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Biology

Found inshore in groups around over-grown structures and among Laminaria or Zostera beds. Adults feed on small crustaceans (copepods, amphipods, mysids) and chaetognaths (Ref. 4696). Eggs are about 1 mm long, pear-shaped, and adhere to seagrass or weeds; hatch in 10 days (Ref. 4696). Pelagic larvae hatch at 2.5 mm length (Ref. 35388).

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