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|Species||Development state||Trait||Primary Data||Secondary Data|
|Sander vitreus||Spawning conditions||Spawning temperature||Many authors have reported that walleye spawning occurs at 6-12°C||9.0 °C|
|Sander vitreus||Egg||Incubation time||Days to median hatch: 34 days at [6°C], 27 [8.9°C], 15 [12°C], 10 [15.°C], 7 [18.1°C]||34.0 days|
|Sander vitreus||Egg||Temperature for incubation||The greatest overall mean percentage hatch was at incubation temperature of 9-15°C and the lowest at 21°C. There was no significant difference found in the percentage hatch between the incubation temperatures of 9-15°C||12.0 °C|
|Sander vitreus||Larvae||Temperature during larval development||The optimum ranges for fry survival are 15-21°C||18.0 °C|
|Sander vitreus||Larvae||Initial larval size||Mean size at hatch: 6.0 At 6°C], 7.3 [8.9°C], 7.8 [12.0°C], 7.2 [15.0°C], 8 [18°C]||6.0 mm|