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Basic Methods for the Study of Reproductive Ecology of Fish in Aquaria

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10.3791/55964-v

July 20th, 2017

July 20th, 2017

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1Laboratory of Fish Behavioral Ecology, Tateyama Station, Field Science Center, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

A series of basic methods to enable the study of the reproductive ecology of fish kept in aquaria are described. These are useful protocols for collecting fish using SCUBA, transporting live fish, and observing the reproductive behavior of wild-caught fish kept in aquaria.

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