Egg Characteristics of Dascyllus trimaculatus
 
Main Ref. Randall, H.A. and G.R. Allen, 1977
Place of Development
Shape of Egg
Attributes
Color of Eggs
Color of Oil Globule
Additional Characters Eggs laid on dead coral branches, bare rock, man-made substrata (cables or shipwrecks); eggs guarded & cared for by males during incubation lasting for about 3 days at 26°-28°C or 4 days at 24°C. Newly hatched fry measure slightly under 2 mm TL & presumed to be pelagic for the first few weeks.
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( e.g. cephalopods )
Entered by Capuli, Estelita Emily on 03.02.92
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