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New species and records of the spider families Pholcidae, Uloboridae, Linyphiidae, Theridiidae, Phrurolithidae, and Thomisidae (Araneae) from Korea

  • Seo, Bo Keun
    • Journal of Species Research
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.251-290
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    • 2018
  • A new genus and 28 new species are described: Collis n. gen. (type species Collis flavus n. sp.), Pholcus jindongensis n. sp., Pholcus piagolensis n. sp., Pholcus pyeongchangensis n. sp., Pholcus seorakensis n. sp., Pholcus uiseongensis n. sp., Octonoba bicornuta n. sp., Cnephalocotes ferrugineus n. sp., Diplocephaloides falcatus n. sp., Metopobactrus cornis n. sp., Pelecopsis bigibba n. sp., Pelecopsis brunea n. sp., Pelecopsis montana n. sp., Tapinocyba parva n. sp., Tapinocyba subula n. sp., Walckenaeria supercilia n. sp., Agyneta furcula n. sp., Arcuphantes chiakensis n. sp., Arcuphantes chilboensis n. sp., Arcuphantes longiconvolutus n. sp., Arcuphantes namweonensis n. sp., Arcuphantes pennatoides n. sp., Arcuphantes pyeongchangensis n. sp., Collis pusillus n. sp., Collis silvaticus n. sp., Doenitzius minutus n. sp., Nippononeta bituberculata n. sp., and Phrurolithus pennatoides n. sp. Seven species are new to Korea: Hylyphantes nigritus (Simon, 1881), Hypselistes australis Saito and Ono, 2001, Diplostyla concolor (Wider, 1834), Agyneta insulana Tanasevitch, 2000, Phoroncidia altiventris Yoshida, 1985, Theridula iriomotensis Yoshida, 2001, and Xysticus audax (Schrank, 1803).

Siphonostomatoid Copepoda (Crustacea) Associated with Invertebrates from Tropical Waters

  • Kim, Il-Hoi
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • no.nspc8
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    • pp.1-176
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    • 2010
  • Siphonostomatoid copepods associated with marine invertebrates are described from tropical waters of the West Indies and Madagascar. They belong to the families Asterocheridae (7 new genera and 39 new species), Dinopontiidae (one new species), and Nanaspididae (one new species). New taxa of the Asterocheridae are 14 species of Asterocheres (Asterocheres unioviger n. sp., A. trisetatus n. sp., A. bahamensis n. sp., A. tricuspis n. sp., A. plumosus n. sp., A. peniculatus n. sp., A. oricurvus n. sp., A. planus n. sp., A. sensilis n. sp., A. indivisus n. sp., A. nudicoxus n. sp., A. tenuipes n. sp., A. galeatus n. sp., and A. fastigatus n. sp.); 3 species of Hetairosynella n. gen. (Hetairosynella bifurcata n. sp.; H. angulata n. sp.; H. aculeata n. sp.); 15 species of Asteropontius (Asteropontius capillatus n. sp., A. membranulatus n. sp., A. plumatus n. sp., A. parvipes n. sp., A. humesi n. sp., A. angulatus n. sp., A. latioriger n. sp., A. magnisetiger n. sp., A. pinnatus n. sp., A. trifilis n. sp., A. orcafer n. sp., A. bilinguis n. sp., A. dentatus n. sp., A. minutisetiger n. sp., and A. bispinifer n. sp.); Collocherides minutus n. sp.; Cyclocheres sensilis n. gen. n. sp.; Stenomyzon edentatum n. gen. n. sp.; Cephalocheres flagellatus n. gen. n. sp.; Humesimyzon pusillum n. gen. n. sp.; Thermocheres validus n. gen. n. sp.; and Gascardama longisiphonata n. gen. n. sp. New taxa of the remaining two families are Stenopontius spinulatus n. sp. in the Dinopontiidae and Stephopontius ahni n. sp. in the Nanaspididae. Asterocheres crinoidicola Humes, Asteropontius genodon Stock, and Asteropontius ungellatus Stock are redescribed. Asteropontius gonioporae Kim is reported as a new record from Madagascar. A key to species of Asteropontius is provided.

Copepods (Crustacea) Associated with Marine Invertebrates from the Moluccas

  • Kim, Il-Hoi
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • no.nspc6
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    • pp.1-126
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    • 2007
  • Thirty new species consisting of 24 poecilostomatoid and six siphonostomatoid copepods are described as associates of marine invertebrates from the Moluccas. New taxa in the order Poecilostomatoida are Amarda curvus n. sp., Anchimolgus gracilipes n. sp., A. partenuipes n. sp., A. parangensis n. sp., A. hastatus n. sp., Andrianellus papillipes n. sp., Exodontomolgus communis n. gen. n. sp., Jamescookina moluccensis n. sp., Odontomolgus flammeus n. sp., O. parvus n. sp., O. pavonus n. sp., Paranchimolgus parallelus n. gen. n. sp., and Scyphuliger karangmiensis n. sp. in the family Anchimolgidae; Enalcyonium circulatum n. sp. and E. ceramensis n. sp. in the family Lamippidae; Parastericola rimosus n. gen. n. sp. in the family Lichomolgidae; Pseudanthessius truncus n. sp. and P. planus n. sp. in the family Pseudanthessiidae; Acanthomolgus gomumuensis n. sp., A. dispadactylus n. sp., A. bandaensis n. sp., A. ambonensis n. sp., Kombia avitus n. sp. and Pionomolgus moluccensis n. sp. in the family Rhynchomolgiae. New taxa in the order Siphonostomatoida are Cryptopontius acutus n. sp. in the family Artotrogidae; Asteropontius fungicola n. sp., A. gonioporae n. sp., Collocheres humesi n. sp. and C. amicus n. sp. in the family Asterocheridae; and Molucomes ovatus n. gen. n. sp. in the family Stellicomitidae. Species new to the Moluccas and new host records are also included. Lists of 263 species of associated copepods known from the Moluccas and their 135 species of invertebrate hosts are provided.

Poecilostome Copepods (Crustacea: Cyclopoida) Associated with Marine Invertebrates from Tropical Waters

  • Kim, Il-Hoi
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • no.nspc7
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    • pp.1-90
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    • 2009
  • Twenty-two new species of poecilostome copepods associated with marine invertebrates are described from the West Indies, Madagascar, and Pacific coast of Panama. They are Anthessius nosybensis n. sp. and Discanthessius solitarius n. gen. n. sp. in the Anthessiidae; Cemihyclops tenuis n. sp., Hemicyclops tripartitus n. sp., H. humesi n. sp., H. magnus n. sp., and Leptinogaster minuta n. sp. in the Clausidiidae; Schedomolgus crenulatus n. sp. and S. parvipediger n. sp. in the Anchimolgidae; Kelleria multiovigera n. sp. in the Kelleridae; Lichomolgus angustus n. sp. and L. fusiformis n. sp. in the Lichomolgidae; Pseudanthessius acutus n. sp., P. asper n. sp., and Tubiporicola pediger n. gen. n. sp. in the Pseudanthessiidae; Acanthomolgus tenuispinatus n. sp. and Notoxynus lokobensis n. sp. in the Rhynchomolgidae; Eupolymniphilus occidentalis n. sp. and E. brevicaudatus n. sp. in the Sabellephilidae; Enalcyonium robustum n. sp. and E. grandisetigerum n. sp. in the Lamippidae; and O. binoviger n. sp. in the Myicolidae. Hemicyclops geminus Stock is synonymized with H. columnaris Humes which is now known as a species of amphi-American distribution. Hemicyclops columnaris Humes, Modiolicola trabalis Humes, and Ostrincola breviseti Ho and Kim are redescribed.

Ten New Species of the Genus Falcileptoneta (Araneae, Leptonetidae) from Korea

  • Seo, Bo Keun
    • Korean Journal of Environmental Biology
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    • v.33 no.3
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    • pp.290-305
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    • 2015
  • Ten new species of the genus Falcileptoneta are described; Falcileptoneta bifurca n. sp., F. boeunensis n. sp., F. chiakensis n. sp., F. cornuta n. sp., F. digitalis n. sp., F. hansanensis n. sp., F. juwangensis n. sp., F. moakensis n. sp., F. naejangenesis n. sp., and F. unmunensis n. sp. And six species previously known as Leptoneta spiders are transferred to Falcileptoneta as fo11ows; Falcileptoneta coreana (Paik and Namkung, 1969), F. hwanseonensis (Namkung, 1987), F. secula (Namkung, 1987), F. simboggulensis (Paik, 1971), F. yebongsanensis (Kim, Lee and Namkung, 2004), and F. yongdamgulensis (Paik and Namkung, 1969), all n. comb.

Six New Agelas Species (Demospongiae: Agelasida: Agelasidae) from Kosrae Island, The Federated States of Micronesia

  • Sim, Chung Ja;Kim, Young A
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.30 no.3
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    • pp.196-205
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    • 2014
  • This paper describes six new species of sponges in the genus Agelas from Kosrae Island, The Federated States of Micronesia. Most Agelasid sponges are known from only tropical regions. All the new Agelas species; A. fragum n. sp., A. kosrae n. sp., A. purpurea n. sp., A. bakusi n. sp., A. vansoesti n. sp. and A. incrustans n. sp. are compared with other valid species that were studied. Six new species differ from the other species by morphology, growth form, skeletal fibres, habitats and spicule size. Agelas fragum n. sp. is characterized by its tuberculate surface and primary fibres with brush-like spicules. Agelas kosrae n. sp. is differs in skeletal structure and have tertiary fibres. Agelas purpurea n. sp. is characterized by primary, secondary and tertiary fibres are all cored with spicules. Agelas bakusi n. sp. is similar to Agelas clathrodes in shape, but differs in the primary fibres. Agelas vansoesti n. sp. is characterized by having acanthostrongyles. Agelas incrustans n. sp. is distinguished by its encrusting and not cavernous interior.

Anatomy of Spleen Meridian Muscle in human (족태음비경근(足太陰脾經筋)의 해부학적(解剖學的) 고찰(考察))

  • Park Kyoung-Sik
    • Korean Journal of Acupuncture
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.65-75
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    • 2003
  • This study was carried to identify the component of Spleen Meridian Muscle in human, dividing into outer, middle, and inner part. Lower extremity and trunk were opened widely to demonstrate muscles, nerve, blood vessels and the others, displaying the inner structure of Spleen Meridian Muscle. We obtained the results as follows; 1. Spleen Meridian Muscle is composed of the muscle, nerve and blood vessels. 2. In human anatomy, it is present the difference between a term of nerve or blood vessels which control the muscle of Meridian Muscle and those which pass near by Meridian Muscle. 3. The inner composition of meridian muscle in human arm is as follows ; 1) Muscle; ext. hallucis longus tend., flex. hallucis longus tend.(Sp-1), abd. hallucis tend., flex. hallucis brevis tend., flex. hallucis longus tend.(Sp-2, 3), ant. tibial m. tend., abd. hallucis, flex. hallucis longus tend.(Sp-4), flex. retinaculum, ant. tibiotalar lig.(Sp-5), flex. digitorum longus m., tibialis post. m.(Sp-6), soleus m., flex. digitorum longus m., tibialis post. m.(Sp-7, 8), gastrocnemius m., soleus m.(Sp-9), vastus medialis m.(Sp-10), sartorius m., vastus medialis m., add. longus m.(Sp-11), inguinal lig., iliopsoas m.(Sp-12), ext. abdominal oblique m. aponeurosis, int. abd. ob. m., transversus abd. m.(Sp-13, 14, 15, 16), ant. serratus m., intercostalis m.(Sp-17), pectoralis major m., pectoralis minor m., intercostalis m.(Sp-18, 19, 20), ant. serratus m., intercostalis m.(Sp-21) 2) Nerve; deep peroneal n. br.(Sp-1), med. plantar br. of post. tibial n.(Sp-2, 3, 4), saphenous n., deep peroneal n. br.(Sp-5), sural cutan. n., tibial. n.(Sp-6, 7, 8), tibial. n.(Sp-9), saphenous br. of femoral n.(Sp-10, 11), femoral n.(Sp-12), subcostal n. cut. br., iliohypogastric n., genitofemoral. n.(Sp-13), 11th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-14), 10th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-15), long thoracic n. br., 8th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-16), long thoracic n. br., 5th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-17), long thoracic n. br., 4th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-18), long thoracic n. br., 3th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-19), long thoracic n. br., 2th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-20), long thoracic n. br., 6th. intercostal n. and its cut. br.(Sp-21) 3) Blood vessels; digital a. br. of dorsalis pedis a., post. tibial a. br.(Sp-1), med. plantar br. of post. tibial a.(Sp-2, 3, 4), saphenous vein, Ant. Med. malleolar a.(Sp-5), small saphenous v. br., post. tibial a.(Sp-6, 7), small saphenous v. br., post. tibial a., peroneal a.(Sp-8), post. tibial a.(Sp-9), long saphenose v. br., saphenous br. of femoral a.(Sp-10), deep femoral a. br.(Sp-11), femoral a.(Sp-12), supf. thoracoepigastric v., musculophrenic a.(Sp-16), thoracoepigastric v., lat. thoracic a. and v., 5th epigastric v., deep circumflex iliac a.(Sp-13, 14), supf. epigastric v., subcostal a., lumbar a.(Sp-15), intercostal a. v.(Sp-17), lat. thoracic a. and v., 4th intercostal a. v.(Sp-18), lat. thoracic a. and v., 3th intercostal a. v., axillary v. br.(Sp-19), lat. thoracic a. and v., 2th intercostal a. v., axillary v. br.(Sp-20), thoracoepigastric v., subscapular a. br., 6th intercostal a. v.(Sp-21)

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Four New Species of the Genus Hyattella (Dictyoceratida: Spongiidae) from Korea

  • Sim, Chung Ja;Lee, Kyung Jin
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.30 no.1
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    • pp.16-21
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    • 2014
  • Four new species of the genus Hyattella (Dictyoceratida: Spongiidae); H. sinchangensis n. sp., H. mara n. sp., H. chuja n. sp. and H. lendenfeldi n. sp., were collected from Jeollanam-do and Jeju-do, Korea. Hyattella sinchangensis n. sp., H. mara n. sp., H. chuja n. sp. and H. grobosa Lendenfeld, 1889 are very similar to each other in some characters. However, Hyattella sinchangensis n. sp. characterized by no special dermal lamella and no tertiary fibres, and more thin secondary fibres than H. globosa. Hyattella mara n. sp. is differs in having well developed dermal lamella, slightly fasciculated primary fibres, and thick tertiary fibres. Hyattella chuja n. sp. differs in surface characters with a slightly elevated part, skeleton with abundant spongine, and very complex meshes. Hyattella lendenfeldi n. sp. is similar to H. tenella (Lendenfeld, 1889) in skeletal structure, thickness of primary and secondary fibres, but differs in growth form.

Water Mites of the Genus Aturus (Acarina: Aturidae) in Korea (Aturus 속의 한국산 물응애 (진드기목))

  • 김일희;정경숙
    • The Korean Journal of Zoology
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    • v.36 no.3
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    • pp.329-341
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    • 1993
  • Eight species of the water mites of the genus Aturus are described from Korea. Five are new to science, and these are: A. multiclovus n. sp., A. kumariensis n. sp., A. multisetus n. sp., A. pilosus n. sp. and A parapilosus n. sp. In addition, A. caudatus and A. miyozakii are reported for the first time from this country. One unnamed species is also included. All the species are described on the basis of males.

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