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1. The fertilised eggs are released by rupture of the body wall which afterwards repairs itself.

2. The fertilised eggs hatch to release free-swimming vitellaria larvae.

3. This is because female crabs brood fertilised eggs on their pleopods.

4. fertilised eggs grow into diploid females and queens.

5. Male nurseryfish have a bony hook on their foreheads to carry fertilised eggs;

6. Other species are ovoviviparous and the fertilised eggs are retained in the mother's oviduct.

7. Fertilised eggs promptly sink to the bottom and into the gravel.

8. First cell divisions within fertilised eggs, ca. 0.3 mm diam.

9. The females then moult within a few days and deliver a clutch of fertilised eggs.

10. Each egg sac contains about 70 to 90 fertilised eggs.

11. The female carries the fertilised eggs with her until they hatch;

12. Fertilised eggs are affixed to the female's pleopods, situated on the underside of the tail.

13. The fertilised eggs and newly hatched larvae are planktonic.

14. The fertilised eggs are buried in gravel.

15. Water freezes into ice and fertilised eggs turn into babies.

16. The eggs and milt are released and the fertilised eggs sink to the bottom and adhere there.

17. Here it forms a sticky pad onto which the male presses the fertilised eggs.

18. the fertilised eggs float just below the water surface.

19. their fertilised eggs placed in the leaf lamina result in the Oyster gall.

20. The gravid proglottids are full of fertilised eggs.

21. Fertilised eggs develop into planula larvae.

22. The fertilised eggs develop into planula larvae which become polyps.

23. The fertilised eggs hatch in about 24 hours and the developing larvae are planktonic.

24. About twenty minutes later, she is ready to deposit her fertilised eggs.

25. Sperm is deposited there, and the fertilised eggs are brooded in the mantle cavity.

26. Nearby males then release sperm and the fertilised eggs rise to the surface of the water.

27. Superovulated fertilised eggs are collected at the single cell stage and cultured in vitro.

28. These mate and produce fertilised eggs.

29. Genetically, female wasp offspring are diploid and develop from fertilised eggs.

30. The male carries the fertilised eggs in a brood pouch located under his tail.