Although development is presumed to be ovoviviparous
, nothing else is known of its reproduction.
The analysis of natural crab pits, simulated pits, and bottom sediment traps at Tom's Cove clearly showed that dispersal plays an important role in regulating the local distribution and abundance of the ovoviviparous
bivalve Gemma gemma.
. The male is not found in host's body (Nickle 1967, Massey 1974, Siddiqi 2000).
Diaspidid scale insects reproduce both sexually and asexually, while some species are oviparous, ovoviviparous
and viviparous (Koteja, 1990a).
Reproductive cycle of the ovoviviparous
iguanid lizard Sceloporus jarrovi Cope.
The presence of embryos or larvae within the inner hemibranches demonstrates the ovoviviparous
condition of M.
medinensis is ovoviviparous
with larvae developing within eggs that remain within the female until they hatch (larvae are provided with a sheltered environment).
Sebastes capensis is an ovoviviparous
species that inhabits the waters over the continental shelf between 20 and 200 m in depth (Pequeno, 2000).
Paracamallanus cyathopharynx is an ovoviviparous
camallanid nematode whose larvae are liberated into the gut of the host and pass out with the faeces (Moravec 1974).
A term applied to insects that do not lay eggs but whose young develop inside the female.
They have generally been regarded as classic examples of ovoviviparous
fishes; however, recent studies have suggested that developing young use exogenous energy prior to birth (Boehlert and Yoklavich, 1984).
It is multivolatine, highly fecundative (Hameed et al.,2012; Kedar et al., 2013), invasive insect pest possessing ovoviviparous
reproduction and covered with waxy layer (Hodgson et al., 2008; Aheer et al.,2009) that makes pest control much difficult.