Etude expérimentale de Tincubation des oeufs de Baetis rhodani Pictet

@article{Bnech1972EtudeED,
  title={Etude exp{\'e}rimentale de Tincubation des oeufs de Baetis rhodani Pictet},
  author={V. B{\'e}nech and J. Vignes},
  journal={Freshwater Biology},
  year={1972},
  volume={2},
  pages={243-252}
}
Summary The eggs of Baetis rhodani were collected from natural conditions just after laying and incubated at different constant temperatures (from 7-5°C to 27-5°C) with a constant photoperiod. The incubation period was shorter at higher temperatures up to 25°C (8 days); above this eggs no longer hatched. The slowest development (determined by extrapolation) was at about 3°C (theoretically 130 days). The hatching period was always very short (about 3-5 days). Fewer eggs hatched at higher… Expand
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