Species | Primary Data | Secondary Data | References |
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Anguilla anguilla | 2-3.3 [Mass hatching occured after 50-80 hours, being completed after 70-110 hours] | 2.65 days | Prokhorchik, 1988 |

Anguilla anguilla | 2-4.5 (mean 2.5) | 3.25 days | Lecompte-finiger, 1994 |

Anguilla anguilla | "2-5 [Mass hatching after about 50-60h, range 47-120 [5 days at 20, but ""the surviving embryos had a delayed hatch on day 5 after fertilisation""]" | 3.5 days | Pedersen, 2003 |

Anguilla anguilla | 2 [48 hour] | 2.0 days | Pedersen, 2004 |

Alosa alosa | 7 | 7.0 days | Billard, 1997 |

Alosa alosa | 4-8 | 6.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Alosa alosa | 4-8 | 6.0 days | Bensettiti and Gaudillat, 2002 |

Alosa alosa | About 4 [At 18-20°C] | 19.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Alosa alosa | 4-8 | 6.0 days | Taverny, 2000 |

Alosa alosa | 4-8 | 6.0 days | Maitland and Hatton-Ellis, 2000 |

Alosa fallax | 3-5 | 4.0 days | Bensettiti and Gaudillat, 2002 |

Alosa fallax | 3-5 | 4.0 days | Taverny, 2000 |

Alosa fallax | 4-5 | 4.5 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Alosa fallax | 4-8 | 6.0 days | Doherty, 2004 |

Alosa fallax | 4-6 | 5.0 days | Maitland and Hatton-Ellis, 2000 |

Alosa fallax | 3-5 [Incubation takes 72 to 120 hours depdning on temperature] | 4.0 days | Aprahamian, 2001 |

Alosa sapidissima | 8-12 [11-15°C] or 17 [12°C] | 10.0 days | Internet, 2005 |

Alosa sapidissima | 8-12 days at 11-15°C | 10.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Alosa sapidissima | 7 [15.50°C], 13.50 [12.00°C] | 7.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Alosa sapidissima | 2-17 [But 12-15 at 12°C] | 9.5 days | Everly and Boreman, 1999 |

Alosa sapidissima | 4-6 [15-18°C], 6-8 [17°C], 8-12 [11-15°C] | 5.0 days | Mills, 2004 |

Alosa sapidissima | 2-17 depeding on temperature | 9.5 days | Rue, 2001 |

Alosa sapidissima | 8-12 at 11-15°C | 10.0 days | Bradbury, 1999 |

Alosa sapidissima | Development of eggs starts between 13°C and 17°C and increases rapidly between 17°C and 20°C | 13.0 days | Burdick and Hightower, 2005 |

Alosa sapidissima | Hatching occured on June 13, i.e. 6-7 days at 16.6-19°C | 6.5 days | Zydlewski and McCormick, 1997 |

Alosa sapidissima | Eggs were fertilized and reared in the laboratory at temperatures similar to those in the river (13.8-23.0°C). Hatching occurred 71 to 86 hours after fertilization | 18.4 days | Marcy, 1972 |

Alosa sapidissima | Hatched from eggs 6 days after fertilization. […] The temperature of water during the egg incubation and larval development was 17-18°C | 17.5 days | Laiz-Carrion, 2003 |

Aphanius iberus | 8-10 | 9.0 days | Keith, 2001 |

Aphanius iberus | 10-15 | 12.5 days | Maitland, 1977 |

Valencia hispanica | 12-14 days at 20-24°C | 13.0 days | Keith, 2001 |

Valencia hispanica | 12-15 | 13.5 days | Maitland, 1977 |

Barbatula barbatula | 14-16 [At 12-16°C] | 15.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Barbatula barbatula | 14-16 | 15.0 days | Bagenal, 1971 |

Barbatula barbatula | Took 14-16 days at 12-16°C | 15.0 days | Smyly, 1955 |

Barbatula barbatula | 16 days [14°C], 11 [18°C] and 7-8 [20°C] | 7.5 days | Sauvonsaari, 1971 |

Cobitis taenia | 2-4 at 21°C | 3.0 days | Bohlen, 1999 |

Cobitis taenia | 2-3 [22-25°C] | 2.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Cobitis taenia | 2-4 [17-21°C] | 3.0 days | Vaino and Saat, 2003 |

Cobitis taenia | Data about a very long hatch time are also confusing: instead of some weeks we observed, in natural rearing conditions, fry hatched in two days [Eggs hatch in nature in few weeks, depending upon temperature, while at laboratory temperature (22-25°C) they hatch 42-48 hours after spawning.] | 23.5 days | Lodi and Malacarne, 1990 |

Cobitis taenia | 8 days at 15°C | 8.0 days | Bensettiti and Gaudillat, 2002 |

Cobitis taenia | 3-4 days at 17.4°C | 3.5 days | Rasotto, 1992 |

Cobitis taenia | 2.5 days at 20-24°C | 22.0 days | Bohlen, 1999b |

Blicca bjoerkna | 10-15 | 12.5 days | Rinchard, 1996 |

Abramis brama | 6-6.5 in natural conditions | 6.25 days | Sidorova, 2005 |

Abramis brama | 3-12 [9 at 20°C, 10 at 18°C] | 7.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Abramis brama | 9 [14.2°] | 9.0 days | Diamond, 1985 |

Abramis brama | 4-8 up to 11 [At 11°C] | 6.0 days | Backiel and Zawiska, 1968 |

Abramis brama | 8-12 [9.8°C] to 3.2 [16.2°C] | 10.0 days | Herzig and Winkler, 1986 |

Abramis brama | 64-78 hours at 20°C | 71.0 days | Penaz and Gajdusek, 1979 |

Abramis brama | Increase in temperature from 11.2 to 23°C reduces the number of days from 12.5 to 3 | 11.2 days | Brylinska and Boron, 2004 |

Abramis brama | The hatch took place after seven days of incubation (at 13-15°C) | 14.0 days | Gerasimov and Stolbunov, 2007 |

Abramis brama | Based on graph => 220 hours [at 15°C] and 100 hours [at 25°C]. Regression equation for 50% of hatched embryos was Y = 910.1 - 65.88X + 1.318 X² (R² = 0.994) | 33.44 days | Kucharczyk, 1997 |

Alburnoides bipunctatus | About 10 | 10.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Alburnoides bipunctatus | The incuabtion (to the stage of 50 per cent embryos hatched) lasts at average temperature of 19.67°C 100 hours and and tempertaure of 16.43°C 147 hours | 50.0 days | Penaz, 1976 |

Alburnus alburnus | 14-21 | 17.5 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Alburnus alburnus | 15-20 | 17.5 days | Rinchard, 1996 |

Alburnus alburnus | 14-21 | 17.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Alburnus alburnus | About one week | No data | Coad, 2006 |

Alburnus alburnus | 2.3-2.7 days [55-65 hours at 22.9] | 2.5 days | Baros, 1979 |

Aristichthys nobilis | 1-2 | 1.5 days | Horvath, 1992 |

Aristichthys nobilis | 34-36 hour [23-25°C], 50-70 h [18-20°C] | 35.0 days | Abdusamadov, 1986 |

Aristichthys nobilis | One day after fertilization, larval carp will hatch | No data | Schrank, 2001 |

Aristichthys nobilis | Eggs started to hatch after about 18 Hour of incubation at 27-28°C | 27.5 days | Santiago, 2004 |

Aristichthys nobilis | Hatching occured whitin 48 h after fertilization at 24.5°C | 48.0 days | Kilambi and Zdinak, 1981 |

Aristichthys nobilis | About 1 days after fertilization at 22-26°C | 24.0 days | Jennigs, 1988 |

Aspius aspius | 9-10 | 9.5 days | Coad, 2005 |

Aspius aspius | 10-15 at 12-16°C | 12.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Aspius aspius | 10-17 | 13.5 days | Keith and Allardi, 2001 |

Aspius aspius | 10-17 | 13.5 days | Bensettiti and Gaudillat, 2002 |

Barbus barbus | 3.5-6 [At 17-24°C] | 4.75 days | Philippart, 1989 |

Barbus barbus | 7-21 according to temperature | 14.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Barbus barbus | 7-14 | 10.5 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Barbus barbus | 4 days [At 23°C] | 4.0 days | Vandewalle, 1993 |

Barbus barbus | Mean of 6 days at 17.5°C | 6.0 days | Krupka and Meszaros, 1993 |

Barbus barbus | Mean of 4 days 3 hours | 4.0 days | Penaz, 1971 |

Barbus barbus | The moment at which 50% of embryos are hatched was 194 hours at 16°C, 131.7 hours at 18°C, 98 hours at 19.67°C and only 91 at 20.52°C [in other stidy described as 6 days at 17.1°C] | 50.0 days | Penaz, 1973 |

Barbus barbus | Their incubation at water temperature of 20.2°C lasted 3 days and 15 hours from insemination to hatching of the first embryos, and 4 days and 11 hours to the hatching of the last embryos | 20.2 days | Krupta, 1988 |

Barbus barbus | Incubated for six days at a mean temperature of 18.2 ± 0.1°C (108 degree-days), with 85.7% hatching sucess 144 hours after fertilization | 18.2 days | Policar, 2007 |

Carassius auratus | About 7 | 7.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Carassius auratus | Few days | No data | Horvath, 1992 |

Carassius auratus | 5 [20°C], 3-4 [20-27.5°C] | 3.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Carassius auratus | 8 [20°C] | 8.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Carassius auratus | 3-4 [15.5-29.5], 64-72 hours [24-28°C], 76 hours at [25°C] | 3.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Carassius auratus | 3-7 days | 5.0 days | Scholfield, 2005 |

Carassius auratus | [46 to 54 hours at 84°F, 4-14 days, 5-7 days at 70-75°F, 3-4 days at 18.5-29.5°C] | 9.0 days | Battle, 1940 |

Carassius auratus | 6.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 6.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Carassius auratus | The mean time to 50% hatch at 27°C was 2.0 days in all four experiments, involving that temperature. At 22°C, the mean time to 50% hatch was 3.8 ±0.4 days and at 17°C it was 7.1 ± 0.4 days. At 12°C, the mean time to 50% hatch was more variable at 14.1 ±2.5 days. | 3.8 days | Wiegand, 1988 |

Carassius auratus | Hatching occurs after 5-8 days | 6.5 days | Szczerbowski and Szczerbowski, 1996 |

Carassius auratus | About 1 week | 1.0 days | Kestemont and Mélard, 1994 |

Carassius auratus | Eggs hatch in 2-1/2 to 7 days at 82-60°F | 1.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Carassius carassius | 6 [18-19°C], < 3 days [24-28°C] | 18.5 days | Holopainen, 1997 |

Carassius carassius | 3-7 | 5.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Carassius carassius | 4-8 [6 days at 18.5°C] | 6.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Carassius carassius | Eggs incubate during 4-7 days | 5.5 days | Sczerbowski and Szczerbowski, 1996 |

Carassius carassius | The incubation depends on temperature being approx. 4 days at 20°C and 2 days at 25-27°C | 26.0 days | Laurila and Holopainen, 1990 |

Chondrostoma nasus | 14 | 14.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Chondrostoma nasus | 10-30 | 20.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Chondrostoma nasus | 4.58-7.34 [19°C], 8.52-11.66 [16°C], 15.07-20.70 [13°C] and 28.83-39-47 [10°C] | 5.96 days | Kamler, 1998 |

Chondrostoma nasus | 5.8 [19°C], 10 [16°C], 17.7 [13°C], and 33.7 [10°C] | 5.8 days | Schiemer, 2003 |

Chondrostoma nasus | 8-12 | 10.0 days | Kamler and Keckeis, 2000 |

Chondrostoma nasus | 33.7 days [At 10°C], 17.7 [At 13°C], 10.0 [At 16°C] and 5.8 days [At 19°C] | 33.7 days | Kamler, 1996 |

Chondrostoma nasus | 7 days and 16 hours | 7.0 days | Penaz, 1971 |

Chondrostoma nasus | At a mean temperature of 12°C, egg incubation lasted 11 days, and only 6 days at 14.7°C | 12.0 days | Halacka and Lusk, 1995 |

Chondrostoma nasus | The mean duration of incubation (50% embryos hatched), at the overall mean temperature of 11.12°C was 20 days and 23 hours | 50.0 days | Penaz, 1974 |

Chondrostoma nasus | Nase eggs hatched after 7 days at 17-18°C | 17.5 days | Prawochenski, 1964 |

Chondrostoma toxostoma | 12-15 | 13.5 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Chondrostoma toxostoma | 8 days at 15-18.5°C | 16.75 days | Gozlan, 1999 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | 1-2 | 1.5 days | Horvath, 1992 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | 34-38 hours [24°] and 16-20 hours [28-30°C] | 36.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | 20-50 hourrs | 35.0 days | Le Houarn, 2001 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | 34-36 hour [23-25°C], 50-70 h [18-20°C] | 35.0 days | Abdusamadov, 1986 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | Hatched in 26-60 hours at 17-30°C, about 20-40 | 43.0 days | Cudmore and Mandrak, 2004 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | 20-24 hours | 22.0 days | Khan, 2004 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | Hatching occured whitin 48 h after fertilization [At 24.5°C] | 48.0 days | Kilambi and Zdinak, 1981 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | 1.5 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 1.5 days | Olden, 2006 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | Hatch between 18 and 30 hours at T>20°C, and developp normaly | 18.0 days | Scott and Crossma, 1973 |

Ctenopharyngodon idella | Lasts from 16 to 60 hours at temperatures ranging from 30 to 17°C | 16.0 days | Shireman and Smith, 1983 |

Cyprinus carpio | 3-4 | 3.5 days | Horvath, 1992 |

Cyprinus carpio | 3.75 at 25°C | 3.75 days | Linhart, 1995 |

Cyprinus carpio | 4-5 | 4.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Cyprinus carpio | 3-5 at 20°C | 4.0 days | Internet, 2005 |

Cyprinus carpio | 6-10 [Natural conditions] | 8.0 days | Mickaels, 1988 |

Cyprinus carpio | 5 days at 20°C | 5.0 days | Lafaille and Crivelli, 2001 |

Cyprinus carpio | Mass hatching at 4 days at 20°C, range from 3-5.6 | 4.3 days | Witeska, 1995 |

Cyprinus carpio | 4.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 4.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Cyprinus carpio | Hatching of embryos began at 51 hours and finished at an age of 57.5 hours. The peak was observed at 54 hours at 25°C | 51.0 days | Penaz, 1983 |

Cyprinus carpio | At 20°C, the fertilized eggs of common carp take 101-104 hours to incubate, at 25°C, 49-53 hours, at 30°C, 47-50 hours | 102.5 days | Naca, 1989 |

Cyprinus carpio | At 20°C carp eggs hatch after approximatively 3.5 days | 20.0 days | Smith, 2004 |

Cyprinus carpio | Time from egg activation to mass hatching,in hours was: 75 [At 19.2-22.4°C], 126 [At 18-20.9°C], 171.5 [At 14.7-20.9°C] | 20.8 days | Matlak, 1970 |

Cyprinus carpio | Eggs hatch in 1-3 weeks | 2.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Cyprinus carpio | They concluded that eggs laid on the marsh vegetation would normally hatch within 3-6 days after fertilization depending on water temperature | 4.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Gobio gobio | 14-28 | 21.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Gobio gobio | 5-6 at 20°C | 5.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Gobio gobio | 7-8 days at 17.5°C | 7.5 days | Kennedy and Fitzmaurice, 1972 |

Gobio gobio | In the Mohelno locality, it lasted 7 days at daily mean water temperature of 16.9°C and in laboratory, 150 hours (5days) at 19.5°C. At mean water temperature of 20.14°C, the first embryos hatched in the 190th hour of development, i.e. on the 5th days after insemination of the eggs. Hatcing ended in the 164th hour of development, i.e., on the 7th day after insemination of the eggs. Other authors: 8.5 daysat 16°C, 8 days at 17.5°Cand 6 at 18°C | 7.0 days | Penaz and Prokes, 1978 |

Gobio gobio | The hatching of eggs from females not treated hormonally started on average 71 hours after fertilization with the range of 66 to 79 hours. Most eggs hatched within 39 hours from the start of hatching. All embryos hatched within 136 hours after fertilization. | 71.0 days | Palikova and Krejci, 2006 |

Gobio gobio | 6 days at 20°C | 6.0 days | Brunet and Hoestlandt, 1972 |

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix | 1-2 | 1.5 days | Horvath, 1992 |

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix | 14-17 hour at 28-30°C | 15.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix | 29-36 hour at 20°C | 32.5 days | Billard, 1997 |

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix | 34-36 hour [23-25°C], 50-70 hour [18-20°C] | 35.0 days | Abdusamadov, 1986 |

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix | 61 hours [At 18°C], 50 [20°C], 24 [25°C], 18 [28°C], 16 [30°C] | 61.0 days | Naca, 1989 |

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix | Hatch from the envelopped at pahse 19 a day after fertilization (water temperature 26-28°C) | 27.0 days | Burlakov,2006 |

Leucaspius delineatus | 10 | 10.0 days | Billard, 1997 |

Leucaspius delineatus | 5-6 [22-24°C], 6-7 [21°C] | 5.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Leucaspius delineatus | 3-3.5 [At 24.7°C], also described as 6-7 days [At 21-22°C], and 4 [At 25-26°C] | 3.25 days | Pinder and Gozlan, 2004 |

Leucaspius delineatus | 5 days at 20°C, also described as 4 days in 20°C, also described as 5-6 days in 22-23.6°C | 5.5 days | Bonislawska, 1999 |

Leuciscus cephalus | 4 at 15°C | 4.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Leuciscus cephalus | 3 at 18°C | 3.0 days | Changeux and Le Louarn, 2001 |

Leuciscus cephalus | 4 days at 18°C | 4.0 days | Harzevili, 2003 |

Leuciscus cephalus | Middle time of incubation was either 170.3 or 74.4, both at 18°C [In other studies described as 97 hours at 18°C] | 170.3 days | Penaz and Sterba, 1969 |

Leuciscus cephalus | 75.5 hours at 18°C | 75.5 days | Penaz, 1968 |

Leuciscus cephalus | At 16620°C incubation period ranges from 150 to 75.4 hours | 112.7 days | Zelepien, 1997 |

Leuciscus idus | 4 at 18°C | 4.0 days | Harzevili, 2004 |

Leuciscus idus | In constant temperatures at 7°C incubation lasts 27 days, at 22°C only 5 days. In other studies: 5.5-23 days [At 9.3-13.8°C], 17 days [At 10-12°C], 24 days [At 3-12°C], 11-12 days [At 9.5-15°C], 22 days [At 10.5-17°C], 24-30 days [At 9.2°C] and 9-10 days [10-20.5°C] | 14.25 days | Witkowski, 1997 |

Leuciscus leuciscus | 25 | 25.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Leuciscus leuciscus | 25-30 days at 11-13°C | 27.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Leuciscus leuciscus | About 4 weeks, more precisely 20-23 [12°C], 29-30 [10°C] | 21.5 days | Kennedy, 1969 |

Leuciscus leuciscus | 25 [At 13°C] and 28 [At 12°C] | 25.0 days | Wurtz-Arlet, 1950 |

Leuciscus leuciscus | Take 25-30 days to hatch in a typical river temperatures | 27.5 days | Mills, 1981 |

Leuciscus leuciscus | Fertilization to larvae (2-4 days after hatching): 26-32 days (mostly 30) at 10°C | 3.0 days | Mann and Mills, 1985 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | NO INFORMATION | No data | Spillmann, 1961 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | 3-10 [4-5 at 13-14°C] | 6.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | 14-17 | 15.5 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | 6-7 [18-21°C] | 6.5 days | Papadopol and Weinberger, 1975 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | 4-5 | 4.5 days | Bagenal, 1971 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | 5 days [18°C], 12 [7°C], in their experiments : At an age around 4 days hatching of the embryo begins. The difference in the time of hatching of embryos from different eggs in one batch at a temperature of 16°C may be as much as 12 hours | 5.0 days | Soin, 1982 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | 4-5 days | 4.5 days | Frost, 1943 |

Phoxinus phoxinus | 5.75 days [At 16°C], 4 [At 20°C] | 5.75 days | Kestemont and Mélard, 1994 |

Pimephales promelas | 4 days at 25°C | 4.0 days | Duffy, 1998 |

Pimephales promelas | 4.5-6 at 25°C | 5.25 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Pimephales promelas | About 4-6 days at 77°F, at 25°C | 5.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Pimephales promelas | About 5 days at 61-77°F | 69.0 days | Markus, 1934 |

Pseudorasbora parva | 12 [15-21°C], 5-7 [21-23°C], 6-8 [20°C] | 18.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Pseudorasbora parva | 4 [24-28°C], 5 [23-26°C] | 26.0 days | Makeyeva and Mokamed, 1982 |

Pseudorasbora parva | The embryonic development at water temperature of 20-28°C takes 4-8 days | 24.0 days | Witkowski, 2006 |

Rhodeus sericeus | 1.5 | 1.5 days | Smith, 2004 |

Rhodeus sericeus | 14-21 [To leave the mussel ?] | 17.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Rutilus rutilus | 8-15 | 11.5 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Rutilus rutilus | 2-5 | 3.5 days | Rinchard, 1996 |

Rutilus rutilus | Vast majority hatch in one day but can occur after 6 days at a mean temperature of 15.7°C and after 12 days at 14.5°C | 6.0 days | Diamond, 1985 |

Rutilus rutilus | 4-10 | 7.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Rutilus rutilus | About 10 | 10.0 days | Vollestad, 1987 |

Rutilus rutilus | About 10-17 days at 10-14°C | 13.5 days | Bohlen, 1999b |

Rutilus rutilus | Eggs ware expected to hatch in approximatively 9 days at 18°C | 9.0 days | Kort, 2004 |

Rutilus rutilus | Embryos hatched between 7 and 10 days post-fertilization | 7.0 days | Paull, 2008 |

Scardinius erythrophthalmus | 8-15 | 11.5 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Scardinius erythrophthalmus | 7-8 [at 14-15°C] | 7.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Scardinius erythrophthalmus | 5 [19.5-22.5] | 21.0 days | Breteler, 1979 |

Scardinius erythrophthalmus | 5 days [19°C], 3 says [24°C], 3 [20-22°C] | 21.0 days | Korzelecka and Winnicki, 1998 |

Tinca tinca | 3 [At optimum incubation temperature] | 3.0 days | Horvath, 1992 |

Tinca tinca | 6-8 [Depending on the temperature] | 7.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Tinca tinca | 2-5 | 3.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Tinca tinca | 2 [25°C] or 3 [20°C] | 2.0 days | Laurila, 1987 |

Tinca tinca | 2.5 [2 days and 13 hours at 24°C] | 2.5 days | Geldhauser, 1995 |

Tinca tinca | 2.5-3 [2.73 days at 22°C] | 2.75 days | Kamler, 1995 |

Tinca tinca | 3.1 [The development in egg-shells, i.e. the embryonic phase or the icubation period up to peak hatching, lasted 76 hours at the mean temperature of 19.6°C] | 3.1 days | Penaz, 1981 |

Tinca tinca | 71.2 hours [20°C], 48.5 h [22.5°C], 36.3 [25°C], 30 [27.5°C] | 71.2 days | Penaz, 1989 |

Tinca tinca | At 20°C, first larvae hatch at the age of 72 hours post activation, maximum hatching occurs at the age of 76 hours | 20.0 days | Kubu and Kouril, 1985 |

Tinca tinca | Hatching begins 36 hours after fertilization at 24.5°C | 36.0 days | Carral, 2006 |

Vimba vimba | 3-3.5 | 3.25 days | Coad, 2005 |

Vimba vimba | 2-3 | 2.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Vimba vimba | 2-10 | 6.0 days | Keith and Allardi, 2001 |

Vimba vimba | 8.2 [13.2°C], 3 [19.1°C] | 8.2 days | Herzig and Winkler, 1986 |

Vimba vimba | 5-10 | 7.5 days | Maitland, 1977 |

Vimba vimba | 5 at about 18-20°C [Also described at 3.5-4 days at 13-15°C] | 19.0 days | Wajdowicz, 1974 |

Vimba vimba | Hatching occurred on the 5th day within 6 hours after reaching 80-90 degree-days | 85.0 days | Lusk, 2005 |

Vimba vimba | Embryonic development lasts for 3-4 days at 20-24°C, but can extend to 7 days at lower temperatures | 3.5 days | Luszczek, 2008 |

Gambusia affinis | The gestation period is 21-28 days | 24.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Gambusia affinis | A normal gestation period for moquitofish is 3-4 weeks | 3.5 days | Meefe, 1987 |

Gambusia affinis | The ovarian events between two successive parturitions were summarized as follows: active vitellogenesis (days 0-3), maturation and fertilization (days 3-5), progress of embryonic developmentand beginning of vitellogenesis for the following gestation (day 10), and pre-parturition and progress of vitellogenesis (day 20). | 1.5 days | Koya, 2000 |

Esox masquinongy | 8-14 days at 11.7-17.2 | 11.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Esox masquinongy | 8-15 days at 50-62°F | 11.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Esox masquinongy | 8-14 | 11.0 days | Pennslylvania fishes, 2006 |

Esox masquinongy | 8-14 at 53-63 °F | 11.0 days | Wynne, 2006 |

Esox masquinongy | Require 10 days to hatch at 15°C | 10.0 days | Farrell, 2005 |

Esox masquinongy | Eggs hatch in 2 to 3 weeks | 2.0 days | Clemmons and Newman, 1997 |

Esox niger | 6-12 | 9.0 days | Coffie, 1998 |

Esox niger | 6-12 | 9.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Esox niger | 6-12 | 9.0 days | Anonymous, 2006 |

Esox niger | 6-12 | 9.0 days | Wynne, 2006 |

Esox lucius | 8-15 | 11.5 days | Hovarth, 1992 |

Esox lucius | 10-12 | 11.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Esox lucius | 15-30 [Depending on the water temperature] | 22.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Esox lucius | 30.9 [5.8°C], 15.2 [9.0°C], 9.4 [12.0°C], 6.3 [15°C], 4.7 [18°C] | 30.9 days | Chauveheid and Billard, 1983 |

Esox lucius | 10-12 [At 11.5°] | 11.0 days | Dorier, 1938 |

Esox lucius | 10-11 | 10.5 days | Bryan, 1967 |

Esox lucius | 23-29 [6°C], 4-5 [18°C] | 26.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Esox lucius | 12-14 days at prevailing water temperatures, but 4-5 days at 17.8-20°C | 13.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Esox lucius | 10-14 days | 12.0 days | Kennedy, 1969 |

Esox lucius | 14-21 | 17.5 days | Bagenal, 1971 |

Esox lucius | 12-14 [At 10°C], but 4-5 [17.8-20.0°C] | 13.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Esox lucius | 13 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 13.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Esox lucius | 11-12 [At 12°C] | 11.5 days | Wurtz, 1944 |

Esox lucius | Yolk-sac fry hatched 8-12 days after fertilization at 15°C | 10.0 days | Giles, 1986 |

Esox lucius | Eggs hatch in 1-3-1/2 weeks, usually in 10-18 days at 52-42°F | 2.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Lota lota | 30-60 | 45.0 days | Persat, 2001 |

Lota lota | 30 days at 5.5°C | 30.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Lota lota | 30 [6.1°C], 71 [0-3.6°C] | 1.8 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Lota lota | Eggs incubate for 3-4 months | 3.5 days | Bradbury, 1999 |

Lota lota | Takes about 30 days to hatch | 30.0 days | Anonymous, 2003 |

Lota lota | Last about 3 months at 1°C, also described as 27-60 days, 77-78 days. | 43.5 days | Kujawa, 2002 |

Lota lota | Eggs hatch in 30 days at 43°F | 30.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Gasterosteus aculeatus | 7 | 7.0 days | Internet, 2005 |

Gasterosteus aculeatus | 8 [17-18°C], 15 [8-9°C] | 17.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Gasterosteus aculeatus | 6 [17°C] | 6.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Gasterosteus aculeatus | 7 [19°C] | 7.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Gasterosteus aculeatus | 10-17 | 13.5 days | Poulin and Fitzgerald, 1989 |

Gasterosteus aculeatus | 6.5-8.5 [At 20°C], hatcing time is decreased in freshwater | 7.5 days | Belanger, 1987 |

Gasterosteus aculeatus | Eggs hatch in 4-27 days | 15.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Pungitius pungitius | 8-15 at 10°C | 11.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Pungitius pungitius | 10-20 | 15.0 days | Lafaille and Feunteun, 2001 |

Pungitius pungitius | 7 days at 18°C | 7.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Pungitius pungitius | 4-6.75 days [96 hours at 20°C, 162 hours at 15°C] | 5.375 days | Shadrin, 1996 |

Pungitius pungitius | Embryogenesis lasts about seven days (162 hours) at 15°C | 162.0 days | Shadrin and Ozernyuk, 2002 |

Pungitius pungitius | Eggs hatch in 9 days or less, in 4 or 5 days at 64-66°F | 65.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Ambloplites rupestris | 3-4 | 3.5 days | Carrel, 2001 |

Ambloplites rupestris | 3-4 days at 20.5-21°C | 3.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Ambloplites rupestris | 5 days in natural conditions | 5.0 days | Gross and Nowell, 1980 |

Ambloplites rupestris | 3-4 | 3.5 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Ambloplites rupestris | 3-4 days at 69-70°F or 10-12 days at 60°F | 3.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Ambloplites rupestris | 3.5 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 3.5 days | Olden, 2006 |

Ambloplites rupestris | In our study 4.33, in other 4 [At 20.4°C], 48 to 53 hours [At 22-23°C], 3 days | 22.5 days | Noltie and Keenleyside, 1987 |

Lepomis gibbosus | 3 [At 28°C] | 3.0 days | Internet, 2005 |

Lepomis gibbosus | 2-3 | 2.5 days | Carrel, 2001 |

Lepomis gibbosus | 3 [At 28°C] | 3.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Lepomis gibbosus | 3 | 3.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Lepomis gibbosus | 48 hours at 19.0-25.0 | 22.0 days | Rue, 2001 |

Lepomis gibbosus | 4.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 4.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Lepomis gibbosus | Eggs hatch in 10 days or less, in 3 days at 82°F | 10.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Micropterus dolomieui | 2.5 [25.6], 10 [12.8] | 2.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Micropterus dolomieui | 4-10 [Natural conditions in Canada] | 7.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Micropterus dolomieui | 2-4 days | 3.0 days | Rue, 2001 |

Micropterus dolomieui | 12 days [12.8°C], 2-3 days [23-25°C] | 2.5 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Micropterus dolomieui | 5.5 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 5.5 days | Olden, 2006 |

Micropterus dolomieui | 2-4 [Between 20-25°C] | 3.0 days | Siefert, 1974 |

Micropterus dolomieui | About 3 days at 21°C | 3.0 days | Meyer, 1970 |

Micropterus dolomieui | Egg incubation asted 4 days at water temperatures ranging between 15.2 and 18.2°C in natural conditions) | 4.0 days | Turner and MacCrimmon, 1970 |

Micropterus dolomieui | Eggs hatch in 2-15 days at 70-55°F | 8.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Micropterus salmoides | 2 at 22°C (2 to 4 days in natural conditions) | 2.0 days | Heidinger, 1976 |

Micropterus salmoides | 5-6 at 17°C | 5.5 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Micropterus salmoides | 2 at 22°C, 5 at 19°C | 2.0 days | Newburg, 1975 |

Micropterus salmoides | 2-4 (in natural conditions in Alabama) | 3.0 days | Williamson, 1993 |

Micropterus salmoides | 2 [22°C], 5 [18.9°C] | 2.0 days | Internet, 2005 |

Micropterus salmoides | 3-4 days at 20°C | 3.5 days | Carrel and Schlumberger, 2001 |

Micropterus salmoides | 3-5 days in natural conditions in Canada | 4.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Micropterus salmoides | 3-4 days when temperature is between 18.4-19.6°C | 3.5 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Micropterus salmoides | 6.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 6.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Micropterus salmoides | About 4-5 days at 21°C | 4.5 days | Meyer, 1970 |

Micropterus salmoides | 4 days | 4.0 days | Jurgens and Brown, 1954 |

Micropterus salmoides | Hatching was complete within 48 hours from the time of fertilization, at 70-72°F | 71.0 days | Tebo and McCoy, 1964 |

Micropterus salmoides | Eggs hatch in 2-15 days | 8.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Dicentrarchus labrax | 2.3 [17°C], 4.7 [13°C] | 2.3 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Dicentrarchus labrax | 2.9-3.6 [Hatching takes 87 hours at 15°C and 69 hours at 17°C], and in all other studies carried out on sea bass egg 93 hours at 13 and 115 at 13°C for 100% hatching | 3.25 days | Saka, 2001 |

Dicentrarchus labrax | Meadian hatch at 72 hours at 16°C | 72.0 days | Katavic, 1989 |

Dicentrarchus labrax | [Mean of 115 ± 5 hours [At 13°C], 81 ± 3 hours [15°C] and 72 ± 2 [17°C]] | 115.0 days | Dechauvelle and Coves, 1988 |

Dicentrarchus labrax | 112 hours at 15°C, but vary from 70-120 hours dpeending on temperature | 95.0 days | Barnabé, 1980 |

Dicentrarchus labrax | 48-72 hours at 16-17°C | 60.0 days | Cerda, 1994 |

Morone americana | 4-4.5 at 15°C | 4.25 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Morone americana | 2-4 [30 hr at 20°C, 44 to 50 hr at 18°C, 60-72 hr at 15°C] | 3.0 days | Stanley and Danie, 1983 |

Morone americana | 1.5-2.0 | 1.75 days | Everly and Boreman, 1999 |

Morone americana | 1-6 | 3.5 days | Rue, 2001 |

Morone americana | In about 2 days | 2.0 days | North and Houde, 2001 |

Morone americana | 24 hours at 15.6-20°C to 144 hours at 11.1-15.6°C | 17.8 days | Morgan II and Jasin, 1982 |

Morone chrysops | 4.5 [14°C], 3-4 [16°C] but 1 day at 26°C | 3.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Morone chrysops | 2 [15.6°C] | 2.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Morone chrysops | 1.5-2 [36-48 hours at 16-18°C] | 1.75 days | Kohler, 1997 |

Morone chrysops | Eggs hatch within 46 hours at 15.6°C | 46.0 days | Anonymous, 2006 Chapter 3 |

Morone chrysops | 3.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 3.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Morone chrysops | 4 days at 16°C [Between 77 to 93 hours] and 3 days at 19°C | 4.0 days | Siefert, 1974 |

Morone chrysops | Eggs hatch in 46 hours at 60°F | 46.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Morone saxatilis | 2 days at 17-18°C | 17.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Morone saxatilis | 48 hours at 17-20 | 18.5 days | Rue, 2001 |

Morone saxatilis | 3.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 3.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Morone saxatilis | 29-48 hours | 38.5 days | Burdick and Hightower, 2005 |

Morone saxatilis | In about 2 days | 2.0 days | North and Houde, 2001 |

Morone saxatilis | 74 hours at 58°F and 48hours at 67°F | 74.0 days | Merriman, 1937 |

Morone saxatilis | 34-36 hours at 21-22°C | 35.0 days | Woods III, 1992 |

Morone saxatilis | Hatching of viable eggs was completed by 54 h after fertilization at 19 +/- 0.5°C | 19.0 days | Monteleone and Houde, 1990 |

Morone saxatilis | Larvae hatched within 3 days post-fertilization at 16.1°C | 3.0 days | Martin-Robichaud and Peterson, 1998 |

Morone saxatilis | Hatched in approximatively 42 hours at 19°C | 42.0 days | Harrell, 2002 |

Morone saxatilis | Development is rapid, eggs hatch in about 48 hours | 48.0 days | Macintosh and Duston, 2007 |

Gymnocephalus cernuus | 5-12 [At 10-15°C] | 8.5 days | Ogle, 1998 |

Gymnocephalus cernuus | 5-12 [At 10-15°C] | 8.5 days | Crosier, 2005 |

Gymnocephalus cernuus | About 10 | 10.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Gymnocephalus cernuus | 8-10 [at 10-15°C] | 9.0 days | Craig, 2000 |

Gymnocephalus cernuus | [First hatching at 123 hours and 50% left the egg shells 4 hour later, the last larvae hatched within additional 5 hour in their experiment, others give: from 4.5 at 15-16°C to 27-29 at 6°C] | 15.5 days | Bonislawska, 2004 |

Gymnocephalus cernuus | 8-12 | 10.0 days | Maitland, 1977 |

Gymnocephalus cernuus | 5-6 [At 16°C] | 5.5 days | Brown, 1998 |

Perca flavescens | 51 [5.4], 27 [8.0°C], 13 [16°C], 6 [19.7°C] | 51.0 days | Heidinger and Kayes, 1986 |

Perca flavescens | 27 days [8.5-12°C] | 10.25 days | Mansueti, 1964 |

Perca flavescens | 8-10 | 9.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Perca flavescens | 20-27 days at peak temperatures | 23.5 days | Rue, 2001 |

Perca flavescens | 8-10 | 9.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Perca flavescens | 8-10 | 9.0 days | Anonymous, 2006 Chapter 3 |

Perca flavescens | 10-20 days | 15.0 days | Whiteside, 1983 |

Perca flavescens | 9.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 9.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Perca flavescens | Hatching occurred within 12-14 days of fertilization | 13.0 days | Fulford, 2006 |

Perca flavescens | Eggs hatched to days after fertilization | No data | Jentoft, 2002 |

Perca fluviatilis | 7 [17°C], 19 [10°C] | 7.0 days | Thorpe, 1977 |

Perca fluviatilis | 15 at 13.5°C | 15.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Perca fluviatilis | 8 at 13°C | 8.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Perca fluviatilis | 14-27 | 20.5 days | Dalimier and Voss, 1982 |

Perca fluviatilis | 27 [At 6.6°C] to 14 [11.8°C] | 27.0 days | Dalimier, 1982 |

Perca fluviatilis | 8-16 | 12.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Perca fluviatilis | 8 | 8.0 days | Bagenal, 1971 |

Perca fluviatilis | The incubation temperature was 11.1°C until the time of 50% hatching (day 19) | 11.1 days | Jentoft, 2006 |

Sander lucioperca | 6-10 | 8.0 days | Hovarth, 1992 |

Sander lucioperca | 10-16 | 13.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Sander lucioperca | 12 [10°C], 3-4 [20°C] | 3.5 days | Deeler and Willemsen, 1964 |

Sander lucioperca | Depending on the temperature, the larval development takes 5-9 days | 7.0 days | Lehtonen, 1996 |

Sander lucioperca | 7 days at 15°C | 7.0 days | Schlumberger and Proteau, 1993 |

Sander vitreus | 11-13 [11-15°C] | 12.0 days | Craig, 2000 |

Sander vitreus | 12-18 | 15.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Sander vitreus | 12-18 | 15.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Sander vitreus | 12-18, as early as 7 days [13.9°C] to 26 days [4.4°C] | 15.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Sander vitreus | 12-18 | 15.0 days | Anonymous, 2006 Chapter 3 |

Sander vitreus | 15.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 15.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Sander vitreus | 26 days at 5.5-12.2°C | 8.85 days | Hurley, 1972 |

Sander vitreus | Days to 95% hatch 14-18 [At 12.4-12.9°C] and 14-19 [12.1-13.2°C] | 16.0 days | Oseid and Smith, 1971 |

Sander vitreus | Days to median hatch: 34 days at [6°C], 27 [8.9°C], 15 [12°C], 10 [15.°C], 7 [18.1°C] | 34.0 days | Koenst and Smith, 1976 |

Sander vitreus | 26 [At 4.4°C], 21 [At 10-12.8°C], 7 [At 13.9°C] | 11.4 days | Malison and Held, 1996b |

Sander vitreus | 14 days, temperature not specified | 14.0 days | Moodie, 1989 |

Coregonus lavaretus | 190 | 190.0 days | Bogdanov, 1984 |

Coregonus lavaretus | 90-100 | 95.0 days | Coad, 2006 |

Coregonus lavaretus | 45-125 [340 degree days [At 2.7°C], 420 [4.9°C] and 363 [7.9°C]] | 85.0 days | Bagenal, 1970 |

Coregonus lavaretus | About 100 | 100.0 days | Maitland, 1977 |

Coregonus lavaretus | The eggs were stripped from broodstock in November and incubated in jars. Hatching took place on 4-5 April | 4.5 days | Koskela and Eskelinen, 1992 |

Coregonus lavaretus | The time of the onset and average duration (days) of the same stages of embryonic development of Coregonus lavaretus baunti 78-81 and duration : 79, and Coregonus lavaretus 200-220, and duration 210. | 79.5 days | Chernyaev, 2007 |

Coregonus albula | 45 [9.9°C] to 183 [1.1°C] | 45.0 days | Luczynski and Kirklewska, 1984 |

Coregonus albula | 100-120 | 110.0 days | Maitland, 1977 |

Coregonus albula | [November to early May] | No data | Karjalainen, 1991 |

Coregonus albula | In natural conditions vary, from a mean of 64.7 days (range 58-71), mean of 80.4 (range 74-88), mean of 113.6 (range 108-121) | 64.5 days | Wilkonska, 1994 |

Coregonus albula | Eggs from Lake Pyhäselkä, incubated in the laboratory at 2.3°C, reached 50% hatching after 182 days incubation, but the same group in the lake at a temperature of 2.1°C, reached 70% hatching after 174 days, eggs from Lake Orivesi, incubated in the laboratory, (at 2.4°C), reached 50% hatching after 169 days, but eggs in the lake (2°C) reached 74% hatching after 164 days. Overall incubation days to 50% hathcing ranged from 119-217 | 168.0 days | Viljanen and Koho, 1991 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | 140-150 days at 2.0-2.2°C | 145.0 days | Harris and Huslman, 2001 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | 59 [7.8°C], 111.5 [4.0], 152.5 [2.0] | 59.0 days | Brooke, 1975 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | 140 [0.5°C] | 140.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | 150-170 | 160.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | 60.7 [5°C], 34.6 [7.5°C], 24.0 [10°C] and 18.2 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 60.7 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | About 140 days | 140.0 days | Anonymous, 2006 Chapter 3 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | 4-6 months | 5.0 days | Bradbury, 1999 |

Coregonus clupeaformis | Hatching occured between 84 and 101 days (mean of 94) at an average temperature of 3.4°C (± 0.3°C) | 84.0 days | Brown and Taylor, 1992 |

Hucho hucho | 138.2 [2°], 50 [6°C], 20.4 [12°C], 13.5 [16°C] | 138.2 days | Jungwirth and Winkler, 1984 |

Hucho hucho | About 30 | 30.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Hucho hucho | 20 days at 12°C | 20.0 days | Holcik, 1990 |

Hucho hucho | About 30 | 30.0 days | Perrin, 2001 |

Hucho hucho | 31 | 31.0 days | Jatteau, 1991 |

Hucho hucho | Estimates of the number of days required for 50% of egg to hatch: 55 [5°C], 23 [10°C], and 14 [15°C] [In different populations: 32 [At 5.1-16.0°C], 18 [At 4.0-16.0°C]] | 10.55 days | Humpesch, 1985 |

Hucho hucho | About 3 weeks at 12°C | 3.0 days | Jungwirth, 1978 |

Hucho hucho | The beginning was on the 31st day, mass hatching begining on the 32nd day, and hathcing finishing on the 34th day at an average temperature of 9.25°C | 31.0 days | Penaz and Prihoda, 1981 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 103 [10°C], 139 [7°C], 195 [4°C] | 103.0 days | Groot, 1996 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 74-76 at 8°C for 50% hatching with n = 6543 [124-128 at 4°C and 52-54 at 12°C] | 75.0 days | Beacham and Murray, 1986 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 61-130 days at 4.5°C | 95.5 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 109.0 [5°C], 80.9 [7.5°C], 63.0 [10°C] and 54.0 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 109.0 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 54.8 [10.5°C], 58 [9.6°C], 61.8 [9.7°C], 74.3 [7.3°C], 80.5 [6.0°C], 87.7 [5.2°C], 96.6 [5.1°C] and 133.6 [2.9°C] | 54.8 days | Murray and Beacham, 1986 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 140 [3°C], 95 [6°C], 69 [10°C], 58 [12°C] deduced from graph | 140.0 days | Beacham and Murray, 1990 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 50% hatch at: 39.8 [14°C], 47.2 [11°C], 72.2 [8°C], 99 [5°C] | 50.0 days | Murray and McPhail, 1988 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 9-10 weeks at 12± 0.5°C | 12.0 days | Macquarrie, 1979 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | 74 [7°C], 69 [9°C], 62 [11°C], 51 [13°C] and 47 [15°C] | 74.0 days | Kwain, 1982 |

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | Egg development from fertilization to 50% hatch at various constant temperatures: 125 days [At 3.0°C], 98.8 days [At 6°C], 74 days [At 8°C], 61 days [At 10.4°C], 47 days [At 15°C] | 50.0 days | Velsen,1987 |

Oncorhynchus keta | 180 [3-4°C in natural conditions], 240 [1-8°C in natural conditions] | 3.5 days | Leman, 1993 |

Oncorhynchus keta | 117-122 in natural conditions | 119.5 days | Volobuev and Volobuev, 2000 |

Oncorhynchus keta | 99.6 [5°C], 72.3 [7.5°C], 54.4 [10°C] and 42.7 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 99.6 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Oncorhynchus keta | 46 [7-15°], 62-63 [11-11.5°C], 122-128 [3.4°C] | 11.0 days | Bakkala, 1970 |

Oncorhynchus keta | 150 [3°C], 88 [6°C], 55 [10°C] and 48 [12°C] deduced from graph | 150.0 days | Beacham and Murray, 1990 |

Oncorhynchus keta | 44.3 [12.1°C], 49.2 [10.6°C], 65.9 [8.1°C], 88.6 [5.6°C], 113.6 [4.2°C] | 44.3 days | Murray and Beacham, 1987 |

Oncorhynchus keta | 46.2 [14°C], 52.4 [11°C], 66.6 [8°C], 96.6 [5°C] | 46.2 days | Murray and McPhail, 1988 |

Oncorhynchus keta | In Central coast: time to 50% hatching 186.8 [At 2.2°C], 124.5 [4.1°C] and 69.3 [8.1°C] | 50.0 days | Beacham and Murray, 1987 |

Oncorhynchus keta | Egg development from fertilization to 50% hatch at various constant temperatures: 130.2 days [At 3.0°C], 80.8 days [At 6°C], 65.5 days [At 8.2°C], 57.5 days [At 10°C], 34 days [At 15.1°C] | 50.0 days | Velsen,1987 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 137 [In natural conditions with T ranging from 0-3.5°C] | 1.75 days | Groot, 1996 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 35-50, and as much as 115 | 42.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 6 or 7 weeks | 6.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 150-165 | 157.5 days | Granath, 2004 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 2-5 months at 32-36°F | 3.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 93.6 [5°C], 63.1 [7.5°C], 45.9 [10°C] and 35.6 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 93.6 days | Jensen, 1980 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 130 [3°C], 70 [6°C], 50 [10°C], 40 [12°C] | 130.0 days | Beacham and Murray, 1990 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | 31.5 [14°C], 42 [11°C], 62.7 [8.0°C], 86.9 [5.0°C], 114.7 [2.0°C] | 31.5 days | Murray and McPhail, 1988 |

Oncorhynchus kisutch | Egg development from fertilization to 50% hatch at various constant temperatures: 147 days [At 3.0°C], 78.3 days [At 6°C], 58 days [At 8.4°C], 44 days [At 10.2°C], 32 days [At 14.4°C] | 50.0 days | Velsen,1987 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | 28-49 | 38.5 days | Groot, 1996 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | 4-7 weeks | 5.5 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | 4-7 weeks | 5.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | About 8 weeks | 8.0 days | Coad, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | 103.5 [3.9°C] and 19 [15°C] | 103.5 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | 70.7 [5°C], 47.2 [7.5°C], 32.9 [10°C] and 24.8 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch for steelhead | 70.7 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | 25.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 25.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | Estimates of the number of days required for 50% of egg to hatch: 73 [5°C], 33 [10°C], and 21 [15°C] [In different populations: 63 [At 4-13.0°C], 29-48 [At 3.4-18.9°C], 63 [At 3.1-15.4°C], 36-50[At 3-15°C], 26-31 [At 9-14°C]] | 8.5 days | Humpesch, 1985 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | 101 [3.23°C], 45 [7.2°C], 29.6 [10°C], 18 [15.5°C] | 101.0 days | Embody, 1934 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | For female age 3: mean was 38, range 34-41 [At 9°C], 32, range 28-36 [At 10°C], 26, range 23-29 [at 12°C] and 22, range 20-23 [At 14°C] | 37.5 days | Kamler and Kato, 1983 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | At 6°C, hatching occurs after 81 days | 6.0 days | Ninness, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | Rainbow trout embryo test organisms and control ones began to hatch 34 days after the start of fertilization. The control embryos hatched in 7-8 days | 7.5 days | Stasiunaite and Kazlauskiene, 2002 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | Egg development from fertilization to 50% hatch at various constant temperatures: 111 days [At 3°C], 51.9 days [At 6°C], 41 days [At 8°C], 34 days [At 10°C], 18 days [At 17.5°C] | 50.0 days | Velsen,1987 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | Time to 50% hatch in controls was 29 days | 50.0 days | Brauner and Wood, 2002 |

Oncorhynchus mykiss | Rainbow trout hatch after approximately 22 days at 13°C | 22.0 days | Gibb, 2007 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | 42-63 [Take 6 to 9 weeks in most areas but may require as long as 5 months] | 52.5 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | 120-124 [5°C], 74-77 [9°C], 51-54 [12.2] | 122.0 days | Hendry, 1998 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | 6-20 weeks at 59-39°F | 13.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | 122.8 [5°C], 90.5 [7.5°C], 69.3 [10°C] and 55.4 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 122.8 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | 94.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 94.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | 155 [3°C], 100 [6°C], 70 [10°C], 60 [12°C] | 155.0 days | Beacham and Murray, 1990 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | 47 [14°C], 51.8 [11°C], 76.9 [8°C], 119.5 [5°C], 206.4 [2°C] | 47.0 days | Murray and McPhail, 1988 |

Oncorhynchus nerka | Egg development from fertilization to 50% hatch at various constant temperatures: 177 days [At 3.2°C], 113.8 days [At 6°C], 80 days [At 8°C], 63 days [At 10°C], 44.6 days [At 15°C] | 50.0 days | Velsen,1987 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 50-55 at 10-12.5°C | 52.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 50-84 [7 to 9 weeks, and up to 12] | 67.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 193 [2°C], 149 [3°C], 120 [4°C], 100 [5°C], 85 [6°C], 74 [7°C], 65 [8°C], 58 [9°C] | 193.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | Eggs usually hatch in less than 4 months | 4.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 102.4 [5°C], 70.3 [7.5°C], 52.6 [10°C] and 42.1 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 102.4 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 95 [6°C], 71 [8°C], 55 [10°C], and 44 [12°C] | 95.0 days | Heming, 1982 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | At constant temperature: 204 [At 1.7°C], 157.5 [3.0°C], 120.1 [4.5°C], 76.8 [7.2°C], 46 [11.1°C], 41.9 [12.7°C] and 34.3 [15.3] and numerous other examples. At ambient temperatures: 172 [2.3°C], 132 [3.8°C], 112 [4.3°C], 97.6 [5.3°C], 62.5 [8.4°C], 42.3 [12.9°C] and 32.7 [15°C] | 204.0 days | Alderdice and Velsen, 1978 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 160 [3°C], 90 [6°C], 55 [10°C], 42 [12°C] | 160.0 days | Beacham and Murray, 1990 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 43.5 [12.1°C], 51.7 [10.5°C], 68.1 [8.4°C], 96.5 [5.5°C], 125.1 [4.4°C] | 43.5 days | Murray and Beacham, 1987 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | 38.4 [14°C], 46.9 [11°C], 67.1 [8.0°C], 101.5 [5°C], 202 [2.0°C] | 38.4 days | Murray and McPhail, 1988 |

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | Egg development from fertilization to 50% hatch at various constant temperatures: 160.3 days [At 3.0°C], 95 [At 6°C], 69 days [At 8°C], 55 days [At 10°C], 33 days [At 15°C], 28 [At 18.1°C] | 50.0 days | Velsen,1987 |

Salmo salar | 160 [1.1°C], 110 [3.9°C], 90 [7.2°C] | 160.0 days | Groot, 1996 |

Salmo salar | Usually 110 days at 3.9°C | 110.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Salmo salar | 214-232 at 0.65-1.31°C [Time to 50% hatch] | 223.0 days | Heggberget and Wallace, 1984 |

Salmo salar | 110 days at 3.9 [Up to 195 days] | 110.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Salmo salar | 98.3 [5°C], 66.8 [7.5°C], 47.7 [10°C] and 35.4 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 98.3 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Salmo salar | 56 [11°C] and 65 [8.3°C] [Total incubation times were: 56 days for eggs in 53°F water, 65 days for eggs in 47°F water] | 56.0 days | Dumas, 1966 |

Salmo salar | 3 months in natural conditions at 7°C | 3.0 days | Bensettiti and Gaudillat, 2002 |

Salmo salar | Eggs in the heated-water groups started to hatch on 27 January, 60 days post fertilization, and hatch was complete in all families by 31 January. Eggs incubated at ambient temperature hatched between 12 and 19 March (105 and 112 days post fertilization) | 27.0 days | Johnston and McLay, 1997 |

Salmo salar | Time of beginning of stages (days) in freshwater salmon embryos: 114 +/- 1.3 [At 4.1°C], and 83 +/- 0.9 [At 5.7°C] | 114.0 days | Ryzhkov, 1979 |

Salmo salar | 144 days after fertilization | 144.0 days | Berg, 2001 |

Salmo salar | Eggs hatch in 110-200 days at 39°F or less, in mid-March to early May but usually in April | 155.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Salmo salar | The embryonic and larval development of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L,, which occurs in the gravel of redds between December and the beginning of April at the sourthen edge of the species range | No data | Dumas and Marty, 2006 |

Salmo trutta fario | 239.4 [2°C], 117.4 [4°C], 54.2 [8°C], 33.8 [12°C] | 239.4 days | Jungwirth and Winkler, 1984 |

Salmo trutta fario | 40 [10°C] | 40.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Salmo trutta fario | 48-52 [10.6°C], 30-33 [13.9°C] | 50.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Salmo trutta fario | 105 [4°C], 50 [8°C], 40 [10°C] and 30 days [12°C] | 105.0 days | Ojanguren and Brana, 2003 |

Salmo trutta fario | 90.4 [5°C], 57.9 [7.5°C], 38.3 [10°C] and 26 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 90.4 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Salmo trutta fario | 44-48 days at 9.8 ±1.1°C | 9.8 days | Ojanguren, 1996 |

Salmo trutta fario | Mean number of days to 50% hatching was 50 at 8.3 ±1.1 | 8.3 days | Olsen and Vollestad, 2001 |

Salmo trutta fario | Estimates of the number of days required for 50% of egg to hatch: 72 [5°C], 40 [10°C], and 29 [15°C] [In different populations: 49-69 [At 1.4-15.0°C]] | 59.0 days | Humpesch, 1985 |

Salmo trutta fario | 148 [1.89°C], 122 [2.71°C], 95 [5.05°C], 46 [9.18°C] and 34.0 [11.24°C] | 148.0 days | Embody, 1934 |

Salmo trutta fario | 50% hatch at 50 days at 8°C | 50.0 days | Luckenbach, 2001 |

Salmo trutta fario | Number of fays from fertilisation to hatching 165 [At 2.8°C], 103 [At 5°C], 81 [At 6.6°C], 47 [At 10°C] and 32 [At 12.2°C] | 165.0 days | Gray, 1928 |

Salmo trutta fario | Eggs hatch in 1-5 months at 57-35°F, usually in early February-early May | 3.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 97 [4°], 36 [12°] | 97.0 days | Groot, 1986 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 248.3 [2°C], 116.2 [4°C], 55.4 [8°C], 36.1 [12°C] | 248.3 days | Jungwirth and Winkler, 1984 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 60-70 [At 4.4°C] | 65.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 112-139 [3.1°C], 50-58 [8.9°C] | 125.5 days | Pavlov, 1994 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 83-89 at 6°C | 86.0 days | Wedekind and Müller, 2004 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 64-80 or 70-80 | 72.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 60-80 | 70.0 days | Bagenal, 1971 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 89.6 [5°C], 56.8 [7.5°C], 37.8 [10°C] and 26.1 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 89.6 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Salvelinus alpinus | Estimates of the number of days required for 50% of egg to hatch: 74 [5°C], 48 [10°C], and not evaluated at 15°C [In different populations: 74-166 [At 1.4-13.0°C], 101 [2.0-12.0], 42 [4.0-13.0], 56-72 [1.0-12.0]] | 120.0 days | Humpesch, 1985 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 96.7 ± 1.0 [At 4°C], 75.7 ± 0.2 [6°C], 53.7 ± 0.3 [8°C], 41.3 ± 0.3 [10°C] and 35.5 ± 0.2 [12°C] | 96.7 days | Swift, 1965 |

Salvelinus alpinus | About 85-90 at 6.4 ± 0.1 | 6.4 days | Papst and Hopky, 1984 |

Salvelinus alpinus | 90-106 days at 4.9°C (range 4.4-5.1°C) | 98.0 days | Valdimarsson, 2002 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 75 days at 9.4°C until emergence | 75.0 days | Mirza, 2001 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 100 days at 5°C | 100.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 100 [5°C], 75 [6.1°C], 50 [10°C] | 100.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | About 100 in natural conditions | 100.0 days | Fraser, 1985 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 47 [10°C] to 165 [2.8°C] | 47.0 days | Coad, 2006 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 50 [Uniform temperature of 10°C], 100 days [4°C] | 50.0 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 91.7 [5°C], 64.2 [7.5°C], 46.5 [10°C] and 34.5 [12.5°C] for 50% hatch | 91.7 days | Jensen, 1997 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 52 days at 7.98°C | 52.0 days | Bascinar and Okumus, 2004 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | Hatching started on day 55, and 50% hatching occured on day 58 | 55.0 days | Bascinar, 2003 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 109.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 109.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | Estimates of the number of days required for 50% of egg to hatch: 74 [5°C], 44 [10°C], and not evaluated at 15°C [In different populations: 52-188 [At 1.4-15.4°C]] | 120.0 days | Humpesch, 1985 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | 142.5 [1.64°C], 122 [3.02°C], 83 [5.65°C], 60 [7.86°C] and 31 [13.45°C] and numerous other examples | 142.5 days | Embody, 1934 |

Salvelinus fontinalis | Eggs hatch in 32-165 days at 54-37°F, usually in February-March | 98.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Salvelinus namaycush | 105-147 | 126.0 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Salvelinus namaycush | 105-147 [15-21 weeks] | 126.0 days | Perrin, 2001 |

Salvelinus namaycush | 15-21 weeks, hatching normally occurs between mid-February and late March | 18.0 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Salvelinus namaycush | 105-147 [15-21 weeks at 0.3-1°C] | 126.0 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Salvelinus namaycush | Normally hatch in about 50 days at 10°C [15 to 21 weeks at temperatures between 0.1-10°C] | 5.05 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Salvelinus namaycush | 150.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning water temperatures] | 150.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Salvelinus namaycush | Incubate for 4-5 months over winter | 4.5 days | Bradbury, 1999 |

Salvelinus namaycush | Initial hatch after 70 days and 90% hatch after 81 days at 7°C and 49 days and 56 days at 10°C respectively | 70.0 days | Carlson and Siebert, 1974 |

Salvelinus namaycush | 162.3 [1.83°C], 86.3 [5.1°C], 80.5 [6.72°C], and 49 [10°C] | 162.3 days | Embody, 1934 |

Salvelinus namaycush | Eggs hatch in 2-5 months at 47-35°F, in late January-May | 3.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Stenodus leucichthys | 180-220 | 200.0 days | Belyaeva, 2005 |

Stenodus leucichthys | 250-260 | 255.0 days | Chereshnev, 2000 |

Stenodus leucichthys | 180-200 | 190.0 days | Coad, 2006 |

Thymallus thymallus | 105.8 [2°], 41.4 [6°C], 16.7 [12°C], 10.8 [16°C] | 105.8 days | Jungwirth and Winkler, 1984 |

Thymallus thymallus | 15-20 [10°C] | 17.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Thymallus thymallus | 16-21 [9.0-10.5°C] | 18.5 days | Zaytsev, 1986 |

Thymallus thymallus | 18-30, and about 18-20 at 10°C | 24.0 days | Maitland, 1977 |

Thymallus thymallus | Estimates of the number of days required for 50% of egg to hatch: 51 [5°C], 20 [10°C], and 11 [15°C] [In different populations: 17-28 [At 3.5-18.8°C], 12-16 [At 3.3-19°C], 17-29 [At 4.0-18.0°C]] | 22.5 days | Humpesch, 1985 |

Thymallus thymallus | At mean water temperature of 10.2°C, the incubation (till the hatching of 50% of embryos) lasts, in one experiment, 387 hours, in the second one, 409 hours, at 13.0°C, 242 hours [Others stated: 22-23 days at 8.5-9°C, 22 days at 8-10°C, 14-25 at 8°C] | 22.5 days | Penaz, 1975 |

Thymallus thymallus | Time of embryonic development till mass hatching is from 37 days at temperature 3.3°C to 7 days at temperature of 16.7°C. In Lopuszna hatchery hatching takes place after 27-46 days | 36.5 days | Kokurewicz, 1980 |

Thymallus thymallus | 26 days [At 6.9°C], 15-16 days [At 10°C] | 15.5 days | Vivier, 1958 |

Thymallus arcticus | 11-12 | 11.5 days | Fishbase, 2006 |

Thymallus arcticus | 13-18 days at 11-12°C | 15.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Thymallus arcticus | 16-18 days at 9°C | 17.0 days | Northcote, 1995 |

Thymallus arcticus | 16.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 16.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Thymallus arcticus | Most eggs hatched after 14-19 days after fertilization | 16.5 days | Kaya, 1989 |

Thymallus arcticus | 13.7 at 8.8°C | 13.7 days | Bishop, 1971 |

Cottus gobio | 30 | 30.0 days | Spillmann, 1961 |

Cottus gobio | 20-25 [30 at 11°C] | 22.5 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Cottus gobio | 20 at 12°C | 20.0 days | Persat, 2001 |

Cottus gobio | 4 weeks | 4.0 days | Bagenal, 1971 |

Cottus gobio | 20-30 days | 25.0 days | Tomlinson and Perrow, 2003 |

Cottus gobio | About 30 days at 11°C | 30.0 days | Bensettiti and Gaudillat, 2002 |

Ameiurus nebulosus | 5 [At 25°C], 6-9 [20.6-23.3] | 7.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Ameiurus nebulosus | 6-9 [At 20.6-23.3] | 7.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Ameiurus nebulosus | 5-7 | 6.0 days | Rue, 2001 |

Ameiurus nebulosus | 5-20 days at 77°F | 12.5 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Ameiurus nebulosus | 7.5 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 7.5 days | Olden, 2006 |

Ameiurus nebulosus | 13 days | 13.0 days | Internet, 2001 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 7-10 [At 24-26°C], 6 [At 24°C] | 8.5 days | Internet, 2005 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 4.5 [At 28-29°C], 5 [26-28°C] | 28.5 days | Makeeva and Emel'yanova, 1993 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 5-10 days [15.6-27.8] | 7.5 days | Scott and Crossman, 1973 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 5-10 days | 7.5 days | Grizzle, 1985 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 6-7 [27°C], 9-10 [15.6-18.4°C], 5-10 [15.6-27.8°], eggs will not develop below 15.5°C and develop best at 27°C | 6.5 days | Kerr and Grant, 1999 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 5-10 | 7.5 days | Rue, 2001 |

Ictalurus punctatus | Hatch in 5 days at 72-82°F and in 10 days at 60°F | 77.0 days | Goodyear, 1982 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 7-10 | 8.5 days | Anonymous, 2006 Chapter 3 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 6.0 [Mean time to egg hatch within the range of average post-spawning the range post-spawning water temperatures] | 6.0 days | Olden, 2006 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 5-8 at 25-28°C | 6.5 days | Legendre, 1997 |

Ictalurus punctatus | 5 | 5.0 days | Hecht, 1996 |

Silurus glanis | 2.5-3 | 2.75 days | Hovarth, 1992 |

Silurus glanis | 2-3 days at 22-25°C | 2.5 days | Legendre, 1997 |

Silurus glanis | 2.5 days at 23-25°C | 24.0 days | Stevic, 1997 |

Silurus glanis | 2.5-3 [22°C] | 2.75 days | Bruslé and Quignard, 2001 |

Silurus glanis | 2.5-3 [At 22-23°C] | 2.75 days | Linhart, 2002 |

Silurus glanis | About 2.5 days [at 18-20°C] | 19.0 days | Linhart, 2005 |

Osmerus eperlanus | 10-14 | 12.0 days | Belyanina, 1969 |

Osmerus eperlanus | 29 days [6-7°C], 25 days [7-8°C], 19 days [9-10°C], 11 days [12°C], 8 days at [16.5°C] | 6.5 days | Buckley, 1989 |

Osmerus eperlanus | 20-35 | 27.5 days | Rochard, 2001 |

Osmerus eperlanus | Hatching normally occurs after 20-35 days depending on temperature | 27.5 days | Quigley, 2004 |

Osmerus eperlanus | Hatching completes at all temperatures: 200 ts, with ts 152 min at 9.5°C, 116 at 10.8°C, 98 at 12°C, 76 at 13.8°C and 48 at 18.3°C, i.e. : 21.1 days [At 9.5°C], 16.1 days [At 10.8°C], 13.6 days [At12.0°C], 10.5 days [At 13.8°C], and 6.7 days [At 18.3°C] | 200.0 days | Gorodilov and Melnikova, 2006 |

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