Mansour, 2008



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Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Perca fluviatilis Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Female perch have no specific substrate and can spawn on submerged vegetation, plants and fallen branches, and even on artificial substrates Phytophils
Perca fluviatilis Spawning conditions Spawning depth Different water depths No data
Alburnus alburnus Egg Egg adhesiveness The current study demonstrated that eggs of common carp (and of vimba, bleak and chub in unpublished data) became sticky within seconds after mixing with water and already 30 s after water contact was enough to develop the egg stickiness mechanism Adhesive
Cyprinus carpio Egg Egg adhesiveness Eggs of common carp were stuck with each other and with the wall of the Petri-dish after mixing with water. Egg stikiness was fully developed within 30 s and did not increase in strength or intensity thereafter. Adhesive
Leuciscus cephalus Egg Egg adhesiveness The current study demonstrated that eggs of common carp (and of vimba, bleak and chub in unpublished data) became sticky within seconds after mixing with water and already 30 s after water contact was enough to develop the egg stickiness mechanism Adhesive
Vimba vimba Egg Egg adhesiveness The current study demonstrated that eggs of common carp (and of vimba, bleak and chub in unpublished data) became sticky within seconds after mixing with water and already 30 s after water contact was enough to develop the egg stickiness mechanism Adhesive
Perca fluviatilis Egg Egg adhesiveness Eggs of Eurasian perch are strongly attached to each other to form 0.5-5.5 m long and 1-6 cm wide floating jelly strands or ribbons […] When water was added to the wet-eggs, they stuck together within 5s […] After water contact, ovarian fluid reacts with the ZRE to form jelly-like fibrils attaching the eggs with each other Adhesive
Perca fluviatilis Egg Egg Buoyancy The egg-ribbon itself is freely floaing in water No category
Perca fluviatilis Spawning conditions Spawning season During the spawning time in May ['May']