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Egg Pouches and Other Reproductive Structures in Pelagic Chaetognatha
|Title:||Egg Pouches and Other Reproductive Structures in Pelagic Chaetognatha|
|Issue Date:||Oct 1968|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Alvarino A. 1968. Egg pouches and other reproductive structures in Pelagic Chaetognatha. Pac Sci 22(4): 488-492.|
|Abstract:||Some specimens of Eukrohnia bathyantarctica David from the collections
obtained by the United States Antarctic Research Program were observed
which had marsupial sacs full of eggs, and hanging from the opening of the oviducts.
The eggs in the sacs, in various specimens, appeared at different stages of
development, from the gastrular stage up to the eclosion of the larvae.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 22, Number 4, 1968|
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