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El Ciclo de Vida del Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Ponen sus huevos entre Abril y el principio de Julio. Los huevos se quedan en su nido alrededor de 6 a 8 semanas, y después nacen Los pescados menudos comienzan a comer a dos semanas después de nacer

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El Ciclo de Vida del Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

Ponen sus huevos entre Abril y el principio de Julio.

Los huevos se quedan en su nido alrededor de 6 a 8 semanas, y después nacen

Los pescados menudos comienzan a comer a dos semanas después de nacer

Para un adulto madurar toma su Segundo a su cuarto ano.

Life Cycle for Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

Habitación para el Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

El Lahontan Cutthroat Trout prefiere áreas alrededor de rocas, y aguas profundas.

El Lahontan Cutthroat Trout vive en arroyos desde el nivel del mar hasta 10,000 pies de altitudes.

El Lahontan Cutthroat Trout come primordialmente insectos acuáticos como ranas, lombrices, y salmones chicos.

Habitat for Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

  • The fish lay their eggs between April and early July.
  • The eggs develop for about 6-8 weeks, and then hatch into fry (an immature fish).
  • The fry begin to feed about two weeks after hatching.
  • For an adult to mature it takes its second to fourth year.
  • Females may spawn only once or twice in a lifetime.
  • The Lahontan Cutthroat Trout prefer areas around rock, sandy, rubble shores, and deep water.
  • The Lahontan Cutthroat Trout live in streams ranging from sea level to altitudes over 10,000 ft.
  • Lahontan Cutthroat Trout feed primarily on aquatic insects like the caddisfly and stonefly, frogs, earthworms, and juvenile salmon.
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Cool Facts of the Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

Interesante Informacion sobre el Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

El Lahontan Cutthroat trout era la dieta de los Paiutes y otros tribus Nativas

Entre 1873 y 1922 pescaderos comerciales tomaron 100,000 a 200,000 libras de Lahontan Cutthroat trout cada ano de Pirámide, Walker y el Lago Tahoe, por ejemplo en 1900 mas de 9600 libras de este pez fue tomado del Rió Truckee.

Este pez nativo del Lago Tahoe estuvo en extinción, pero esta de regreso.

Desde 1963 el Lahontan Cutthroat trout ha sido introducido en mas de 50 arroyos

La hembras solamente ponen sus huevos una o dos veces en su vida.

Fish Are Our Friends, Not Food

  • The Lahontan Cutthroat Trout and the Piute Sculpin are fish that have always lived in Sagehen Creek.
  • The Lahontan Cutthroat Trout became an endangered fish because of over fishing and because of more aggressive fish taking over the streams.
  • Due to the Sculpins small size, they were never considered as game fish and therefore never over fished and never listed as endangered.
  • The Lahontan Cutthroat Trout and Piute Sculpin have similar needs even though they have experienced different histories. Thanks to re-introduction efforts, the Lahontan Cutthroat Trout and Piute Sculpin now find themselves living with one another again in Sagehen Creek.
  • The Lahontan Cutthroat trout was the diet of Piutes and other Native tribes.
  • Between 1873 and 1922 commercial fisheries took out 100,000-200,000 pounds of Lahontan Cutthroat Trout each year from Pyramid, Walker and Tahoe Lakes. In 1900, over 9600 pounds of the fish were taken out from the Truckee River alone.
  • This native fish has disappeared from Lake Tahoe, but it’s making a comeback.
  • Since 1963 the Lahontan Cutthroat trout has been re-introduced into more than 50 streams.

ARC 2004 Summer Program

Aldo Xochihua, Gabriela Villalobos, Francisco Delgado

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Cool Facts for the Piute Sculpin

Interesante Información sobre el Piute Sculpin

El numero de huevos aumentan con la edad y tamaño del pez

El Piute Sculpin no comen los huevos de trout, también viven en aguas profunda

No comen los huevos de trout, pero los trout comen los huevos del Sculpins

El Piute Sculpin es el único Sculpin encontrado en el sistema Lahontan en CA y Nevada, incluyendo el Lago Tahoe.

El color del Piute Sculpin es marrón a marrón-negro y su cuerpo esta fuertemente marcado con 5-7 rayas en la espalda.

Una Vivienda Interesante para el Piute Sculpin

63% de la dieta de los Sculpins incluye insectos acuáticos como larvae mayflies, stoneflies, y caddiflies.

El Piute Sculpin sobre vive en temperaturas bajo 13 grados Celsius o 54.4 Fahrenheit. El perfecto pH para todos organismos de agua para vivir incluyendo el Piute Sculpin es desde 6.5 y 8.2

El Piute Sculpin vive en escombros y grava. Ellos le gustan el agua profunda, y también viven en arroyos de las montanas de agua clara.

  • The number of eggs a female produces increases with her age and size.
  • Piute Sculpin don’t eat trout eggs.
  • However, Sculpin are eaten by trout.
  • The Piute Sculpin is the only Sculpin found in the Sierra Mountain range, including Lake Tahoe.
  • The color of the Piute Sculpin is brownish to brownish-black and the body is heavily spotted with 5-7 crossbars on the back.

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An Interesting Home for a Piute Sculpin

Life Cycle for the Piute Sculpin

El Ciclo de Vida para el Piute Sculpin

La Engendracion para el Piute ocurre entre Mayo y Junio

La mayoría de los nidos están ubicado bajo rocas y encima de grave. Camas de rocas y de lodo son evitados.

Huevos están pegado debajo de las rocas.

Después que los huevos nacen se caen hacia abajo y absorben la yema de la bolsa y toman los nutritivos de la bolsa.

  • 63% of the Sculpins diet includes larval aquatic insects like mayflies, stoneflies, and caddisflies.
  • The Piute Sculpin prefers to live in temperatures below 13 degrees Celsius or 54.4 Fahrenheit. The perfect pH for all water organisms to live including the Piute Sculpin is between 6.5 and 8.2
  • The Piute Sculpin lives in rubble and gravel. They like deep waters, and also live in rocky riffles in clear cold mountain streams.
  • Sculpin spawning occurs between May and June.
  • Most nests are located under rocks, over gravel bottoms. Bedrocks or mud beds are avoided.
  • Eggs are glued on the undersides of rocks.
  • After hatching the fry (an immature fish) drop to the bottom of the stream and absorb nutrients from their still attached egg sac.
  • After the fry begin to find food for themselves, it takes between two and three years to develop into adults.