Direct attachment of eggs to the body wall in the externally brooding sea anemone Cnidopus japonicus (Actiniaria; Actiniidae) View Full Text


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DATE

2003-04

AUTHORS

Masachika Ishimura, Moritaka Nishihira

ABSTRACT

. The externally brooding sea anemone Cnidopus japonicus (Verrill) inhabits boulder shores between the mid-intertidal and shallow subtidal zones of Mutsu Bay, northern Japan. The anemones usually adhere to the side and under-surfaces of boulders. These anemones keep offspring on the middle part of their body wall during the breeding season. Our observations of spawning behavior in an aquarium revealed that this anemone lays eggs through an elongated oral margin and directly attaches the eggs to its body wall, while making a circular groove on the column. The anemone rotates its elongated oral margin around its body trunk several times and arranges eggs in the circular brooding groove. This behavior suggests that mother anemones, regardless of their attachment position on substrata, are able to attach their offspring effectively to their body wall. More... »

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93-99

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10164-002-0079-2

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