Kestemont and Mélard, 2000



Citation


Kestemont, P. and Mélard, C. (2000) Chapter 11 Aquaculture., pp. 191-224

Associated characteristics


Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Perca flavescens Spawning conditions Spawning temperature Ranging from 7 to 20°C [Usually 10-13°C] 11.5 °C
Perca fluviatilis Spawning conditions Spawning temperature Ranging from 7 to 20°C [Usually 10-13°C] 11.5 °C
Sander lucioperca Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 8-10 [Nothern part], to 10-14 [Southern part] 9.0 °C
Sander vitreus Spawning conditions Spawning temperature Water warms to 4-7°C 5.5 °C
Sander lucioperca Female Oogenesis duration The gonald recrusdescence starts much later in pikeperch then in walleye and vitellogenesis is also completed later on No data
Sander vitreus Female Oogenesis duration From Mid-Summer to as early as mid-January No data
Perca flavescens Egg Degree-days for incubation 80-110 [At a temperature of 15°C] 95.0 °C * day
Perca fluviatilis Egg Degree-days for incubation 80-110 [At a temperature of 15°C] 95.0 °C * day
Sander lucioperca Egg Degree-days for incubation 80-110 [At a temperature of 15°C] 95.0 °C * day
Sander vitreus Egg Degree-days for incubation 80-110 [At a temperature of 15°C] 95.0 °C * day
Perca flavescens Egg Temperature for incubation 15°C [Recommended temperature of 15°C] 15.0 °C
Perca fluviatilis Egg Temperature for incubation 15°C [Recommended temperature of 15°C] 15.0 °C
Sander lucioperca Egg Temperature for incubation 15°C [Recommended temperature of 15°C] 15.0 °C
Sander vitreus Egg Temperature for incubation 15°C [Recommended temperature of 15°C] 15.0 °C
Sander vitreus Female Resting period Walleye have a relatively short post-spawning quiescent period No data
Perca flavescens Female Onset of oogenesis Rapid increase of oocyte diameter from late July to November-December ['November', 'December', 'July']
Perca fluviatilis Female Onset of oogenesis Rapid increase of oocyte diameter from late July to November-December ['November', 'December', 'July']
Sander vitreus Female Onset of oogenesis By Mid-summer, yolky vesicles are observed in most of the oocytes, and GIS rises rapidly during autum ['August', 'July', 'September']
Perca flavescens Female Intensifying oogenesis activity The increase of temperature in March induces the completion of vitellogenesis, resulting in a sharp increase of GSI before spawning ['March']
Perca fluviatilis Female Intensifying oogenesis activity The increase of temperature in March induces the completion of vitellogenesis, resulting in a sharp increase of GSI before spawning ['March']
Sander vitreus Female Intensifying oogenesis activity December-January ['January', 'December']
Perca flavescens Female Oocyte development Group-synchronous Group-synchronous
Perca fluviatilis Female Oocyte development Group-synchronous Group-synchronous
Sander lucioperca Female Oocyte development Group-synchronous Group-synchronous
Sander vitreus Female Oocyte development Group-synchronous Group-synchronous
Perca flavescens Spawning conditions Spawning season Spawning period extends from March to late June ['March', 'June']
Perca fluviatilis Spawning conditions Spawning season Spawning period extends from March to late June ['March', 'June']
Sander lucioperca Spawning conditions Spawning season From April to mid-summer ['April', 'August', 'July', 'September']
Sander vitreus Spawning conditions Spawning season Early spring in southern areas to July un nothern extremes ['April', 'May', 'July', 'June']
Perca fluviatilis Larvae Temperature during larval development 17-20°C 18.5 °C
Sander lucioperca Larvae Temperature during larval development 22-26 24.0 °C
Sander vitreus Larvae Temperature during larval development 17-20°C 18.5 °C
Perca flavescens Larvae Reaction to light Yellow perch are strongly attracted to light before they reach 50 mm Photopositive
Sander vitreus Larvae Reaction to light Walleye are strongly attracted to light before they reach 32 mm Photopositive
Sander vitreus Larvae Sibling intracohort cannibalism Walleye may turn cannibalistic at two stages during their early life stages. The first stage occurs within a week after hatching if zooplnakton is scarce in ponds, and the second stage develops about midsummer, when the young walleye are ready to feed on fish Present
Sander vitreus Larvae Initial larval size 4.8-9.5 [Extreme values] 7.15 mm