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A New Species of Synandwakia and Two Newly Recorded Species of Athenaria (Anthozoa: Actiniaria) from Korea
Actiniarians were collected from the sandy mud flat of Deokjeokdo, Jak-yakdo, Yeoungjongdo and Hupo of Korean waters from 1962 to 1998. They are identified into three species of two families, which
Two New Records of Hydromedusae (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa) in Korea
The Korean hydromedusan fauna consists of 15 species of five orders, including P. physalia.
Taxonomy of Actiniidae (Anthozoa, Actiniaria, Thenaria, Endomyaria) from Korea
Three species are newly recorded to Korean fauna: Dofleinia armota Wassilieff, 1908, Urticina coriacea and Urticinu crassicornis.
Three New Records of Antipatharia (Anthozoa: Ceriantipatharia) from Korea
Three species, Antipathes densa, A. grandiflora, and A. dubia, have been newly recorded to Korean antipatharian fauna with the samples collected from Jeju-do during the period from 2003 to 2005.
Two New Species of Orecturus (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida: Asterocheridae) Associated with Octocorals from Korea
Two new species of the genus Orecturus are described os associates of octocorals in Cheju Island, Korea, which are similar to O. excavatus but can be distinguished from it by possessing a single seta on the second segment of maxilla.
Mass propagating method of soft corals using self-cleaving induction
A mass propagating method of soft corals using self-cleaving induction is provided to increase a large amount of individuals by inducing the self-cleaving of the soft corals through adjustment of
Three New Records of Actiniaria (Anthozoa: Zoantharia) from Korea
The Korean actiniarian fauna consists of four athenarian and 23 thenarian species in suborder Nynantheae, which is described in detail with figures and tables together with the distribution and size of cnidae.
Geographic Variation and Genetic Diversity between Polluted and Unpolluted Sites of Korean Littorina brevicula (Gastropoda, Littorinidae) Based on the Mitochondrial Cytochrome b Gene Sequence
MtDNA cyt b gene was used to investigate the geographic variation of 11 populations (106 individuals) of the planktonic developing, periwinkle Littorina brevicula, throughout Eastern, Western, and