brood pouch


noun
  1. a pouch or cavity in certain animals, such as frogs and fishes, in which their eggs develop and hatch

  2. another name for marsupium

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How to use brood pouch in a sentence

  • In Cucumaria lvigata there is a brood-pouch, while in Synapta viviparia the young develop in the body-cavity.

    The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide | Augusta Foote Arnold
  • Later it becomes a female, develops a brood-pouch, and produces eggs.

    The Life of Crustacea | William Thomas Calman
  • The summer eggs are carried by the female in a “brood-pouch” on the back.

  • This brood-pouch is formed by a series of overlapping plates attached to the bases of the thoracic limbs.

    The Life of Crustacea | William Thomas Calman
  • The eggs are carried in a brood-pouch under the back of the carapace, and in this the embryos undergo their development.

    The Life of Crustacea | William Thomas Calman