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In my experience, gestation has been shorter, with symptoms occurring at
about the same time as maturity in Cynolebias (about two months), but you are
right that it could be quite a bit longer. My point was only to suggest a
means by which Glugea might be further incriminated, not to suggest a way to
get rid of the disease. The only way I know to wipe it out is to sterilize
everything, tanks, nets, the works, with bleach. That only some fish were
affected and not others would support a diagnosis of Glugea, as they appear
to be rather specific. But I still lean toward overfeeding.
Robert J. Goldstein, Ph.D.
Robert J. Goldstein & Associates, Inc.
8480 Garvey Drive
Raleigh, NC 27616 USA
tel (919) 872-1174
fax (919) 872-9214
e-mail rgoldstein at rjgaCarolina_com
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