But as these animals and their spawn
are known to be immediately killed by sea-water, on my view we can see that there would be great difficulty in their transportal across the sea, and therefore why they do not exist on any oceanic island.
But not only is the sea such a foe to man who is an alien to it, but it is also a fiend to its own offspring; worse than the Persian host who murdered his own guests; sparing not the creatures which itself hath spawned
. Like a savage tigress that tossing in the jungle overlays her own cubs, so the sea dashes even the mightiest whales against the rocks, and leaves them there side by side with the split wrecks of ships.
It was as if a motor-car had spawned
. "Oh, jolly!" said Margaret, sinking into one of them.
Temperature tolerances of unspawned females and males were compared with those of similar sized female and male fish which had spawned
. Mean CTMax of these four groups (n = 12 to 18) ranged from 36.2[degrees] to 36.9[degrees]C with standard deviations less than 4% of their respective means.
The spawning model in the Finnish pharmaceuticals company, Farmos, after some experimentation, was finally cast as a nonlinear simulation model, where the projects did not spawn
each other directly but generated sales opportunities for other projects.
Continued sun and warm temperatures can warm shallow bays into the upper-40[degrees]F range within days, luring bass into shallow cover to warm up, begin feeding, and eventually to spawn
. Depending on the year's weather cycle, that can occur from late March into late May.
(2008), however, did not make any assessment of the environmental conditions important in controlling gametogenesis and spawning and made no attempt to spawn
Their studies show that sardines are getting smaller, and spawn
and mature early.
Silph Road had also uploaded the link to a survey, completing which increases Sableye spawn
. However, the survey is no longer available on Google Docs.
Gulf menhaden spawn
offshore in high-salinity waters (Fore, 1970; Sogard et al., 1987).
"On Australia's Great Barrier Reef, all coral colonies typically spawn
only once per year, over several nights after the full moon, as the water warms up in late spring."
Reliable estimates of spawn
timing and reproductive output for P.