Spawning Behavior and Early Life History of the Porcupine Puffer, Diodon holacanthus, in Aquaria

@article{Sakamoto1978SpawningBA,
  title={Spawning Behavior and Early Life History of the Porcupine Puffer, Diodon holacanthus, in Aquaria},
  author={T Sakamoto and Katsumi Suzuki},
  journal={Japanese Journal of Ichthyology},
  year={1978},
  volume={24},
  pages={261-270}
}
Spawning and rearing of a porcupine puffer Cyclichthys orbicularis (Diodontidae, Tetraodontiformes) in captivity
Cyclichthys orbicularis (Diodontidae, Tetraodontiformes) were spawned in captivity, the larvae being reared for more than 60 days, in the Shimonoseki Marine Science Museum Aquarium. Isolated
Adhesive demersal eggs spawned by two southern Australian porcupine puffers
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Eggs spawned in the Shimonoseki Marine Science Museum Aquarium by eight species of Diodontidae were mostly pelagic, only A. pilatus and D. nicthemerus spawning adhesive demersal eggs required comparative studies on diodontid spawning ecology.
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PARENTAL CARE AND MODE OF FERTILIZATION IN ECTOTHERMIC VERTEBRATES
  • M. Gross, R. Shine
  • Biology
    Evolution; international journal of organic evolution
  • 1981
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This paper derives specific predictions from three alternative hypotheses which deal with mode of fertilization (internal versus external) and parental care evolution, and test these predictions using a compilation of published data on occurrence and correlates of parental care in amphibians and teleost fishes.