Ayu (Plecoglossus altivelis): Anorexia, poor growth, high mortality, ataxia, hemorrhagic eyes, exophthalmia, fin and epithelial hemorrhages, congested head (Kanazawa, 1991).
Red sea bream (Pagrus major): Poor growth, mortality (Yone, 1975; Yano et al., 1988).
Eel (Anguilla japonica): Poor growth, abnormal swimming behavior, skin lesions (Arai et al., 1972).
Barramundi (Lates calcarifer): Anorexia; reduced feed efficiency, weight gain and survival; dark coloration; abnormal swimming; hemorrhagic operculum; eroded pelvic fin; clubbed gills (Boonyaratpalin and Wanakowat, 1993).
Yellowtail (Seriola quinqueradiata): Blue coloration, clubbed gills, rapid death (Shimeno, 1991).
Gilthead seabream (Sparus auratus): Reduced growth, increased mortality, degeneration of the pancreas (Morris et al., 1995).
Common carp (Cyprinus carpio): Anorexia, reduced growth, sluggishness, anemia, skin hemorrhage, exophthalmia (Ogino, 1967).
Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus): Anorexia; clubbed gills; eroded skin, lower jaws and head; anemia (Dupree, 1966; Murai and Andrews, 1975, 1979; Wilson et al., 1983).
Walking catfish (Clarias batrachus): Anorexia, reduced growth, high mortality, clubbed gills, hemorrhage under the skin, fragile fins, edema, eroded barbels, rapid breathing, swelling at base of pectoral fins, pale gills and liver (Butthep et al., 1985).
Tilapia (Oreochromis aureus): Exudated gills, fusion of gill filaments and lamellae, hemorrhages in the fins and tail, fin erosion, sluggishness, anorexia, increased mortality (Roem et al., 1991; Soliman and Wilson, 1992a).
Mexican mojarra (Cichlasoma urophthalmus): Anorexia, high mortality, rapid breathing, dark coloration, distended operculae, slight exophthalmia, hemorrhage on fins and head (eyes), interlamellar lesions, including fusion of adjacent filaments (Chavez de Martinez et al., 1990).
Japanese parrot fish (Oplegnthus faciatus): Anorexia and reduced growth (Ikeda et al., 1988).
Tiger puffer (Takifugu rubripes): Anorexia, high mortality, lethargy (Kato et al., 1994).