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Site specificity of gyrodactylus salaris malmberg 1957 monogenea on atlantic salmon salmo salar l. in the river lakselva northern norway



Site specificity of gyrodactylus salaris malmberg 1957 monogenea on atlantic salmon salmo salar l. in the river lakselva northern norway



Canadian Journal of Zoology 70(2): 264-267



Sites specificity of Gyrodactylus salaris on 853 Atlantic salmon (Salmo solar) parr infected with 1 - 10625 parasites was studied in the River Lakselva in northern Norway. At low intensites (< 100, the dorsal fin was the principal site of attachment, followed by the pectoral and anal fins. However, the distribution of parasites in the fish, and their crowding, varied with infection intensity. When the intensity increased to more than 100, more parasites were located on the caudal fin, and when it exceeded 1000, the body of the fish was also heavily infected.

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DOI: 10.1139/z92-039


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