Woynarovich, 1962



Citation


Woynarovich, E. (1962) Hatching of carp eggs in zuger-glasses and breeding of carp larvae until and age age of 10 days. Bamidgeh, pp. 38-46

Associated characteristics


Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Cyprinus carpio Egg Egg adhesiveness The eggs of carp appear to be among the stickiest Adhesive
Coregonus lavaretus Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Coregonus albula Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Coregonus clupeaformis Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Hucho hucho Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Oncorhynchus gorbuscha Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Oncorhynchus keta Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Oncorhynchus kisutch Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Oncorhynchus mykiss Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Oncorhynchus nerka Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Salmo salar Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Salmo trutta fario Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Salvelinus alpinus Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Salvelinus fontinalis Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Salvelinus namaycush Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Stenodus leucichthys Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Thymallus thymallus Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Thymallus arcticus Egg Egg adhesiveness Salmonidae, whose eggs are not sticky Non-Adhesive
Cyprinus carpio Egg Temperature for incubation The optimal temperature is from 20-24°C. In water of 17°C the eggs develop slowly and there is the danger of mould development 22.0 °C
Cyprinus carpio Egg Egg size after water-hardening 2.1-2.2 [Swollen] 2.15 mm
Cyprinus carpio Egg Oocyte diameter 1.8-1.9 [Diameter of normal eggs] 1.85 mm
Cyprinus carpio Larvae Temperature during larval development 20-24°C 22.0 °C
Cyprinus carpio Larvae Onset of exogeneous feeding [The larvae start to take in air and to fill the swimming bladder when about 1/2 or 2-3 of the yolk sac has been absorbed. At this time the larvae also begin to feed at 20-24°C) 2.5 °C * day