In the western Pacific, Nakamura (1944) reported that blue marlin spawned
6 g) were spawned
prior to treatment conditioning and again every 16 wks, (i.
The diameters of about 30 oocytes were measured from individuals that had spawned
Spawning during low-light conditions may occur to reduce predation rates on both freshly spawned
eggs and spawning adults (Lobel, 1978; Holt et al.
However, these effects were observed after most, if not all, animals in each group had already spawned
It isn't known if the small-mouths spawning in summer in Nebish Lake were spawning for the first time that year or if they had already spawned
The fish spawned
sporadically throughout October and November 1996, and by December 1996 were spawning daily.
A large number of mussels had spawned
profusely and several tidepools were clouded with sperm and lined with a coating of orange oocytes.
Thirty-eight percent (n=90) of these were about to spawn when captured (stage 5a), 62% (n=147) had recently spawned
(stage 5c), and one was running, ripe (stage 5b).
In spring, she apparently spawned
twice with this male, leaving the feeding area for 5 days each time.
Subgroups rapidly rose up on the periphery of the school, spawned
at the apex of the aggregation, and descended towards the bottom of the school again.
In 2000, 729% more juveniles were captured than in 1999, even though an estimated 12% fewer eggs were spawned
Cyclic patterns of gonadosomatic indices (GSIs) indicated that both species spawned
during spring and summer months.
At these frequencies, a female on average spawned
a new batch of eggs every 3-4 days during the spawning season.