Hawaiian Cirripedia: Cirrepedia From The Pacific Coast Of North America (Hardcover)
Published in 1907, "Hawaiian Cirripedia (Cirrepedia) from the Pacific Coast of North America" is a comprehensive study of the diverse and fascinating world of barnacles. Compiled by renowned malacologist Henry Augustus Pilsbry, this book includes detailed descriptions and illustrations of dozens of different species of barnacle, as well as insights into their behavior, ecology, and evolution.
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