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Kim, H.S.; Kim, C.B. (1988). Marine Gammaridean Amphipoda (Crustacea) of the family Ampithoidae from Korea. The Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology, Special Issue, 2: 107–134.
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Kim, H. S.; Kim, C. B.
1988
Marine Gammaridean Amphipoda (Crustacea) of the family Ampithoidae from Korea. The Korean
Journal of Systematic Zoology, Special Issue
2: 107-134
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South Korean Exclusive Economic Zone for Ampithoe lacertosa Spence Bate, 1858 
South Korean Exclusive Economic Zone for Sunamphitoe plumosa Stephensen, 1944 
South Korean part of the Japan Sea for Ampithoe brevipalma Kim & Kim, 1988 
South Korean part of the Japan Sea for Ampithoe koreana Kim & Kim, 1988 
South Korean part of the Japan Sea for Ampithoe ramondi Audouin, 1826 
South Korean part of the Japan Sea for Ampithoe valida Smith, 1873 
South Korean part of the Yellow Sea for Ampithoe youngsanensis Kim & Kim, 1988 
South Korean part of the Yellow Sea for Peramphithoe baegryeongensis Kim & Kim, 1988 
South Korean part of the Yellow Sea for Peramphithoe namhaensis Kim & Kim, 1988 
Holotype SNU SAH00001, geounit South Korean part of the Japan Sea, identified as Ampithoe brevipalma Kim & Kim, 1988
Holotype SNU SAH00002, geounit South Korean part of the Japan Sea, identified as Ampithoe koreana Kim & Kim, 1988
Holotype SNU SAH00003, geounit South Korean part of the Yellow Sea, identified as Ampithoe youngsanensis Kim & Kim, 1988
Holotype SNU SAH00004, geounit South Korean part of the Yellow Sea, identified as Peramphithoe baegryeongensis Kim & Kim, 1988
Holotype SNU SAH00005, geounit South Korean part of the Yellow Sea, identified as Peramphithoe namhaensis Kim & Kim, 1988
 Distribution

Only Pacific Ocean - Korea, Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, California, Japan.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific name brevipalma [brevis (L. short) + palma (L. palm)], referring to the short palm of male gnathopod 2. [details]

 Etymology

The specific name is based upon the Yongsando I. where the type specimens were collected. [details]

 Etymology

The specific name is based upon the Paengnyong I. where holotype was collected. [details]

 Etymology

The specific name namhaensis is based upon namhae (=southern sea of Korea) where the type locality is situated. [details]

 Etymology

Korea, Japan [details]