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Mala`s Insights: Gestational Development. Part 1 of 3


It is commonly known or believed perhaps  that Chaurus eggs are usually found in clusters, and some hatch others are duds..

Over the course of several months, I have studied the Chaurus, their habits, and more importantly their reproductive habits. 

This volume is dedicated to the "volunteers" without which, this would not be possible.

Anatomy: 

The common anatomy of the reproductive organs of  the Chaurus resemble almost more of a tube, as opposed to a more penis shape commonly seen in other mammals. Running with this tube, is a much smaller tube, that often goes unnoticed.  Both the primary and secondary tube seem to serve a few functions which I will get into in detail.

Exterior:

The primary tube delivers the eggs, nutrients, for said eggs.  This has been observed countless times both in manually stimulating a captive chaurus, and dissecting humanoids that have died after "natural" insemination" during the ejaculatory stage, muscles push the eggs and nutrients out, in a rhythmic fashion - think heartbeat, or drum.. Thud...thud...thud...

The secondary tube, given that at this time, birth happens only from the uterus in female humanoids, the exact role of this tube is slightly unclear.  Upon dissection of inseminated female subjects, the tubes leading to the uterus, were largely dilated and assuming previous works on humanoid anatomy- were filled with a different substance never seen in any document cases of usual humanoid / humanoid conception.  The nodules containing this liquid, as well as the tubes themselves were quite swollen and in some case ruptured.  The liquid appears to be a slightly darker or greyer color than the chaurus semen (which is a very thick, thicker than honey type substance, usually white as snow).  What is not known, is does this secondary tube actually secrete a fluid, air, or both. For reasons elaborated on later- I will suggest the answer is "both."  Shortly after the thud thud thud, the subjects reported feeling like something was "burrowing" "flailing" around, and was generally called "painful"  then, at some point  the burrowing stopped- followed by a quick, but powerful stream.  Watch one of those drunkards outside the inn pissing against the wall..  so, something was expelled quickly and with force.

Interior:

The interior portions of the chaurus, are in many ways a cross between what we  would find in male and female humanoids.  In this case, what resembles the uterus, houses mostly what we believe are unfertilized eggs, which then becomes the exterior tube, aka "penis."  Subsequent sacks- resembling the sacks in humanoid males that hold semen - seem to all connect to the smaller tube that runs down the primary tube.  Also, some of these almost appear to be pockets of air..  Without the ability to tell what is air and not air, it is difficult to be 100% certain, but it does seem that there are infact pockets of air, which serve to propel the liquid down the secondary tube.

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Wont be any pictures, unless some artistically minded person would like to draw a few for this blog.. I have a idea in mind for the "look and feel" of them...

ever seen Alien Covenant and the drawings david did?    That type of aesthetic is what im looking for..

Pictures of the vagina/uterus  in various stages... with primary/secondary tubes doing their thing, pictures of the umbilical, etc...  think more "anatomy text book" and less "erotica"

Also, I tried to keep things consistent with the "fantasy aesthetic"  vs the "sci fi/futuristic"  so therefore, I made some deliberate word choices, etc..

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If host incubation is necessary then the condition of the egg piles out in the open is not suitable for hatching, which suggests chaurus constantly produce eggs and the ones in piles are the non fertilized extras that could possibly used as nutrition for larvae if a corpse was not available, a corpse filled with non fertilized eggs would most likely be the ideal for the hatchlings as they would be somewhat protected from the elements burrowed inside the corpse.
Here you bring up examples of female chaurus ovipositing eggs into female hosts. Side note: a scientific journal would note them as ovipositors not a "penis".
 

The ovipositor is a tube-like organ used by some animals, especially insects for the laying of eggs. In insects, an ovipositor consists of a maximum of three pairs of appendages. The details and morphology of the ovipositor vary, but typically its form is adapted to functions such as preparing a place for the egg, transmitting the egg, and then placing it properly. For insects, the organ is used merely to attach the egg to some surface, but for many parasitic species (primarily in wasps and other Hymenoptera), it is a piercing organ as well.

Some ovipositors only retract partly when not in use, and the basal part that sticks out is known as the scape, or more specifically oviscape, the word scape deriving from the Latin word scāpus, meaning "stalk" or "shaft".


Something you dont mention is how the eggs are fertilized? Is it done internally or externally? A male fertilizing the eggs inside a female chaurus (internal fertilization) or the ones placed into a female host? (technically external fertilization) possibly Parthenogenesis where the offspring are clones of the mother or Autogamy like flatworms or plants where self-fertilization occurs in hermaphroditic organisms.

 

Insects in different groups, including the Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) and the Hymenoptera (ants, bees, and wasps) practise delayed fertilisation. Among the Odonata, females may mate with multiple males, and store sperm until the eggs are laid. The male may hover above the female during egg-laying (oviposition) to prevent her from mating with other males and replacing his sperm; in some groups such as the darters, the male continues to grasp the female with his claspers during egg-laying, the pair flying around in tandem.[30] Among social Hymenoptera, honeybee queens mate only on mating flights, in a short period lasting some days; a queen may mate with eight or more drones. She then stores the sperm for the rest of her life, perhaps for five years or more.[31][32]

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1 hour ago, Phant0mThund3r said:

If host incubation is necessary then the condition of the egg piles out in the open is not suitable for hatching, which suggests chaurus constantly produce eggs and the ones in piles are the non fertilized extras that could possibly used as nutrition for larvae if a corpse was not available, a corpse filled with non fertilized eggs would most likely be the ideal for the hatchlings as they would be somewhat protected from the elements burrowed inside the corpse.
Here you bring up examples of female chaurus ovipositing eggs into female hosts. Side note: a scientific journal would note them as ovipositors not a "penis".

Something you dont mention is how the eggs are fertilized? Is it done internally or externally? A male fertilizing the eggs inside a female chaurus (internal fertilization) or the ones placed into a female host? (technically external fertilization) possibly Parthenogenesis where the offspring are clones of the mother or Autogamy like flatworms or plants where self-fertilization occurs in hermaphroditic organisms.]


So, you raise several valid points, and perhaps I wasn't clear enough, but from a big picture wise  thanks for bringing it to my attention-   My take on a science journal here operates under a few conditions or assumptions:

1) i'm not attempting to write a modern science article, or paper - example pubmed/nature/astrophysical journal.  (Honestly, even if I applied to same level of critique and care to my blog writing here as i do in real life- science journals are beyond me my writing abilities).

2) I'm trying to place myself, in the mind of a somewhat educated NPC in skyrim, using the terminology, tools, and methods available to them (in addition to the freaky beastiality stuff which is pure fantasy). 

3) the exact mechanisms of egg fertilization being unknown- see,   again placing myself in my perception of a skyrim npc,  I'm not sure what would be the average education if you took the educated in skyrim would be..  And I feel like if i get to accurate  - "fallopian tubes, ovipositor, hermaphrodites, quantum mechanics, black holes, a egg and sperm"  that might go beyond?   Like- microscopes? petri dishes? centrifuges for blood, I feel is "beyond" skyrim, I mean as far as I know - folk in skyrim might be doing well to know "penis in vagina until fluid comes out == baby"  and even the most educated might not really know anything about conception chances as it relates to______  .. also, not sure that skyrim npcs would know "male contribution == sperm, female == egg"


Perhaps I should of clarified, or use a different term altogether?   At Least that's kind of how i was attempting to approach it?

SO- on to the - how eggs are fertilized in chaurus, egg clusters on the ground, etc -  three things with that:

A) I am leaving some stuff vague (like hermaphrodite, parthenogenesis, etc) but also pointing or suggesting them.  The vagueness is meant to a1) encourage further study, a2) also point without naming names- to the ideas of parthenogenesis being one potential or  a3) allowing the second tube to serve a more clear function..  maybe  when the second tube pokes down the fallopian tubes and ejaculates <unknown>  the <unknown ejaculate> + <usual human female unknown> == "sperm"?

B) in my mind (but not officially in my headcannon yet) the vast majority of egg clusters are infertile eggs..  some hatch, but a far greater percentage of human incubated eggs hatch...   I also haven't settled on what tipped off this inquiry into all this.

C) , "what would a average traveling student/ practitioner of ____" in skyrim be able to deduce with what they carry? see above essentially :)


To those ends, I kind of think any "contradictions" within my writing might help with keeping the kind of "mixutre of wonky ideas and decent scientific findings"

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