stalked barnacle


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stalked barnacle

[′stȯkt ′bär·nə·kəl]
(invertebrate zoology)
The common name for crustaceans composing the suborder Lepadomorpha.
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Management of the stalked barnacle (Pollicipes pollicipes) fishery in the Berlengas Nature Reserve (Portugal): evaluation of bag and size limit regulation measures.
Patterns of distribution and abundance of the stalked barnacle (Pollicipes pollicipes) in the central and southwest coast of continental Portugal.
Living within a cluster of adults might offer juveniles protection from predation, desiccation, and strong wave action (Barnes & Reese 1960), as well as benefits for reproduction; stalked barnacles are simultaneous hermaphrodites and obligate cross-fertilizers that rely on gregariousness to mate with conspecifics (Charnov 1987, Barnes, 1992).
Barnacles of the genus Octolasmis Gray, 1825 are commonly called pedunculate barnacles or stalked barnacles. They belong to subclass Cirripedia of class Crustacea.
A survey of literature shows that only four papers have been published so far on stalked barnacles from Pakistan.
Age of the mangrove crab Scylla serrata colonization by stalked barnacles of the genus Octolasmis.
The chemistry of stalked barnacle adhesive (Lepas anatifera).
Mechanical properties of the cement of the stalked barnacle Dosima fascicularis (Cirripedia, Crustacea).
In juvenile stalked barnacles the cement glands are at the apical region of the peduncle just beneath the capitulum.