Egg Characteristics of Thaleichthys pacificus
Main Ref. Drake, A. and L. Wilson, 1991
Place of Development in sand or gravel
Shape of Egg spherical
Attributes with stalk, sticky
Color of Eggs transparent
Color of Oil Globule
Additional Characters Eggs hatch after 30 to 40 days incubation at 4.4° to 7.2°C or in less than 21 days at 9.4° to 12.8°C (Ref. 27547). Each egg has a double membrane; the outer layer separates and turns inside out, forming a short stalk with the inner membrane and adhering to sand and gravel.
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Entered by Pauly, Daniel on 08.22.94
Modified by Garilao, Cristina V. on 04.08.99
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