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Oocyte meiotic maturation is a critical process for sexually reproducing animals, and its core cytoplasmic regulators are highly conserved between species. In contrast, the few known Maturation Inducing Hormones (MIHs) that act on oocytes to initiate this process have highly variable molecular natures. Using the hydrozoan jellyfish species Clytia and Cladonema, which undergo oocyte maturation in response to dark-light and light-dark transitions respectively, we deduced from gonad transcriptomedoi:10.1101/140160 fatcat:ectt2qb7bzh7vjp6bqwt3s47yy