A FISH DISEASE NEW TO THE SOUTHEAST

Year:
1953
Journal:
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners
Volume:
7
Pages:
93-94
Author:
Shell,
Category:
Pub ID:
2312
Abstract:
Finding the edges of farm ponds littered with dead and dying bluegills, picking
up four-pound bass with their gills decayed away, or having most of the large
speckled bullheads eliminated from a pond, finding large crappie floating belly up,
or seeing a minnow rearing pond covered with dead and dying minnows all caused
by a fish disease, is new to the Southeastern United States.
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