Aim: To characterize and identify vibrios present in wild and cultured juvenile snappers Lutjanus guttatus in northwestern Mexico. Methods and results: Spotted rose snapper juveniles were collected at four localities in northwestern Mexico. Bacteria were isolated from external lesions, kidney, liver, and spleen from cultured and wild caught organisms. Nearly
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Aim: To characterize and identify vibrios present in wild and cultured juvenile snappers Lutjanus guttatus in northwestern Mexico. Methods and results: Spotted rose snapper juveniles were collected at four localities in northwestern Mexico.
Bacteria were isolated from external lesions, kidney, liver, and spleen from cultured and wild caught organisms. Nearly Species and genera identified were Photobacterium damselae subsp. Conclusions: A wide diversity of vibrios was found in the external lesions and internal organs of both wild and cultured spotted rose snapper juveniles. In total, 12 species of vibrios and four potential new species were identified. Significance and impact of the study: This is the first study on the vibrios present in the spotted rose snapper and therefore might serve as a basis for future studies and diagnosis.
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Species: Lutjanus guttatus, Spotted rose snapper
More on author: Steindachner. Short description Morphology Morphometrics Dorsal spines total : 10; Dorsal soft rays total : ; Anal spines : 3; Anal soft rays : 8. Preopercular notch and knob weak. Scale rows on back rising obliquely above the lateral line. Pale crimson on side, often with silvery sheen of horizontal rows of bluish spots; belly golden yellow.
Vibrios of the Spotted Rose Snapper Lutjanus Guttatus Steindachner, 1869 From Northwestern Mexico