The hypogean mysid, Lepidomysis longipes has a breeding period extending from December to April with the peak period in March. A secondary breeding period appears in August and September. The females have low fecundity and carry a maximum of nine eggs. Development is delayed due to lack of nourishment in the environment. The mysids breed only once a year.
Nath, C. N..
Breeding and fecundity in a subterranean mysid, Lepidomysis longipes (Pillai and Mariamma).
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