BIOTIC Species Information for Tubularia indivisa
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Researched byDr Paul Somerfield & Prof. Richard Warwick Data supplied byPML
Refereed byThis information is not refereed
Reproduction/Life History
Reproductive typeGonochoristic
Developmental mechanismBrooding
Reproductive SeasonAll year Reproductive LocationAs adult
Reproductive frequencyAnnual protracted Regeneration potential Yes
Life span1 year Age at reproductive maturity<1 year
Generation timeNot researched Fecundity>100 gonomedusae per polyp
Egg/propagule sizeInsufficient information Fertilization typeExternal
Larvae/Juveniles
Larval/Juvenile dispersal potentialNot researched Larval settlement periodGreatest in spring (April to June)
Duration of larval stageNot relevant   
Reproduction Preferences Additional Information
Reproduction References Fish & Fish, 1996, Miller, 1976,
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