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Reticulata) were then successfully infected with germ-free dinospores. The parasites completed at least one full life cycle on the host fish and were serially passaged up to six times. In some cases, the parasites on gnotobiotic larvae continued to grow and reproduce long after the host had died. This suggests that factors other than death of the host per se are responsible for the parasite normally leaving the host. Rapid exodus from a dead host is common among other fish ectoparasites (Hoffmann, 1967).
We thank I. Meneses and Y. Stratoudakis (Instituto de Investigação das Pescas e do Mar (IPIMAR), Portugal) and A. W. Litaker (Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research, National Ocean Service, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, Beaufort, North Carolina) for reviewing a draft of the manuscript. References Aiello, P. and D’Alba, A. (1986) Amyloodinium ocellatum infestation in yellowtail, Seriola dumerili, intensively reared in Sicily, Italy. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 6, 110–111.
1993) for the most recent overviews of parasitic dinoflagellate taxonomy. Oodinid dinoflagellates Oodinids presently include the ectoparasites Amyloodinium Brown and Hovasse, 1946 (A. ocellatum (Brown, 1931) Brown and Hovasse, 1946), Piscinoodinium Lom, 1981 (P. pillulare (Schäperclaus, 1951) Lom 1981), P. limneticum (Jacobs, 1946) Lom, 1981 and Crepidoodinium Lom and Lawler, 1981 (C. virginicum Lom, 1981, C. australe Lom, Rohde and Dykova, 1993). 2). Fish-pathogenic oodinids were originally classified in the genus Oodinium; however, important differences recognized by Brown and Hovasse (1946) and Lom and colleagues (Lom, 1981) justified their separation into different genera.