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Organisms which begin as female and later switch to male.
National Institutes of Health
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Does mating behaviour affect connectivity in marine fishes? Comparative population genetics of two protogynous groupers (Family Serranidae)
Corpus ID: 40260257
Pelagic larval duration (PLD) has been hypothesized to be the primary predictor of connectivity in marine fishes; however, few…
Do the maximum sizes, ages and patterns of growth of three reef-dwelling labrid species at two latitudes differ in a manner conforming to the metabolic theory of ecology?
Journal of fish biology
Corpus ID: 25912728
The size and age data and patterns of growth of three abundant, reef-dwelling and protogynous labrid species (Coris auricularis…
Fecundity of female angelfish,Centropyge ferrugatus independent of body size: field collection of spawned eggs
Corpus ID: 40762482
M any reef fishes, such as wrasses, parrotfishes, groupers and angelfishes, spawn pelagic eggs into the water column (review in…
Cymopterus beckii, a rare protogynous umbellifer (Apiaceae) of Capitol Reef National Park, central Utah
Corpus ID: 82323603
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