Sexual and asexual reproduction are common among cnidarians, and there are many species that can reproduce via both methods. Asexual reproduction occurs by cloning and includes budding, fragmentation, and fission. Sexual reproduction occurs by external fertilization when adults – which are usually gonochoric (separate sexes), though some taxa are hermaphroditic – spawn gametes into the water. (Ruppert, Fox, & Barnes 2004)
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