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OBSERVATIONS ON MATING OF MULTIPAROUS CHIONOECETES BAIRDI RATHBUN (DECAPODA: MAJIDAE) HELD WITH DIFFERENT SIZES OF MALES AND ONE-CLAWED MALES

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ABSTRACT Multiparous Chionoecetes bairdi that were ready to ovulate did not copulate if they were isolated with males <114-mm carapace width (CW). All multiparous females held with 2-clawed males >115-mm CW copulated before egg extrusion. When ripe multiparous females were held with 1-clawed males >137-mm CW, 7 of 9 test males copulated. The other females used stored sperm to fertilize eggs or copulated with another 2-clawed male before extruding eggs.

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2016-12-10

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