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Fig. 5. Development of cartilage and bone in striped jack larvae and juveniles. Their total lengths and days after hatching were (A) 4.2 mm (10 dph), (B) 4.9 mm (14 dph), (C) 8.6 mm (20 dph), (D) 9.8 mm (23 dph), (E) 12.0 mm (25 dph), and (F) 23.6 mm (35 dph). All scale bars equal 2 mm. Note that scales began to be formed in the posterior part of trunk in (F). Reprinted by permission of Taylor & Francis, Ltd., http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals, after Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, 28, Masuda and Tsukamoto. Morphological development in relation to phototaxis and rheotaxis in the striped jack, Pseudocaranx dentex. 75­90, Figure 4, © 1996, Taylor & Francis.

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