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peter w.

perhaps the bedelloid rotifers might fit your profile? bdelloid rotifers reproduce by parthenogenesis. oogenesis proceeds via two mitotic divisions. meiosis is absent, and therefore there is no stage during which chromosome reduction occurs; i.e. no haploid stage.

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