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Cheon Young Chang
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Mann Kyoon Shin
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Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity (ASED) is published quarterly by the Korean Society of Systematic Zoology. The ASED is a peer-reviewed international journal for rapid publication of original articles on the systematic zoology, evolution and biodiversity. ASED accepts contributions on systematics, conservation biology, and evolutionary biology with a preference toward systematic works such as discovery of new taxa, taxonomic reviews and revisions, phylogenetics and population genetics, biogeography and phylogeography, and biodiversity studies concerning animal taxa of the Korean peninsula and surrounding areas of East Asia. ASED is indexed by CrossRef, KoreaScience, DBpia, BIOSIS Previews, DOAJ and Zoological Record.

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All Aspects of Systematic Zoology Including Description of Taxa
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CURRENT ISSUE : Vol. 32, Number 3, July, 2016
First Report of Two Species of Mantid Shrimps (Stomatopoda: Squilloidea: Squillidae) from Korean Waters
Jung-Ha Kang1, Seok Hyun Lee2, Hyun Sook Ko2,*
A New Species of the Genus Orthotrichia (Trichoptera, Hydroptilidae) from Korea
Tomiko Ito1,*, Sun Jin Park2
A New Species of the Genus Bryocamptus (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Canthocamptidae) from Alpine Wetlands at Jeju Island, Korea
Jimin Lee1, Cheon Young Chang2,*