List of Papers

                  Shin Kubota

      Associate Professor, Seto Marine Biological Laboratory,
  Field Science Education and Research Center, Kyoto University
              
 
              (Revised in August, 2010)
                   
I. English Papers (First author underlined)
 
1. 1976.  Notes on the nematocysts of Japanese hydroids,
   Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido Univ. Ser. VI, Zool., 20(2): 230-243.
2. 1977.  On a new athecate hydroid, Fukaurahydra  anthoformis n.
   gen. n. sp., from northern Japan.  Proc. Japan Acad., 53(3):
   151-154. (with M. Yamada and K. Konno).
3. 1978a. The polyp and medusa of a commensal eutimid hydroid
   associated with a mussel from Oshoro, Hokkaido.  Annot. zool.
   Japon., 51(3): 125-145.
4. 1978b. The life-history of Clytia edwardsi (Hydrozoa;
   Campanulariidae) in Hokkaido, Japan.  Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido
   Univ. Ser. VI, Zool., 21(3): 317-354, pl. VIII.
5. 1978c. Notes on Clytia and Phialidium (Hydrozoa; Campanulariidae)
   from Shimoda, Japan.  Proc. Jap. Soc. syst. Zool., 15: 1-7.
6. 1979a.  Occurrence of a commensal hydroid Eugymnanthea inquilina
   Palombi from Japan.  Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido Univ. Ser. VI,
   Zool., 21(4): 396-406.
7. 1979b. Occurrence of Eutima cirrifera (Kakinuma) at Akkeshi,
   Hokkaido, associated with a cockle, Clinocardium californiense.
   Annot. zool. Japon., 52(4): 225-234.
8. 1979c. Morphological notes on the polyp and medusa of Climacocodon
   ikarii Uchida (Hydrozoa, Margelopsidae) in Hokkaido.  Jour. Fac.
   Sci. Hokkaido Univ. Ser. VI, Zool., 22(1): 122-136.
9. 1981. Life-history and taxonomy of an Obelia species (Hydrozoa;
   Campanulariidae) in Hokkaido, Japan. Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido
   Univ. Ser. VI, Zool., 22(4): 379-399.
10. 1982. Metamorphosis of a hydromedusa Bougainvillia bitentaculata
   Uchida, 1925. Proc. Jap. Soc. syst. Zool., 24: 13-18. (with M.
   Yamada).
11. 1983. Studies on life history and systematics of the Japanese
   commensal hydroids living in bivalves, with some reference to their
   evolution.  Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido Univ. Ser. VI, Zool., 23(3):
   296-402, pl. X.
12. 1984. A new bivalve-inhabiting hydroid from central Japan, with
   reference to the evolution of the bivalve-inhabiting hydroids.
   Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido Univ., Ser. VI, Zool., 23(4): 454-467.
13. 1985a. Systematic study on a bivalve-inhabiting hydroid
   Eugymnanthea inquilina japonica Kubota from central Japan.
   Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido Univ. Ser. VI, Zool., 24(1): 70-85.
14. 1985b. Systematic study on a bivalve-inhabiting hydroid Eucheilota
   intermedia Kubota from central Japan.  Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido
   Univ., Ser. VI, Zool., 24(2): 122-143, pl. I.
15. 1985c. Morphological variation of medusa of the northern form of
   Eutima japonica Uchida.  Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido Univ., Ser. VI,
   Zool., 24(2): 144-153.
16. 1987a. Occurrence of a bivalve-inhabiting hydroid Eugymnanthea
   inquilina japonica Kubota from Okinawa Island, southwest of Japan,
   with notes on parthenogenesis.  Galaxea, 6: 31-34.
17. 1987b. Preliminary report on the marine hydroid fauna in Okinawa
   Islands.  Galaxea, 6: 35-42. (with M. Yamada).
18. 1987c. Parthenogenesis and crossability among bivalve-inhabiting
   hydroids in Japan.  Proc. Jap. Soc. syst. Zool., 35: 6-18.
19. 1987d. The origin and systematics of four Japanese bivalve-
   inhabiting hydroids.  In Bouillon, J., Boero, F., Cicogna, F., &
   Cornelius, P. F. S. (eds.), "Modern trends in systematics, ecology,
   and evolution of hydroids and hydromedusae". Oxford University
   Press, London, pp. 275-287.
20. 1988a. Taxonomic study on Hydrocoryne miurensis (Hydrozoa;
   Hydrocorynidae) in Japan.  Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 33(1/3):
   1-18.
21. 1988b.  The first record of a hydroid endosymbiotic with an
   ascidian in the western Pacific. Proc. Japn. Soc. Syst. Zool.,
   38: 1-5. (with M. Yamada).
22. 1989. Systematic study of a paedomorphic derivative hydrozoan
   Eugymnanthea (Thecata-Leptomedusae).  Zool. Sci., 6: 147-154.
23. 1990a. A new host of the southern form of Eutima japonica Uchida
   (Hydrozoa, Leptomedusae) in Japan. Jour. Fac. Sci. Hokkaido Univ.
   Ser. VI, Zool., 25(2-4): 104-105.
24. 1990b. The first record of a bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoan from USA.
   Proc. Japn. Soc. Syst. Zool., (with R. J. Larson).
25. 1991a. Redescription of Stylactaria uchidai (Yamada, 1947), comb.
   nov. (Hydrozoa: Hydractiniidae) in Hokkaido, Japan. Proc. Japan.
   Soc. Syst. Zool., 42: 2-9. (with H. Namikawa and S. F. Mawatari).
26. 1991b. Second finding of Stylactaria piscicola (Komai, 1932) comb.
   nov. (Hydrozoa: Hydractiniidae) from off Atsumi Peninsula, Japan.
   Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 35(1/3): 11-15.
27. 1991c. Taxonomic notes on polyp and medusa of Sarsia nipponica
   Uchida (Hydrozoa: Corynidae) from the type locality in Japan.
   Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 35(1/3): 17-23.
28. 1991d. The stability of diagnostic characters of the medusa of a 
   bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoan Eugymnanthea japonica Kubota. Proc.
   Japan. Soc. Syst. Zool., 44: 1-7.
29. 1991e. Notes on the morphology, ecology and life cycles of
   Fukaurahydra anthoformis and Hataia parva (Hydrozoa, Athecata). 
   Hydrobiologia, 216/217: 159-164. (with M. Yamada).
30. 1991f. Crossing-experiments between Japanese populations of three
   hydrozoans symbiotic with bivalves.  Hydrobiologia, 216/217:
   429-436.
31. 1991g. An undescribed colony form of Monobrachium parasitum
   (Limnomedusae: Olindiasidae) commensal with a new host bivalve
   Cadella lubrica in northern Japan. Proc. Japan. Soc. Syst. Zool.,
   45: 1-6.
32. 1991h. Redescription of Stylactaria conchicola (Yamada, 1947),
   comb. nov. (Hydrozoa: Hydractiniidae) in Hokkaido, Japan. 
   Hydrobiologia, 231: 69-76. (with H. Namikawa and S. F. Mawatari).
33. 1992a. Eucheilota intermedia Kubota is a distinct taxon but the
   third form of Eutima japonica Uchida (Hydrozoa; Leptomedusae). 
   Zool. Sci., 9(1): 231-235.
34. 1992b. A new hydromedusa of the genus Eirene (Leptomedusae;
   Eirenidae) from Toba, Japan. Zool. Sci., 9(2): 413-421. (with
   T. Horita)
35. 1992c. A new hydroid species Campanularia (Orthopyxis) compressima
   (Hydrozoa, Cnidaria) from northern Japan. Proc. Japan. Soc. Syst.
   Zool., 47: 52-56. (with M. Yamada)
36. 1992d. Eugymnanthea japonica Kubota (Hydrozoa, Eirenidae)
    commensal with a host at a depth of 20 m.
    Benthos Research, 43: 41-45. (In Japanese with English summary)
37. 1992e. Four bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoans in Japan differing in
   range and host preference. Sci. Mar., 56(2-3): 149-159.
38. 1992f. Redescription of Sarsia japonica (Nagao) (Hydrozoa:
   Corynidae) from Hokkaido, Japan. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 35(6):
   371-381. (with Y. Takashima)
39. 1992g. Chromosome number of a bivalve-inhabiting hydroid,
   Eugymnanthea japonica (Leptomedusae: Eirenidae) from Japan.  Publ.
   Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 35(6): 383-386.
40. 1993a. Resting stage and newly hatched hydroid of a cool water
   hydrozoan species Climacocodon ikarii (Hydrozoa, Margelopsidae).
   Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36(1/2): 85-87.
41. 1993b. The medusa of Thecocodium quadratum (Werner) (Anthomedusae:
   Ptilocodiidae) from southern Japan. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36
   (1/2): 89-92. 
42. 1993c. A new host of Eugymnanthea japonica (Leptomedusae,
   Eirenidae) in Japan. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36(1/2): 93-94.
43. 1993d. The second example of metamorphosis of medusa from the
   intermedia form to the southern form in Eutima japonica
   (Leptomedusae, Eirenidae). Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36(1/2):
   95-97.
44. 1993e. Multiple colonization of a bivalve-inhabiting hydroid
   Eugymnanthea japonica (Leptomedusae: Eirenidae) in Japan. Publ.
   Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36(3): 179-183.
45. 1994. Reproductive season and some biological notes on a bivalve-
   inhabiting hydrozoan Eugymnanthea japonica (Thecata-Leptomedusae:
   Eirenidae) at Shirahama, Tanabe Bay, Japan, with comparison of
   related species. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36(4): 277-282. 
46. 1995a. Life cycle of Bougainvillia bitentaculata (Hydrozoa:
   Anthomedusae) in Japan. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36(5/6):
   351-363. (with T. Horita)
47. 1995b. Cnidome and growth of a medusa of Cirrholovenia tetranema
   (Leptomedusae, Cirrholoveniidae) in Japan. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol.
   Lab., 36(5/6): 365-378.
48. 1996a. Timing of medusa release in a hydroid Eugymnanthea japonica
   (Cnidaria, Leptomedusae, Eirenidae) commensal with a mussel. Sci.
   Mar., 60(1): 85-88.
49. 1996b. Leucothea japonica Komai (Ctenophora; Tentaculata; Lobata)
   spurts 'ink' when poked. Bull. Plankton Soc. Japan, 43(1): 45-46.
50. 1997. Two forms of bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoans that differ in
   timing of medusa release. In Den Hartog, J.C. (ed.) "Proc. of the 6th
   International Conference on Coelenterate Biology, Nat. Natuur-
   historish Mus., Leiden, The Netherlands, 1997". pp. 295-299.
51. 1997. Description of some oceanic hydromedusae from Japan. Publ.
   Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 38(1/2): 63-71. (with Kitamura, M. and Murano,
   M.)
52. 1997. A new form of the bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoan Eutima
   japonica (Leptomedusae, Eirenidae) in Japan. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol.
   Lab., 38(1/2): 73-81.
53. 1997. The medusae of some species of Hebella Allman, 1888 and
   Anthohebella gen. nov. (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa, Lafoeidae). Zool. Verh.
   Leiden, 310: 1-53. (with Boero, F. & Bouillon, J.)
54. 1998. Many records of hermatypic scleractinian corals that grew on
   molluscan shells. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 38(3/4): 155-168.
   (with Yamamoto, T., Sakai, K., Kurozumi, T., Ohta, M. & Tanase, H.)
55. 1999a. Fauna of Obelia (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) in Japanese waters,
   with special reference to life cycle of Obelia dichotoma (L., 1758).
   Zoosystematica Rossica, Supplement No. 1: 67-76.
56. 1999b. The first occurrence of the paedomorphic derivative hydro-
   zoan Eugymnanthea (Leptomedusae, Eirenidae) from Taiwan, with a
   report of a new host. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 38(5/6): 219-222.
   (with Dai, C.-F., Lin, C.-L. & Ho, J.-S.)
57. 2000. Parallel, paedomorphic evolutionary processes of the bivalve-
   inhabiting hydrozoans (Leptomedusae, Eirenidae) deduced from the morphology,
   life cycle and biogeography, with special reference to taxonomic treatment of
   Eugymnanthea. Sci. Mar., 64(Supl. 1): 241-247
58. 2001. Some biological notes on Lobatolampea tetragona(Ctenphora: Lobatolampeidae)
   in Japan. Plankton Biol. Ecol. 48(2): 136-137.
(With Sasaki, K., Ueno, S., Iwanaga, S. & Oshiro, N.)
59. 2002. New marine gastrotrichs of the family Thaumastodermatidae
    (Gastrotricha: Macrodasyida) from Shirahama, Japan.
    Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, 115(4): 769-781.

    (With Chang, C. Y. and Shirayama, Y.)

60. 2003. Synchronous mass release of mature medusae from the hydroid Halocordyle disticha
   (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa, Halocorydylidae) and experimental induction of different timing
    by light changes. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 39(4/6): 221-228. (With Genzano, G. N.)
61. 2003. New association of Eugymnanthea japonica (Hydrozoa, Leptomedusae, Eirenidae)
    with an oyster, Dendrostrea sandvichensis (Bivalvia, Ostreoida, Ostreidae),
    in Okinawa Island, Japan. Biol. Mag. Okinawa, 41: 51-54
    (With Iwanaga, S., Oshiro, N. and Torigoe, K.).

62. Kubota, S. 2003. A new occurrence of the medusa of the "intermedia" form of
    Eutima japonica (Hydrozoa, Leptomedusae, Eirenidae) at Okinawa Island, Japan.
    Biol. Mag. Okinawa, 41: 55-59.
63. Kawamura, M., Ueno, S., Iwanaga, S., Oshiro, N. & Kubota, S. 2003. The relationship between fine rings
    in the statolith and growth of the cubomedusa Chiropsalmus quadrigatus (Cnidaria: Cubozoa)
    from Okinawa Island, Japan. Plankton Biol. Ecol., 50(2): 37-42.
64. Migotto, A. E., Caobelli, J. F. & Kubota, S. 2004. Redescription and life cycle of Eutima sapinhoa
    Narchi and Hebling, 1975 (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa, Leptotheca): a hydroid commensal with
    Tivela mactroides (Born) (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Veneridae). J. Nat. Hist., 38: 2533-2545. 
65. Kubota, S. 2004. Some new and reconfirmed biological observations in two species of
    Eugymnanthea (Hydrozoa, Leptomedusae, Eirenidae) associated with bivalves.
    Biogeography, 6: 1-5.
66. Kubota, S. and Buecher, E. 2004. Hydroids and pearls from the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis
    in SW coast of South Africa. Biol. Mag. Okinawa, (42): 17-24.
67. Oiso, N., Fukai, K., Ishii, M., Okita, K. & Kubota, S. 2004. Systemic reaction associated with 'Iramo'
    scyphopolyp, Stephanoscyphus racemosum Komai.
    Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 29: 681-682.

68. Oiso, N., Fukai, K., Ishii, M., Ohgushi, T. & Kubota, S. 2005. Jellyfish dermatitis caused by
    Porpita pacifica, a sign of global warming? Contact dermatitis, 52: 232-233.
69. Kawamura, M. and Kubota, S. 2005. First Occurrence of Euphysora gemmifera
    (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa, Corymorphidae) in Japan. Biogeography, 7: 31-33.
70. Kubota, S. 2005. Distinction of two morphotypes of Turritopsis nutricula
    medusae (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa, Anthomedusae) in Japan, with reference to
    their different abilities to revert to the hydroid stage and

    their distinct geographical distributions.

    Biogeography, 7: 41-50.

71. Govindarajyan, A. F., Piraino, S., Gravili, C. and Kubota, S. 2005.
    Species identification of bivalve-inhabiting marine hydozoans of the genus Eugymnanthea

    Invertebrate Biology, 124(1): 1-10.

72. Kubota, S. 2006. Hydrozoan fauna of the Nansei Islands. Proceedings of 10th
    International Coral Reef Symposium: 197-201.
73. Miglietta, Maria Pia, Gravili, Cinzia and Kubota, S. 2006. Unique behaviours of the hydroids of
    Eugymnanthea (Hydrozoa, Leptomedusae, Eirenidae) living in the mantle cavity of bivalves.
    Thalassia Salentina, 29: 107-112.
74. Kubota, S. , Sanpanich, K and Putchakarn, S. 2006. Notes on high numbers of pearls and
    blister pearls from Perna viridis and preliminary survey of bivalve-inhabiting hydroids
    in the eastern coasts of the Gulf of Thailand. Biol. Mag. Okinawa,44: 39-44.
75. Baba, K., Miyazono, A., Matsuyama, K., Kohno, and Kubota S. 2007.
    Occurrence and detrimental effects of the bivalve-inhabiting hydroid Eutima japonica on juvenile
    of the Japanese scallop Mizuhopecten yessoensis
    in Funka Bay, Japan: relationship to juvenile massive mortality in 2003.

    Marine Biology, 151, 1977-1987.

76. Kishida, T., Kubota, S., Shirayama, Y., and Fukami, H. 2007.
    The olfactory receptor gene repertoires in secondary-adapted marine vertebrates:
    evidence for reduction of the functional proportions in cetaceans. Biology Letters, 3, 428-430.
77. Kubota, S. and Yamazaki, Y. 2007. List of cnidarian medusae deposited
    in the Saito Ho-on Kai Museum of Natural History, with special reference to the presence of
    “large”-form immortal medusae Turritopsis nutricula.
    Saito Ho-on Kai Museum of Natural History, Research Bulletin, (72), 1-13.
78. Lewis, C., Kubota, S., Migotto, A.E. & Collins, A.G. 2008.
    Sexually dimorphic cubomedusa Carybdea sivickisi (Cnidaria: Cubozoa) in Seto, Wakayama, Japan.
    Pubulications of the Seto Marine Biological Laboratory, 40, 5/6, 1-8.
79. Kubota, S. 2008. Constant timing of medusa release in bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoans of
    the genus Eugymnanthea (Hydrozoa: Leptomedusae: Eirenidae).
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 88(8): 1607-1609.
80. Kubota, S. 2008. Basal-disc creeping combined with rotation,
    an undescribed behaviour with preferred directionality in in bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoans
    (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa: Leptomedusae).
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 88(8): 1737-1741.
81. Kubota, S., Pagliara, P. and Gravili, C.. 2008. Fluorescence distribution pattern
    allows to distinguish two species of Eugymnanthea (Leptomedusae: Eirenidae).
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 88(8): 1743-1746.
82. Kawamura, M. and Kubota, S. 2008. Influences of temperature and salinity on
    asexual budding by hydromedusa Proboscidactyla ornata (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa: Proboscidactylidae).
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 88(8): 1601-1606.
83. Kobayashi, A. and Kubota, S. 2009. Relation between expanding range of
    bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoans and water temperature.
    Biogeography, 10: 23-31.
84. Kubota, S., Nomaru, E., Uchida, H. & Murakami, A. . 2009. Distribution pattern of GFP
    (green fluorescent protein) in a bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoan,
    Eutima japonica (Leptomedusae: Eirenidae).
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, doi:10.1017/S0025315409991500.
85. Uchida, H., Tanase, H. and Kubota, S. 2009. An extraordinarily large specimen of the
    polychaete worm Eunice aphroditos (Pallas) (Order Eunicea) from Shirahama,
    Wakayama, central Japan. Kuroshio Biosphere, 5: 9-15, 1 pl.
86. Kubota, S. 2010. Various distribution patterns of green fluorescene in small hydromedusae.
    Kuroshio Biosphere, 6: 11-14, 3 pls.
87. Shin Kubota, Kanako Hyakutake and Hisashi Akiyama, 2010. First occurrence of the hydromedusa
    Paralovenia bitentaculata (Hydrozoa: Leptomedusae) in Japan.     Biogeography, 11: in press.
88. Shin Kubota, Jin Min Lee, Cheon Young Chang and Shunshiro Ueno. 2010. Later appearance of giant jellyfish,
    Nemopilema nomurai (Scyphozoa: Rhizostomeae), in the inshore waters
    at the Jindo Island and the Jeju Island, Korea in November, 2009. Biogeography, 11: in press.   

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