Plate 6. (p. 39) Fungal infections: a. Saprolegnial hyphae and sporangia, skin of Oreochromis aureus × niloticus, Israel. b. Branchiomyces infection in carp gills, Israel (by courtesy of S. Sarig). c. Ichthyophonus bodies in gill tissue of Mugil cephalus, S. Africa. d. Ichthyophonus granuloma in spleen of M. cephalus, S. Africa. e–k. Visceral granuloma caused by Dermocystidium-like organisms in goldfish, Israel. e, Giemsa stained organisms in a smear and f,g, live, viewed by Nomarski microscopy. h. Transmission electron microscopic view.
Plate 7. (below) Fungal infections continued: i-j, histological sections of granulomata in the kidney, C, necrotic core, E, epitheloid and fibroblast envelope, p, parasites at the periphery of the lesion, arrows, single and multiple parasite bodies. I,m. Granuloma with Dermocystidium-like organisms in livers of Oreochromis aurea × niloticus, Israel (Figures e,f,g, photographed by J.H. Landsberg).
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