Isolation and culture in artificial media of Lagenidium from Penaeus monodon larvae
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Fungal infection of P. monodon larvae is a problem in hatchery operations. The fungus, which attacks the nauplius to postlarval stages and causes up to 100% mortality, has been tentatively identified as belonging to the genus Lagenidium. This pathogenic organism has recently been isolated and cultured. A description is given of the fungus, and features of its biology and pathology are discussed.
Suggested CitationBaticados, M. C. L., Po, G. L., Lavilla, C. R., & Gacutan, R. Q. (1977). Isolation and culture in artificial media of Lagenidium from Penaeus monodon larvae.