Bensettiti and Gaudillat, 2002



Citation


Bensettiti, F. and Gaudillat, V. (2002) Connaissance et gestion des habitats et des espèces d'intérêt communautaire., pp.

Associated characteristics


Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Mating system One male and one female per spanwing act Ambiguous
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Nycthemeral period of oviposition During the night Night
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Parental care Die after reproduction No category
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Coarse gravel Lithophils
Aspius aspius Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Gravels Lithophils
Chondrostoma toxostoma Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Coarse gravel Lithophils
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Gravel Lithophils
Chondrostoma toxostoma Spawning conditions Spawning site preparation Eggs are deposited on the substrate Susbtrate chooser
Rhodeus sericeus Spawning conditions Spawning site preparation Maes defend a territory around a mussel, for amarus No category
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning site preparation Female digs a nest Susbtrate chooser
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Spawning temperature Above 15, stops if below 15.0 °C
Alosa fallax Spawning conditions Spawning temperature >15 15.0 °C
Chondrostoma toxostoma Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 11-13 12.0 °C
Rhodeus sericeus Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 15-21 for amarus 18.0 °C
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning period duration 3 to 14 days 3.0 weeks
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Spawning water type Water with current Flowing or turbulent water
Cobitis taenia Spawning conditions Spawning water type Water with current Flowing or turbulent water
Aspius aspius Spawning conditions Spawning water type Water with strong current Flowing or turbulent water
Chondrostoma toxostoma Spawning conditions Spawning water type Small rivers with strong current Flowing or turbulent water
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning water type Water with current Flowing or turbulent water
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Spawning depth Shallow No data
Cobitis taenia Spawning conditions Spawning depth Shallow No data
Chondrostoma toxostoma Spawning conditions Spawning depth Shallow water No data
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning depth 0.5-1 0.75 m
Alosa fallax Female Female sexual dimorphism Female are usually older and bigger than males Absent
Salmo salar Female Maximum GSI value 25 [Not specified] 25.0 percent
Aspius aspius Egg Egg adhesiveness Stick to stones or plants Adhesive
Salmo salar Egg Egg adhesiveness Slightly adhesive Adhesive
Cottus gobio Egg Egg adhesiveness Stick to rock Adhesive
Alosa alosa Egg Incubation time 4-8 6.0 days
Alosa fallax Egg Incubation time 3-5 4.0 days
Cobitis taenia Egg Incubation time 8 days at 15°C 8.0 days
Aspius aspius Egg Incubation time 10-17 13.5 days
Salmo salar Egg Incubation time 3 months in natural conditions at 7°C 3.0 days
Cottus gobio Egg Incubation time About 30 days at 11°C 30.0 days
Alosa alosa Female Relative fecundity 100-250 175.0 thousand eggs/kg
Alosa fallax Female Relative fecundity 85-150 117.5 thousand eggs/kg
Salmo salar Female Relative fecundity 1-2 1.5 thousand eggs/kg
Alosa alosa Female Age at sexual maturity 4 [Male] 4.0 years
Alosa fallax Female Age at sexual maturity Between 3-4 and 4-5 depedning on populations [Sex not specified] 3.5 years
Rhodeus sericeus Female Age at sexual maturity 1 [Both sex for amarus] 1.0 years
Alosa alosa Egg Temperature for incubation >17 17.0 °C
Alosa fallax Egg Temperature for incubation >17-18 17.5 °C
Cobitis taenia Egg Temperature for incubation 15 15.0 °C
Aspius aspius Egg Temperature for incubation In experimental conditions, best results were obtained between 7-17.2°C, and the best at 12.8°C 12.1 °C
Salmo salar Egg Temperature for incubation At about 7°C 7.0 °C
Cottus gobio Egg Temperature for incubation 11 11.0 °C
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Spawning migration distance Up tp 650 km from the sea 650.0 km
Alosa fallax Spawning conditions Spawning migration distance Up to 250 km from sea (Vienne) and to 500 km (Saône), but also in estuary 250.0 km
Aspius aspius Spawning conditions Spawning migration distance Anadromos migrations in shoals No data
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning migration distance Could migrate up to several thousands km No data
Alosa alosa Egg Egg Buoyancy Sink to the bottom Semi-Pelagic
Alosa fallax Egg Egg Buoyancy Sink to the bottom Semi-Pelagic
Salmo salar Egg Egg Buoyancy Heavier than water Demersal
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Spawning migration period February to June ['February', 'June']
Alosa fallax Spawning conditions Spawning migration period Later than allis shad, and during a shorter time No data
Alosa alosa Egg Oocyte diameter 1-2 [Not specified] 1.5 mm
Alosa fallax Egg Oocyte diameter 0.8-1.7 [Not specified] 1.25 mm
Cobitis taenia Egg Oocyte diameter About 1 1.0 mm
Chondrostoma toxostoma Egg Oocyte diameter About 2 [Not specified] 2.0 mm
Salmo salar Egg Oocyte diameter 5-7 [Not specified] 6.0 mm
Cottus gobio Egg Oocyte diameter 2.5 2.5 mm
Aspius aspius Female Absolute fecundity 58-500 279.0 thousand eggs
Chondrostoma toxostoma Female Absolute fecundity 11.5 11.5 thousand eggs
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Spawning season May and mid-August ['August', 'May']
Alosa fallax Spawning conditions Spawning season May-June ['May', 'June']
Cobitis taenia Spawning conditions Spawning season April to June ['April', 'June']
Aspius aspius Spawning conditions Spawning season April to June, according to the latitude ['April', 'June']
Chondrostoma toxostoma Spawning conditions Spawning season March to May, up to June ['March', 'May', 'June']
Rhodeus sericeus Spawning conditions Spawning season April to August for amrus ['April', 'August']
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning season November to February, earlier in higher latitudes ['February', 'November']
Alosa alosa Spawning conditions Homing Adults usually migrate in the streams where they were born Present
Cottus gobio Larvae Initial larval size 7.2 7.2 mm
Alosa alosa Larvae Larvae behaviour Remain close to the bottom Demersal
Cobitis taenia Larvae Larvae behaviour Benthic Demersal
Salmo salar Larvae Larvae behaviour Remain in the gravel for about 1.5 month Demersal
Alosa alosa Female Age at sexual maturity 5 [Female] 5.0 year
Alosa fallax Female Age at sexual maturity Between 3-4 and 4-5 depedning on populations [Sex not specified] 3.5 year
Aspius aspius Female Age at sexual maturity About 4 [Sex not specified] 4.0 year
Chondrostoma toxostoma Female Age at sexual maturity 4 [Not specified] 4.0 year
Rhodeus sericeus Female Age at sexual maturity 1 [Both sex for amarus] 1.0 year
Rhodeus sericeus Spawning conditions Spawning release Multiple spawner: up to 5, batch of 40-100 eggs Mutliple
Salmo salar Spawning conditions Spawning release Several batch of eggs in 5-10 mn intervals Mutliple
Alosa fallax Spawning conditions Parity Iteroparous (could reproduce up to 5 times during a lifetime) Iteroparous
Chondrostoma toxostoma Spawning conditions Parity Could live up to 9 years No category
Cottus gobio Spawning conditions Parity Could live up to 4 to 6 years No category