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Diversity of Intertidal Benthic Invertebrate of Dokdo and Ulleung-do Island from Korea
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This study investigated the diversity of benthic invertebrate on harbor rocks of Ulleung-do (Jeodong Harbor), Tonggumi Mongdol Coast, Geobuk Bawi and rocks in Dokdo docks for twice in June and September to show that total 26 species including 3 species of Cnidaria, 14 species of Mollusks, 6 species of Arthropod and3 species of Echinoderm live in rocks of Dok Do docks. Expand
Isocadiolides A-H: Polybrominated Aromatics from a Synoicum sp. Ascidian.
Isocadiolides A-H (1-8) and cadiolide N (9), new polybrominated aromatic compounds, were isolated from a Korean Synoicum sp. ascidian. On the basis of the results of extensive spectroscopic analyses,Expand
A study on the biodiversity of benthic invertebrates in the waters of Seogwipo, Jeju Island, Korea
Abstract The biodiversity of benthic invertebrates in the intertidal and subtidal regions of Gapado, Beomseom, and Munseom islets was surveyed twice in May and September 2013 to study the state ofExpand
Distribution of Marine Invertebrates of Bigeum-do Island, Sinan-gun, Jeollanam-do, Korea
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A list of 117 species belonging to 58 families, which includes the 71 marine invertebrates species observed during the study and the 88 species reported in the 2nd National Natural Environment Survey of 2000, was used to create an inventory of marine inverts studied in Bigeumdo (Is.), Sinan-gun, Jeollanam-do. Expand
A First Record of the Genus Eusynstyela (Ascidiacea: Stolidobranchia: Styelidae) from Korea
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Detailed descriptions and photographs of E. monotestis (Tokioka, 1953) are provided and it is shown that this species is distinct from other species by having gonad with only single male follicle. Expand
First Records of Two Species of Genus Clavelina (Ascidiacea: Aplousobranchia: Clavelinidae) from Korea
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Three species of the genus Clavelina are now recorded in Korean fauna as well as expanding the distribution range of these species to Korea. Expand
First Record of Synoicum clavatum (Ascidiacea: Aplousobranchia: Polyclinidae) from Korea
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Detailed descriptions and illustrations of S. clavatum are provided as the first record in Korea of a colonial ascidian characterized by club­ shaped colonies with oval head and elongate stalk, circular cloacal systems, a branchial sac with 14-16 stigmata rows of 10-17Stigmata per row and a stomach with smooth surface. Expand