hatcher

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hatch +‎ -er

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hatcher (plural hatchers)

  1. One who hatches (transitive senses)
  2. One who hatches (intransitive senses)
    • 1989, Bart Thomas De Stasio, Dormancy and egg banks of freshwater zooplankton: structure and dynamics
      Under these conditions the late-hatching strategy quickly went extinct, usually within 10 years. With no difference in survivorship between hatching early and late, the early hatchers that survive each produce 20 offspring []

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