Blistering Barnacles: An A-Z of The Rants, Rambles and Rages of Captain Haddock: Celebrating 80 years of Hergé’s beloved comic character from Tintin: ... Illustrated Mystery Adventure Series
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Etterbeek town hall officials said they were deeply proud of Hergé, who was born in the municipality and lived there for 20 years. Michael Farr discovered Tintin at the age of four. Sixty-odd years later, after a career spent – like his boyhood hero – as a foreign reporter, he is a top Tintinologist, speaking at Tintin conferences around the globe, where aficionados gather for talks on such topics as Gender (Re)presentation in The Adventures of Tintin, or Tintin and the European Identity. Chan, Benny K. K.; Dreyer, Niklas; Gale, Andy S.; Glenner, Henrik; etal. (2021). "The evolutionary diversity of barnacles, with an updated classification of fossil and living forms". Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 193 (3): 789–846. doi: 10.1093/zoolinnean/zlaa160.
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Barnacles were originally classified by Linnaeus and Cuvier as Mollusca, but in 1830 John Vaughan Thompson published observations showing the metamorphosis of the nauplius and cypris larvae into adult barnacles, and noted how these larvae were similar to those of crustaceans. In 1834 Hermann Burmeister published further information, reinterpreting these findings. The effect was to move barnacles from the phylum of Mollusca to Articulata, showing naturalists that detailed study was needed to reevaluate their taxonomy.  Originally compiled by Jesper Jühne, and expanded by Irene Mar. Contributions from Gustav Gullberg, Olivia Bloch, Matthew Vernon, Ishaan, Som, Neal Austin Bhandarkar, Bryan Woolfolk, Rinya Singh, Ed Shoemaker, Captain Chester (and brother), Georgia, cooldude123, zaveri_tintin, Joe Gooden, Sheldon Serrao, Christopher Damon, X, rishabh, Nicholas Walker, Michael Grover, Manoj Balraj, Sunday (sundaymarch1056), Vincent Thieu, Ivan Hanigan, Lukas (Zonater) Rizvi, David Arnson, Robert L Stewart, Nathan Everett, Tolkuna Salieva, Claudia Pramiasti, and Gopal Balasubramanian. The bare plinth in Etterbeek’s Place de Theux after the bust of Tintin author Hergé was removed. Photograph: Lisa O'Carroll/The GuardianTo develop into adults, barnacles must fix onto a hard surface, such as a whale or a ship’s hull (Image: Jaime Franch Wildlife Photo / Alamy)