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Recent Blog Post

Coral spawning triggered by temperature

Published 2016-05-31

Photo: Australian Geographic As summer approaches in the northern hemisphere, coral colonies of certain species are preparing for mass spawning events, in which coral parents synchronously release egg and sperm into the water to be fertilized. Following fertilization, the embryos develop into swimming larvae, which will seek a suitable substrate upon which to settle and metamorphose into a polyp. During these mass spawning events, timing of release of egg and sperm by coral colonies on a reef is key. Scientists are still perplexed by the processes that trigger spawning release in... (more)