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The Larval Stages of Balanus Hameri (Ascanius, 1767)

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Les six stades nauplius et le stade cypris de Balanus hameri (Ascanius, 1767) sont d'une taille exceptionnellement grande. Les cornes frontales et les épines de la carapace sont très longues. Les soies sont disposées suivant une formule qui ne diffère qu'un peu de celle de Balanus balanoides. On peut facilement distinguer chaque stade du développement par les soies de l'antennule et par l'arrangement des épines à la base du processus abdominal. Ces caractères concordent avec ceux des stades correspondants des autres espèces.

Affiliations: 1: Marine Biology Station, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, Great Britain


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