Occurrence of Orthione griffenismarkham, 2004 (Isopoda: Bopyridae), parasite of the mud shrimp upogebia major(de Haan, 1841) in South Korean waters, and its implications with respect to marine bioinvasion

@article{Hong2015OccurrenceOO,
  title={Occurrence of Orthione griffenismarkham, 2004 (Isopoda: Bopyridae), parasite of the mud shrimp upogebia major(de Haan, 1841) in South Korean waters, and its implications with respect to marine bioinvasion},
  author={Jae-Sang Hong and Chae-Lin Lee and Gi-Sik Min},
  journal={Journal of Crustacean Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={35},
  pages={605-615}
}
In recent years, extensive populations of burrowing mud shrimp have suddenly invaded the tidal flats in South Korea where clams, Ruditapes philippinarum, are harvested. These shrimp pose a serious threat to the clam industry along the west coast of South Korea. While conducting a mud shrimp monitoring program, we collected six female/male pairs of a pseudionine bopyrid isopod, Orthione griffenisMarkham, 2004, which in North America has been considered an introduced species from Asia that… 
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