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Additional Records of the Pedunculate Barnacle, Conchoderma Virgatum (Spengler), On Fishes

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Es gibt nur wenige bisher bekannte Fälle eines Anheftens von Cirripedien an Fischen mittels des Pedunculus. Im vorliegenden Bericht werden zwei zusätzliche Fälle geschildert. Der erste Fall betrifft die Anheftung von Conchoderma virgatum an Remora remora in den Gewässern um Hawaii, der zweite die Fixierung von C. virgatum an Istiophorus orientalis im Indischen Ozean. Die Art und Weise der Fixierung und die Beziehung der Cirripedien zum Fisch werden kurz erörtert.

Affiliations: 1: Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Biological Laboratory, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.


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