The ovaries produce eggs
the male releases the sperm and then the female releases her eggs.
Well, Their sperm joins with the eggs outside of their bodies. The female releases her eggs into the water. The male then releases his sperm and the gametes join. The female has fertilised her eggs tada hope this was helpful. :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) BYE BYE
Fish typically fertilize their eggs outside of their bodies. First the female releases her eggs, then the male releases the sperm over the eggs so that it lands on them and fertilizes them.
It releases eggs and sperm into the surrounding seawater.
They lay eggs. But the male crab inserts his sperm into the gonophores, and the female releases eggs. For the eggs to get fertilized by the male, there has to be saltwater.
It releases spermicide into the uterus to keep sperm from fertilizing eggs.
No. the female releases unfertilised eggs that are then fertilised by the male.
The male inserts his 'gonopodium' into the females 'cloaca' and releases his milt (sperm). Her 'ova' (eggs) are then fertilised internally.
During spawning the coral releases both eggs and sperm into the water at the same time. Fertilization occurs in the water.