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CRYPTOPHIALUS CORONOPHORUS, NEW SPECIES (CIRRIPEDIA: ACROTHORACICA), A BORING BARNACLE FROM GUAM, MARIANA ISLANDS, WITH NEW INSIGHTS INTO CRYPTOPHIALID ULTRASTRUCTURE

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ABSTRACT Numerous snail shells from Pago Bay, Guam, have yielded specimens of a new species of acrothoracican barnacle of the family Cryptophialidae. These barnacles are the first representatives of the order Acrothoracica known from Guam. The distinctive crownlike armament on the aperture of Cryptophialus coronophorus, new species, sets it apart from other species in the genus. Scanning electron microscopy reveals details of acrothoracican ultrastructure not previously reported.

10.1163/193724086X00802
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2017-09-21

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