Kamler et al, 1998


Kamler, E. and Keckeis, H. and NBauer-Nemeschkal, E. (1998) Temperature induced changes of survival, development and yolk partitioning in Chondrostoma nasus. Journal of fish biology, pp. 658-682

Associated characteristics

Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Chondrostoma nasus Egg Incubation time 4.58-7.34 [19°C], 8.52-11.66 [16°C]; 15.07-20.70 [13°C] and 28.83-39-47 [10°C] 5.96 days
Chondrostoma nasus Egg Temperature for incubation 13-16 seem to be optimal for egg incubation [Survival was high between 10-19, but slightly depressed at 19°C] 14.5 °C
Chondrostoma nasus Egg Degree-days for incubation About 160-230 between 13-16°C 195.0 °C * day
Chondrostoma nasus Larvae Temperature during larval development 15-18, optimal for rearing of hatched, yolk-feeding larvae 16.5 °C
Chondrostoma nasus Larvae Full yolk-sac resorption 150-180 [About 11 at 13 or 16°C] 165.0 °C * day
Chondrostoma nasus Larvae Onset of exogeneous feeding About 80-90 [5-6 days at 16°C] 85.0 °C * day
Chondrostoma nasus Female Length at sexual maturity A ripe female, 10 years of age, 41 cm standard length 41.0 cm
Chondrostoma nasus Female Relative fecundity 12 000 eggs obtained for one female of 1.44 kg 12.0 thousand eggs/kg
Chondrostoma nasus Female Absolute fecundity 12 obtained for one female 12.0 thousand eggs
Chondrostoma nasus Spawning conditions Spawning season Late March/April ['March', 'April']
Chondrostoma nasus Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 8-12 10.0 °C
Chondrostoma nasus Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Over rocky-gravel substrata Lithophils
Chondrostoma nasus Spawning conditions Spawning site preparation No, scatter their eggs over susbtrate Susbtrate chooser
Chondrostoma nasus Spawning conditions Mating system In nature, multiple males spawn with a single female No category