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Final Preferred Temperature of Juvenile Three-Spined Stickleback Gasterosteus aculeatus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Author:
Smirnov, A. K., Smirnova, E. S.
Source:
Inland water biology 2019 v.12 no.1 pp. 83-87
ISSN:
1995-0829
Subject:
Gasterosteus aculeatus, acclimation, coasts, freshwater, juveniles, surface water, temperature
Abstract:
The preferred temperatures of juvenile three-spined stickleback from bodies of freshwater of the White Sea coastal region are studied under experimental conditions. The final preferred temperature in the young-of-the-year is 15.2°C, regardless of the acclimation temperature (11, 16, and 20°C). The increased duration of experiments (10 days) made it possible to track the process of the temperature selection as a whole, rather than observing its particular phases. A comparison of the original results with the literature data reveal possible differences in the temperature characteristics, both in geographically remote populations of the three-spined stickleback and between its freshwater and marine forms.
Agid:
6368646