By P. T. K. Woo
This booklet is the 1st of 3 on fish illnesses and problems. This quantity offers a entire overview of the foremost ailments of fish brought on by protozoan and metazoan parasites. Written through top foreign experts, it really is geared toward zoologists and veterinary parasitologists, in addition to these fascinated about useful aquaculture and fish farming. additional volumes (on viral, bacterial and fungal infections, and on non-infectious problems) are deliberate for ebook in 1996.
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Extra info for Fish Diseases and Disorders: Volume 1: Protozoan and Metazoan Infections
In turn, Je˛drzej Świe˛cicki’s 1634 description of Mazowsze (historically Mazovia) only makes reference to bison in the context of the River Szkwa (Skwa), which is to say the area of today’s Puszcza Kurpiowska forest complex. The westernmost limit of occurrence is given there as the River Omulew—which empties into the Narew near Ostrołe˛ka (Sztolcman 1926). Today’s Lithuania certainly retained bison to the end of the 18th century, the area in question being part of Prussia at the time. The last bison in East Prussia was killed in 1775.
This is a further indication that the true condition of the bison living in the Forest in the early 20th century was poor. The occasional remarks on beasts of huge weights and dimensions would therefore seem to have been founded on nothing more than subjective assessments. 11 The silhouette of an adult female (a cow). Illustration by Barton´ Bo At birth, a calf’s trunk is short and tall. It is only in the 8–10 months of life that those proportions undergo change, such that the thorax becomes as long as it is high.
Zablocky (1912–1996) was the pioneer of work to reinstate European bison in the former Soviet Union. It was from the Prioksko-Terrasnyj Central Bison Reserve, that he directed, where most of the bison for the newly created free-ranging populations in this area derived. 11 The European Bison Pedigree Book is the world’s oldest publication documenting the population of an endangered species. A European bison entered on the register receives a pedigree number that is a kind of certificate confirming the place of origin and pedigree data upon Jan Raczyn´ski provided for better organisation and the regular issue of volumes from 1987 onwards.