Do the other fish have increased breathing movements?

Choose one of the following:

Gill worms, Dactylogyrus, monogenetic flukes

  • rapid breathing
  • splayed gill covers
  • apathy
  • loss of color

Gill rot (Branchiomyces)

  • the fish become lethargic
  • the fish seem to suffocate and desperately try to swallow the air from the water surface
  • the gills look faded, having alternating areas with necrosis and with healthy tissues
  • the skin color becomes bluish due to hypoxia

Swelling and inflammation of the gills

  • swelling and inflammation of the gills