Re: Tarantula and Tit'xka Anatomy
|From:||Sheets, Jeff <jsheets@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 5, 1999, 14:57|
> Sheets, Jeff wrote:
> > The following terms are used to describe the anatomy and nature of
> > tarantulas (and many other spiders) and Tit'xka. When the Tit'xka have
> > words describing the word in question, it is written in parentheses,
> > the phonetic pronounciation in square brackets.
> Wow! You really did some research :)
> So are the Tit'xka mothers hermaphroditic?
>Tit'xka Mothers are hermaphroditic, possessing both male and female
genitalia. All other Tit'xka are biologically asexual, incapable of
reproduction, and most clans have completely lost all remnants of genitalia
in the non-mothers.