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The stalked barnacle Pollicipes pollicipes (Gmelin, 1789), is a strictly littoral and essentially intertidal pedunculate cirripede that lives by forming dense aggregates or clumps on exposed rocky shores and cliffs associated with a high degree of hydrodynamism (Barnes 1996).
Growth, fecundity, and reproductive biology in the pedunculate cirripede Pollicipes polymerus at San Juan Island, Washington.