Literature on Amphibalanus improvisus

Literature on Amphibalanus improvisus

Barnes, H. and Barnes, M. 1965. Egg size, nauplius size, and their variation with local, geographical, and specific factors in some common cirripedes. Journal of Animal Ecology 34(2): 391-402.

Berntsson, K.M., Andreasson, H., Jonsson, P.R., Larsson, L., Ring, K., Petronis, S. and Gatenholm, P. 2000. Reduction of barnacle recruitment on micro-textured surfaces: analysis of effective topographic characteristics and evaluation of skin friction. Biofouling 16(2-4): 245-261.

Bousfield, E.L. 1954. The distribution and spawning seasons of barnacles on the Atlantic coast of Canada. Bulletin of the National Museum of Canada 132: 112-154.

Branscomb, E.S. 1976. Proximate causes of mortality determining the distribution and abundance of the barnacle Balanus improvisus Darwin in Chesapeake Bay. Chesapeake Science 17(4): 281-288.

Brattegard, T. & T. Holthe (Eds.) 1997. Distribution of marine, benthic macro-organisms in Norway. A tabulated catalogue. Preliminary edition. DN 1997-1. Directorate for Nature Management, Trondheim, Norway, 409pp.

Brattström, H. 1958. Undersökninger över Öresund XXXVII. Cirripedia and Ascothoracica from the Sound and southeastern Kattegat. Lunds Universitets Årsskrift N.F. Avd. 2, 54(6): 1-26.

Carlton, J.T. and Zullo, V.A. 1969. Early records of the barnacle Balanus improvisus Darwin from the Pacific coast of North America. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences 75: 1-6.

Clare, A.S. and Høeg, J.T. 2008. Balanus amphitrite or Amphibalanus amphitrite? A note on barnacle nomenclature. Biofouling 24(1): 55-57.

Costlow, J.D., Jr. 1956. Shell development in Balanus improvisus Darwin. Journal of Morphology 99: 359-415.

Costlow, J.D., Jr. and Bookout, C.G. 1953. Moulting and growth in Balanus improvisus. Biological Bulletin 105(3): 420-433.

Costlow, J.D., Jr. and Bookout, C.G. 1957. Body growth versus shell growth in Balanus improvisus. Biological Bulletin 113: 224-232.

Crisp, D.J. and Southward, A.J. 1961. Different types of cirral activity of barnacles. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 243: 271-308.

Dahlström, M., Mårtensson, L.G.E., Jonsson, P.R., Arnebrant, T. and Elwing, H. 2000. Surface active adrenoceptor compounds prevent the settlement of cyprid larvae of Balanus improvisus. Biofouling 16(2-4): 191-203.

DAISIE, 2006. Balanus improvisus. (Fact-sheet available on, accessed on 9 March 2015).

Darwin, C. 1854. A monograph of the subclass Cirripedia with figures of all the species. The Balanidae (or sessile cirripedes); the Verrucidae, etc. Ray Society, London.

Davis, C.W. and Costlow, J.D. 1974. Evidence for a molt inhibiting hormone in the barnacle Balanus improvisus (Crustacea, Cirripedia). Journal of Comparative Physiology 93: 85-91.

Dineen, J.F., Jr. and Hines, A.H. 1992. Interactive effects of salinity and adult extract upon settlement of the estuarine barnacle Balanus improvisus (Darwin, 1854). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 156: 239-252.

Doochin, H.D. 1951. The morphology of Balanus improvisus Darwin and Balanus amphitrite niveus Darwin during initial attachment and metamorphosis. Bulletin of Marine Science 1(1): 15-39.

Dürr, S. and Wahl, M. 2004. Isolated and combined impacts of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) and barnacles (Balanus improvisus) on structure and diversity of a fouling community. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 306(2): 181-195.

Foster, B.A. 1970. Responses and acclimation to salinity in the adults of some balanomorph barnacles. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 256: 377-400.

Foster, B.A. and Willan, R.C. 1979. Foreign barnacles transported to New Zealand on an oil platform. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 13(1): 143-149.

Främmande Arter, 2006. Bay barnacle (Balanus improvisus). Fact-sheet available at (accessed on 9 March 2015).

Furman, E.R. 1990. Geographical variation of Balanus improvisus in biochemical and morphometric characters. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 70: 721-740.

Furman, E.R. and Yule, A.B. 1990. Self-fertilisation in Balanus improvisus Darwin. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 144: 235-239.

Furman, E.R., Yule, A.B. and Crisp, D.J. 1989. Gene flow between populations of Balanus improvisus Darwin (Cirripedia) in British estuaries. Topics in Marine Biology. Scientia Marina 53(2-3): 465-472.

Fyhn, H.J. 1976. Holeuryhalinity and its mechanisms in a cirriped crustacean, Balanus improvisus. Coparative Biochemistry and Physiologogy 53A: 19-30.

Gamfeldt, L., Wallén, J., Jonsson, P.R., Berntsson, K.M. and Havenhand, J.N. 2005. Increasing intraspecific diversity enhances settling success in a marine invertebrate. Ecology 86(12): 3219-3224.

Gislén, T. 1950. Till kännedomen om invandringen och utbredningen av Balanus improvisus vid svenska kuster. Fauna och Flora 45: 32-37.

Gollasch, S. and Nehring, S. 2006. National checklist for aquatic alien species in Germany. Aquatic Invasions 1(4): 245-269.

Gomoiu, M.-T., Alexandrov, B., Shadrin, N. and Zaitsev, Y. 2002. The Black Sea – a recipient, donor and transit area for alien species. In: Invasive aquatic species of Europe. Distribution, impacts and management (eds. E. Leppäkoski, S. Gollasch and S. Olenin), pp. 341-350. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Goulletquer, P., Bachelet, G., Sauriau, P.G. and Noel, P. 2002. Open Atlantic coast of Europe – a century of introduced species into French waters. In: Invasive aquatic species of Europe. Distribution, impacts and management (eds. E. Leppäkoski, S. Gollasch and S. Olenin), pp. 276-290. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Grigorovich, I.A., Therriault, T.W. and MacIsaac, H.J. 2003. History of aquatic invertebrate invasions in the Caspian Sea. Biological Invasions 5: 103-115.

Hopkins, C.C.E. 2001. Actual and potential effects of introduced marine organisms in Norwegian waters, including Svalbard. Research report 2001-1. Directorate for Nature Management, 53pp.

Iwasaki, K. 2006. Human-mediated introduction of marine organisms in Japan: a review. In: Assessment and Control of Biological Invasion Risks (eds. F. Koike, M.N. Clout, M. Kawamichi, M. De Poorter and K. Iwatsuka), pp. 104-112. Shoukado Book Sellers, Kyoto, Japan and IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.

Jensen, K.R. and Knudsen, J. 2005. A summary of alien marine benthic invertebrates in Danish waters. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies 34, Supplement 1: 137-162.

Kerckhof, F. 2002. Barnacles (Cirripedia, Balanomorpha) in Belgian waters, an overview of the species and recent evolutions, with emphasis on exotic species. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, Biologie 72, Supplement: 93-104.

Kerckhof, F. and Cattrijsse, A. 2001. Exotic Cirripedia (Balanomorpha) from buoys off the Belgian coast. Senckenbergiana Maritima 31(2): 245-254.

Kühl, H. 1963. Über die Verbreitung der Balaniden durch Schiffe. Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Meeresforschung in Bremerhaven 8: 142-150.

Krüger, P. 1927. Cirripedia Thoracica der Dänischen Gewässer. Videnskabeligelig Meddelelser fra Dansk Naturhistorisk Forening 84: 11-16.

Laihonen, P. and Furman, E.R. 1986. The site of settlement indicates commensalism between bluemussel and its epibiont. Oecologia 71: 38-40.

Lang, W.H., Forward, R.B., Jr. and Miller, D.C. 1979. Behavioral responses of Balanus improvisus nauplii to light intensity and spectrum. Biological Bulletin 157: 166-181.

Leppäkosli, E. 1999. Balanus improvisus (Darwin 1854), Balanidae, Cirripedia. In: Exotics Across the Ocean – Case Histories on Introduced Species (eds. S. Gollasch, D. Minchin, H. Rosenthal and M. Voigt), pp. 49-54. Logos Verlag, Berlin.

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Minchin, D. 2007. A checklist of alien and cryptogenic aquatic species in Ireland. Aquatic Invasions 2(4): 341-366.

Moore, H.B. and Frue, A.C. 1959. The settlement and growth of Balanus improvisus, B. eburneus and B. amphitrite in the Miami area. Bulletin of Marine Science 9(4): 421-440.

Nasrolahi, A. 2007. Larval settlement of the barnacle, Balanus improvisus Darwin (1854) under different food concentration, substratum, light period, salinity, cyprid density and cyprid age. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 10(13): 2231-2236.

O'Connor, N.J. and Richardson, D.L. 1996. Effects of bacterial films on attachment of barnacles (Balanus improvisus Darwin) larvae: laboratory and field studies. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 206: 69-81.

Olszewska, A. 2000. Mya arenaria L., a new and unusual substratum for Balanus improvisus Darwin. Oceanologia 42(1): 119-121.

Ovsyannikova, L.I. 2008. Barnacles in benthic communities of the inner part of Amursky Bay (Sea of Japan). In: Ecological studies and the state of the ecosystem of Amursky Bay and the estuarine zone of the Razdolnaya River (Sea of Japan) (eds. K.A. Lutaenko and M.A. Vaschenko), Vol 1, pp. 207-222. Vladivostok, Dalnauka.

Pitombo, F.B. 2004. Phylogenetic analysis of the Balanidae (Cirripedia, Balanomorpha). Zoologica Scripta 33(3): 261-276.

Poulsen, E.M. 1935. De danske farvandes rurer (Balanomorpha og Verrucomorpha). Videnskabelige Meddelelser fra Dansk Naturhistorisk Forening 99: 5-27.

Rainbow, P.S. 1984. An introduction to the biology of British littoral barnacles. Field Studies 6: 1-51.

Rainbow, P.S., Fialkowski, W., Sokolowski, A., Smith, B.D. and Wolowicz, M. 2004. Geographical and seasonal variation of trace metal bioavailabilities in the Gulf of Gdansk, Baltic Sea using mussels (Mytilus trossulus) and barnacles (Balanus improvisus) as biomonitors. Marine Biology 144: 271-286.

Rainbow, P.S., Smith, B.D. and Lau, S.S.S. 2002. Biomonitoring of trace metal availabilities in the Thames estuary using a suite of littoral biomonitors. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 82: 793-799.

Rainbow, P.S., Wolowicz, M., Fialkowski, W., Smith, B.D. and Sokolowski, A. 2000. Biomonitoring of trace metals in the Gulf of Gdansk, using mussels (Mytilus trossulus) and barnacles (Balanus improvisus). Water Research 34(6): 1823-1829.

Riedel, F., Audzijonytė, A. and Mugue, N. 2006. Aliens associating with Caspian Sea endemic bivalves. Biological Invasions 8: 1067-1071.

Ross, A. and Jackson, C.G., Jr. 1972. Barnacle fouling of the ornate diamondback terrapin, Malaclemys terrapin macrospilota. Crustaceana 22(2): 203-205.

Ross, P.M., Burrows, M.T., Hawkins, S.J., Southward, A.J. and Ryan, K.P. 2003. A key for the identification of the nauplii of common barnacles of the British Isles, with emphasis on Chthamalus. Journal of Crustacean Biology 23(2): 328-340.

Sjögren, M., Dahlström, M., Göransson, U., Jonsson, P.R. and Bohlin, L. 2004. Recruitment in the field of Balanus improvisus and Mytilus edulis in response to the antifouling cyclopeptides barettin and 8,9-dihydrobarrettin from the marine sponge Geodia barretti. Biofouling 20(6): 291-297.

Sjögren, M., Dahlström, M., Hedner, E., Jonsson, P.R., Vik, A., Gundersen, L.-L. and Bohlin, L. 2008. Antifouling activity of the sponge metabolite agelasine D. and synthesised analogs on Balanus improvisus. Biofouling 24(4): 251-258.

Sneli, J.-A. 1972. Distribution of Balanus improvisus along the Norwegian coast. Rhizocrinus 1(7): 1-6.

Southward, A.J. 1957. On the behaviour of barnacles III. Further observations on the influence of temperature and age on cirral activity. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 36: 323-334.

Stephensen, K. 1933. Havedderkopper (Pycnogonida) og rankefødder (Cirripedia). Danmarks Fauna 38: 1-158.

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Toth, G.B. and Lindeborg, M. 2008. Water-soluble compounds from the breadcrumb sponge Halichondria panicea deter attachment of the barnacle Balanus improvisus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 354: 125-132.

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Zenetos, A., Çinar, M.E., Panucci-Papadopoulou, M.A., Harmelin, J.G., Furnari, G., Andaloro, F., Bellou, N., Streftaris, N. and Zibrowius, H. 2005. Annotated list of marine alien species in the Mediterranean with records of the worst invasive species. Mediterranean Marine Science 6(2): 63-118.

Zvyagintsev, A.Y. 2003. Introduction of species into the northwestern Sea of Japan and the problem of marine fouling. Russian Journal of Marine Biology 29 (Supplement 1): S10-S21.