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An Assessment of Poecilogony in Marine Invertebrates: Phenomenon or Fantasy?
Poecilogony, defined as more than one mode of reproduction within a single species, has been reported in various invertebrates, including mollusks and polychaetes. Many cases that have been describedExpand
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The edible West Indian “whelk” Cittarium pica (Gastropoda: Trochidae): Natural history with new observations
Abstract Cittarium pica (Linnaeus, 1758) is the third most important marine invertebrate species eaten by man in the West Indies. Information on it is widely scattered and is newly reviewed here,Expand
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SPERMATOPHORES OF SIX EASTERN NORTH AMERICAN PYRAMIDELLID GASTROPODS AND THEIR SYSTEMATIC SIGNIFICANCE (WITH THE NEW GENUS BOONEA)
1. Six east North American odostomioid species (Gastropoda: Pyramidellidae) are shown to have spermatophores that are species-specific in structure and position. The spermatophores of BooneaExpand
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In vivo affinity of diaminoacridines for nuclei
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The Family Phasianellidae in the Western Atlantic
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Taxonomic occurrences of gastropod spermatozeugmata and non-stylommatophoran spermatophores updated
Spermatozeugmata, not to be confused with spermatophores, that also transfer sperm, are compound structures (parasperms with attached eusperms) known only in certain “mesogastropods”: Loxonematoidea?Expand
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