2008), and gonadosomatic indices (Taylor and Villoso, 1994) have delineated weakfish as iteroparous
nocturnal spawners, generally commencing reproductive behavior around the evening crepuscular period.
Their range expansion is in part due to the relatively constant water-conditions within many springfed systems in Texas (Brune, 1981; Hubbs, 2001) and because they are relatively long-lived, iteroparous
, and parthenogenetic, allowing them to rapidly populate an area (Rader et al.
The population dynamics of Crassostrea virginica in the Gulf of Mexico have many r-selected attributes, even though the species is iteroparous
Evolutionary change in flowering phenology in the iteroparous
herb Beta vulgaris ssp.
1984 Reproductive effort and terminal investment in iteroparous
Maternal egg-guarding is a costly behavioral strategy for iteroparous
arthropods because it reduces lifetime fecundity by increasing the risk of death from predation and reducing foraging opportunities for guarding females during the long periods of care (Tallamy & Brown 1999; see also Buzatto et al.
plasticity in an iteroparous
plant: the interactive effects of genotype,