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New frontiers in barnacle evolution
Schram, F.R.; Høeg, J.T. (Ed.) (1995). New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10. A.A. Balkema: Rotterdam & Brookfield. ISBN 90 -5410-626-3. IX, 318 pp.
Part of: Schram, F.R. (Ed.) Crustacean Issues. Balkema/CRC Press/Taylor & Francis: Rotterdam. ISSN 0168-6356, more

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    VLIZ: Crustacea CRU.98 [56753]

Keywords
    Evolution; Thecostraca [WoRMS]; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Schram, F.R., editor
  • Høeg, J.T., editor

Content
  • Southward, A.J. (1995). William Anderson Newman: an appreciation, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 1-14, more
  • Jones, D.S.; Lander, N.S. (1995). A revision of the scalpellomorph subfamily Calanticinae sensu Zevina (1978), in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 15-41, more
  • Sluys, R.; Schalk, P.H.; Schram, F.R. (1995). Systematic cirripedeology in the 21st century: multimedia biodiversity information systems, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 43-48, more
  • Clare, A.S. (1995). Chemical signals in barnacles: old problems, new approaches, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 49-67, more
  • Walker, G. (1995). Larval settlement: historical and future perspectives, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 69-85, more
  • Korn, O.M. (1995). Naupliar evidence for cirripede taxonomy and phylogeny, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 87-121, more
  • Grygier, M.J. (1995). An unusual barnacle nauplius illustrating several hitherto unappreciated features useful in cirripede systematics, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 123-136, more
  • Elfimov, A.S. (1995). Comparative morphology of the thoracican cyprid larvae: studies of the carapace, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 137-152, more
  • Moyse, J.; Høeg, J.; Jensen, P.G.; Al-Yahya, H.A.H. (1995). Attachment organs in cypris larvae: using scanning electron microscopy, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 153-177, more
  • Klepal, W.; Nemeschkal, H.L. (1995). Cuticular structures in the males of Scalpellidae (Cirripedia Thoracica): a character analysis, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 179-194, more
  • Høeg, J. (1995). Sex and the single cirripede: a phylogenetic perspective, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 195-207, more
  • Grygier, M.J. (1995). SEM-based morphology and new host and distribution records of Waginella (Ascothoracida), in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 209-228, more
  • Young, P.S. (1995). New interpretations of South American patterns of barnacle distribution, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 229-253, more
  • Buckeridge, J.S. (1995). Phylogeny and biogeography of the primitive Sessilia and a consideration of a Tethyan origin of the group, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 255-267, more
  • van Syoc, R.J. (1995). Barnacle mitochondrial DNA: determining genetic relationships among species of Pollicipes, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 269-296, more
  • Schram, F.R.; Høeg, J. (1995). New frontiers in barnacle evolution, in: Schram, F.R. et al. (Ed.) New frontiers in barnacle evolution. Crustacean Issues, 10: pp. 297-312, more

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