Reproductive Biology

Pronounced sexual dimorphism in color, body size, and fin development; males have greater body size as well as elongated fin spines and rays. These differences contribute toward reproductive success because of their value in defending against rival males or their signal function in attracting females. Courtship and spawning is paired, and commences with male displays of erect fins and results in pelagic spawning in water column. Eggs produced serially, likely spawned on daily basis with one or two spawning seasons (spring and early autumn). No evidence of hermaphroditism. Recruitment of larvae is also seasonal.

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