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Title

STUDY OF THE PREVALENCE OF PARASITICAL SKIN INFECTIONS OF RAINBOW TROUT (250 – 300GR) IN COMMERCIAL FISH FARMS OF EAST AZARBAIJAN PROVINCE

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  393-398

Abstract

 Parasitic infestations constitute an important part of aquatic animal diseases. In order to study the prevalence of parasitic skin infections of RAINBOW TROUTs in mordad of 1385, 5 breeding farms were selected and 386 RAINBOW TROUTs with the body weight of 250-300 gr were collected randomly from each farm and examined. Of the 1930 examined specimens of 5 farms in this study, 14 were infected by ICHTHYOPHTHIRIUS sp. (0.7%), 890 by TRICHODINA sp. (46.1%), 41 by DACTYLOGYRUS sp. (2.1%), 111 by GYRODACTYLUS sp. (508%) and 874 were without any parasitic infections (45.3%). The highest infection rate belonged to TRICHODINA sp.

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