BIOTIC Species Information for Neopentadactyla mixta
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Researched byAngus Jackson Data supplied byMarLIN
Refereed byDr Andrew C. Campbell
Reproduction/Life History
Reproductive typeInsufficient information
Developmental mechanismInsufficient information
Reproductive SeasonInsufficient information Reproductive LocationInsufficient information
Reproductive frequencyInsufficient information Regeneration potential No
Life spanInsufficient information Age at reproductive maturityInsufficient information
Generation timeInsufficient information FecundityInsufficient information
Egg/propagule sizeInsufficient information Fertilization typeInsufficient information
Larvae/Juveniles
Larval/Juvenile dispersal potentialInsufficient information Larval settlement periodInsufficient information
Duration of larval stageInsufficient information   
Reproduction Preferences Additional InformationNo information has been found in relation to longevity or reproduction. Breeding is presumed to occur between April and September when the population is at the substratum surface. Most holothurians are gonochoristic and are broadcast spawners (although some species brood their larvae). The larvae of some species show planktotrophy, others lecithotrophy, some direct development, others indirect.
Reproduction References
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