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Larval development, sensory mechanisms and physiological adaptions in acorn barnacles with special reference to Balanus amphitrite
Barnacles have drawn the attention of many naturalists and often dominate fouling communities. Balanus amphitrite, is a shallow water acorn barnacle capable of inhabiting expanses from supralittoral to subtidal levels, and ...
What do barnacle larvae feed on ? Implications in biofouling ecology
(Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 2010)
Barnacles are one of the dominant macrofouling organisms found in the intertidal region throughout the world. Among the different species of barnacles Balanus amphitrite (= Amphibalanus amphitrite) is a favoured candidate ...