Reproduction of Panulirus argus
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Main Ref. Holthuis, L.B., 1991
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Description of life cycle and mating behavior Females move to deeper water for spawning and there are mass migrations in the autumn when the animals, in single files up to 50 individuals, move in a certain direction in daytime, each animal having body contact with the next through the antennae; In the northern part of its range, larvae are found mainly from June to December (Ref. 4).
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