Reproduction of the onespot fringehead, Neoclinus uninotatus in <br />Monterey Harbor, Monterey, California by David G. Lindquist, Bull. Southern <br />California Acad. Sci., 80(1): 12-22, 1981. Males have greater development of the <br />primary ocular cirrus. Nesting males were observed January to March and June <br />to September. Males guarded large egg masses attached to the ceiling and sidesof the inner refuge. Eggs were 1 to 1.3 mm in diameter with one large yellow-orange oil droplet. Larvae hatched at a total length (=notochord length) of 5 mm.