Internet, 2005



Citation


Internet. (2005) Stripped bass - Morone saxatilis (Walbaum). , pp.

Associated characteristics


Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Alosa sapidissima Egg Egg size after water-hardening 2.5-3.8 3.15 mm
Alosa sapidissima Egg Egg Buoyancy Demersal, semi-demersal or slightly heavier than fresh water, suspended by water-current [a moderate current (about 1 meter per second or less) will keep eggs floating] Demersal
Alosa sapidissima Egg Egg adhesiveness Initially adhesive or slightly adhesive and then non-adhesive Non-Adhesive
Alosa sapidissima Egg Incubation time 8-12 [11-15°C] or 17 [12°C] 10.0 days
Alosa sapidissima Egg Temperature for incubation 11-15 13.0 °C
Alosa sapidissima Egg Degree-days for incubation About 120-150 135.0 °C * day
Alosa sapidissima Larvae Initial larval size 6.5-10 8.25 mm
Alosa sapidissima Larvae Larvae behaviour Newly larvae are pelagic, and most abundant at the surface Pelagic
Alosa sapidissima Female Absolute fecundity 155-410 or 2.150 or 30-300 282.5 thousand eggs
Alosa sapidissima Male Age at sexual maturity 3-5 4.0 years
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Spawning migration period Shad begin to enter the estuary as early as fall, the spawning runs occur in March ['March', 'October', 'November', 'December']
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Spawning season April-June ['April', 'June']
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 8-26 [Max 15-20] 17.0 °C
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Spawning water type Concentrated near the shore, main channel [Freshwater, possibly brackish water] Stagnant water
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Spawning depth Near the surface No data
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Spawning substrate None, but survival is apparently higher when deposited over sandy and gravel areas Lithophils
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Nycthemeral period of oviposition Midnight to early morning Day
Alosa sapidissima Spawning conditions Spawning release Broadcast singly No category
Abramis brama Egg Oocyte diameter 1.6-2 [Not precised] 1.8 mm
Abramis brama Female Relative fecundity 30-40 35.0 thousand eggs/kg
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning season Mid-May until Mid-June ['May', 'June']
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning water type Weed beds Stagnant water
Abramis brama Spawning conditions Spawning depth Shallow waters No data
Carassius auratus Egg Oocyte diameter 1.0-1.7 1.35 mm
Carassius auratus Egg Egg Buoyancy Demersal Demersal
Carassius auratus Egg Egg adhesiveness Adhesive Adhesive
Carassius auratus Egg Incubation time 5 [20°C], 3-4 [20-27.5°C] 3.5 days
Carassius auratus Egg Temperature for incubation 20-27.5 23.75 °C
Carassius auratus Egg Degree-days for incubation 80-100 90.0 °C * day
Carassius auratus Larvae Initial larval size Mostly 4-4.5 [rarely 3.0 or 5.0] 4.25 mm
Carassius auratus Larvae Larvae behaviour Benthic, remain near the spawning area, then near the surface after yolk sac is absorbed Demersal
Carassius auratus Female Age at sexual maturity 2-3 2.5 year
Carassius auratus Female Absolute fecundity Mean 14 [2 to 400] 14.0 thousand eggs
Carassius auratus Male Age at sexual maturity 2 2.0 years
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Spawning season April trough July ['April', 'July']
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 15-23 [but also 18-29.5] 19.0 °C
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Spawning water type Creeks, ditches, ponds and reservoirs Stagnant water
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Spawning depth Shallow waters No data
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Aquatic vegetation, submerged tree branches, roots, leaves Phytophils
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Mating system Each female may be pursued by several males No category
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Spawning release Female are able to spawn more than once each spawning season Multiple
Carassius auratus Spawning conditions Spawning release Deposited on substrates in single from; can be very dense in certain areas because of repeated deposition Total
Cyprinus carpio Egg Oocyte diameter 1.5-2.1 but as small as 1.0 [Not specified if swollen] 1.8 mm
Cyprinus carpio Egg Egg Buoyancy Demersal Demersal
Cyprinus carpio Egg Egg adhesiveness Highly adhesive throughout incubation period Adhesive
Cyprinus carpio Egg Incubation time 3-5 at 20°C 4.0 days
Cyprinus carpio Egg Degree-days for incubation 60-90 75.0 °C * day
Cyprinus carpio Larvae Initial larval size Most average 4.38-5.70 [From 3.0 up to 6.69] 5.04 mm
Cyprinus carpio Larvae Larvae behaviour At bottom or attached to aquatic vegetation immediatly after hatching, then gradually in shallow water at bottom amon vegetation, occassionally in water column [Newly hatched larvae lay on their sides at the bottom of the aquarium] Demersal
Cyprinus carpio Female Absolute fecundity 36-2208 1122.0 thousand eggs
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning season March to July [Peak spawning in May through July] ['March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July']
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning temperature 18-22 is the optimum [Peaking at 22-26, but from 15-28°] 20.0 °C
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning water type Tidal and non-tidal fresh water, either in fresh water or oligohaline water (10 ppt) No category
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning depth Shallow areas, near surface No data
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Submerged plants, grass roots of undercut tanks, dead leaves, floating plants and logs Phytophils
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning substrate Weedy areas Phytophils
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning release Able to spawn more than once during the breeding season Multiple
Cyprinus carpio Spawning conditions Spawning release Deposited in clusters, repeated deposition Fractional
Pseudorasbora parva Female Absolute fecundity Fecundity is about 5000 ellipitical eggs 5000.0 thousand eggs
Gambusia affinis Egg Oocyte diameter 1.8-2.1 but also 2.4-2.8 [Not specified] 1.95 mm
Gambusia affinis Egg Egg Buoyancy Demersal [but embedded in the ovary] Demersal
Gambusia affinis Egg Egg adhesiveness Chorion filaments are adhesive Adhesive
Gambusia affinis