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Fecundity of Gollum attenuatus
Main Ref: Yano, K., 1993
Country: New Zealand
Locality: Wanganella Bank; Challenger Plateau; and F seamount of Three Kings Ridge
Ecosystem:
Absolute Fecundity Fecundity Type: 
  min   50 (g) (cm)   Ref: Yano, K., 1993
  max   100 (g) (cm)  
  mean     (g) (cm)  
Comments on Fecundity: Fecundity refers to the number of eggs in the right ovary.
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: Gravid females usually contain two embryos (one per uterus). Only one embryo develops from the numerous ova in each egg capsule, The yolk of undeveloped ova form the yolk supply for developing embryo. Fecundity refers to the number of eggs in the right ovary.
Entered by: Torres, Armi G. - 05.12.94
Checked by: Torres, Armi G. - 26.09.95
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