(last updated 20160225)

[1] Ryota Hayashi Kazuki Tsuji 
Spatial distribution of turtle barnacles on the green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas.
Ecological Research, 23(1), 121-125. 2008. (cited by 16 papers)

[2] Ryota Hayashi *
New host records of the turtle barnacle, Cylindrolepas sinica: a case study of sea turtle's behavior and their epibionts.
Marine Biodiversity Records, 2, e165, 1-4. doi:10.1017/S1755267209990947, December 2009. 
(cited by 5 papers)
[3] Yukiko Sakai, Ryota Hayashi, Kouichi Murata, Tadasu K. Yamada, and Mitsuhiko Asakawa *
Records of barnacle, Xenobalanus globicipitis Steenstrup, 1851 and whale lice, Cyamus sp. from a wild killer whale captured in the western North Pacific, off Kii Peninsula, Japan. 
Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 14(1), 81-84. 2009. 
(cited by 5 papers)

[4] Ryota Hayashi *, Shunichi Takuma, Tomoko Narazaki  and Katsufumi Sato
Chelonia mydas agassizii (Black [Pacific] sea turtle). Epibiont barnacles.
Herpetological Review, 42(2), 264-265. 2011
(cited by 4 papers)

[5] Benny K.K. Chan * & Ryota Hayashi 
Epibiotic barnacles (Crustacea: Cirripedia) collected in the Kumejima 2009 expedition, with descriptions of two new species.
 3367, 21-48. 
(cited by 2 papers)

[6] Ryota Hayashi *
Atlas of the barnacles on marine vertebrates in Japanese waters including taxonomical review of superfamily Coronuloidea (Cirripedia: Thoracica). 
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(1), 107-127. 2012. 
(cited by 13 papers)

[7] Ryota Hayashi *
A checklist of the turtle and whale barnacles (Cirripedia: Thoracica: Coronuloidea).
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 93(1), 143-182. 2013. 
(cited by 13 papers)

[8] Takuho Shuto & Ryota Hayashi * (contributed equally)
Floating castles in offshore waters: the barnacles of two giant Fish Aggregation Devices from off Okinawa, Japan.
Landscape and Ecological Engineering
, 9(1), 157-163, 2013. 
cited by 1 paper

Ryota Hayashi, Chan BKK, Simon-Blecher N, Watanabe H, Guy-Haim T, Yonezawa T, Levy Y, Shuto T, Achituv Y.
Phylogenetic position and evolutionary history of the turtle and whale brnacles (Cirripedia: Balanomorpha: Coronuloidea). 
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
 67(1), 9-14, 2013. 
(cited by 7 papers)
Ryota Hayashi
Intraspecific variation in the turtle barnacle, Cylindrolepas sinica Ren, 1980 (Cirripedia: Thoracica: Coronuloidea) with brief notes on the habitat selectivity. 
ZooKeys, 327, 35–42, 2013.

Ryota Hayashi
Past biodiversity: Historical Japanese illustrations document the distribution of whales and their epibiotic barnacles.
Ecological Indicators 45, 687–691. 2014. 

[12] Ryota Hayashi
 * &
 Hideaki Nishizawa
Body size distribution demonstrates flexible habitat shift of green turtle (Chelonia mydas). 
Global Ecology and Conservation3, 115-120. 2015. 
(cited by 2 papers)

[13] Ryota Hayashi
 & Benny K.K. Chan
New records and redescription of the Tetraclitid barnacle Tesseropora alba (Cirripedia: Thoracica: Tetraclitoidea) in the Pacific waters of Taiwan and Okinawa. 
Species Diversity, 20(2), 183-189. 2015.

Ryota Hayashi
A long-distance record of a recaptured green turtle (Chelonia mydas) from Okinawa.
Fauna Ryukyuana, 16, 5-7.

[15] Takefumi Yorisue
Ryota Hayashi
, Shinichiro Ikeguchi
Distribution and orientation pattern of a pedunculate barnacle Conchoderma sp. on a swimming crab Portunus trituberculatus
Crustaceana, in press. 

Ryota Hayashi
First documentation of the barnacle Fistulobalanus albicostatus (Cirripedia: Balanomorpha) as an epibiont of loggerhead sea turtle Caretta caretta
Marine Biodiversity, in press.

[in Japanese]

[1] Ryota Hayashi
Introduction to the whale barnacles
Isana、46, 32-39. 2007. 
[2] Ryota Hayashi 
The commensal barnacles (Cirripidia; Thoracica; Coronuloidea) attached on marine vertebrates in the Japanese waters
Umigame Newsletter of Japan. 81, 2-17. 2009 PDF 

[in preparation]

Ryota Hayashi (revision)
Life on the back of a turtle: Implications for the translocation and mating opportunity of turtle barnacles.

Ryota Hayashi, Yoko Yasuda (revision)
I-Kame’: The transpacific migration of the black turtle Chelonia mydas agassigii Bocourt; 1868 recorded in the Japanese historical monograph.