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Fecundity of Nelusetta ayraud
Main Ref: Kailola, P.J., M.J. Williams, P.C. Stewart, R.E. Reichelt, A. McNee and C. Grieve, 1993
Country: Australia
Locality: South Australia
Ecosystem:
Absolute Fecundity Fecundity Type: 
  min   700,000 (g) 40 (cm) TL  Ref: Grove-Jones, R.P. and A.F. Burnell, 1991
  max   2,000,000 (g) (cm)  
  mean     (g) (cm)  
Comments on Fecundity:
Relative Fecundity
Min: Ref.:
Mean: Ref.:
Max: Ref.:
Fecundity/length relationship ( F = a * L ^b):
  Size: (cm)  
  n:
  a: 95% confidence limit:  
  b: 95% confidence limit:  
  r2:  
Spawning Cycles: (1/y)   Ref:
Comments: Spawning occurs in waters 85-200 m deep several hundred km offshore (Ref. 6390). Spawning probably occurs more than once during this brief period (Ref. 30466). Seasonal migration in South Australia appears to be associated with spawning: movement is predominantly to the west prior to spawning, and to the east just after spawning (Ref. 6390).
Entered by: Luna, Susan M. - 08.06.99
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