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. Fig, Model predictions using the posterior distributions compared to observed standard 674 lengths of fish (snout till end of caudal fin): (A) small fish group, (B) medium fish group and 675 (C) large fish group; monitored for 55 days. ? and ? represent the mean length of females and 676 males, respectively. The error bar represents the 95% C.I. of the mean (S.E.). Full lines 677 represent the median and dotted grey lines represent the 95% C.I. of the model predictions for 678 females and males