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Cirripedia Thoracica: Verrucomorpha of New Caledonia, Indonesia, Wallis and Futuna Islands

  title={Cirripedia Thoracica: Verrucomorpha of New Caledonia, Indonesia, Wallis and Futuna Islands},
  author={John S. Buckeridge},
V e r r u c o m o r p h a f r o m d e e p sea col lec t ions made by several French cruises in N e w Ca ledon ian area ( including Chesterf ield and Loyal ty Islands), Wall is Island and Futuna Island waters, and by the French-Indonesian cruise KARUBAR in Indonesian waters , over the period 1985-1993, are discussed. The fauna includes 16 species, seven of which are new; the b a t h y m e t r i c and g e o g r a p h i c r anges of many other taxa are ex tended , mak ing this one of the mos t d… 
Gibbosaverruca weijiai, a new verrucid (Crustacea, Thoracica) species from the Weijia Guyot deep-sea seamount in the West Pacific
A new species of verrucid barnacle, Gibbosaverruca weijiai sp. nov., is described and illustrated based on specimens collected from a deep-sea seamount, Weijia Guyot, in the West Pacifi c. This is
Additions to the Barnacle (Crustacea: Cirripedia) Fauna of South Africa
A high proportion of the deep-water samples examined contained previously unreported species, suggesting that additional sampling of hard abyssal substrata in the region is certain to yield yet more new cirripede records.
The Cirripedia of New Caledonia
The Indo-Pacific deep-sea benthos was investigated by major expeditions such as those of «Challenger», but none of these expeditions collected in the waters of New Caledonia and its surrounding areas, resulting in an exceptional diversity of thoracican cirripedes.
An annotated checklist and integrative biodiversity discovery of barnacles (Crustacea, Cirripedia) from the Moluccas, East Indonesia
The first checklist of barnacles from the Moluccas is presented, including additional information on morphology, distribution, and substrate as well as molecular data, suggesting that the islands have a much higher diversity of barnacle than previously known.
New Palaeogene sponges from the Red Bluff Tuff, Chatham Island, New Zealand
Abstract A horizon with well-preserved sponge body fossils occurs in the late Palaeocene–early Eocene Red Bluff Tuff of Chatham Island, located some 850 km east of mainland New Zealand. The body
Australian barnacles (Cirripedia: Thoracica), distributions and biogeographical affinities.
  • Diana S. Jones
  • Environmental Science
    Integrative and comparative biology
  • 2012
Tropical and temperate provinces grade into each other in a broad overlap zone along both the western and eastern Australian coasts, which is essentially a transitional region, with the gradual replacement of a tropical barnacle fauna in the north by a predominantly temperate barnacle FTL in the south.
Deep‐water cirripedes colonizing dead shells of the cephalopod Nautilus macromphalus from New Caledonian waters
The disposition of verrucomorphs indicates that most Nautilus shells were colonized post‐mortem rather than during a floating stage, and other cirripede taxa with membranous bases that were attached to pristine shells may not leave any substantial scars, and, thus, will be difficult to detect in the fossil record.
Revision of the Verrucidae (Crustacea, Cirripedia) from the Atlantic Ocean studied by Abel Gruvel (Travailleur and Talisman scientific expeditions)
Les Verrucidae de l'ocean Atlantique, etudies par Gruvel, sont redecrits, y compris leurs appendices. Altiverruca erecta (Gruvel, 1900), A. longicarinata (Gruvel, 1900), Metaverruca imbricata
New insights gained from museum collections: Deep-sea barnacles (Crustacea, Cirripedia, Thoracica) in the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, collected during the Karubar expedition in 1991
An examination of the deep-sea barnacles (Cirripedia, Thoracica) collected by the Karubar expedition to Indonesia (1991) and deposited in the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, identified
North West Pacific deep-sea barnacles (Cirripedia, Thoracica) collected by the TAIWAN expeditions, with descriptions of two new species
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On the occurrence and behaviour of two little-known barnacles, Hexelasma hirsutum and Verruca recta , from the continental slope
The fauna of the continental shelf and slope between Ireland and Spain has been described by Le Danois (1948), but very little faunistic work has been carried out in the area recently. Since R.V.
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