Dermal parasites on coral reef fish
In 2013 Dr. Martin de Graaf from IMARES noted an unusually high number of coral reef fish at the Salt Pier on Bonaire, infected with dermal parasites. Similar observations of coral reef fish on Curaçao revealed rates of infection almost ten times as high as those recorded for Belize and Mexico.
This news article was published in BioNews 18.
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