Variable modes of larval development in the Polydora cornuta complex (Polychaeta: Spionidae) are directly related to stored sperm availability

@inproceedings{Rice2009VariableMO,
  title={Variable modes of larval development in the Polydora cornuta complex (Polychaeta: Spionidae) are directly related to stored sperm availability},
  author={Stanley A. Rice and Katherine Rice},
  year={2009}
}
Reproductive crosses between geographically separated populations of the nominal species, Polydora cornuta , support the hypothesis that the Florida/ Gulf of Mexico populations represent a single, potentially interbreeding lineage that is reproductively isolated from West Coast (California) and East Coast (Carolinas to Maine) populations. Previous research has indicated that California populations are reproductively compatible with worms from North Carolina but reproductively isolated from… CONTINUE READING

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