2 edition of New species of Hynobius from Japan found in the catalog.
New species of Hynobius from Japan
Dunn, Emmett Reid
1923 in [San Francisco .
Written in English
|Statement||by E.R. Dunn ...|
|Series||California academy of sciences. [Proceedings] 4th ser.,, vol. XII, no. 2. Jan. 2, 1923|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C253 vol. xii, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||23008552|
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A new species of salamander of the genus Hynobius (Amphibia, Caudata, Hynobiidae) from South Korea Article (PDF Available) in Zootaxa (3)– September with 1, Reads. Hynobius is a genus of salamander (Asian salamanders) in the family Hynobiidae, occurring in Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan and Far East New species of Hynobius from Japan book.
It contains these species: Species. Species included (as Class: Amphibia. New species of Hynobius from Japan by Emmett Reid Dunn. Publication New species of Hynobius from Japan book Usage Attribution-Noncommercial Collection biostor; additional_collections Digitizing sponsor BioStor Language English Volume Addeddate Identifier biostor Identifier-ark ark://t5z64gz8n.
Examination of the holotype of Hynobius stejnegeri Dunn, revealed that the species is identical with H. yatsui Oyama,recently resurrected from H. New species of Hynobius from Japan book (Temminck and Schlegel, ). The name H. yatsui is therefore relegated to a subjective junior synonym of H.
stejnegeri. The latter name, however, has been widely applied to an amber-colored or tortoise-shell salamander from Cited by: 2.
The Hakuba salamander or Japanese mountain salamander (Hynobius hidamontanus) is a species of salamander in the family salamander is also synonymous with the mountain salamander (Hynobius tenuis).It is endemic to natural habitats are temperate forests, rivers, swamps, New species of Hynobius from Japan book springs, and is threatened by habitat : Amphibia.
We examine the phylogenetic structure and morphological differentiation within the Hynobius kimurae–H. boulengeri species complex—a widely-distributed group of stream-breeding hynobiid salamanders, inhabiting montane areas of western, central and eastern parts of Honshu Island, Japan.
Phylogenetic relationships were assessed based on analyses of mitochondrial (mtDNA) and Author: Hisanori Okamiya, Hirotaka Sugawara, Masahiro Nagano, Nikolay A. Poyarkov.
A new species of salamander has been identified in central Japan, the first of its kind in over three decades, researchers say. The biologists from Kyoto University and two other institutions said the new species, named as the Mikawa Salamander, New species of Hynobius from Japan book found in a.
Nearly half of these (18 species in three gen- era: Matsui et al., ) occur in Japan, including 16 species of the genus Hynobius, all endemic to the country (Matsui, a; Matsui et al.
A new species of salamander of the genus Hynobius (Amphibia, Caudata, Hynobiidae) from South Korea. Zootaxa (3): – DOI: /zootaxa Reference page. Nishikawa, K.
et al. Invalidity of Hynobius yunanicus and molecular phylogeny of Hynobius salamander from continental China (Urodela, Hynobiidae). Zootaxa, Treatened Wildlife of Japan -Red Data Book 2nd ed.- Reptillia/Amphibia.
ISBN Sato, I., On a new species of Hynobius from Japan. Journal of Science of the Hiroshima University, Series B, Division 1, 3(2): 15– IUCN Red List of Threatened Species IUCN: Hynobius abei (Critically Endangered) Downloaded on 28 July A new species of salamander, Hynobius mikawaensis, is described from the eastern part of Aichi Prefecture, central is a lentic breeder of the so-called H.
lichenatus species group, and is phylogenetically closest to H. nigrescens and H. takedai. Morphologically, it differs greatly from H. nigrescens, but is very similar to H. takedai, from which it could be differentiated by some Cited by: 2.
is described as a new species, Hynobius New species of Hynobius from Japan book. This species is distributed in the montane region of Nagano Prefecture, in the Hida Mountains of the Chubu District, Central Japan.
It belongs to the nebulosus-lichenatus complex of Hynobius, and is characterized by Cited by: Yoshida Nihonmatsu-cho, KyotoJapan 2 KoriFujiedaJapan 3 Civil Engineering and Eco-Technology Consultants, Higashi-ikebukuroToshima-ku, TokyoJapan ABSTRACT —We describe a small salamander from south Central Honshu, Japan, as a new species, Hynobius katoi.
The genetic distances between this. Hynobius tokyoensis has been regarded as a close relative of H. nebulosus from southwestern Japan (type locality = Nagasaki) based on morphological and ecological similarities (Sato,Sato, ), and has recently been treated as a subspecies of H.
nebulosus (Nakamura and Uéno,Matsui, b).These two forms are said to be distinguishable by the following characteristics (Sato Cited by: Hynobius chinensis was first described by Günther in the nineteenth century. At present, the origins of the extinct Hynobius chinensis on the Zhoushan Island (Hynobius chinensis-ZI) remain a is the only species of family Hynobiidae on the Zhoushan Island.
However, there is very little empirical evidence regarding Hynobius chinensis-ZI phylogenetic relationship, and when or how did Cited by: 1. New frog species discovered in Cambodia - Jenny Daltry interview - BBC Radio Wales - Duration: Fauna & Flora International 6, views.
Hynobius retardatus (Dunn, ) The Ezo Salamander or Hokkaido Salamander (Hynobius retardatus) is a kind of salamander in the Hynobiidae family of animals. It can only be found in Japan. The places where it likes to live are forests, shrubland, marshes, and : Amphibia.
The Abe's salamander (Hynobius abei) is a species of are in the Hynobiidae live in live in forests, freshwater marshes, and freshwater population is declining because of habitat IUCN lists the Class: Amphibia.
We describe a new species of lentic-breeding Hynobius salamander from the Naro Islands, near the village of Bongrae-myeon, Goheung-gun, Jeollanam-do, South Korea, on the basis of results of morphological, ecological and genetic us unisacculus sp.
nov. is distinguished from its congeners by a combination of the following morphological attributes: (1) comparatively small size. New species of parasitic plant discovered in Japan Date: November 2, Source: Kobe University Summary: Some plant species have abandoned photosynthesis, instead feeding off.
new & recent described Flora & Fauna species from all over the World esp. Asia, Oriental, Indomalayan & Malesiana region Monday, J [Herpetology • ] Hynobius tosashimizuensis • Morphological and Molecular Analyses of Hynobius dunni Reveal A New Species from Shikoku, Japan.
The endemic lentic goby of Lake Biwa in Japan, which has hitherto been designated informally as Rhinogobius sp. BW, is formally described as Rhinogobius biwaensis sp. nov. It is distinguished from other members of the genus by the following combination of characters: vertebral count 26 (rarely 27); pectoral fin rays 18–22 (mostly 20–21); longitudinal scales 31–36 (mostly 31–34, Cited by: 2.
Nature & Parks. State of Japan's Environment at a Glance: Extinct and Endangered Species Listed in the Red Data Book Extinct Species. Korean salamanders of the genus Hynobius are currently classified into 3 species, H. leechii, H.
quelpaertensis, and H. investigate the phylogenetic relationship of these species, we analyzed the partial sequence of mito-chondrial cytochrome b gene ( bp) of specimens from 43 regions in South Korea.
Of these specimens, 93 were additionally examined with 12S rRNA ( bp).Cited by: 8. Due to the destruction of their breeding habitats, mainly for the construction of new houses, this species is beginning to become threatened. At the end ofH. dunni, together with some other Hynobius species, was placed on the Japanese Red List with the status of ‘vulnerable’ (Ikeda and Kawamura, personal communication).CITES: No listing.
Evol.,reported on phylogeography and suggested that Hynobius tokyoensis is the sister taxon of Hynobius nebulosus and together the sister taxon of Hynobius lichenatus. See photograph, map, description of geographic range and habitat, and conservation status in Stuart, Hoffmann, Chanson, Cox, Berridge, Ramani, and Young, SHIMIZU: A new species of Enicospilus from Japan (Ichneumonidae) The Enicospilus antefurcalis species-group is characterized by several features, with the shape and number of sclerites of the fore wing fenestra, surface structure and shape of the mandible, and surface sculpture of the mesopleuron and metapleuron especially Size: 1MB.
A new species of salamander of the genus Hynobius from central Honshu, Japan (Amphibia, Urodela). New species of kathlaniid (Nematoda: Cosmocercoidea) collected from hynobiid salamanders in Japan.
Book Review: Salamanders of the Old World (by Max Sparreboom. Global Red List of Japanese Threatened Plants Red book of the Amur State, rare and endangered species of animals, plants and fungi. Veronicastrum noguchii (sect. Plagiostachys, Plantaginaceae), a new species from Japan. Asarum celsum 63– Wang W, A revision of Clematis sect.
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14(4/6), –; ), is probably in the Imperial Palace in Chiyodaku, Tokyo: he Author: His Majesty The Emperor of Japan. Meet the Japan pig, a newfound species of pygmy seahorse discovered in Japan. Only the size of a grain of rice, these colorful creatures inhabit shallow waters and blend in.
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Japan, was discovered. This new species is herein described. Although the new species is represented only by a single female specimen, it clearly belongs in Bathypaguropsis, a genus with species characterized by the presence of 13 pairs of quadriserial gills, a massive, operculate right cheliped, the absence of paired.
Hynobius takedai (Amphibia, Urodela), a new species of salamander from Japan Volume 1, Page Pseudabbreviata yambarensis sp. (Nematoda: Physalopteridae) from the tree lizard, Japarula polygonata polygonata (Agamidae), on Okinawa Island, Japan.
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Subscriptions from £30 per year publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters. Subscriptions from £18 per year. In conclusion, we demonstrate the increased predation risk of Hynobius spp.
eggs by Misgurnus sp. at anthropogenically disturbed sites, and thus a new type of threat to Hynobius populations. This new type of threat may, however, be due to expansion of the breeding habitats following human disruptions to by: 1. cyrtidae recorded from Japan, which were available in Japanese collections, are revised.
Fifty-two genera and species were recorded to date from Japan. Five new species are described and illustrated: Aphidencyrtoides tachikawai Japoshvili sp. nov., Leptomastix teii Japoshvili sp.
nov., Psyllaephagus enokicola JaposhviliFile Size: 2MB. The book also exposes the role serendipityplays in the discovery of new species. TheHokuriku Salamander, Hynobius takedai, wasnamed after Toshio Takeda, a former headmaster,who collected the holotype – the single originalspecimen used to describe the species –while cleaning the schoolyard drains and whonow devotes his time to helping Author: Bo Beolens.
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