Geldhauser, 1995



Citation


Geldhauser, F. (1995) Some aspects of embryonic and larval development of tench (Tinca tinca (L.)). Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii/Polish Archives of Hydrobiology [POL. ARCH. HYDROBIOL./POL. ARCH. HYDROBIOL.], pp.

Associated characteristics


Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Tinca tinca Egg Incubation time 2.5 [2 days and 13 hours at 24°C] 2.5 days
Tinca tinca Egg Degree-days for incubation 50 50.0 °C * day
Tinca tinca Egg Temperature for incubation Normal conditions are 24.1 [All embryos died at 13.8, whereas thet developped at 15.8 till the hatching, but died without delay afterwars. The temperature 29.7°C did not damage the embryos or had no other negative influence. But 31.0 and 31.5°C caused a remarkable increase in mortality of embryos] 24.1 °C
Cyprinus carpio Larvae Temperature during larval development Non lethal temperatures from 12.5-30, below 10 and above 32.5 all the eggs died 21.25 °C
Tinca tinca Larvae Temperature during larval development Normal conditions are about 22 22.0 °C
Tinca tinca Larvae Full yolk-sac resorption 110 [7 days and 20 hours after fertilization at 22, i.e. 5 days after hatching] 110.0 °C * day
Tinca tinca Larvae Initial larval size On average 3.8 3.8 mm