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Re: [Killietalk] Disease pt2
Oh and forgot to add this:
Some types of killies seem resistant to wasting, and I'm curious if every
elses experience is the same:
Very Resistant: Chromaphyosemions, fundulopanchax (most), epiplatys,
Semi-resistant: FP.gardneri, amieti, scripts, simpsonicthys,
At risk: filamentousa, cinnamamomeus, australe, A.Ahli, congicum,
austrolebias, notho's, striatum
Not resistant: ottogardneri, cognatum, margintum, elegans, decorsei (worst)
Basically, I've never observed any chromaphyosemion "waste" (out of many,
many dozens of examples), same for most large FP's & Epi's
...the semi-resistant group: I've witnessed 1-2 individuals, per year(s)
...the at risk group seems confined to stressed individuals (females, small
males, et)...out of a batch of juvies, perhaps a few passing to adulthood,
...the not resistant group: I've lost entire batches within a few months,
starting with the females, ending with the alpha male...always the same fish
species, and usually following a population boom/slight crowding...
Still, that's "relative", and against over a few hundreds of fish, perhaps
hardly an "epidemic"
Dunno if that data helps or adds confusion
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