Talking about identical twins, triplets, etc. I'm curious which types of species are able produce genetically identical offspring. Let's limit the scope to species that reproduce sexually and instances where the offspring differ genetically from the parents but are identical to that of at least one of their siblings. Are there phyla, classes, et cetera that do not ever produce identical twins? Kingdoms? Are there cases of plants producing genetically identical offspring?
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