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Title: Eugymnanthea japonica (Hydrozoa, Eirenidae) spawns by illumination of red light
Authors: Kubota, Shin
Author's alias: 久保田, 信
Keywords: bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoan
red light
Issue Date: 20-Sep-2015
Publisher: Biogeographical Society of Japan(日本生物地理学会)
Journal title: Biogeography
Volume: 17
Start page: 87
End page: 89
Abstract: Ephemeral mature medusa of a bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoan Eugymnanthea japonica Kubota (Eirenidae) can be spawning even under the illumination of red light as well as room light. Spawning is induced also by both blue and yellow light.
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