An Assessment of Poecilogony in Marine Invertebrates: Phenomenon or Fantasy?

@article{Hoagland1988AnAO,
  title={An Assessment of Poecilogony in Marine Invertebrates: Phenomenon or Fantasy?},
  author={K. Hoagland and R. Robertson},
  journal={The Biological Bulletin},
  year={1988},
  volume={174},
  pages={109-125}
}
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 described involve planktotrophic and non-planktotrophic development in allopatric populations, or instances of planktonic larval stages and benthic juveniles being found together, but not associated with adults. There is always the possibility of mis-assignment of larvae to adults of the wrong species. Most… Expand
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