Viable Saprolegniaceae spores on the epidermis of the salmonid fish Salmo trutta and Salvelinus alpinus.

@inproceedings{Willoughby1977ViableSS,
  title={Viable Saprolegniaceae spores on the epidermis of the salmonid fish Salmo trutta and Salvelinus alpinus.},
  author={Lynette Willoughby and Alan Pickering},
  year={1977}
}
Techniques are described for monitoring Saprolegniaceae in hatchery pond water and on the epidermis of hatchery-reared brown trout Salmo trutta L. and char Salvelinus alpinus L. The water supply to the hatchery occasionally includes spores of Saprolegnia type I (taxonomically in or near the S. diclina — S. parasitica complex), which are responsible for the outbreaks of Saprolegnia infection that occur in the hatchery. The saprolegniaceae spora in the pond water increased from 200 spores/1 or… CONTINUE READING

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