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Source: Diane Eastman 2008
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Source: Hatfield Consultants 2009
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Enlarged cell growth typical of Lymphocystis on a white sucker.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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Dermal sarcoma is a disease which causes growths only on walleye
Source: DFO 1999
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An example of a lake whitefish with lesions (sores) on its body (see arrow).
Source: DFO 1999
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An example of a northern pike with lymphosarcoma; a type of lesion caused by a virus.
Source: DFO 1999
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Healed wounds may create a different scale pattern.
Source: DFO 1999
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Wound on the head of a burbot.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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An example of a fish with 'Popeye'
Source: DFO 1999
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An example of a lake whitefish with a stunted or 'truncate' body.
Source: DFO 1999
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An example of a longnose sucker with scoliosis.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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An example of a goldeye captured in the Athabasca oil sands region that does not have pelvic fins (see arrow).
Source: Souce: DFO 1999
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It is common for fish to have lice (see arrow). Fish lice are often found behind the fins.
Source: DFO 1999
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An example of black spots from the parasite Uvulifer ambloplitis on a white sucker.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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Tagging a fish with a telemetry tag.
Source: DFO 1999
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A tagged Northern Pike
Source: DFO 1999
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Source: Hatfield Consultants 2009
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Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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The Athabasca River.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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The Athabasca River basin.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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