New enchytraeid species from Mount Hallasan (Jeju Island, Korea) (Enchytraeidae, Oligochaeta).

@article{DzsaFarkas2018NewES,
  title={New enchytraeid species from Mount Hallasan (Jeju Island, Korea) (Enchytraeidae, Oligochaeta).},
  author={Kl{\'a}ra D{\'o}zsa-Farkas and Tam{\'a}s Felf{\"o}ldi and Hajnalka Nagy and Yong Hong},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2018},
  volume={4496 1},
  pages={
          337-381
        }
}
The enchytraeid fauna of Mt. Hallasan (Jeju Island, Korea) was studied in 2016, and 21 enchytraeid species were recorded and identified in total. A combination of morphological and molecular analyses (based on CO1, ITS and H3 sequences) was applied. Here we give descriptions of eight new species of Enchytraeidae (Clitellata): Achaeta koreana sp. n., Achaeta macroampullacea sp. n., Bryodrilus hallasanensis sp. n., Chamaedrilus baekrokdamensis sp. n., Enchytronia seongpanakiensis sp. n… 

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  • R. Schmelz
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Zootaxa
  • 2018
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