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Authors: Гирагосов, В. Е.
Ханайченко, А. Н.
Title: Макроскопические характеристики эпизоотического состояния черноморского калкана Scophthalmus maeoticus
Other Titles: Macroscopic characteristics of the epizootic situation in the Black Sea turbot Scophthalmus maeoticus
Issue Date: 2016
Language (ISO): Russian
Pages: 219-221
Description: Monitoring of macroscopic characteristics of the epizootic status of the Black Sea turbot spawning populations in the south-western shelf of Crimea showed that significant part of the adult fish presented the grossly visible signs of diseases (ulcers, fin erosion, neoplasms). The most common diseases during 2007-2016 were multifocal skin ulcers of different etiology (14,5%) and fin rot (5%). Tumor-like neoplasms were found only in 2007-2012. Improved epizootic situation in 2014-2016 is supposed due to decreased population density as a result of overfishing.
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