10.8 to 13.8 μm/min
||Ream RA, Theriot JA, Somero GN. Influences of thermal acclimation and acute temperature change on the motility of epithelial wound-healing cells (keratocytes) of tropical, temperate and Antarctic fish. J Exp Biol. 2003 Dec206(Pt 24):4539-51. p.4547 right column 2nd paragraphPubMed ID14610038
||"Two types of analysis were used to quantitatively describe
the directional component inherent in cell velocity. The first
type of analysis plots the trajectory of each cell, beginning at
the origin and oriented such that the first step taken by each
cell is along the x-axis... The second type of analysis, plotting the cos
(?) of vectors tangential to the cell trajectory versus path length
traveled between each pair of vectors, revealed turning
magnitudes in highly persistent cells that were not obvious in
the trajectory analysis."
||"...at common habitat temperatures,
the keratocytes of G. mirabilis, C. salinus and A. percula had
mean speeds of 11.4µm/min (15°C), 13.8µm/min (30°C)
and 10.8µm/min (30°C), respectively."