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This study evaluated the effects of delayed initial feeding (DIF) time [Control (fed at initial feeding), 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 days delay] on growth, survival, feeding ability, point-of-no-return (PNR), and deformity of Oxyeleotris marmorata larvae. Findings revealed that the growth and survival of the larvae were significantly lower in all other treatments than the control. The mean percentage of the deformity was the highest in 5 d DIF. The PNR was between 3 and 4 d DIF, which indicateddoi:10.14456/sjst-psu.2021.184 fatcat:5ovpvnzd6be6fasw35uzkp34am