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Larval Stages and Settlement of the Barnacle Balanus (Conopea) Galeatus (L.) (Cirripedia Thoracica) 1)

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Balanus galeatus durchläuft fünf Naupliusstadien vor Erreichung des Cyprisstadiums. Die Cyprislarve siedelt sich entweder an einer lebenden Gorgonarie an, oder auf einem Artgenossen der bereits als Hermaphrodit auf einer Gorgonarie lebt. Larven, die Männchen werden (complemental male), befestigen sich auf dem Scutum, der Oberfläche des Rostrums oder auf den Lateralplatten des hermaphroditischen Adulttieres. Die Naupliusstadien sind charakterisiert durch Setae an den Extremitäten, die Bedornung an den Abdominalanhängen und durch das Vorhandensein von Dornen auf der Dorsalseite des Körpers.

Affiliations: 1: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California, 92037 U.S.A.


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