A revision of stalked barnacles (Cirripedia: Thoracica: Scalpellomorpha: Eolepadidae: Neolepadinae) associated with hydrothermalism, including a description of a new genus and species from a volcanic seamount off Papua New Guinea

@article{Southward2009ARO,
  title={A revision of stalked barnacles (Cirripedia: Thoracica: Scalpellomorpha: Eolepadidae: Neolepadinae) associated with hydrothermalism, including a description of a new genus and species from a volcanic seamount off Papua New Guinea},
  author={Alan J. Southward and Diana S. Jones},
  journal={Senckenbergiana maritima},
  year={2009},
  volume={32},
  pages={77-93}
}
In describing a new species of pedunculate barnacle that occurs in large numbers in sulphidic seep conditions on a volcanic seamount off Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea, it has been necessary to revise the Neolepadinae and erect two new genera. Capitulum and peduncle characters distinguish the new genera from the species ofNeolepas that occur at hydrothermal vents along the East Pacific Rise. The new genus and species from Lihir Island also differs fromNeolepas osheai described from the Kermadec… 
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