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13 Possible Causes for wrasse

  • Fish Poisoning

    Abstract An outbreak of ciguatera fish poisoning in outer Melbourne in September 1997 was traced to a 16.2 kg Maori Wrasse fish imported into Victoria from Trunk Reef in Queensland[] […] heat-stable, polycyclic toxins produced by dinoflagellates, accumulate through the food chain and concentrate in various carnivorous fish, such as groupers, barracudas, wrasses[] However, other fish such as the coral trout, red snapper, donu, parrot fish, grouper, Spanish mackerel, red emperor, wrasse, reef cod, sturgeon fish, trevally and moray eel[]

  • Scuba Diving

    Learn basic diving skills and then meet our sharks, napoleon wrasse, colourful angel fish and butterflies amidst the ruins of Atlantis.[] Big-Eye Snapper, Oriental Sweetlips, Common Porcupinefish, Variegated Lizardfish, Trumpetfish, Ornate Ghost Pipefish, Clark's Anemonefish, Gold-Striped Fusilier, Cleaner Wrasse[]

  • Furunculosis

    Furunculosis was generally considered a disease of salmonids, but many other species have been shown to be susceptible including eel, bass, perch, carp, cod, turbot and wrasse[]

  • Scopion Fish Sting

    East Atlantic Peacock Wrasse Symphodus tinca The wrasses are some of the most colourful fishes in the Mediterranean and the peacock wrasse was one of the inspirations for[] Five-spotted Wrasse Symphodus roissali The five-spotted wrasse is quite common in shallow, coastal waters.[] As with the wrasses, they are often difficult to tell one from another.[]

  • Ciguatera Poisoning

    The Ministry of Health warns that other fish such as the coral trout, red snapper, parrot fish, grouper, Spanish mackerel, wrasse, reef cod and moray eel may also cause ciguatera[] Enquiries by Queensland Health Department established that the 16.2 kg Maori Wrasse served at the banquet had been caught off Trunk Reef in Queensland.[] When snorkelling or SCUBA diving you can often hear various wrasse and surgeon fish chewing into coral, they are eating the algae from the coral.[]

  • Catfish Sting

    […] fish; pesce diavolo devil-fish; pesce di fondo ground-fish; pesce di mare sea-fish; pesce di scoglio rock-fish; pesce di Tobia lance, sand-eel, sand lance; pesce donzella wrasse[] […] ragno sting-fish, weever, weever-fish; pesce rampante climbing fish, climbing perch; pesce rana frog-fish; pesce rasoio razor-fish; pesce re king mackerel; pesce regina wrasse[] […] puffer, puffer-fish, swell-fish; pesce pappagallo scar-fish, scar, parrot-fish, scaroid; pesce paradiso paradise-fish; pesce persico vedi persico 2 ; pesce pettine cleaver wrasse[]

  • Dynamite Poisoning

    From small collection centres scattered among remote islands each of these outposts gathers an average of 250 tons of Napoleon wrasse and grouper to meet the demand of their[] During the first eight months of 1995, a catch of 2,530 tons of live groupers and humphead wrasses worth over 180 million were exported to Hong Kong and Taiwan.[] Customers at the Fook lam Moon restaurant in Hong Kong's Tsim Sha Tsuo pay 369 for a large fresh wrasse plucked from a restaurant tank.[]

  • Sea Anemone Sting

    There are even a few other species of fish and inverts that live with anemones to a greater or lesser extent, including the blunt-headed wrasse (Thalassoma amblycephalum)[] Predators include other damselfishes, wrasses, and at night, brittle stars.[]

  • Scombroid Fish Poisoning

    Avoid eating large warm water ocean fish such as coral trout, Spanish mackerel, red emperor, wrasse, reef cod, sturgeon fish, trevally and kingfish.[] […] than 400 species of fish, particularly large, carnivorous reef fish such as barracuda, grouper, moray eel, parrot fish, red snapper, surgeon fish, trigger fish, amberjack, wrass[]

  • Sea Cucumber Poisoning

    It could also be them being picked on by something in the tank, maybe a wrasse of some sort or a crab. 05/12/2010, 08:40 AM # 3 Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2002 Location[] The disease has been linked primarily to large carnivorous reef fish (such as barracuda, grouper, moray eel, parrot fish, red snapper, surgeonfish, triggerfish, amberjack, wrasse[]

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