BIOTIC Species Information for Pisidia longicornis
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Researched byLizzie Tyler Data supplied byUniversity of Sheffield
Refereed byThis information is not refereed.
Reproduction/Life History
Reproductive typeGonochoristic
Developmental mechanismPlanktotrophic
Reproductive SeasonMarch to August Reproductive LocationInsufficient information
Reproductive frequencyAnnual episodic Regeneration potential No
Life span3-5 years Age at reproductive maturity
Generation timeInsufficient information Fecundity
Egg/propagule size Fertilization typeInsufficient information
Larvae/Juveniles
Larval/Juvenile dispersal potential>10km Larval settlement periodInsufficient information
Duration of larval stage1-2 months   
Reproduction Preferences Additional InformationIngle (1997) indicates that eggs are present from March to August in southern England and from February to September in the Mediterranean.
Reproduction References Ingle, 1997, Smaldon, 1972, Robinson & Tully, 2000, Robinson & Tully, 2000b, Julie Bremner, unpub data,
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