Gyrodactylus

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Gyrodactylus


Gyrodactylus elegans
a common monogenetic trematode parasite of fish and found attached to their skin.
Gyrodactylus salavis
important trematode pathogen of wild Atlantic salmon in Scandinavia. Spread by hatchery-reared salmonids.
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In connection with combating Gyrodactylus salaris river Driva and adjacent waterways extinction of salmon parasite, planned established fish barrier in the river Driva by SnE[sup.
JUST imagine what would happen to our salmon if the killer parasite gyrodactylus salaris infiltrated our rivers.
Differences in the host resistance of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar stocks to the monogenean Gyrodactylus salaris Malmberg, 1957.
The parasite Gyrodactylus salaris is affecting which commercially valuable European fish?
Charlton, who used to manage the Irish Republic and is a keen angler, is supporting the Executive's Home and Dry drive to keep rivers free from European parasite gyrodactylus salaris.
The Bill also seeks to prevent the import of the lethal fish parasite gyrodactylus salaris from abroad.
Anglers are being alerted to the risks of inadvertently introducing Gyrodactylus salaris into Britain from abroad.
The warning from the Department for the Environment,Food and Rural Affairs centres on the parasite Gyrodactylus salaris (GS) which infects the skin, gills and fins of the fish.
As a matter of interest, I was talking to a Norwegian angler who was invited to test-fish one of his home rivers, which was blighted 15 years ago by the salmon-killing parasite, gyrodactylus salaris.
The fish parasite Gyrodactylus salaris has wiped out salmon in some rivers in Scandinavia and northern Russia and the plan sets out action to take if it arrives in Scotland.
Gyrodactylus salaris has wiped out stocks in more than 40 Norwegian rivers and is endemic across Europe, and Carmarthenshire Fishermen's Federation secretary Garth Roberts says the government is failing to take preventative action.
The use of felt-soled boots or waders is strictly forbidden to prevent the spread of gyrodactylus salaris, a parasite which has devastated salmon, sea trout and brown trout stocks in some parts of Scandinavia.