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|Species||Development state||Trait||Primary Data||Secondary Data|
|Lota lota||Larvae||Temperature during larval development||Five constant temperatures of 12, 15, 18, 21 and 24°C (range ± 0.5°C), all in duplicate, were employed in the experiment. The fastest larval growth, either in terms of total length or body weight, was recorded for the temperature of 21°C, whereas at 12°C the larvae grew the slowest. A final survival rate of at least 90% was observed for the burbot reared at 12 and 15°C, this figure was significantly higher than at the other water temperatures. The fish reared at 12°C had the second highest survival rate at 72%.||12.0 °C|
|Lota lota||Larvae||Sibling intracohort cannibalism||No cannibalism occurred at any temperature throughout the experiment, although in this species it may appear at about 12 mm TL||Absent|
|Lota lota||Larvae||Onset of exogeneous feeding||Burbot larvae, which were the pooled offpsring of many wild spawners, were reared from the first feeding (day 10 post-hatch) over a period of 20 days. Larvae of an initial size of 3.61 ± 0.27 mm (average TL ± SD, n = 15).||3.61 °C * day|