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ESC external signs on skin


ESC external signs on skin

            

     ESC external signs on skin
Description: This is called a buckshot appearance and is caused by the bacteria edwardsiella ictaluri. This resulting disease, Enteric Septicemia of Catfish (ESC) is commonly called hole in the head because the bacteria often breaks down the skull cartilage causing a hole in the head. This disease along with colummaris can cause significant losses on fish farms.
Keywords: disease, diseases, catfish, ESC, septicemia
Date: 15.12.2005 10:30
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