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전남 진도의 위생 절지동물상

Other Titles
 Fauna of arthropods of medical importance in Chindo Island Korea 
Authors
 Han-Il Ree  ;  Won-Ja Lee  ;  In-Yong Lee  ;  Seoung-Hoo Jeon 
Citation
 Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology (한국동물분류학회지), Vol.11(1) : 87-100, 1995-01 
Journal Title
Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology(한국동물분류학회지)
ISSN
 1018-192X 
Issue Date
1995-01
Abstract
Fauna of medically important arthropods in Chindo Island was studied in July 1994. Among eight speices of mosquitoes (Diptera : Culicidae), Culex tritenirohyunchus was predomiant (46.5% of the total0, and Anopheles sinensis the next. Seven specimens of the unidentified Culex sp. which seemed to be new were also collected. Total 23 species of non-biting midges(Diptera : Chiornomidae) were found in Chindo Is. Of them , Chironomus kiiensis was the predominant species (67.3%) , and Ch.flaviplumus the next (15.6%). Three species, Cladopelma viridula, Dicrotendipes septemmaculatus and Harnischia urtilamellata are reported for the first time in Korea, and they are fully re-described with illustrations. Among five species of biting midges (Diptera : Ceraopogenidae) collected, Culicoides punctatus was predominant (88.7%). A species of Foreipomia was also collected, and this genus is not recorded in Korean fauna. Only two species of domiciliary cockroaches, Periplaneta japonica and P.americana were collected in small numbers and Blatella germanica which is known as the most predominant speices in Korea was not found. The predominant speices of field rodents was Apodemus agrarius and thier ectoparasites were Leptotrombidium orientale (Acarina : Tromicibulidae), Lxodes nipponensis (Acarina : Ixodidae) ; Laelaps jettmani and Eulaelaps stabularis (Acarina : Laelapidae).
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Tropica Medicine (열대의학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Ree, Han Il(이한일)
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/186110
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