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A New Species of Balanus (Cirripedia, Thoracica ) From the Late Eocene Cowlitz Formation of Southern Washington, U.S.a. 1 )

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Balanus cornwalli sp. nov. wird aus der späteozänen Cowlitz-Formation Südwashingtons beschrieben. Diese Art und der verwandte B. unguilormis Sowerby aus dem "Bartonian" Englands werden zunächst provisorisch dem Subgenus Hesperibalanus zugeordnet. Der durch den Besitz solider Parietalia charakterisierte Hesperibalanus scheint den Vorläuferformen nahezustehen, denen die mit Parietaltuben versehenen Angehörigen der Gattung Balanus entstammen.

Affiliations: 1: Systematics-Ecology Program, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, U.S.A.


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