Balanus


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Linking stages of life history: how larval quality translates into juvenile performance for an intertidal barnacle (Balanus glandula).
Filtering barnacles [ivory barnacles, Balanus eburneus (Crustacea; Cirripedia)] and decapod shrimps [big-claw snapping shrimp, Alpheus heterochaelis (Crustacea; Decapoda)] were used for the analysis because filter feeders and scavenging omnivores represent important links between the detritus and higher trophic levels.
Isolated and combined impacts of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) and barnacles (Balanus improvisus) on structure and diversity of a fouling community.
Crisp, "An energy budget for the free-swimming and metamorphosing larvae of Balanus balanoides (Crustacea: Cirripedia)," Marine Biology, vol.
Inhibitory effects of Mediterranean sponge extracts and metabolites on larval settlement of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite.
Ostroumouw), Pisces (egg and larvae), and multitudinous Cirripedia (Balanus sp.
The barnacles of the Balanus amphitrite complex (Cirripedia, Thoracica).
(= Balanus) improvisus were more fragile than larger ones and that failure within the barnacle structure obscured differences in the strength of adhesion to surfaces.
Preliminary studies of secondary metabolites from seaweeds have shown biological activity against bacteria (Sieburth and Conover, 1965), Mytilus edulis larvae (Katsuoka et al., 1990), bryozoan (Bugula neritina) larvae (Schmitt et al., 1995) and Balanus amphitrite larvae (Willemsen, 1994).