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Since M. citrina is viviparous and releases larvae instead of eggs, there is little reason for this mistake in identification. The animals are hermaphroditic.

Probably there is no fixed season. Individuals over 12 mm. in length seem to breed continuously (Berrill, 1931).

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Source: Biodiversity Literature Datasets

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