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|Species||Development state||Trait||Primary Data||Secondary Data|
|Coregonus albula||Egg||Temperature for incubation||The optimum temperatures for successful incubation range between 4.0 to 7.2°C||4.0 °C|
|Coregonus albula||Larvae||Temperature during larval development||Water temperatures from 15 to 20°C are recommended as the most suitable for sustained production of larval vendace. Temperatures higher than 22°C will caused increased mortality, whereas temperatures lower than 15°C, although advisable when food is limited, will retard larval growth and development||15.0 °C|
|Coregonus albula||Larvae||Onset of exogeneous feeding||The number of days between mass hatching and the commencement of external feeding by 50% of fish is: 4.0 days [4.0°C], 3.5 days [7.3°C], 3.5 [10°C], 3.0 [12.3°C], 2.5 [15.3°C], 2.5 [17.1°C], 2.5 [19.8°C], 2.0 [22.1°C]||50.0 °C * day|