Reproduction and gonad histology of Aidablennius sphynx ( Pisces : Blenniidae ) of the Catalan Sea ( northwestern Mediterranean ) *

@inproceedings{Carrassn2003ReproductionAG,
  title={Reproduction and gonad histology of Aidablennius sphynx ( Pisces : Blenniidae ) of the Catalan Sea ( northwestern Mediterranean ) *},
  author={Maite Carrass{\'o}n and Massimo Bau and Dpto},
  year={2003}
}
Biologists have long been familiar with the maturation or so-called ripening of the gonads of teleost fishes and the subsequent onset of the spawning period. The reproductive biology of several species of blennies and their close relatives of the northeastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean and adjacent seas have been studied from a variety of viewpoints. Many studies have been published that describe the reproductive behaviour of blenny species in their natural habitat or in captivity (Almada… CONTINUE READING

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