Egg Characteristics of Gobiusculus flavescens
Main Ref. Bertolini, F., U. D'Ancona, E. Padoa Montalenti, S. Ranzi, L. Sanzo, A. Sparta, E. Tortonese and M. Vialli, 1956
Place of Development on the bottom (demersal)
Shape of Egg other
Attributes other, sticky
Color of Eggs brown, black, gray
Color of Oil Globule other
Additional Characters Egg pear-shaped, with round or pointed apex, and with reddish-brown oil globules (Ref. 37), which adhere to seaweed (Ref. 35388). Eggs are found inside hollow Sacchoriza holdfasts or other smooth substrates (Ref. 4696). The embryo has a postanal concentration of pigment.
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Entered by Luna, Susan M. on 10.19.90
Modified by Luna, Susan M. on 03.24.08
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