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Maturation of long-snouted seahorse Hippocampus guttulatus females under cultive conditions

AuthorsPlanas, Miguel ; Chamorro, Alexandro ; Quintas, Patricia ; Balcázar, José Luis
KeywordsHippocampus guttulatus
Long-snouted seahorses
Gonad development
Issue DateSep-2008
PublisherEuropean Aquaculture Society
CitationEuropean Aquaculture Society, Special Pub. 37, Aquaculture Europe 2008, Krakow (Poland), Sep 15-18, 2008, p. 531-532
AbstractKnowledge of the characteristics and strategies in fish reproduction has implication for the management of broodstock. Most seahorses are data deficient species with unusual monogamous reproduction, characterised by mating, internal fertilization of eggs in males and parental care. Successful reproduction requires mating control and synchronisation. The present study analyses the duration of the gonad development in females and its relation with the duration of breeding in males.
Description2 pages, 2 figures.-- Contributed to the International Conference AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2008 (Krakow, Poland, Sep 15-18, 2008).
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