Color polymorphism in siblingAmphiprion: is the reef-fish lottery rigged?

Abstract

Captive-bred offspring from a single pair ofAmphiprion frenatus displayed two independent color polymorphisms, one for juvenile stripe pattern and one for adult color. The adult polymorphism encompassed color morphs representingA. frenatus, A. rubrocinctus andA. melanopus. Positive assortative mating occurred, with viable F2 offspring from one pairing… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00007711

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@article{Marliave2004ColorPI, title={Color polymorphism in siblingAmphiprion: is the reef-fish lottery rigged?}, author={Jeffrey B. Marliave}, journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes}, year={2004}, volume={12}, pages={63-68} }