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Wed 15 Sep 2004

New FMNH webpage on Goose Barnacles

Category : research

04 Sep 2004 - Long-time friends of the Raffles Museum, Harold Voris & Bill Jeffries of the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, announced yet another webpage resource from years of work in Southeast Asia.

This time, a new webpage is devoted to the biology of the goose barnacles of the genus Octolasmis - "the little fellows that attach themselves to sea snakes and crustaceans", Harold puts it.

There are sections on the biology, life cycle, evolutionary history, systematics, hosts, cyprid attachment, and a bibliography. The attendant papers published in various journals including the Raffles Bulletin of Zoology are attached as downloadable pdfs.

The URL is: http://www.fmnh.org/barnacles.

This follows earlier announcements of the pages, Aquatic Snakes of Southeast Asia and Pleistocene Sea Levels Maps of Southeast Asia.

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