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Two species of Lumbricillus (Enchytraeidae, Annelida) new to Antarctica

Title
Two species of Lumbricillus (Enchytraeidae, Annelida) new to Antarctica
Authors
Lee, JeoungheeKlinth, MartenJung, Jongwoo
Ewha Authors
정종우
SCOPUS Author ID
정종우scopus
Issue Date
2019
Journal Title
POLAR RESEARCH
ISSN
0800-0395JCR Link

1751-8369JCR Link
Citation
POLAR RESEARCH vol. 38
Keywords
King George IslandClitellataLumbricillus sejongensis sp. novLumbricillus antarcticusintertidal fauna
Publisher
TAYLOR &

FRANCIS LTD
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS WOS
Document Type
Article
Abstract
The intertidal fauna of the Antarctic Peninsula has a relatively high species diversity, due to its warmer environment compared to other parts of Antarctica. Marine oligochaetes are, in general, one of the most diverse and ecologically important benthic organism groups, at least in the littoral zone. Antarctica has been one of the least studied areas with regard to oligochaete diversity. Here we report two Lumbricillus species (Lumbricillus antarcticus Stephenson, 1932 and Lumbricillus sejongensis sp. nov.) new to Antarctica, found in a tidal pool on the Barton Peninsula, King George Island. The diversity of this genus remains poorly known for Antarctica and the Subantarctic islands, and what we know is based on a few patchy studies.
DOI
10.33265/polar.v38.3325
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