Sidorova, 2005


Sidorova, M.A. (2005) Abramis brama orientalis Berg, 1949. Internet, pp.

Associated characteristics

Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Abramis brama Egg Egg adhesiveness Due to their adhesive membrane, eggs stick to plants Adhesive
Abramis brama Egg Incubation time 6-6.5 in natural conditions 6.25 days
Abramis brama Egg Temperature for incubation 16-20 are the optimum temperature [Most eggs perish at a temperature below 6°C, and a temperature up to 25.6°C results in early hatching of undevelopped prelarvae] 18.0 °C
Abramis brama Larvae Temperature during larval development 16-25 20.5 °C
Abramis brama Female Age at sexual maturity 3-4 [Mass maturation, but rarely at 2] 3.5 year
Abramis brama Female Length at sexual maturity 24.5-27.7 [Rarely at 18-19] 26.1 cm
Abramis brama Female Relative fecundity 116-327 221.5 thousand eggs/kg
Abramis brama Female Absolute fecundity Average is 120-130 [Vary from 317-503.7 for females ages 3-11 years] 125.0 thousand eggs
Abramis brama Male Age at sexual maturity 2-3 2.5 years
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning migration period The peak run of spawners takes place through the second half of April- first ten days of May at water temperature 8-12°C ['April', 'May']
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning season Begins in early May and mass spawing occurs in mid-May ['May']
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 8-25 16.5 °C
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning water type Typical spawning sites are temporarily flooded water bodies, low-floodplains and lakes Stagnant water
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Phytophilic : eggs are deposited on aquatic plants as well as drifting remains of aquatic vegetation Phytophils
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Parity Iteroparous : spawn every year [During its life cycle, it can spawn 8-9 times] Iteroparous