= hatching to mouth opening, for details ➝
Findings 10.1 Ontogenetic developmentFRY
= larvae from external feeding on, for details ➝
Findings 10.1 Ontogenetic developmentWILD
= setting in the wildFARM
= setting in farm environmentJUVENILES
= fully developed but immature individuals, for details ➝
Findings 10.1 Ontogenetic developmentSPAWNERS
= adults that are kept as broodstockADULTS
= mature individuals, for details ➝
Findings 10.1 Ontogenetic developmentIND
= individualsTOTAL LENGTH
= from snout to tip of caudal fin as compared to fork length (which measures from snout to fork of caudal fin) 21
or standard length (from head to base of tail fin) or body length (from the base of the eye notch to the posterior end of the telson)AMPHIDROMOUS
= migrating between fresh water and sea independent of spawningLAB
= setting in laboratory environmentPHOTOPERIOD
= duration of daylightFINGERLINGS
= fry with fully developed scales and working fins, the size of a finger; for details ➝
Findings 10.1 Ontogentic developmentDOMESTICATION LEVEL 2
= part of the life cycle closed in captivity, also known as capture-based aquaculture 34
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