Functional morphology of the cirripede
cypris: a comparative approach.
This same synchrony has also been observed in other cirripedes
, such as P.
1-3) in the attachment organs of nine species of cirripede
cyprids representing a wide range of substrata and habitats: 1) shape of the attachment disc (ratio of short to long axis), 2) angle to the substratum, and 3) density of cuticular villi on the disc surface Factor Kruskal-Wallis test/ANOVA Ratio of short to long axis H = 45.27, P < 0.05, df = 7 Disc angle H = 56.62, P < 0.05, df = 8 Villus density F = 9.52, P > 0.05, df = 7 Factor Pairwise test and specimen counts Ratio of short to long axis S.
The chemical basis of gregariousness in cirripedes
: A review (1953-1984).
Neurosecretory cells in some cirripedes
. Nature 181: 194.
What is called the barnacle horizon is the mid-intertidal horizon dominated by these cirripedes
19-20) shows how the cirripedes
have undergone "perfection" in some features but not others.
Like planktonic crustaceans, the sessile barnacles, the Cirripedes
, as a group are not uniquely associated with coral reefs.
et des Mollusques, marins, terrestres et fluviatiles
The Lepadidae, or, Pedunculated Cirripedes
. Ray Society, London.
Adsorbed layers: the stimulus to settlement in Cirripedes
This species, shown here on a patch of the seaweed Jania rubens, eats polychaetes, mollusks, and cirripedes