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DESCRIPTIONS OF THE LARVAE OF TETRACLITA RUBESCENS AND MEGABALANUS CALIFORNICUS WITH A COMPARISON OF THE COMMON BARNACLE LARVAE OF THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COAST

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ABSTRACT The larvae of Tetraclita rubescens and Megabalanus californicus are described for the first time. In addition, comparisons are made with other common, mostly intertidal, barnacle species on the central California coast, including Chthamalus dalli, Chthamalus fissus, Pollicipes polymerus, Balanus glandula, Balanus crenatus, Balanus nubilus, Balanus improvisus, Balanus amphitrite amphitrite, and Semibalanus cariosus. Differences in size, setation of appendages, and body forms are used to distinguish species and larval stages.

10.1163/193724094X00146
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2017-08-22

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