Jungwirth and Winkler, 1984



Citation


Jungwirth, M. and Winkler, H. (1984) The temperature dependence of embryonic development of grayling (Thymallus thymallus ), Danube salmon (Hucho hucho ), Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus ) and brown trout (Salmo trutta fario ). Aquaculture, pp. 315-327

Associated characteristics


Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Hucho hucho Egg Incubation time 138.2 [2°], 50 [6°C], 20.4 [12°C], 13.5 [16°C] 138.2 days
Salmo trutta fario Egg Incubation time 239.4 [2°C], 117.4 [4°C], 54.2 [8°C], 33.8 [12°C] 239.4 days
Salvelinus alpinus Egg Incubation time 248.3 [2°C], 116.2 [4°C], 55.4 [8°C], 36.1 [12°C] 248.3 days
Thymallus thymallus Egg Incubation time 105.8 [2°], 41.4 [6°C], 16.7 [12°C], 10.8 [16°C] 105.8 days
Hucho hucho Egg Temperature for incubation 6-12 best results, mortality is total above 16°C 9.0 °C
Salmo trutta fario Egg Temperature for incubation Total losses occur at temperature as low as 12-13°C 12.5 °C
Salvelinus alpinus Egg Temperature for incubation Total losses occur at temperature as low as 12-13°C 12.5 °C
Thymallus thymallus Egg Temperature for incubation 6-13.5 [best results, mortalily reach 100% above 16°C] 9.75 °C