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Both male and female reproductive organs in a single individual (animals) or flower (plants) (Lincoln et al., 1998). +
Lincoln, R., Boxshall, G. & Clark, P., 1998. A dictionary of ecology, evolution and systematics (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University of Press. +
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