Kosior and wandzel, 2001


Kosior, M. and Wandzel, T. (2001) Comparison of fecundity of pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca [L.]) in three lagoons in the southern Baltic Sea. Bulletin of the sea fisheries institute, pp. 3-27

Associated characteristics

Species Development state Trait Primary Data Secondary Data
Sander lucioperca Female Relative fecundity In Szczecin Lagoon: the raltive fecundity estimated for the length class varied from 152 eggs at 39 cm to 643 eggs at 67 cm. In vistual lagoon: the relative fecundity estimated for the smallest length class studied, 42 cm, was 207 eggs, while for the longest class, 84 cm, is was 377 eggs. In Curonian Lagoon, the lowest value 138 eggs was found in the ovary of a 58 cm female, the higesht 449 was noted for a 49 cm female 152.0 thousand eggs/kg
Sander lucioperca Female Absolute fecundity In the Szczecin: the absolute fecundity varied from 73.7 thousand to 2024.1 thousand eggs. The fecunidty of 45 cm long was estimated at 12.8-234.9. In the Vistula Lagoon, the estimated fecundity of the smallest female (42 cm) was 111.1 thousand eggs, and that of the longest female (84 cm) was 1582 thousand eggs. The fecundity of females from the 45 cm length class ranged from 189.1 to 227; 204.8 was the average. In the Curonian lagoon, the lowest fecundity was noted in a female 48 cm long at only 214.6 thousand eggs, while a female 81 cm long had 1164.5 thousand eggs 123.85 thousand eggs
Sander lucioperca Spawning conditions Parity After spawning, the pikeperch from the Szcecin and Curonian lagoons migrate to the bays and coastal waters of the Baltic Sea to feed No category