The Barnacles (Cirripedia): Contained in the Collections of the U. S. National Museum (Hardcover)
This comprehensive guide to barnacles provides a detailed analysis of the taxonomy, morphology, and distribution of these fascinating and often overlooked creatures. Drawing on a wealth of primary sources, including the collections of the U.S. National Museum, the book offers a clear and concise overview of the different types of barnacles and their habitats, as well as the evolutionary and ecological significance of these animals. Whether you are a biologist, a naturalist, or simply a lover of marine life, this book is an essential resource for understanding the diversity and complexity of the natural world.
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