The reproductive biology of intertidal, black brown frillfin goby, Bathygobius fuscus (Rüppell) have been surveyed from the coastal region of Keelung, Taiwan. The species always belongs to the dominant species found in the fish community of the tidal pools for different seasons. The overall fecundity of adult female is from 2335 to 13332 eggs with the average of 5605 eggs with average eggs-size is 0.34 ± 0.06 mm. The female minimum measure body-size would be 40.4 mm SL. The higher reproductive season can be well observed from female GSI (Gonadosomatic Index) during May to September. During that time, there may represent more abundant food sources to host its offspring as well as more suitable climate.
Kong, Yu-Hai and Chen, I-Shiung
"REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF INTERTIDAL FRILLFIN GOBY, Bathygoboius fuscus IN KEELUNG, TAIWAN,"
Journal of Marine Science and Technology: Vol. 21:
7, Article 27.
Available at: https://jmstt.ntou.edu.tw/journal/vol21/iss7/27