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Reproductive ecology and endocrinology of the garibaldi damselfish, Hypsypops rubicundus (Pomacentridae)
Paul C. Sikkel
Written in English
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The annual reproductive cycle of Meara stichopi and presence in the host Parastichopus tremulus (Gunnerus, ). Our sampling over four years revealed novel insights into the life cycle of Meara stichopi and its seasonal reproduction. As reported in the species description , M. stichopi is mainly found in the first 3 cm of the foregut of its host, the sea cucumber Parastichopus tremulus Cited by: Sikkel, P.C. Why female garibaldi prefer males with young eggs: a test of the parental investment hypothesis. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 6: Alcalay, O.M.* and Sikkel, P.C. Diel periodicity of hatching of demersal eggs in the temperate damselfish, Hypsypops rubicundus. Bulletin of Marine Science
The brood stock fish measurements were taken for the nearest g and cm to calculate the condition (K) factor. The male’s weight in average was ± g fish-1, body length ± cm, testis weight ± g fish-1, testis length ± cm, k-factor ± and GSI ±Total egg weight and number per female as well as individual egg weight and diameter were. Hypsypops rubicundus Conservation Status The Garibaldi is the California State fish and is protected from fishing. Habitat These fish mainly live in the kelp forest ecosystem. Additional Information This species of damselfish inhabits the warmer waters of the Pacific Ocean from Monterey Bay, California to Baja California along rocky coastal.
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Reproductive ecology and endocrinology of the garibaldi damselfish, I examined two aspects of the reproductive behavior of the garibaldi, Hypsypops rubicundus, a temperate marine damselfish with male parental care.
how patterns of mate choice and parental investment contribute to the reproductive success of each sex. Because male Author: Paul C. Sikkel. Reproductive ecology and endocrinology of the garibaldi damselfish, Hypsypops rubicundus (Pomacentridae) By. Abstract. Graduation Reproductive ecology and endocrinology of the garibaldi damselfish I examined two aspects of the reproductive behavior\ud of the garibaldi, Hypsypops rubicundus, a temperate\ud marine damselfish with male parental care.
My primary\ud objective was to determine the. Reproductive Ecology and Endocrinology of the Garibaldi Damselfish, Hypsypops rubicundus (Pomacentridae) by Paul C. Sikkel A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Completed Novem Commencement June Environment: milieu / climate zone / depth range / distribution range Ecology Marine; reef-associated; non-migratory; depth range 0 - 30 m (Ref.
Subtropical; 37°N - 27°N, °W - °W. Microsatellite markers were used to investigate the reproductive behavior of the damselfish Abudefduf sordidus at Johnston Atoll, Central Pacific Ocean.
Genetic results indicated that ten males maintained guardianship over their nest territories for up to nine nest cycles during a month period. Genotypes of offspring sampled from 68 nests (composed of clutches) were consistent Author: Lisa Kerr Lobel, Devin M.
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van den Brink. The book is suitable for courses in fish biology and ecology, reproductive physiology and reproductive genetics. It also addresses applied questions and will be of value for courses on fisheries Author: Paul Sikkel.
Abstract. The reproductive ecology of female Hawaiian damselfish Dascyllus albisella (Gill) was studied at Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii (21°27′N; °47′W) during two peak reproductive seasons (June–SeptemberJuly–August ). In both years, spawning occurred cyclically every 5–7 days, with all spawning in the study area in each cycle concluding within 2–3 by: For example, the temperate damselfish Hypsypops rubicundus exhibits a similar behavior in the preparation of the nesting site, maintaining a red alga in the middle of the cleaned area, which is approximately 33 to 50 cm in diameter (Sikkel).
In general, temperate reef fish use benthic algae for depositing the eggs while tropical members use Cited by: For example, the temperate damselfish Hypsypops rubicundus exhibits a similar behavior in the preparation of the nesting site, maintaining a red alga in the middle of the cleaned area, which is approximately 33 to 50 cm in diameter (Sikkel ).
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Dissertation Title: Reproductive ecology and endocrinology of the garibaldi damselfish Hypsypops rubicundus Dissertation Publications: Sikkel, P. Factors influencing spawning site choice by female garibaldi, Hypsypops rubicundus (Pisces: Pomacentridae).
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Tilley. Based on previous work (Fagundes et al. ) we predicted that female spawning rate in the nest would correlate positively with the size of the nest-holder and with the number of eggs in the nest (see A. sphynx, Kraak & Videler ).From this, we had the following predictions for the manipulation experiment: (1) if brood size is the major determinant of female choice, the enlargement or Cited by: 8.
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The Intercourse Breeding Seasons My friend Perry here will explain the mating process of his. Maximum adult size ranges from in (4 cm) in some Chromis and Chrysiptera species, to over 12 in (30 cm) in the garibaldi (Hypsypops rubicundus) and giant damselfish (Mi-crospathodon dorsalis).
Scarids, or parrotfishes, have a rather distinctive "parrot's beak" resulting from a fusion of the teeth and often fleshy lips.Alcalay, O.
M., and P. C. Sikkel. Diel periodicity of hatching of demersal eggs in the temperate damselfish, [Hypsypops rubicundus].
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