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Associated characteristics

Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Salmo salar Egg Temperature for incubation 5.2-11.7°C in natural conditions 8.45 °C
Salmo salar Egg Degree-days for incubation 463 [Time hatching commenced, between 5.2-11.7°C, 400 [2°C]; 505 [4°C]; 520 [6°C]; 530 [8°C]; 475 [10°C]; 450 [12°C]] 8.45 °C * day
Salmo salar Larvae Initial larval size 18.7-19.9 [At hatching] 19.3 mm
Salmo salar Larvae Temperature during larval development Reared between 2 and 12°C 2.0 °C
Salmo salar Larvae Full yolk-sac resorption 280-320 [80% water content, from fertilization at 320 at 4°C, at 325 at 6°C, at 288 at 8°C, at 280 at 10°C, at 240 at 12°C] 300.0 °C * day
Salmo salar Larvae Onset of exogeneous feeding [Equation relating time from hatch to first feeding: Y=472T-1.27. This equation yeilds times of 81, 49, 34, 25, and 20 days for incubation temperatures of 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12, respectively] 472.0 °C * day