Hitra disease

Hitra disease
a disease of farmed Atlantic salmon among others caused by certain Vibrio species active at temperatures below 10°C and producing muscular and myocardial degeneration. Red or bloody streaks appear on the body and fins and can lead to fin and tail rot with, in severe cases the tail and/or fins falling off. Also called coldwater Vibrio and red pest

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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