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PROTANDROUS HERMAPHRODITES AMONG THE LYSIANASSOID AMPHIPODA

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ABSTRACT Protandric hermaphroditism among the conicostomatid lysianassoids is documented from morphometric and histological evidence. Acontiostoma marionis is shown to have small primary and secondary males and large females which retain penial processes. Stomacontion pungapunga, A. tuberculata, Scolopostoma prionoplax, Ocosingo borlus, and possibly O. fenwicki are also protandrous hermaphrodites.

10.1163/193724086X00541
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2017-10-22

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