Henneguya exilis | definition of Henneguya exilis by Medical dictionary
Henneguya (redirected from Henneguya exilis)
a genus of protozoa causing disease in free-living fish. Genus of class Myxosporea, the myxosporids.
causes cysts in the gills of channel catfish and death due to suffocation.
causes boil disease in salmonid fishes.
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Spatial and seasonal variations on Henneguya exilis prevalence on cage intensive cultured channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus), in Tamaulipas, Mexico
The site of infection and morphologic characteristics of plasmodia and spores were consistent with Henneguya exilis (Figs.
3:15 SITE SPECIFICITIES OF HENNEGUYA EXILIS
IN CHANNEL CATFISH
Each of these samples contained myxospores morphologically resembling Henneguya exilis