Penaz, 1976


Penaz, M. (1976) Early development of the spirlin, Alburnoides bipunctatus(Bloch, 1782). Acta Soc. Sci. Natur. Mus. Morav. Occid. Tcebic, pp. 25-34

Associated characteristics

Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Alburnoides bipunctatus Egg Incubation time The incuabtion (to the stage of 50 per cent embryos hatched) lasts at average temperature of 19.67°C 100 hours and and tempertaure of 16.43°C 147 hours 50.0 days
Alburnoides bipunctatus Egg Temperature for incubation Incubated at a mean temperature of 16.43 (range 14.0-19.8) and 19.67°C (range 19.6-21.2) 16.9 °C
Alburnoides bipunctatus Egg Degree-days for incubation Average 82 DD at 19.67°C and 100.6 at 16.43°C 82.0 °C * day
Alburnoides bipunctatus Larvae Initial larval size Average length 5.76, range 5.5-6.2 when incubated at 19.97°C and a mean of 6.37 (range 5.5-7.0) when incubated at 16.43C 5.85 mm
Alburnoides bipunctatus Larvae Temperature during larval development Reared at two different temperatures: mean of 20 (range 19.6-21.2), mean of 18 (range of 16-19.8) 20.4 °C
Alburnoides bipunctatus Larvae Onset of exogeneous feeding Etap 1: mixed (endogeneous and exogenous) nutrition, larvae 10 old (4-5 days post hatching at 18-20°C), length 8.5 mm 4.5 °C * day
Alburnoides bipunctatus Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Lithophilous Lithophils
Alburnoides bipunctatus Spawning conditions Parental care Non-protecting their roe No care