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The sexes are separate and are easily recognized during the breeding season. The ripe gonads are very extensive and surround the visceral mass just above the foot; in mature females, they are chocolate brown in color, in males they are yellow.


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© Donald P. Costello and Catherine Henley

Source: Biodiversity Literature Datasets

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