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A widespread and conspicuous species in the north-eastern Baltic Sea that produces such structures is Balanus (Amphibalanus) improvisus (Durr and Wahl, 2004; Kotta et al.
Thus, biochemical biomarkers evaluated in the barnacle Balanus improvisus (Crustacea: Cirripedia) sampled from both polluted and reference sites in the Patos Lagoon Estuary, Southern Brazil showed pollution and seasonal effects [52].
Balanus) improvisus were more fragile than larger ones and that failure within the barnacle structure obscured differences in the strength of adhesion to surfaces.
Fouling of the Caridean shrimp, Lysmata wurdemanni (Gibbes, 1850) by the barnacle, Balanus improvisus (Darwin, 1854) and other epibionts.
Sheltered hard bottoms with bivalves and the cirriped Amphibalanus improvisus
Barnacle larvae of the species Balanus improvisus were retrieved from the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) at the University of Gothenburg.
Based on both field observations and laboratory evidence regarding the hermaphroditic barnacle Balanus improvisus, Furman and Yule (1990) argued that the ability to self-fertilize is especially advantageous for individuals of a species which often has sparse and isolated populations.
3 Asellus aquaticus 2 Astarte borealis 3 Balanus improvisus 2 Bathyporeia pilosa 3 Bithynia tentaculata 3 Boccardia redeki 2 Bylgides sarsi 3 Calliopius laeviusculus 3 Cerastoderma glaucum 2 Ceratopogonidae 2 Chelicorophium curvispinum 2 Chironomidae 1 Coleoptera 3 Collembola 3 Cordylophora caspia 2 Corixa spp.
Pathways of arsenic uptake and incorporation in estuarine phytoplankton and the filter-feeding invertebrates Eurytemora affinis, Balanus improvisus and Crassostrea virginica.
Chojnacki (2000) reported that concrete with a roughened surface, presumably at a scale of 1-10 mm, was a superior surface for larval settlement of Mytilus edulis and Balanus improvisus compared with smooth surfaces.
Effects of Bacteria Films on Attachment of Barnacle (Balanus improvisus Darwin) Larvae: Laboratory and Field Studies," J.