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Reported diseases caused by Parasite in fishes

S.No. Fish name Pathogen/Parasite Disease Affected organ Location Report/Reference
1 Catla catla Myxobolus bhadrensis Muscle, Kidney Meerut, UP in 2015 Székely, C., G. Cech, A. Chaudhary, R. Borzák, H.S. Singh and K. Molnár, 2015. Myxozoan infections of the three Indian major carps in fish ponds around Meerut, UP, India, with descriptions of three new species, Myxobolus basuhaldari sp. n., M. kalavatiae
2 Catla catla Myxobolus sp. Gills, Kidney, Gall bladder Washim, Maharashtra in 2010-14 Somatkar, J.R. and D.S. Dabhade, 2017. Histopathological effect of myxobolus on Indian major carp, Catla catla collected from Washim, Maharashtra. International Journal of Applied Research, 98-99.
3 Catla catla Paradactylogyrus catlaius Gills Mahukhanda, Odisha in 2014 Rana, N. and B.K. Das, 2016. Morphometric and molecular identification of Paradactylogyrus catlaius (Thapar 1948) in Catla catla (Hamilton 1822). Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 40(1): 36–40.
4 Catla catla Trichodina heterodentata Gills, Fins, Skin Jammu and Kashmir in 2014 Tantry, T.A., R. Nazir, M.Z. Chishti, F. Ahmad, G.H. Dar and J.S. Dar, 2016. A report on the incidence of Trichodina heterodentata from fishes of Jammu, J&K India. Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 40(2): 524-527.
5 Channa punctata Henneguya chaudhuryi Gills Meerut, Uttar Pradesh in 2014 Chaudhary, A., K. Molnár, A. Gupta, G. Cech, H.S. Singh and C. Székely, 2017. Redescription of Henneguya chaudhuryi (Bajpai & Haldar, 1982) (Myxosporea: Myxobolidae), infecting the gills of the freshwater fish Channa punctata (Bloch) (Perciformes: Chann
6 Cirrhinus mrigala Myxobolus, Thelohanellus,Henneguya, Triangula (1) Myxozoanosis skin, gill Punjab, India in 2017 4. Myxozoan parasitic infestation of aquaculture fishes in Punjab, India Anu Katoch Punjabi University Patiala, India. J Bacteriol Parasitol, an open access journal. Volume 8, Issue 3 (Suppl). ISSN: 2155-9597
7 Cirrhinus mrigala Thelohanelluss,Ichthyophthi rius multifilisErgasilus sp.,Myxobolussp.,Chilodonellasp.Lerneasp. Trichodinasp, Dactylogyrussp.,D.Stages Argulussp. mixed parasitic infection skin, gill West Bengal, India in . Prevalence of Parasitic Diseases of Indian Major Carps in Selected Districts of West Bengal, India G. Vijaysundardeva1,2*, Gadadhar Dash2 , Kurva Raghu Ramudu3 , T.J. Abraham2 and K.U. Shyam. Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci (2018) 7(6): 2784-2805
8 Clarias batrachus Myxobolus awadhii sp Gills River Gomti and Kaisarbagh fish market of Lucknow in Fariya, N., Abidi, R., & Chauhan, U. K. (2018). Description of new myxozoan parasite Myxobolus awadhii sp. nov from the gills of freshwater catfish Clarias batrachus Linn. Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 1-6.
9 Clarias batrachus Saprolegnia parasitica, S.diclina, Achlya Americana, Saprolegnia ferax, Achlya prolifera, Fusarium sp, Aspergillus niger Saprolegniasis Skin, fins, gills, eyes of the fish and complete fish eggs Kolleru Lake, Andhra Pradesh in 2013-2014 Mastan, S. A., & Ahmad, M. O. (2018). Observations on saprolegnia infection in freshwater fishes of Lake Kolleru. International journal of fisheries and aquatic studies, 6(1): 102-105.
10 Labeo rohita Argulus sp Argulosis Abnormal swimming, excessive mucus production, fin erosion and slight hemorrhage; (SKIN & FIN) South Andaman, India in 1016 Saravanan, K., Praveenraj, J., Sivaramakrishnan, T., & Sankar, R. K. (2017). First report on the outbreak of Argulus sp.(Crustacea: Branchiura) at a carp seed farm from Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India.
11 Labeo rohita Chilodonella and Argulus Gasping air, pale skin colour, sluggish swimming, increase of mucus production Jammu and Kashmir in 2013-2014 Dar, S. A., Chishti, M. Z., Kaur, H., & Dar, G. H. (2014). Parasites of some fishes (Labeo rohita and Schizothorax niger) of Jammu and Kashmir in India. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture, 6(9), 104-107.
12 Labeo rohita Myxozoan, ciliophoran, monogenean and crustacean Gill, body, and tail fin Nadia and Hooghly district of West Bengal in 2008–2009 Banerjee, S., & Bandyopadhyay, P. K. (2010). Observation on prevalence of ectoparasites in carp fingerlings in two districts of West Bengal. Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 34(1), 44-47.
13 Labeo rohita Thelohanellus caudatus Caudal fin Garia, South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal in 2013 Anjan, M., Sayani, B., Avijit, P., Harresh, A., Raghu, R. K., Gadadhar, D., ... & Jawahar, A. T. (2014). Molecular and morphometric characterization of Thelohanellus caudatus (Myxosporea: Myxobolidae) infecting the caudal fin of Labeo rohita (Hamilton). P
14 Labeo rohita Thelohanellus dykovi sp. Gill filament Nanoki located in Patiala district, Punjab in 2013 Kaur, H., Dar, S. A., & Katoch, A. (2014). Thelohanellus dykovi sp. nov.(Myxozoa: Bivalvulidae), a pathogenic gill parasite in cultured Indian major carp, Labeo rohita (Hamilton 1822) in Punjab (India). Species, 10(23), 24-30.
15 Lates calcarifer Cirolana fluviatilis Fingerlings (muscle) Kochi, Kerala in 2007 Sanil, N.K.,P.A. Vikas, T.B. Ratheesh, K.C. George, and K.K. Vijayan, 2009. Mortalities caused by the crustacean isopod, Cirolana fluviatilis, in tropical, cage-cultured Asian seabass, Lates calcarifer: a case study from the southwest coast of India. Aqua
16 Lates calcarifer Cymothoa indica Larvae Chennai, TN in 2005 Rajkumar, M., P. Perumal and J.P. Trilles, 2005. Cymothoa indica (Crustacea, Isopoda, Cymothoidae) parasitizes the cultured larvae of the Asian seabass Lates calcarifer under laboratory conditions. Diseses of Aquatic Organisms, 66(1):87-90.
17 Lates calcarifer Diplectanum latesi Larvae Chennai, Tamil Nadu in 2000 Rajendran K.V., A.K. Thirunauvkkarasu and T.C. Santiago 2000. Mortality of captive sea bass, Lates calcarifer (Bloch) due to monogenetic parasite, Diplectanum latesi (Tripathi, 1957). Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics, 15:199-206.
18 Mystus gulio Caryophyllidea lytocestidae Intestine Aurangabad District in 2009-2010 Jawale, S., & Borde, S. (2011). New species of the genus Lytocestus (Caryophyllidea lytocestidae) from catfish in Aurangabad dist (MS), India. International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, 1(8).
19 Mystus gulio Cymothoa indica Buccal cavity filled with excessive mucus. Reddening of muscles around the site of infection and intense darkening of the body Vellar estuary (11° 29’ N, 79° 49’ E) on the southeast coast of India in 2003 Rajkumar, M., Perumal, P., & Trilles, J. P. (2005). First record of Cymothoa indica (Crustacea, Isopoda, Cymothoidae) infecting the cultured catfish Mystus gulio in India. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 65(3), 269-272.
20 Pangasius pangasius Ichthyophthirius multifiliis Ichthyophthiriasis White spots on the skin and gills, and discolouration of blood in the diseased fish Maithon Reservoir, Jharkhand in 2015 Kumar, V., Roy, S., Sarkar, U. K., & Das, A. K. (2018). Occurrence of Ichthyophthiriasis in Pangasianodon hypophthalmus (Sauvage, 1878) Cultured in Net-Cages of Maithon Reservoir, Jharkhand, India. National Academy Science Letters, 41(5), 275-278.
21 Pangasius pangasius Thaparocleidus caecus and T. siamensis Gills Aquarium market of Lucknow & fish farms at Barabanki in Tripathi, A., Rajvanshi, S., & Agrawal, N. (2014). Monogenoidea on exotic Indian freshwater fishes. 2. Range expansion of Thaparocleidus caecus and T. siamensis (Dactylogyridae) by introduction of striped catfish Pangasianodon hypophthalmus (Pangasiidae).
22 Rachycentron canadum Argulus quadristriatus Argulosis skin, gill Chennai, India in 3. First Report on Infection of Argulus quadristriatus (Arthropoda: Crustacea: Branchiura) on Marine Fish Cobia in Brood Stock Pond Culture R. Subburaj1 • B. A. Venmathi Maran2 • A. R. T. Arasu1 • M. Kailasam1 • S. Elangeshwaran1 • Prem Kumar1 • G. Thiaga