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3" ' , ;/ ¥ ,-' " : ~ ... :' // . Jf ' I " I : I : 40 Ii . ,~ 14 16 10 12 8 18 20(11 60 50 80 100 100 120 150 140 200 160 250 2) (3) AGE (days) Fig. 4 Age course ofIINRE during the reproductive period. 2): (1) Simocephalus vetulus (data of Klekowski and Ivanova in Klekowski et a/.. 1972); (2) Physa acuta (data from Kamler and Mandecki. 1978); (3) Idotea baltica (data from Khmeleva and Golubev. 1984); (4) fish. Coregonus albula (field data. HaIicza Lake. 1977. from Kamler et a/.. 1982). by Khmeleva and Golubev (1984) do not suggest the existence of differences among different orders of Crustacea.

Springate et aI. (1985). Trzebiatowski and Domagala (1986). Note the log scale for weight. 34 Characteristics of fish reproductive products by other authors were used. whereas the distribution of egg weight (Fig. 1(G) is based on the original data from the literature. One should keep in mind that in this type of compilation it is not possible to include intraspecific variability of egg size. In addition. the average values reported in original works are based on different sample sizes. and authors often give only ranges for egg size.

85 mg in 16-year-old Egg size 39 females. but eggs from Lake Dayan-Nur were heavier. 27 mg. respectively. Turning to invertebrates. significant differences in egg volume among populations of freshwater shrimps, Palaemon paucidens and Paratya compressa. were reported by Nishino (1980 and 1981. respectively); average volumes for extreme populations showed a 7-fold difference. Examples of differences in sgg size (wet weight and dry weight) between populations of many species of Crustacea are presented by Khmeleva and Golubev (1984).

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