Surface structures and sense organs of the cypris larva
of Balanus balanoides as seen by scanning and transmission electron microscopy.
Morphology of the nervous system of the barnacle cypris larva (Balanus amphitrite Darwin) revealed by light and electron microscopy.
The complete cypris larva and its significance in thecostracan phylogeny.
On the structure of the antennular attachment organ of the cypris larva of Balanus balanoides (L.).
Identification of methyl farnesoate in the cypris larva
of the barnacle, Balanus amphitrite, and its role as a juvenile hormone, bisect Biochem.
If she settles on a crab, a female cypris larva
metamorphoses into a device that injects a mass of undifferentiated cells into the body of the host; the interna develops from these cells.
The cypris larva
develops from a nauplius stage (both larval types are characteristic of primitive crustaceans).
The cyprid (cypris larva) is the final larval stage of the barnacle.
We report here the results of an anatomical study of the central nervous system and the major sense organs of the cypris larva of B.