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Reproductive behavior of the goby parioglossus taeniatus



Reproductive behavior of the goby parioglossus taeniatus



Memoirs of Faculty of Fisheries Kagoshima University 30: 247-256



Reproduction of P. taeniatus (Regan) obtained from Ishigaki Island, Okinawa [Japan] was observed in the 60-l marine water aquaria in the laboratory during June-Oct., 1980. The male is offensive to keep his territory in the aquarium by the lateral display, spreading all fins. Reproductive pattern is generally some with many small gobies. By leading her to the nest, he repeatedly halts and approaches her, shakes his head from from time to time, and spreads the 1st dorsal and anal fins. Eggs are fusiform, 1.03 mm in length with a bundle of filament at one end. They hatch 3 or 4 days after spawning at 26-29.degree. C. Hatching occurs after sunset. Newly hatched larvae are 1.8 mm long.

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