Protozoan Parasites of Fishes, Volume 26 (Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science)

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CLM includes long-form articles, events listings, publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters. Exceptional customer service Get specialist help and advice. Newsletter Google 4. Additionally, Silva et al. Fresh-mounted smears can be observed in light microscope. According to Davies et al. Cyrilia and Haemogregarina are both characterized by the presence of an intra-erythrocytic merogony phase in fish host, while in Desseria spp. According to Eiras b the degree of the lesions are variable. As for example, E.

Up to now, Eimeria sp. Nyctotherus Leidy, and Rhynchodinium paradoxum Cunha et Penido, Ciliated Nyctotherus is present in digestive tract of insects, amphibians and fishes. Great macronucleus, triangular and located at the anterior end of the body. According to Thatcher , these protozoans do not cause severe pathology and can be considered as endocommensals EIRAS, a.

In Brazil, it was observed in P. Rhynchodinium paradoxum shows elongated and cylinder-shaped body, bean-shaped macronucleus located at the anterior end of the body. Tetrahymena is considered an important pathogenic agent to ornamental freshwater fish where it may cause severe mortalities BRUNO et al.

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This protozoan has a pear-shaped body covered by a row of cilia, besides macronucleus and micronucleus. According to Bruno et al. Cutaneous infestation by Tetrahymena causes scaleness, whitish lesions on the skin and opportunistic secondary infection by bacteria. It can also be found in the swimbladder, liver, spleen, blood, kidney, and heart of hosts FOIN, These parasites present a monoxenic life cycle; the pear-shaped trophozoites change to spherical before cellular division WOO, Several protozoan parasites of fishes have been reported in national territory, as a result of efforts of Brazilian researchers from different localities.

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Nevertheless, unpublished data of the present authors indicate that much more observations are yet to be reported as shown in Figure Colour black indicates previous reports; colour red indicates unpublished data from the present authors. The use of chemicals in order to control protozoan parasites can be, sometimes, difficult to administer, costly, not completely efficient and even environmentally hazardous.

Dozens of protocols used in many other countries for tropical and temperate fishes have been adapted to fish farms in Brazil with no scientific criteria. In fact, if applied erroneously, it may cause environmental degradation such as impairment of water quality pH and dissolved oxygen alterations can lead to great fish mortality , besides the fact that several chemoterapeutics employed are corrosive, carcinogenic or even explosive. Nevertheless, in field practices it is usually observed low knowledge when employing these techniques.

Prophylactic measurements or immunoprophylaxis adopted in the fish farms and ornamental industry are important tools to minimize the effects of parasitism and to estimulate the fish immune system MARTINS et al. In order to control outbreaks of diseases in fish farms it is fundamental to first characterize carefully the hygienic-sanitary state of the facility. The use of chemotherapeutics cannot be linked only when an outbreak of mortality occurs, in which treatment is employed as a rescue measure to reduce the economic losses. Such products must be applied strategically in each rearing phases in order to have the best fish response, with lowest environmental impact and safety to the operating person.

In these farms, transmission of diseases from the broodstock to eggs, larvae and fingerlings deserves special attention. Efforts to control diseases must be concentrated on these units, which represent the beginning of the production cycle. In tilapia hatcheries where the eggs are collected from the mouth, it may be necessary to disinfect them before storage in incubators. The use of Chloramine-T is an efficient measure for disinfecting eggs against viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites found in this process. It is important to assure that water will circulate inside a mechanical filtration system with the aid of an acrylic filter mat.

In this case, it is worth mentioning that the use of activated carbon elements or other substances with adsorption effects is not recommended, since they could kidnap the molecule of the drug used for disinfection. Adequate management include not handling fish when abiotic factors such as water temperature and pH are exceeding limits generally considered safe for the fish species, avoid translocation of fingerlings from one place to another without proper care, always use good quality feeds, monitor regularly the quality of the water entering the farm, avoid water sharing among ponds and disinfect fish handling equipment.

After that, it is necessary to adopt other measures of biosecurity to ensure larvae remain free of parasites during subsequent rearing phases. For such, it is important to sectorize fish farm facilities, thus delimitating areas for equipments and for passage of employees. Other important measures to avoid disease dissemination include preventing entry of wild fish in the farm this can be done using screens in the water supply canal , implementing sanitary barriers such as cleaning and disinfecting ponds, using a quarantine tank, depurating fish before transport and using wetlands in the water supply canal.

Wetlands macrophytes such as Eichhornia spp. Figure 12 can be considered an efficient tool to contain dispersion of resistant forms of parasites, such as eggs and resistent cysts into the farm, as well as to provide a huge surface area for attached microbial growth. However, one must establish a routine for renewal of these aquatic plants so that the saturation capacity of retention of particles in its submerged roots does not occurs.

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To this end, it must be performed the removal of adult plants, or under the senescent stage, every 15 to 45 days, varying according to the season and the amount of suspended material in the water. After storage of fingerlings in a farm destinated to fish fattening, the use of sanitary measures may be expensive and sometimes operationally difficult.

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Similar to that found in industrial pig and poultry farming, young fish should be sent to growing units in a good health status and possibly vaccinated, minimizing thus parasite hazard to an acceptable level. It must be emphasized that it is complex to achieve fish completely negative for parasites and so prophylaxis and best management practices are the best ways of achieving adequate health status of farmed fish BOYD et al.

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