Evolution of poecilogony and the biogeography of North American populations of the polychaete Streblospio.

Abstract

Invertebrate interspecific developmental patterns can be highly variable and, taxonomically, are considered only weakly constrained. Intraspecifically, some invertebrate species possess multiple developmental modes-a condition known as poecilogony. Closer examination of most putative poecilogenous species, however, has not supported poecilogony, but rather… (More)

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@article{Schulze2000EvolutionOP, title={Evolution of poecilogony and the biogeography of North American populations of the polychaete Streblospio.}, author={Stefan R. Schulze and Scott A Rice and Joseph L. Simon and Stephen A. Karl}, journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution}, year={2000}, volume={54 4}, pages={1247-59} }