South Korea is covered primarily by temperate vegetation; therefore, foliicolous lichens may not be expected to play an important role in its lichen flora. Indeed, more than 100 years after the first lichen record from South Korea reported by Hue, t
The giant crab spider genus Sinopoda in Korea is reviewed with detailed illustrations of male palpal organs. Three species, S. forcipata, S. stellatops, S. koreana are recognized with newly collected specimens. The first species is recorded newly in
부제 : abstractintroductionsystematic accountsacknowledgmentsreferencesin 16 genera of the subfamily Pimplinae were known from Korea. In this paper, two species, Rynchobanchus minomensis (Uchida, 1933) and Theronia laevigata nigra Uchida, 1928 are new to Korea. Also, the genus Rynchobanchus is recorded for the first ti
부제 : (ophidascarids) figured out 3 nematodes; Kalicephalus brachycephalus Maplestone, 1931, Kalicephalus sinensis Hsü, 1934, and Ophidascaris excavata Hsü and Hoeppli, 1934. These 3 species of nematode faunas are recorded for the first time in Korea.