The eggs are fertilized in the water column after the males release sperm.
She will selectively release sperm for the remaining 2-7 years of her life.
Soon after they have released their eggs or sperm, they die.
The clamworms are then capable of releasing eggs and sperm.
After they have released their egg or sperm, they die.
During breeding the male releases sperm and the female siphons it from the water.
The male is fertilizing the eggs during this time by releasing sperm into the water.
At the highest point of their swim they release the eggs and sperm before descending back.
Once your body makes testosterone, it can release sperm.
There she sheds her eggs and the males release sperm.