[Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 1907-1910—No. 19.] Diagnoses of new barnacles from the Philippine Archipelago and China Sea

Henry A. Pilsbry
1912 Proceedings of the United States National Museum  
Albatross Phili]>pine cruise are ]Hiblishcd in advance of the final report on the collection. ALEPAS NAVIGATOR, new species. Type-specimen.-C&t. No. 38698, U.S.N.M. Type-locality.-Nogas Point, Panay, surface, on a large Discomedusa. Capitulum large, with, well calcified, sharply defined scuta, in form of a band along the occludent margin, with a wide diverging ascending branch above. First cirrus with two basal appendages, the other cirri with one, except cirri ii and vi, which have none.
more » ... ch have none. Length of capitulum, 30 mm.; greatest width of capitulum, 24; length of peduncle, 25; diameter of peduncle in middle, 7; length of aperture, 16; and length of scutum, 1 2 . ALEPAS SPECTRUM, new species.
doi:10.5479/si.00963801.1904.291 fatcat:vbxvenu2c5gahhbwzxcb63ujsi