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Calamar Cuerno de Carnero Spirula spirula

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glycymeris

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Abril 26, 2020 04:56 PM NZST

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Washed up.

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Calamar Cuerno de Carnero Spirula spirula

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glycymeris

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Enero 2, 2020 02:20 PM NZDT

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Washed up on very high tide line.

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Gasterópodos Heterobranquios Subclase Heterobranchia

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tauanajc

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Junio 28, 2016 05:33 PM EDT

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kueda

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Noviembre 12, 2014 07:21 PM AEDT

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harazaki

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Junio 14, 2011 08:09 PM JST

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There is their egg at the bottom left of this photo.

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harazaki

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Julio 9, 2013 10:33 AM JST

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The spawning behavior

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harumkoh

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Agosto 9, 2014 03:04 PM +09

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エゾシマリス.

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Ratón Espiguero Micromys minutus

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fero

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Abril 20, 2008 09:02 AM CEST

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mano

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Copyright infringement square

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Vida Vida

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ernesthwilliams

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Diciembre 26, 2018 03:42 PM -05

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NUMBERS: 20121226; AAM-AAES114856
SPECIES: Symbiotic Acorn Barnacle, Chelonibia testudinaria (Linnaeus, 1758)
DISTINCTIONS: see iNaturalist #34208731
HOST: Calico Crab, Hepatus epheliticus (Linnaeus, 1763),
DISTINCTIONS: Walking crab[1] with a nearly round, white-to-tan carapace[2] decorated in large red blotches with dark margins. Claws broad and cover the crab’s “face” in a characteristic pose. Carapace width up to 7.6 cm (3 in).
LOCALITY: Cumberland Island, Georgia (USA)
DATE: 26 December 2012
PHOTOGRAPH: by Fred Whitehead, https://www.agefotostock.com/age/en/Stock-Images/Rights-Managed/AAM-AAES114856. Trade-marked photograph open access. Used here for Scientific confirmation only.
DATA: iNaturalist #34422946
COMMENTS: see our iNaturalist #34208731 for additional details about this barnacle.
IMPORTANCE: As far as we can determine, this represents a New Host Record.
OBSERVERS: Dr. Ernest H. Williams, Jr.,[3,4,6,7] and Dr. Lucy Bunkley-Williams[3,5,6,8]
AFILIATIONS, ADDRESSES: [3]Extraordinary Professors, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa; Adjunct Professors, Research Field Station, Florida Gulf Coast University, 5164 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34134; [4]Dept. Marine Sciences, University of Puerto Rico (retired); [5]Dept. Biology, UPR (retired); [6]920 St. Andrews Blvd, Naples, FL 34113-8943; [7]e-mail ermest.williams1@upr.edu; cell 239-227-3645, ORCID 0000-0003-0913-3013; [8]Cell 787-467-2179, e-mail lucy.williams1@upr.edu, ORCID 0000-0003-1390-911x.
REFERENCES: (also see iNaturalist #34208731, #34325071)
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. Bunkley-Williams. 2019a. New host record of the Symbiotic Acorn Barnacle, Chelonibia testudinaria (Linnaeus, 1758), on the Speckled Swimming Crab, Arenaeus cribrarius (Lamarck, 1818), off Dauphin Island, Alabama. iNaturalist, Research Quality Report #34208731, 11 October (open access) [433]
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. Bunkley-Williams. 2019b. Another Symbiotic Acorn Barnacle, Chelonibia testudinaria (Linnaeus, 1758), on the Speckled Swimming Crab, Arenaeus cribrarius (Lamark, 1818) at Sanibel Island, Florida (USA). Research Quality Report, iNaturalist #34325071, 13 October (open access) [434]
Williams, E. H., Jr. and L. Bunkley-Williams. 2019c. A New Host, Calico Crab, Hepatus epheliticus (Linnaeus, 1763), for the Symbiotic Acorn Barnacle, Chelonibia testudinaria (Linnaeus, 1758), at Cumberland Island, Georgia (USA). Research Quality Report, iNaturalist #34422946, 15 October (open access) [435]
FOOTNOTES:
[1]Hind (5th or last) leg, as previous legs and not paddle-shaped (as swimming crabs).
[2]Carapace = upper shell