Do Locals Rule? Interactions between Native Intertidal Animals and a Caribbean Barnacle in Hawai'i

@article{Zabin2002DoLR,
  title={Do Locals Rule? Interactions between Native Intertidal Animals and a Caribbean Barnacle in Hawai'i},
  author={Chela J. Zabin and Michael G. (Michael Gale) Hadfield},
  journal={Pacific Science},
  year={2002},
  volume={56},
  pages={235 - 236}
}
Chthamalus proteus, a high intertidal barnacle from the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, is one of the most conspicuous recent introductions to Hawaiian waters. It arrived sometime between the early 1970s, when the last thorough survey of intertidal barnacles on O‘ahu was done (Matsuda 1973), and the late 1990s, when it was photographed by an amateur biologist who was putting together a book on Hawai‘i’s sea creatures (Southward et al. 1998). On O‘ahu, the barnacle attains high densities in… 
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