Eighteen different families of marine fish have been observed exhibiting monogamous behavior, about 70 different species. The Midas cichlid is an example of one species that exhibits this behavior.
There was a study done that recorded monogamy in about 18 different species of marine fish. The scientists conducting the study found that “monogamous species occur primarily in the tropics and are associated with coral reef environments in which territory defence and site attachment is facilitated.”
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