Balanus balanoides


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Synonyms for Balanus balanoides

barnacle that attaches to rocks especially in intertidal zones

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Studies on the larval structure and metamorphosis of Balanus balanoides (L.).
The seasonal changes in body weight, biochemical composition and oxygen uptake of two common boreo-artic cirripedes, Balanus balanoides and B.
Racial differences between North American and European forms of Balanus balanoides. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 44:33-45.
Methods of the identification of the larvae of Balanus balanoides (L.), B.
On the structure of the antennular attachment organ of the cypris larva of Balanus balanoides (L.).
The histology, histochemistry and ultrastructure of the cement apparatus of three adult sessile barnacles, Elminius modestus, Balanus balanoides and Balanus hameri.
Effects of competition, predation by Thais lapillus, and other factors on natual populations of the barnacle Balanus balanoides. Ecological Monographs 31:61-104.
Effects of competition, predation by Thais lapillis, and other factors on natural populations of the barnacle Balanus balanoides. Ecol.
Early changes in the shell form of Balanus balanoides (1.) Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 17:221-237.
A laboratory study of predation by the dog-whelk Nucella lapillus on the barnacles Eliminius modestus and Balanus balanoides. J.
With respect to our assumption of density-independent mortality of adults, we cite Connell (1961) who finds that few deaths of Chthamalus montagui barnacles were caused by intraspecific crowding but the larger dominant species Balanus balanoides suffered intraspecific crowding.
Growth variability in the White Sea invertebrates Mytilus edulis, Mya arenaria and Balanus balanoides. Trudy Inst.
A field study of settlement behaviour in Balanus balanoides and Eliminius modestus (Cirripedia: Crustacea) in relation to competition between them.
Walley (1969) described the larval development of Semibalanus balanoides (previously Balanus balanoides) and outlined the nervous system and major sense organs of both the cyprid and nauplius.
1961a, Effects of competition, predation by Thais lapillus, and other factors on natural populations of the barnacle Balanus balanoides. Ecological Monographs 31: 61-104.