species.

Spatio-temporal Moth Diversity (Insecta: Lepidoptera) of Mt. Baegun-san, Gwangyang, Jeonnam (전라남도 광양시 백운산 나방 (곤충강: 나비목)의 시공간적 다양성 연구)

  • Choi, Sei-Woong;Nho, Dong-Ho;Kim, Sang-Soo;Hong, Kee-Jeong
    • Korean Journal of Ecology and Environment
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    • v.49 no.1
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    • pp.62-66
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    • 2016
  • This study was aimed to investigate the elevational and seasonal variation of moth diversity of Mt. Baegun-san, Gwangyang-city, Jeonnam. Moth collecting was carried out using a UV light trap at three different elevational sites from September to October 2014 and from April to October 2015 (9 times) except winter. A total of 288 moth species and 1,444 individuals in 15 families were identified. Geometridae (97 species and 740 individuals) were the most dominant in the numbers of species and individuals, followed by Noctuidae (62 species, 193 individuals), Erebidae (52 species, 177 individuals) and Notodontidae (16 species, 111 individuals). Elevational change showed that the lower elevation, the higher number of species and individuals. Seasonal change of numbers of species and individuals showed the M-shaped pattern with June and August peaks. Compared to the previous records from historical literatures, 197 species were newly added and the total moth species richness of Mt. Baegun-san comprised 449 species in 20 families. The Chao 2 estimated number of species using the observed species including unpublished data set was 1,530 species that comprised about 43% of the Korean Lepidopteran fauna. This large number of estimated species requested the more extensive and long-term survey for better understanding of the total moth fauna in this area.