Subject: AW: [RML] [Fwd: [Rainbowfish] Fw: [Aqua-culture] News on Koi virus]
harro.hieronimus at t-online.de
Date: Tue Dec 21 2004 - 04:08:39 CST
KHV is a very serious disease which caused Koi keepers and professional
carp breeders already millions of $$$. It is a Herpes virus and works
between 15 and 32 °C. If once heated above 32 °C, infected carp will
become carrier and infect other carp while not becoming ill themselves.
Until today only carp are infected, no other fish. However, as we don’t
even fight the Herpes virus in men I don’t think we can fight it in
carps and should be very careful with it.
Von: Julie Zeppieri
Gesendet: Dienstag, 21. Dezember 2004 00:15
An: r_m_l at yahoogroups.com
Betreff: RE: [RML] [Fwd: [Rainbowfish] Fw: [Aqua-culture] News on Koi
Is this anything like Carp Pox? Sorry, but I am not "up" on all the
However, I DO know that carp pox can be spread to other fish in an
since I have seen large plecos succumb to it. If plecs can get it, then
would think other species can, too. Scary to relaese this into the wild
where we know even less about what our natives can and can't contract.
>From: Andrew Boyd <andrew_db at bigpond.com>
>Reply-To: r_m_l at yahoogroups.com
>To: r_m_l at yahoogroups.com
>Subject: [RML] [Fwd: [Rainbowfish] Fw: [Aqua-culture] News on Koi
>Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2004 07:05:21 +1100
>another email forwarded from the old address.
>Business Development Manager
>Daily Basis P/L
>Phone 02 6282 9797 or 02 4885 1357
>Mobile 0412 641 074
>Email andrew at dailybasis.com.au
>or andrew_db at bigpond.com
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