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cirripede

(sîr′ə-pēd′) also

cirriped

(-pĕd′)
n.
Any of various crustaceans of the subclass Cirripedia, which includes the barnacles and related organisms that attach themselves to objects or become parasitic in the adult stage.

cir′ri·pede′ adj.
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cirripede

or

cirriped

any marine arthropod of the class Cirripedia, such as the barnacles and the parasite Sacculina.
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References in periodicals archive ?
A checklist of turtle and whale barnacles (Cirripedia: Thoracica: Coronuloidea).
Vincent, 1824# - - + Keratella cochlearis Gosse, 1851# - + + Lecane Nitzsch, 1827# - + - Notholca acuminata Ehrenberg, 1832# - - + Philodina Ehrenberg, 1830# - - - Polyarthera dolichoptera Idelson, 1925# - - + Synchaeta Ehrenberg, 1832 + + + Synchaeta stylata Wierzejski, 1893 + - - Synchaeta voraxRousselet, 1902 + - - Testudinella patina Hermann, 1783# - - - Trichocerca Lamarck, 1801# - - + Trichocerca capica Tschugunoff, 1921# - - + Microzooplankton Ciliata: Codonella Haeckel, 1873 - - + Codonella relicta Minikiewich, 1905 - + + Tintinnopsis Stein 1867 - + + Tintinnopsis karajacensis Brandt, 1896 - + - Tintinnopsis tubulosa Levander, 1900 - + + Meroplankton taxa (Mesozooplankton) Arachnida Larvae Cuvier, 1812 + - - Cirripedia: * Balanus sp.
Prolonged withdrawal: a possible predator evasion behavior in Balanus glandula (Crustacea: Cirripedia).
Growth, morphology, and laboratory culture of larvae of Balanus glandula (Cirripedia: Thoracica).
Molecular phylogenetics and population structure derived from mitochondrial DNA sequence variation in the edible goose barnacle genus Pollicipes (Cirripedia, Crustacea).
We describe the morphology and function of plumose setae on cyprids of Balanus glandula and other species across the clade Cirripedia. Setules from adjacent plumose setae are seamlessly joined at their tips and occur in three distinct linkage patterns.
La concentracion zooplanctonica promedio fluctuo entre 4.44 [+ o -] 7.01 y 0.32 [+ o -] 0.21 x [10.sup.4] org.[m.sup.-3], registradas en las estaciones 2 y 14 ubicadas en el canal de Jambeli y parte interna del estuario (APENDICE 1C), debido al aporte de varios taxones como son: Copepoda (Calanoida, Harpaticoida, Cyclopoida y Poecilostomatoida), Cirripedia, Copepodito, Decapoda (Brachyura), Cladocera, Aphragmophora y Myodocopida.
Thus, biochemical biomarkers evaluated in the barnacle Balanus improvisus (Crustacea: Cirripedia) sampled from both polluted and reference sites in the Patos Lagoon Estuary, Southern Brazil showed pollution and seasonal effects [52].
Inagawa, S, Akaya, T, Tamura, I, "The Introduction to Japan of the Titan Barnacle, Megahahmtts coccoponia (Darwin 1854) (Cirripedia; Balanomorpha) and the Role of Shipping in its Translocation" Biofouling, 25 325-333 (2009)