All female creatures develop eggs with or without a male. The male is only needed to do the fertilizing. So the answer is no.
Yes. Most female fish will lay around 50 eggs at a time and the male will fertilize them with his sperm.
Yes female Angle can lay their eggs without a male. But the eggs will not be fertile.
females lay eggs.
All fish can lay eggs without a male present. The male and female fish do not meet during reproduction. Eggs are fertilized only once they leave the female's body. The male will come later to fertilize them with his sperm after the female fish has laid the eggs and left
Most female fish lay eggs. Then the male will cover the eggs with his milt.
The female emits eggs, the male emits sperm.
yes the female fighter has eggs before she meets the male, when they meet and do there business the female will release her eggs and the male will fertilise the eggs
No, no matter what type of fish the female fish lays the eggs and the male fertilizes and protects the eggs after the eggs are layed and also the female that layed the eggs goes away and never comes back.
Female fish just lay eggs and without the fertilizer from the male the embryo in the eggs won't survive long enough to hatch. I'm not an expert, but I'm pretty sure that's how it goes. male betta fish make a nest for the female on top of the water for the female to lay the eggs inside the nest. then the male will fertilize the nest, but the female has to have a nest to lay the eggs.