Luszczek, 2008



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Associated characteristics


Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Vimba vimba Spawning conditions Spawning substrate On a gravel bottom covered with pebbles or larger stones Lithophils
Vimba vimba Spawning conditions Spawning water type Fast-flowing river currents, in well oxygenated waters Flowing or turbulent water
Vimba vimba Egg Incubation time Embryonic development lasts for 3-4 days at 20-24°C, but can extend to 7 days at lower temperatures 3.5 days
Vimba vimba Egg Degree-days for incubation Embryonic development lasts for 3-4 days at 20-24°C, but can extend to 7 days at lower temperatures 3.5 °C * day
Vimba vimba Egg Temperature for incubation 20-24°C 22.0 °C
Vimba vimba Spawning conditions Spawning migration distance The fish engage in short-distance anadromous migration, moving to spawn upstream in barbel or grayling regions. No data
Vimba vimba Egg Oocyte diameter Egg diameter from the first batch is the largest (approx. 1.4 mm), in the final batch, eggs are much smaller (approx. O.6 mm in diameter). 1.4 mm
Vimba vimba Female Absolute fecundity A vimba can lay a total of 30,000-120,000 eggs in two or three batches. 60.0 thousand eggs
Vimba vimba Spawning conditions Spawning season Between May and July ['May', 'July']
Vimba vimba Larvae Full yolk-sac resorption Yolk resorption last up to 14 days 14.0 °C * day
Vimba vimba Larvae Onset of exogeneous feeding Larvae begin to swim freely 7 days after hatching, and feed on day later 7.0 °C * day
Vimba vimba Female Age at sexual maturity Under natural conditions, vimba becomes sexually mature at 4-5 years of age, although 3-year-old females have been found in spawning schools in the moutain tributaries of the Vistula River, in the Vistula lagoon, wimba first enter reproduction at the age of 7-8 years 4.5 year
Vimba vimba Spawning conditions Spawning release Batch spawning Mutliple