eye fluke

eye fluke

Diplostomum spp. larvae in the eyes of freshwater fish.
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Invasion of metacercariae of the eye fluke Diplostomum sp.
Scotland's brown trout have built up immunity to the eye fluke parasite over millions of years.
Although, Diplostomid infection did not cause any abnormalities in the eyes of fish from fish farms, they must be considered important factors in terms of aquaculture and fisheries management as rainbow trout are especially vulnerable to cataract formation from eye fluke infections.
Effects of eye fluke infections on growth of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in a mariculture system.
Effect of eye fluke infection on the growth of whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus)-an experimental approach.
Parasite induced change to host behavior and susceptibility to predation in an eye fluke fish interaction.