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Parasite infected Aquaria adjacent to a non-infected aquarium

Posted 07/04/2014 at 03:59 PM by snorvich

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"Infective dinospores could be transported in aerosolized water droplets (Roberts-Thompson et al 2006). Droplets from static systems were shown to be transmissible for up to 1.44 feet however droplets from dynamic ones were shown to be transmissible up to 9.8 feet. This means that adjacent aquaria, and potentially ponds, could spread the infection. [edited] This means that aquaria if situated close together should be covered." These references were originally from Fish Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment By Edward J. Noga but after additional use of Google Scholar, there were others. However, all were focused primarily on amyloodinium.
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