The Reproductive Biology of the Frilled Shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus, from Suruga Bay, Japan
The reproductive biology of the frilled shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus Garman, is one of the most primitive species of living sharks and remains poorly understood.
Spawning Behavior, Eggs, and Larvae of the Lutjanid Fish, Lutjanus kasmira, in an Aquarium.
Ecological Studies of the Anthiine Fish, Franzia squamipinnis, in Suruga Bay, Japan
Origin of directionality in the fish stripe pattern
Computer analysis has shown that diffusion anisotropy is very effective at specifying the direction of stripes formed by the reaction‐diffusion (RD) system, and scales are the most likely candidate structure for generating anisotropic interactions in skin.
Reproduction and early development of the angelfish, Centropyge interruptus, in an aquarium.
Ecological Studies of the Anthiine Fish Sacura margaritacea in Suruga Bay, Japan
Spawning Behavior, Eggs, and Larvae of the Butterflyfish, Chaetodon nippon, in an Aquarium
Spawning behavior, eggs, larvae, and hermaphroditism of the angelfish, Apolemichthys trimaculatus, in captivity
- S. Hioki
- Environmental Science
Development of Eggs and Larvae in the Angelfish, Centropyge ferrugatus
The present study is thought to be the seventh report on larval characteristics among theAngelfish family (Thresher, 1984; Leis and Rennis, 1982; Okiyama, 1988) and a brief comparison is made with other studies of angelfish.