quadrupeds have hard skin, not because their earthy material is redirected, but because of their hard scales.
Development is oviparous
and egg cases are smooth-surfaced, translucent, greenish with indistinct bands of lighter color, measuring about 5.5 cm (2 in) long by 1.3 cm (0.5 in) wide.
Phenotypic plasticity in the reproductive characteristics of an oviparous
snake, Elaphe guttata: implications for life history studies.
It includes viviparous and oviparous
species, with some oviparous
Ovarian fluid is slightly viscous fluid found in the gonad cavity of oviparous
fishes after ovulation.
Folliculogenesis and ovarian histology of the oviparous
gecko, Hemidactylus mabouia (Sauria: Gekkonidae).
Chemical composition and structure of the eggshell of three oviparous
By contrast, Ostrea chilensis is a larviparous protandric hermaphrodite that first achieves sexual maturity as a male, but subsequently the majority of individuals produce both male and female gametes, a feature commonly observed in other oviparous
ostreids (Buroker et al.
Stevens (1987) noted that females lay 10-16 eggs (meaning the species is oviparous
) from late July to early October, favouring traditional sites.
A survey of the literature revealed no apparent correlation with host defense status (Chanas and Pawlik, 1995; Pawlik et al., 1995), with reproductive mode (oviparous
Atlas of the Oviparous
Cyprinodontiform fishes of the World, Vol.
bedriagai is a nocturnal, insectivorous, and oviparous
lizard distributed in the northern and eastern desert basins of the Central Plateau of Iran, Sistan, and the desert regions of southern Afghanistan as far east as Kandahar.