From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
Goose-neck barnacle (Pollicipes polymerus), the pelagic goose neck barnacle is usually not found attached to rocks and other solid structures exposed to severe pounding by the surf, but rather is found attached to jetsam and flotsam that has floated in from the open ocean. Another species in our region, even more pelagic, is Scalpellum columbianum, which is made up of more plates and has some small plates on the stalk, and the fascinating Lepas fascicularis, which makes its own float around a tiny floating object.
- WoRMS Page for Lepas anatifera
- Search Arctos Database for Lepas anatifera (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Lepas anatifera (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Lepas anatifera
- iNaturalist Observations for Lepas anatifera in Southeast Alaska