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- Schwartz, Kit, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Marine biology 2019 v.166 no.6 pp. 69
- Asterinidae; air; air temperature; asexual reproduction; autumn; corals; demography; habitats; juveniles; larvae; life history; morphs; sexual reproduction; summer; trees; vegetative propagation; water temperature; winter; Great Barrier Reef
- ... Sea stars of the family Asterinidae are well known for their diverse life history strategies encompassing sexual reproduction through various larval forms, while others, all multi-armed species, through clonal asexual reproduction. For at least 25 years, a geographically isolated population of the minute (radius < 7 mm) tropical Pacific fissiparous asterinid, Ailsastra heteractis, has been locally ...