Home - Taxonomy - Geography - Biodiversity - Literature - Purchase RepFocus Recent updates

Related bibliographies:


[marine species]


Bibliography of the reptiles of
South Korea

Note: In order to limit redundancy, relevant literature indexed in the related bibliographies in the left column may not have been included in this page. For a comprehensive search of literature, these bibliographies should therefore also be consulted.

Baik, N.K. 1973. [A collection list of vertebrates from Mount Deog Yu in Korea]. (In Korean). Korean Journal of Zoology 16(3): 203-210.

Dixon, J.R. 1956. A collection of amphibians and reptiles from West Central Korea. Herpetologica 12: 50-56.

Giglioli, E.H.; Salvadori, T. 1887. Record some reptiles and batrachians from Corea. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1887: 594-595.

Gloyd, H.K. 1972. The Korean snakes of the genus Agkistrodon (Crotalidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 85(49): 557-578.

Hahn, D.E. 1960. Collecting notes on central Korean reptiles and amphibians. Journal Ohio Herpetological Society 2(4): 16-24.

Jun, K.R.; Yong, C.S. 1973. Turtles of Korea. Korean Nat. 1972(30): 10.

Kim, I.H.; Moon, D.Y.; Cho, I.Y.; Kim, M.S.; An, Y.R.; Han, D.; Han, W.M.; Han, D.J.; Park, D. 2017. [Occurrence of sea turtles in the Korean waters and the morphological characteristics of two major species]. (In Korean). Korean Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50(3): 311-318

Lee, H.J.; Park, D. 2010. Distribution, habitat characteristics, and diet of freshwater turtles in the surrounding area of the Seomjin River and Nam River in southern Korea. Journal of Ecology and Field Biology 33(3): 237-244.

Lee, J.H.; Park, D.; Lee, H.J.; Kim, J.K.; Ra, N.Y. 2010. Herpetofauna and habitat characteristics of 16 lagoons along the eastern coastline of South Korea. Journal of Ecology and Field Biology 33(3): 229-236.

Mori, T. 1929. [Reptilian fauna of Quelpart Island] (In Japanese). Bull. Biogeogr. Soc. Japan 1: 1-4.

Park, J.; Kim, I.H.; Koo, K.S.; Park, D. 2016. First record of Laticauda semifasciata (Reptilia: Squamata: Elapidae: Laticaudinae) from Korea. Animal Systematics Evolution and Diversity 32(2): 148-152.

Sawai, Y.; Lah, K.Y. 1978. Snakebites in the South Korea. Snake 9(2): 39-47.

Shannon, F.A. 1956. The reptiles and amphibians of Korea. Herpetologica 12: 22-49.

Shannon, F.A. 1957. Addition to the herpetofauna of Korea. Herpetologica 13(1): 52.

Shim, J.H.; Choi, C.l. 2002. [Ecology and biodiversity of the Herpetofauna in the Dong River Valley, Korea]. (In Korean, English summary). Korean Journal of Limnology 35(5): 344-349, Serial Number 101.

Sik, C.B.; Yong, C.S. 1974. Fauna of Korea. Korean Nat. 1974(2): 10-14.

Slevin, J.R. 1925. Contributions to Oriental herpetology. II. Korea or Chosen. III. Russian Asia and Manchuria. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 14(5-6): 89-103.

Stejneger, L.H. 1907. Herpetology of Japan and adjacent territory. Bulletin of the United States National Museum 58: 1-577.

Stejneger, L.H. 1996. Herpetology of Japan and Adjacent Territory. (Reprint, first published in 1907). SSAR (Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles) in cooperation with the Japanese Herpetological Society, Oxford, Ohio. 684 pp.

Stewart, G.D. 1954. A small collection of reptiles from central Korea. Copeia 1954: 65-67.

Tanner, V.M. 1953. Pacific Islands herpetology. 8. Korea. Great Basin Naturalist 13(3-4): 67-73.

Toriba, M. 1990. Venomous snakes of medical importance in Korea. pp. 377-386. In: Gopalakrishnakone, P. & Chou, L.M. (eds.). Snakes of medical importance (Asia-Pacific region). Venom and Toxin Group, National University of Singapore & International Society on Toxinology. 676 pp.

Vogt, T. 1913. Zur Reptilien- und Amphibienfauna Koreas und Japans. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 1913: 219-222.

Webb, R.G.; Jones, J.K.; Byers, G.W. 1962. Some reptiles and amphibians from Korea. University of Kansas Publications of the Museum of Natural History 15: 149-173.