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DNA Barcoding of Metazoan Zooplankton Copepods from South Korea
Copepods, small aquatic crustaceans, are the most abundant metazoan zooplankton and outnumber every other group of multicellular animals on earth. In spite of ecological and biological importance inExpand
Nonmarine Ostracoda (Crustacea) from Jeju Island, South Korea, including descriptions of two new species
Collections of brackish and freshwater ostracods on Jeju Island, South Korea, yielded 26 species, including two new species belonging to the genera Cyclocypris and Cypretta, and nine new records forExpand
A Faunistic Study on the Brackish-water Calanoid Copepods from South Korea
Eight calanoid species of 4 genera in 4 families are reported from the various brackish waters such as estuaries, brackish-water lakes, and coastal marshes in South Korea. Among them, EurytemoraExpand
Copepoda (Siphonostomatoida: Dirivultidae) from Hydrothermal Vent Fields on the Central Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean.
Eight species of copepods belonging to the family Dirivultidae (Siphonostomatoida) are described from deep-water hydrothermal vent fields on the Central Indian Ridge in the Indian Ocean.Expand
Four Cyclopoid Species(Copepoda: Cyclopidae) from Limestone Caves and Lava Tube in South Korea
As a result of the faunistic study on the subterranean cyclopoid copepods, four species of three genera in the family Cyclopidae are reported from nine limestone caves and a lava tube in South Korea:Expand
A new gastrotrich species of the genus Tetranchyroderma (Macrodasyida: Thaumastodermatidae) from Korea
Abstract A new gastrotrich species of the genus Tetranchyroderma, bearing three-pronged cuticular hooks, was discovered in the Pacific, from littoral sandy bottoms of a beach at Joyagdo Island offExpand
Nonmarine ostracods (Crustacea) from South Korea, including a description a new species of Tanycypris Triebel (Cyprididae, Cypricercinae)
Preliminary surveys of brackish and freshwater habitats in the southeast and east of South Korea produced a total of fifteenspecies. Ten of these species are new records for Korea, and one additionalExpand
Two new species of the genus Lepidodasys (Gastrotricha, Lepidodasyidae) from Tsushima Island, Japan
This paper provides the first published record of Lepidodasys, a marine gastrotrich genus, from the Pacific. Two new species of Lepidodasys are described from the sublittoral sandy bottom offExpand
Two New Tetranchyroderma Gastrotrichs(Macrodasyida, Thaumastodermatidae) from South Korea
Two new gastrotrich species belonging to genus Tetranchyroderma are described on the basis of the specimens from intertidal or sublittoral sand bottoms of South Korea. TetranchyrodermaExpand
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