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RELATIVE GROWTH RATES OF THE CAPITULUM AND ITS PLATES IN OCTOLASMIS MÜLLERI (CIRRIPEDIA: THORACICA: POECILASMATIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Fifty-two recently metamorphosed, juvenile, and young adult pedunculate barnacles, Octolasmis mülleri, were grown individually under laboratory conditions at 25-27°C, fed the marine rotifer Brachionus sp. and the brine shrimp Artemia salina. Growth of the animals was monitored over 10 weeks by periodic measurements of the capitular length, the area of the capitulum, and the areas of the capitular plates. The mean plate areas, individually and collectively, increase with growth, whereas the average plate coverage of the capitulum does not change.

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1998-01-01
2016-12-09

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