FUKAMI Hironobu

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Faculty of Agriculture Department of Marine Biological and Environmental Science

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Professor

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  • Doctor (Fisheries) ( 2000.3   Tokyo University of Fisheries )

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  • Invertebrate zoology: phylogeny and ecology of Cnidaria

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  • Life Science / Biodiversity and systematics

 

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  • First evidence for backcrossing of F<sub>1</sub> hybrids in Acropora corals under sperm competition. Reviewed

    Kitanobo S, Iwao K, Fukami H, Isomura N, Morita M

    Scientific reports   12 ( 1 )   5356   2022.3

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    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-08989-1

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  • Xenia konohana sp. nov. (Cnidaria, Octocorallia, Alcyonacea), a new soft coral species in the family Xeniidae from Miyazaki, Japan Reviewed

    Koido T., Imahara Y., Fukami H.

    ZooKeys   2022 ( 1085 )   29 - 49   2022.2

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    A new soft coral species, Xenia konohana sp. nov. (Alcyonacea, Xeniidae), is described from Miyazaki in the warm-temperate region of Japan. This new species has conspicuous and unique spindle sclerites in addition to the simple ellipsoid platelet-shaped sclerites typically found in the genus Xenia. These unique spindles are a specific key morphological characteristic for this new species and for differentiating this species among congeneric species.

    DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.1085.77924

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  • Historical Connectivity and Demography of the Ferocious Reef Crab, Eriphia ferox (Crustacea; Eriphiidae), Demonstrate That Taoyuan Algal Reef Is an Essential Population Source Along the East Taiwan Strait Reviewed

    Chen M.H., Huang Y.Y., Huang B.Y., Hsieh H.J., Lee J.N., Neo M.L., Fukami H., Chen C.A.

    Frontiers in Marine Science   8   2022.1

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    The east Taiwan Strait is largely fringed by sandy and muddy habitats. However, a massive algal reef made of crustose coralline algae has been found along the coast off Taoyuan city in northwestern Taiwan. The porous structure of Taoyuan Algal Reef harbors high abundance and diversity in marine organisms, including the ferocious reef crab, Eriphia ferox. Such a pivotal geographic location and unique ecological features make Taoyuan Algal Reef a potential stepping stone connecting biotic reefs in the east Taiwan Strait, South China Sea to the south, and even the high latitude of Japan to the north. In this study, we examined the population connectivity and historical demography of E. ferox by analyzing mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I (COI) fragments of 317 individuals sampled from 21 localities in the northwestern Pacific. Our analyses of haplotype network and pairwise FST comparisons revealed a lack of phylogeographical structure among E. ferox populations, implying the existence of a migration corridor connecting the South and East China Seas through the east Taiwan Strait. Multiple lines of evidence, including significant values in neutrality tests, unimodally shaped mismatch distributions, and Bayesian skyline plots elucidated the rapid population growth of E. ferox following the sea-level rise after Last Glacial Maximum (ca. 2–10 Ka). Such demographic expansion in E. ferox coincided with the time when Taoyuan Algal Reef started to build up around 7,500 years ago. Coalescent migration analyses further indicated that the large and continuous E. ferox population exclusively found in Datan Algal Reef, the heart of Taoyuan Algal Reef, was a source population exporting migrants both northward and southward to the adjacent populations. The bidirectional gene flow should be attributed to larval dispersal by ocean currents and secondary contact due to historical population expansion. Instead of serving as a stepping stone, our results support that Taoyuan Algal Reef is an essential population source for biotic reef-associated species along the east Taiwan Strait, and highlight the importance of conserving such a unique ecosystem currently threatened by anthropogenic development.

    DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2021.799989

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  • The problem of Japanese names for corals (2): EDA-MIDORIISHI / HIME-EDA-MIDORIISHI

    FUKAMI Hironobu, NOMURA Keiichi, MEZAKI Takuma, YOKOCHI Hiroyuki

    Journal of the Japanese Coral Reef Society   24 ( 1 )   9 - 12   2022

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    <p>In this paper, we discuss the current problem of two Japanese names for corals, “Eda-midoriishi” and “Hime-eda-midoriishi”. Previously, the scientific name for “Eda-midoriishi” was <i>Acropora tumida</i>, and the scientific name for “Hime-eda-midoriishi” was <i>Acropora pruinosa</i>. The difference between the two species was thought to be the thickness of the branches. However, since Sugihara et al. (2015), the species traditionally recognized as <i>A. tumida</i> in Japan has been reconsidered to be a morphological variant of <i>A. pruinosa</i> based on reinspection of the type specimen. Furthermore, Nomura et al. (2016) have changed the Japanese name of <i>A. pruinosa</i> from “Hime-eda-midoriishi” to the older name “Eda-midoriishi”. The reinspection of the type specimen of <i>A. tumida</i> also revealed that the colony shape was corymbose forms, not thick arborescent forms as previously recognized. Since the current status of <i>A. tumida</i> in Japan has become unknown, its Japanese name remains undecided. Currently, due to insufficient publicity of these changes, there is some confusion in the use of the Japanese and scientific names. Therefore, this paper reiterates the following recommendations: <i>A. pruinosa</i>, the arborescent (thin to thick branches) species that is unique to the temperate region of Japan should be referred to by its Japanese name “Eda-midoriishi”. On the other hand, the current status of <i>A. tumida</i> in Japan is unknown and it does not have a Japanese name at present.</p>

    DOI: 10.3755/jcrs.24.9

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  • Formulation of “Guidelines for the Proposal and Use of Standard Japanese Names for the Japanese Scleractinian Corals”

    FUKAMI Hironobu, NOMURA Keiichi, KAJIWARA Kenji, YOKOCHI Hiroyuki, NONAKA Masanori, TACHIKAWA Hiroyuki, KITANO Yuko F, SUZUKI Go, FUJITA Yoshihisa, YAMANO Hiroya

    Journal of the Japanese Coral Reef Society   24 ( 1 )   1 - 7   2022

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    DOI: 10.3755/jcrs.24.1

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  • 喜界島海と陸の造礁サンゴ図鑑

    特定非営利活動法人喜界島サンゴ礁科学研究所, 深見 裕伸, 佐々木 圭一, 磯村 尚子, 北野 裕子, 藤井 琢磨( Role: Sole author)

    特定非営利活動法人喜界島サンゴ礁科学研究所  2022  ( ISBN:9784991155017

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  • Zooxanthellate corals of Kikaijima Island

    ( Role: Joint editor)

    2020.8 

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    Total pages:67   Responsible for pages:全ページ   Language:Japanese Book type:Scholarly book

  • サンゴの白化ー失われるサンゴ礁の海とそのメカニズム

    深見裕伸 (2章)( Role: Contributor)

    成山堂書店  2020.2 

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    Total pages:178   Responsible for pages:32-53   Language:Japanese Book type:Scholarly book

  • Coral Reefs of the World

    Naoko Isomura, Hironobu Fukami( Role: Joint author ,  Coral Reproduction in Japan)

    Springer  2018.2 

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    Total pages:179   Responsible for pages:95-110   Language:English Book type:Scholarly book

  • 新・付着生物研究法

    深見裕伸・野村恵一( Role: Joint author ,  イシサンゴ類)

    恒星社厚生閣  2017.4 

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    Total pages:278   Responsible for pages:35-52   Language:Japanese Book type:Scholarly book

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  • 分類と系統:有藻性イシサンゴ類における分類体系改変の現状2015 Invited Reviewed

    深見裕伸

    生物科学   67 ( 4 )   201 - 215   2016.7

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  • 喜界島の有藻性イシサンゴ類の種組成について Invited Reviewed

    深見裕伸・北野裕子・立川浩之

    月刊海洋 号外   ( 56 )   94 - 102   2016.5

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  • Regional specific approach is a next step for setting evolutionary‐based conservation priorities in the scleractinian corals.

    H. Fukami

    Animal Conservation   4   318 - 319   2015.8

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  • Regional specific approach is a next step for setting evolutionary-based conservation priorities in the scleractinian corals

    Fukami H.

    Animal Conservation   18 ( 4 )   318 - 319   2015.8

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    DOI: 10.1111/acv.12224

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  • 阿嘉島におけるミドリイシ属サンゴの種分化

    磯村尚子, 深見裕伸

    みどりいし   ( 26 )   15 - 19   2015.3

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  • Origin of the zooxanthellate scleractinian corals in the warm-temperate region of Japan International conference

    Hironobu Fukami and Yoko Nozawa

    14th International Coral Reef Symposium  2021.6.19 

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    Event date: 2021.6.19 - 2021.6.23

    Language:English   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

  • The morphology of F1 hybrids of the coral genus Acropora in the Indo-Pacific International conference

    Fukami H, Iwao K, Kumagai N H, Morita M, Isomura N

    4th Asia-Pacific Coral Reef Symposium  (Cebu, Philippines) 

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    Event date: 2018.6.4 - 2018.6.8

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Cebu, Philippines  

  • ミドリイシ属2種の雑種の群体成長過程

    深見裕伸, 磯村尚子, 岩尾研二

    日本サンゴ礁学会第16回大会  (沖縄)  日本サンゴ礁学会

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    Event date: 2013.12.12 - 2013.12.15

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:沖縄  

  • Taxonomic Revision of the Families Faviidae and Mussiidae (Scleractinia, Anthozoa) International conference

    Fukami H

    中央研究院生物多樣性研究中心演講  (台湾台北市)  中央研究院生物多樣性研究中心

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    Event date: 2013.4.25

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    Venue:台湾台北市  

  • キクメイシ科およびオオトゲサンゴ科の分類体系の大幅変更

    深見裕伸

    第15回日本サンゴ礁学会  (東京大学本郷キャンパス)  日本サンゴ礁学会

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    Event date: 2012.11.22 - 2012.11.24

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:東京大学本郷キャンパス  

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  • 日本サンゴ礁学会 川口奨励賞

    2007.11   日本サンゴ礁学会  

    深見裕伸

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    Award type:Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc.  Country:Japan

  • 日本サンゴ礁学会ベストプレゼンテーション賞

    1999.10   日本サンゴ礁学会  

    深見裕伸

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    Award type:Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc.  Country:Japan

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  • 日本の温帯域に生息する造礁サンゴの固有性と起源を探る

    Grant number:18K06423  2018.04 - 2022.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

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  • 造礁サンゴ「種分類」の新機軸とその体系化-分子細胞遺伝学的アプローチ-

    2017.04 - 2020.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

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  • 造礁性イシサンゴ類の分子系統および化石と現世の形態多様性に基づく分類体系の再構築

    2011.04 - 2015.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

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    日本は、太平洋におけるサンゴの生息北限に位置し、種多様性が高いうえに固有種が数多く生息し、第四紀(約260万年前から現在まで)の保存状態が良好なサンゴ化石が陸上で多産するという、生物学的・古生物学的・進化生物学的に見て世界に類を見ない優れた地理的背景を持っている。本研究では、日本のサンゴ礁域から非サンゴ礁域(高緯度域)にかけて分布する現世の造礁性イシサンゴ類(以下、サンゴ)およびそれらの化石の両方を用いることで、過去からの形態変化や分布の変遷、さらに固有種の存在を明らかにした上で、従来これらの分類体系で最も有効と考えられていた骨格の形態的特徴を再検討し、近年行われている分子系統解析結果と調和的な骨格形質の発見と、現在混乱しているサンゴの分類体系の再構築を目指す。

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  • Reproductive timing of scleractinian corals at Co To Marine Protected Area, North Vietnam: Toward better management and restoration of coral reef International coauthorship

    Grant number:2020-1  2020.12 - 2022.12

    NEF Commemorative Grant Fund 

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    Grant type:Competitive