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Cirripedia Thoracica associated with Caretta caretta (Linnaeus, 1758) in the northern Aegean Sea

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[Twenty-nine dead loggerhead turtles, washed ashore at various localities in northern Greece, were sampled. Study of the material collected revealed 9 species of Cirripedia Thoracica. Chelonibia patula (Ranzani, 1818), Balanus perforatus Bruguière, 1789, and Pachylasma giganteum (Philippi, 1836) are reported for the first time as epibionts of Caretta caretta. The results are discussed in relation to the relevant literature.

Vingt-neuf tortues carets mortes, échouées en diverses localités au nord de la Grèce, ont été collectées. L'étude du matériel récolté a révélé la présence de 9 espèces de Cirripedia Thoracica. Chelonibia patula (Ranzani, 1818), Balanus perforatus Bruguière, 1789 et Pachylasma giganteum (Philippi, 1836) sont signalés pour la première fois comme épibiontes de Caretta caretta. Les résultats sont discutées en fonction des données de la littérature., Twenty-nine dead loggerhead turtles, washed ashore at various localities in northern Greece, were sampled. Study of the material collected revealed 9 species of Cirripedia Thoracica. Chelonibia patula (Ranzani, 1818), Balanus perforatus Bruguière, 1789, and Pachylasma giganteum (Philippi, 1836) are reported for the first time as epibionts of Caretta caretta. The results are discussed in relation to the relevant literature.

Vingt-neuf tortues carets mortes, échouées en diverses localités au nord de la Grèce, ont été collectées. L'étude du matériel récolté a révélé la présence de 9 espèces de Cirripedia Thoracica. Chelonibia patula (Ranzani, 1818), Balanus perforatus Bruguière, 1789 et Pachylasma giganteum (Philippi, 1836) sont signalés pour la première fois comme épibiontes de Caretta caretta. Les résultats sont discutées en fonction des données de la littérature.]

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2003-04-01
2016-12-08

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