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On the World-wide Dispersal of a Hawaiian Barnacle, Balanus amphitrite hawaiiensis Broch

@article{Utinomi1960OnTW,
  title={On the World-wide Dispersal of a Hawaiian Barnacle, Balanus amphitrite hawaiiensis Broch},
  author={H. Utinomi},
  journal={Pacific Science},
  year={1960},
  volume={14},
  pages={43-50}
}
  • H. Utinomi
  • Published 1960
  • Biology
  • Pacific Science
  • IN RECENT YEARS a great deal of attention has been given by many workers, especially by marine ecologists and oyster planters, to the introduction of an Australian barnacle, Elmin ius modestus Darwin, into British waters and to its subsequent rapid spread along the continental European coasts from Brittany to the mouth of the Elbe River. The most recent extensive reviews of the occurrence of this barnacle on those coasts have been given by Den Hartog ( 1953) and Kiihl ( 1954). Similarly… CONTINUE READING
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