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|Species||Development state||Trait||Primary Data||Secondary Data|
|Coregonus lavaretus||Larvae||Temperature during larval development||For 5 days old, preferred temperature of 14-16°C and a lethal of 28.6°C, for 15 days old, a preferred temperature of 15-17°C and a lethal one of 29.5°C||15.0 °C|
|Coregonus albula||Larvae||Temperature during larval development||Reared at 10°C||10.0 °C|
|Coregonus albula||Larvae||Full yolk-sac resorption||At 10°C, the mortality of starved larvae was greatest between the 10th and the 15 th day||10.0 °C * day|
|Coregonus lavaretus||Larvae||Onset of exogeneous feeding||At 14-16°C, larvae begin to feed on the 2nd-3rd day after hatching. At lower temperatures (5-11.8°C) active feeding begins later, and according to various authors its beginning fluctuates between the 5th and 8th day||15.0 °C * day|
|Coregonus albula||Larvae||Onset of exogeneous feeding||At 10°C, the first exogenous feeding took place on about the 6th day, and all fish fed exogenously from the 8th-9th day after hathing||10.0 °C * day|
|Coregonus clupeaformis||Larvae||Onset of exogeneous feeding||Upon acclimatization to 10 and 5°C, a lethal temperature of 22.6°C and 20.6°C, respectively.||10.0 °C * day|