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Response to mass mortality of carp: an Indonesian experience



Response to mass mortality of carp: an Indonesian experience



FAO Fisheries Proceedings (4): 87-105



Since March 2002, Indonesian carp culture has faced a serious epizootic that has caused severe economic loss and significant social impact. As of December 2003, losses were estimated at US$15 million, with total fish mortality of up to 80-95 percent. The disease outbreaks affected koi and common carp (Cyprinus carpio) populations of all ages and sizes cultured in different grow-out facilities (ponds, lakes, cages etc.), regardless of stocking density.

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