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|Species||Development state||Trait||Primary Data||Secondary Data|
|Salmo salar||Egg||Egg size after water-hardening||The diameter of eggs varied beween different females from 0.424 +/- 0.014 cm to 0.641 +/- 0.023||0.42 mm|
|Salmo salar||Egg||Incubation time||144 days after fertilization||144.0 days|
|Salmo salar||Egg||Temperature for incubation||The eggs of each female were fertilized by a different male (i.e. six full-sib families), and were then reared in hatchery supplied with well-water (3.0-5.0°C)||4.0 °C|
|Salmo salar||Egg||Degree-days for incubation||Hatching took place between 17 March and 1 April (about 520 degree-days)||17.0 °C * day|
|Salmo salar||Larvae||Onset of exogeneous feeding||The last sample was taken immediatly before the juveniles were fed for the first time (about 700 day-degrees, and 520 for incubation)||700.0 °C * day|
|Salmo salar||Spawning conditions||Parental care||Atlantic salmon, an oviparous fish that does not provide care for eggs after they are fertilized||No care|