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151. 173. 144mg, respectively. Thus, for most species of fish, eggs derived from members of the same population can vary over the breeding season. However. the course of these changes differs among species. Three patterns can be identified: a decrease, an increase. and an increase followed by a decrease. In fish that spawn only once per season, the decease in egg size towards the end of the spawning season is explained by a change in age composition of spawners (Bagenal, 1971; Ciechomski, 1973).
E. e. e. e. e. 0tt D~browski 8 6 6 6 7 8 6 6 6 9 et aI. , probably swollen eggs. tMean size of eggs obtained from all females (mm for linear and mg for gravimetric properties). tSmax and Smln, individual size of the largest and smallest egg, respectively. derived from an individual female. §Sources: 1. Suzuki (1976); 2, Tomita et al. (1980); 3, Kamler and Malczewski (1982); 4, Vladimirov (1974a); 5. Kamler (1983); 7. Kato (1975); 8, Galkina (1970); 9. Kato (1978). tt Approximate value read from a graph.
5 in a spawn portion of Clupea harengus (Blaxter and Hempel, 1963). 6 within the same female (Ciechomski, 1966). 2. 6. Coefficients of variation for linear properties of eggs obtained from a single female amounted to c. 1-10%. and for gravimetric properties c. 1-30%. 2 do not show any clear interspecific differences in variability of size of eggs produced by one female. On the other hand, intraspecific differences do seem to occur. Studies on Oncorhynchus mykiss (egg length, breadth. wet and dry weight) and on Coregonus albula (egg diameter) are used to illustrate the question.