Poecilogony

Bruno Pernet pernet at fhl.washington.edu
Wed Jul 21 17:18:43 EST 1999



Glenys Gibson describes various forms of poecilogonous development in 
the spionid Boccardia proboscidea in this paper:  

Gibson, G.D. 1997. Variable development in the spionid Boccardia 
proboscidea is linked to nurse egg production and larval trophic mode. 
Invertebrate Biology 116(3):213-226.   

In that paper she cites several other instances of polychaete poecilogony, 
mainly in spionids, including work on Streblospio benedicti by Lisa Levin.  

Bruno Pernet
pernet at fhl.washington.edu


On Wed, 21 Jul 1999, Nerida Wilson wrote:

> I was wondering if anyone had any neat examples of poecilogony that 
> they could put me on to.  Professor Jamieson recalls one example in 
> Streblospio benedicti but we can't find the reference for it.  Any 
> information would help  
> 
> Thanks
> Nerida


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