Data on growth during very early life stages of European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.)

Date 2020-03-01
Author(s) Faggion SaraORCID1, Vandeputte MarcORCID1, 2, Vergnet AlainORCID1, Clota Frederic1, Blanc Marie-Odile1, Sanchez Pierre1, Ruelle Francois1, Allal FrancoisORCID1
Affiliation(s) 1 : Ifremer, France
2 : INRA, France
DOI 10.17882/75983
Publisher SEANOE
Keyword(s) sexual dimorphism, growth patterns, early life stages, Dicentrarchus labrax L.
Abstract

The European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) displays female-biased sexual size dimorphism early in development. To generate this dataset, we produced an experimental population by artificial fertilization and followed a rearing-temperature protocol (~16 °C from hatching to 112 days post-hatching, dph; ~20 °C from 117 to 358 dph) targeting a roughly balanced sex ratio. The fish were tagged with microchips between 61 and 96 dph in five tagging trials of 50 fish each; individual standard length (SL) was recorded through repeated biometric measurements performed between 83 to 110 dph via image analyses. Body weight (BW) was modelled using the traits measured on the digital pictures (i.e. SL, area, height, perimeter and volume). At 117 dph, the fish were tagged with microtags and regularly measured for SL and BW until 335 dph. The experiment ended at 358 dph with the sexing of the fish.

The present datasets include the sex and the repeated biometric measurements of body weight, standard length and daily growth coefficient (DGC) of the animals between 83 to 335 dph.

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Data
File Size Format Processing Access
Body weight recorded across the experiment 18 KB TEXTE Raw data Open access
Daily growth coefficient recorded across the experiment 22 KB TEXTE Processed data Open access
Standard length recorded across the experiment 20 KB TEXTE Raw data Open access
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Faggion Sara, Vandeputte Marc, Vergnet Alain, Clota Frederic, Blanc Marie-Odile, Sanchez Pierre, Ruelle Francois, Allal Francois (2020). Data on growth during very early life stages of European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.). SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/75983