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The eggs of this species are spherical and strongly adhesive, 0.68–0.72 mm in diameter, possess a dense cluster of small oil droplets, and hatch around sunset three to five ays after fertilization (Stroud spp.
are known for their general lack of characters, and are generally differentiated on the basis of colour differences.
The territories of mature females were always enclosed within the territory of a single, mature male. Social and mating systems of this species are based upon female territoriality where polygyny results from males defending females occupying a certain territory (female-defense polygyny) (Gladstone 1987).
Neither parent guards the eggs which are laid in a nest located in the female's territory (Gladstone 1987).
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